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Holy Trinity Parish, Christ Church. Register, July, 1643–Feb. 1668, with extracts from the parish books, 1664–68; edited by R. Caulfield. Cork, 1877. 8°.
Queen's College, Cork. [Annual] Report of the President for the session of 1889/90, 1896/97– 1902/3. With appendices. Dublin: A. Thom &" Co., 1889–1903. 8°. C.–8627. Correspondence and communications in possession of the Irish government relative to the burning of the Queen's College, Cork. 2 pts. 1864. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
— Report on Queen's College, Cork, for 1896–97, on the importance of establishing chairs for scientific teaching of Celtic and of agriculture. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
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Don EGAL. Gwynn (Stephen). Highways and byways in Donegal and Antrim. With illustrations by H. Thomson. London: Macmillan & Co., 1899. 3 p.l., ix–xvi, 319 pp., I map, I pl. 8°. Report of commissioners on the destitution alleged to exist in the Gweedore and Cloughaneely district of Donegal, 1858. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Donnybrook. Blacker (Rev. Beaver H.) Brief sketches of the parishes of Booterstown, and Donnybrook, in the county of Dublin. With notes and annals. Dublin: G. Herbert, 1874. viii, iii-vi, 7–212, 21., 213-488 pp., 2 pl. 16°. Issued in 4 parts. Part 3 dated 1872. Down. Belfast Naturalists' Field Club. A guide to Belfast and the counties of Down and Antrim. Belfast: McCaw, Stevenson & Orr, 1902. 4 p.l., 286 pp., 3 maps. 12". Claneboye (1. viscount), JAMEs HAMILTON. The Hamilton manuscripts: containing some account of the settlement of the territories of the upper Clandeboye, Great Ardes, and Dufferin, in the county of Down, in the reigns of James I. and Charles I. ; with memoirs... Printed from the original mss., and edited by T. K. Lowry. With appendixes... Belfast: Archer & Sons [pref. j. viii, 166, 11., cvi pp. sq. 8°. Down and Connor Church Accommodation Society. Fourth and final report, adopted at a general meeting, held on the 19th January, 1843...account of the different churches, towards the building of which the committee have given assistance; treasurer's accounts; and list of subscribers. pl. Belfast: The Society, 1843. 8°. Reeves (W.) Ecclesiastical antiquities of Down, Connor, and Dromore, consisting of a taxation of those dioceses, compiled in the year 1306... Dublin, 1847. 8°. Topographical (A) and chorographical survey of the County of Down. Including some part of the natural and civil history. London repr.: T. Boreman, 1711. 56 pp. 12°. Drogheda. Barnard (Nicholas). The whole proceedings of the siege of Drogheda. Dublin: S. Hyde, 1736. 41., xix, IoT pp. 4°. Evidence before committee on the Drogheda election petition. With index, 1857. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Evidence at the trial of the Drogheda petition, 1869. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Tichborne (Sir Henry). Letter to his lady, of the siege of Drogheda, and other passages of the wars of Ireland, where he commanded. [Drogheda, 1641 ?] 12°.
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— Reports and printed documents of the Corporation of Dublin, 1879–1886. Dublin, 1880–87. 8°.
— Charter. The great charter of the liberties of the city of Dublin, transcribed and translated into English; with explanatory notes... By C. Lucas... Dublin: /. Esdall, pror., 1749. vi, xliv, 31, 36 pp. 8°. Metropolitan Police Department. Instruction book for the Dublin... police. Revised by... John Ward. Dublin: A. Thom, pror., 1865. xi, 305 pp. clo. 8°. — A return showing the amount raised by means of police rate for the maintenance of the Dublin Metropolitan Police for the years ending 31st day of December, 1852, 31st day of December, 1872, 31st day of December, 1892, and 31st day of March, 1902... Dublin: A. Thom & Co., ltd., prtr., 1902. 3 pp. f*. — Statistical tables of the Dublin metropolitan police for the year 1896–1903. Dublin, 1897–1904. f*.
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— Public Health Committee. Report (23, 29– 30, 33–34) upon the state of public health and the sanitary work in Dublin. Also annual report upon analysis and inspection of food (1884, 1890–91, 1894–95, 1900). Dublin, 1885–1901. 8°.
— Sheriffs and Commons. Proceedings. . . in the years 1742 and 1743. With the several reports and messages, passed between them and the Lord Mayor and Board of Aldermen, relating to certain controverted matters in the city. Dublin. J. Esdall, pror., 1744. 199 pp. pap. 8”.
