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Battle (The) of Gabhra: Garristown in the County of Dublin, fought A. D. 283. For the first time edited from an original Irish manuscript, with introduction, literal translation, and notes by Nicholas O’Kearney. Dublin. Ossianic Soc., 1853. 172 pp. 8°. (Ossianic Society. Trans., v. 1.)

Battle (The) of Ventry Harbor: which took place in the fourth century, and continued without intermission for 366 days. Being a literal translation from an old Irish manuscript [Caugh Fiontra]. Boston: the Trade, 1856. 1 p.l., 5–48 pp. 12°.

— The Cath Finntrāga; or, Battle of Ventry; edited from MS. Rawl. B. 487, in the Bodleian library, by Kuno Meyer. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1885. xxii, I l., 115 pp. 8”. (Anecdota Oxoniensa. Mediaeval and modern series 1, pt. 4.)

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Lynch (William). A view of the legal institutions, honorary hereditary offices, and feudal baronies established in Ireland during the reign of Henry II., deduced from court rolls, inquisitions and other original records. London, 1830. 4°. Round (John Howard). The conquest of Ireland. The pope and the conquest of Ireland. (In his: The commune of London... Westminster, 1899. 8°. pp. 137–200.) Thatcher (Oliver Joseph). Studies concerning Adrian IV. (In: Univ. of Chicago. The decennial pub. Chicago, 1903. sq. 4°. ser. I, v.4, pp. 153-238.) Great Britain.—Public Record Office. Calendar of documents relating to Ireland, I 171–1307, ed. by H. S. Sweetman and G. F. Handcock. London, 1875–86. 5 v. 4°. Irish Record Commission. Chartae, privilegia et immunitates, being transcripts of charters and privileges to cities, towns, abbeys and other bodies corporate, 18 Hen. II. to 18 Ric. III., 1171–1395, rinted by the Irish Record Commission, 1829–30. o 92 pp. f*. Printed fin 1829-3o the work was not published until 1889 when the Irish Public Record Office issued it as above.

Historic and municipal documents of Ireland. 1172–1320, from the archives of the city of Dublin, etc. Ed. by J. T. Gilbert. London: Zongmans, Green & Co., 1870. lxxxviii, 560 pp. 4°. (Chronicles and memorials of Great Britain, no. 53.)

Phillipps (Sir Thomas). Extract from a record explanatory of grants by Henry II, and Edward I. to certain Ostmen in Waterford of the privilege of “Lex Anglicorum in Hibernia." 7 pp. n. A. [185-?], sq. 4°.

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Copy of the Award as consernying the Tolboll [1212]. [Edited by A. Smith, M.D.] (In: The Irish Archaeological Society. Miscellany vol. I, pp. 33–43. Dublin, 1846. 4°.)

De Concilio Hibernie per magnates totius illius Insule [1297]. [Edited by Rev. Richard Butler.] (In: The Irish Archaeological Society; Miscellany vol. 1, pp. 15–33. Dublin, 1846. 4".)


Ireland.—Statutes. A statute of the fortieth year of King Edward III., enacted in a Parliament held in Kilkenny, A.D. 1367, before Lionel Duke of Clarence. Now first printed from a ms. in the library of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury

...; with a translation and notes by James Hardiman. Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society, 1843. xxxvi, 153 pp. 4°. (In: Irish Archaeological Society. Publn. 4.)

History, cont'd., 1392–1598.

Roll (A) of the proceedings of the King's Council in Ireland for a portion of the 16. year... Ric. II., 1392–93. With an appendix. Edited by J. Graves. London: Longmans & Co., 1877. ci, 342 pp., I facsim. 4°. (Chronicles and memorials of Great Britain, no. 69.)

Story (The) of King Richard the Secund. His last being in Irland [written by a French gentleman, who accompanied the King in 1399, and, translated...by Sir G. Carew [1. earl of Totnes]. (In: Hibernica...[edited by] W. Harris. Dublin, I747. f. pp. 23–28.)

Mac Firbisigh (Duald). The Annals of Ireland, from the year 1443 to 1468, translated from the Irish by Dudley Firbisse, or, as he is more usually called Duald Mac Firbis, for Sir James Ware, in the year 1666. [Edited by John O'Donovan.] (In: The Irish Archaeological Society: Miscellany. vol. I, pp. 198-302. Dublin, 1846. 4°.)

Edgecomb (Sir Richard). The voyage of Sir Richard Edgecombe [sic], into Ireland in the year 1488...(In: Hibernica [edited by] W. Harris. 19tublin, 1747. f". pp. 29–38.)

I5OO. Great Britain.-Public A'ecord Office. Calendar