All Saints (Priory of) Dublin. Registrum Prioratus omnium Sanctorum juxta Dublin. Edited from a manuscript . . . with additions from other sources, and notes, by the Rev. Richard Butler. [Latin | Dublin: The Irish Archaeological Society, 1845. 2 p.l., lxxi, 151 pp., I pl. 4°. (The Irish Archaeological Society.)
Archer (Joseph). Statistical survey of the County Dublin, with observations on the means of improvement drawn up for the consideration, and by order of the Dublin Society. Dublin. Graisberry & Campbell, 1801. ix, II-13 pp., 4 l., 276 pp., 41., I map. 8°.
Bernard (J. H.) The cathedral Church of Saint Patrick. A history and description of the
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Butt (Isaac). Irish corporation bill; speech at bar of House of Lords, in defence of the city of Dublin. London, 1840. 8°.
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Christ Church. The book of obits and martyrology of the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ Church, Dublin. Edited . . . by John Clarke Crosthwaite, with an introduction by James Henthorn Todd. [Latin.] Dublin: The Irish Archaeological Society, 1844. ciii, 258, lxiii pp. 4°. (The Irish Archaelogical Society.)
D'Alton (John). of Dublin. 942 pp. 8”.
— The memoirs of the Archbishops of Dublin. Dublin: Hodges & Smith, 1838. 2 p.l., 492 pp. 8°.
Dublin (The) Almanac and general register of Ireland for . . . 1834 . . . Dublin : Pettigrew & Oulton, 1834. v. p., 1 map. 8°.
Dublin Church Congress. Authorized report of the Congress held . . . Sept. 29, 30, Oct. 1-3, 1868. Dublin, 1868. xvi, 450 pp., I l. 8”.
Dublin delineated in twenty-six views of the principal public buildings, accompanied by concise descriptions . . . with an itinerary, and new plan of the city. . . Dublin: W. F. Wakeman, 1831. 32 pp., I plan, 26 pl. 8°.
Dublin (The) directory; compiled by P. Wilson ... 1802–'07, "oo-'33. Dublin [1801–32]. 16°. (In: Treble (The) almanack... III. 1802-07, '09– '33.)
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Dublin International Exhibition of arts and manufactures, 1865 . . . Official Catalogue. Published by the authority of the executive committee. Dublin: the committee, 1865. xxiv, 186 pp. illus. 4. ed. 8°.
Dublin Naturalists' Field Club. Report and statement of accounts for 1887–89, 1891-92, 1894– 1901. Dublin, 1888–1902. 12°, 8°.
Dublin University. Calendar. (1840, 42, 59–60, 96–1904/5.) Dublin, 1840-1904. 12°.
— A catalogue of graduates who have proceeded to degrees in the University of Dublin, from the earliest recorded commencements to July, 1866; with supplement to December 16, 1868. Dublin: Hodges, Smith, and Foster, 1869. lxix, 656 pp., 11. 8°.
The history of the County Dublin. Hodges & Smith, 1838. viii,
GREAt BRITAIN.—Bublin University Commission. Report of... commissioners... to inquire into the state dicipline, studies, and revenues of the Topography—Dublin, cont'd. University of Dublin, and of Trinity College... with appendices, containing evidence, suggestions, and correspondence [also index]. Dublin: A. Thom, 1853. 2 v. f*. TAYLoR (W. B. S.) History of the University. London, 1845. 8°. Todd (J. H.) University of Dublin. Remarks on some statements attributed to Thomas Wyse... in his speech in Parliament on academical education in Ireland, July 19, 1844. Dublin. Hodge & Smith, 1844. 16 pp. 12°. Trinity College. CHARTA, et statuta collegii sacro-sanctae et individuae Trinitatis Reginae Elizabethae, juxta Dublin. ed. H. H. G. MacDonnell. Dublinii: M. H. Gill, 1844. xv, 405 pp. 8°. Book (The) of Trinity College, Dublin, 1591– 1891. Belfast: M. Ward & Co., 1892. 316 pp. 4°. TERCENTENARY directory. [Dublin, 1892. 55 pp., 2 maps. 8°. Dixon (William Macneile). Trinity College, Dublin. London: F. E. Robinson & Co., 1902. xiii, 2 l., 298 pp., 2 plans, 6 pl., 2 ports. 8°. (College Histories.) REPORT of commissioners on certain matters relating to Trinity College. With evidence and appendix. 1878. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Dutton (Hely). Observations on Mr. Archer's statistical survey of the county of Dublin. [With appendix:—Extracts from Dr. Rutty's Essay towards a natural history of the county of Dublin, printed in the year 1772.] Dublin: Graisberry & Camp&ell, 1802. xxi, 182, 127 pp., 3 maps, 5 pl. 8°. Église (L') françoise de St. Pierre, Dublin. Registers of the French non-conformist churches of Lucy Lane and Peter Street, Dublin. Edited by T. P. Le Fanu. Aberdeen, 1901. xiv, 167 pp. 4". (Huguenot Society of London. Publications, v. 14.) Ferrar (John). A view of ancient and modern Dublin, with its latest improvements. To which is added, a tour to Bellevue, in the county of Wicklow... Dublin: Graisberry & Campbell, 1807. 1 p.l., vii-xvi, 168 pp., 1 map, 3 pl. 2. ed. nar. 12°. Gilbert (John Thomas). Calendar of ancient records of Dublin in the possession of the Municipal Corporation of that city. Dublin, 1889–1903. v. 1Io. (Dublin (City) Municipal Council.)
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Report by Mr. Rogers Field on the sanitary condition of the royal barracks, Dublin, with return to Dec. 1887 of all cases of febrile disease in the Dublin garrison. diagr. 1889–91. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Report, Nov. 1887, by Sir C. A. Cameron, medical officer of health for Dublin, and Dr. Grimshaw, registrar-general, on the prevalence of enteric fever in the royal barracks, Dublin. 4 maps. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
— Report on the Dublin barracks improvement bill. Evidence. 1892. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
— Report of committee on the buildings and site for a royal college of science for Ireland, at Dublin. plan. 1899. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Letters addressed to Parliament, and to the public, in general, on various improvements of the metropolis; which appeared in the Dublin Journal, in December last... By the author; an admirer of general, of useful, and necessary improvements. Dublin. T. Byrne, 1786. 1 p.l., viii, 3–7o, Io pp. 8°.
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Recollections of Dublin Castle and of Dublin society. By a native. Mew York: Brentano's, 1902. 2 p.l., 302 pp., I l. 12°. Royal University of Ireland. 15.-19. Annual report (1896–1900). Dublin, 1897–1901. 8°. Account of receipts and expenditures, 1898/9–99/oo. London . f*. — The calendar, for 1897–1904. Dublin, 1897–1904. 12°. St. Mary's Abbey. Chartularies of S. Mary's Abbey, Dublin: with the register of its house at Dunbrody, and annals of Ireland. Ed. by J. T. Gilbert. London: Longman & Co., 1884. 2 v. 4°. (Chronicles and memorials of Great Britain... no. 8o.) St. Patrick’s Church. See Bernard (J. H.) Some illustrations of the civic and commercial history of Dublin in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. (In: Falkiner (C. L.) Illustrations of Irish history and topography... London, 1904. S". pp. 187—208.) Taylor (W. B. S.) History of the University of Dublin, its origin, progress, and present condition, illustrated by views, buildings, the academic costumes, etc. London, 1845. 8°. Them also: the story of the Dublin Mission... London: J. Misbet & Co., 1866. viii, 272 pp. 2. ed. 16°. Todd (James Henthorn). University of Dubsin. Remarks on some statements attributed to Thomas Wyse... in his speech in Parliament on academical education in Ireland, July 19, 1844. Dublin. Hodges & Smith, 1844. 16 pp. 12°. Trinity College. See above Dublin University. Urwick (William). Independency in Dublin of the olden time; an address... Dublin: /. Aobertson, 1862. 38 pp. 12°. Warburton (J.), Whitelaw (J.), and Walsh (R.) History of the City of Dublin from the Earliest Accounts to the present Time, illus
trated with plates. London, 1818. 2 v. 4°. Willis (Thomas). Facts connected with the social and sanitary condition of the working classes in the city of Dublin, with tables of sickness, medical attendance, deaths, expectation of life, &c., &c.; together with some gleanings from the census returns of 1841. Dublin. T. O'Gorman, 1845. v, 7–59 pp., I map. 8°. Wright (G. N.) An historical guide to the City of Lublin. Edinburgh, 1825. 2. ed. 16°.
Lough Erne drainage scheme. maps and diagrams. 1891. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Otway (C.) Sketches of Erris and Tyrawley, illustrative of the Scenery, Antiquities, Architectural Remains, and the manners and Superstitions of the Irish Peasantry. Dublin, 1850. 12°.
Belmore (4. earl), SoMERSEt Richard LowRY CoRRY. The history of the two Ulster manors of Finagh in the county of Tyrone and Coole, otherwise Manor Atkinson in the County of Fermanagh and of their owners. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1881. xi, 1 l., 384 pp. 8°.
Lough Foyle. Allen (Robert) v. Donnelly (J.), and others. Report of the Lough Foyle fishery case... tried at the Tyrone spring assizes at Omagh, 1856, before the Hon. Baron Pennefather... Reported by W. McLaughlin. London: A. Taylor, 1857. 220 pp. 8°.
Dutton (Hely). A statistical and agricultural survey of the county of Galway, with observations on the means of improvement; drawn up for the consideration and by the direction of the Royal Dublin Society. Dublin: A. Graisberry, 1824. xx, 528, 112 pp. 8°.
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— Contract between the Postmaster-General and the Atlantic Royal Mail Steam Navigation Co., for mail service between Galway and America, 15 July, 1863. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Evidence and judgment on the trial of the Galway election petition. 5 pts. 1872. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) — Correspondence between the Treasury, the Post Office, and the Atlantic Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., from 4. May, 1860, to 13. June, 1861, as to conveyance of mails from Galway to America. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Further report, 1860–1863. (ibid.) Hardiman (James). The history of the town and county of the town of Galway, from the earliest period, to the present time... To which is added a copious appendix, containing the principal charters and other original documents. Dublin: W. Folds & Sons, 1820. xvi, 320, lvi. pp., 2 l., 4 plans, 7 7 pl. 4°. Queen’s College, Galway. Report of the president for the session 1896/'97-1903/4. Dublin. A. Thom & Co., 1897–1904. 8°. — Report of the extraordinary visitation of the Queen's College, Galway, held in Dublin Castle, March, 1870. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Ledwich (Edward). The history and antiquities of Irishtown and Kilkenny from original records and authentic documents. Illustrated with copperplates. Dublin, 1781. (In: Vallancey (C.) Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770– 1787. v. 2, no. 9, pp. 349-562. I map, I pl.)
Cusack (Mary Frances Clare), A history of
the kingdom of Kerry. London, 1871. 8°.
Hickson (Mary Agnes). Selections from Old Kerry records, historical and genealogical, with introductory memoir, notes and appendix. London: Watson & Hazell, 1872–74. 2 v. 12°.
McGillycuddy papers (The). A selection from the family archives of “The McGillycuddy of the Reeks,” with an introductory memoir; being a contribution to the history of the County of Kerry. By W. M. Brady. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1867. xxxiii, 210 pp. 4°.
Smith (Charles). The antient and present state of the county of Kerry. Being a natural, civil... historical and topographical description thereof... Undertaken with the approbation of the PhysicoHistorical Society. Dublin. The author, 1756. xxi, 420 pp., 2 l., 1 map, 4 pl. 8°.
Thompson (Mrs. D. P.) A briefe account of the rise and progress of the change in religious opinion now taking place in Dingle, and the west of the county of Kerry, Ireland. iv, 208 pp., 4 pl., 1 map. London. Seeley, Burnside & Seeley, 1846. 8°.
Vallancey (Charles). Account of the ancient stone amphitheatre lately discovered in the county of Kerry, with fragments of Irish history relating thereto. Dublin, 1812. 8°.
Obits of Kilcormick. [Edited by J. H. Todd.] (In: The Irish Archaeological Society. Miscellany. vol. 1. pp. 99-106. Dublin, 1846. 4°.
Rawson (Thomas James). Statistical survey of the county of Kildare, with observations on the means of improvement; drawn up...by direction of the Dublin Society. Dublin: Graisberry & Campbell, 1807. xv, Il., xlviii, 237 pp., 2 maps, Io pl. 8°.
Healy (William.) History and antiquities of Kilkenny (county and city), with illustrations and appendix, compiled from inquisitions, deeds, wills, funeral entries, family records, and other historical and authentic sources. v. 1. Kilkenny: P. M. Eagan . 8°.
Ledwich (Edward). The history and antiquities of Irishtown and Kilkenny from original records and authentic documents. Illustrated with copper-plates. Dublin, 1781. (In: Vallancey (C.) Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1770– 1787. v. 2, no. 9, pp. 349-562. 1 map, 1 pl.)
Meehan (Charles Patrick). The confederation of Kilkenny. Dublin: James Duffy, 1846. xii, 13–234 pp. 24°. (Duffy's Library of Ireland, v. 4.) (In his: The confederation of Kilkenny and The rise and fall of the family of the Geraldines. Dublin, 1848. 24”.)
Same plates used in the two issues.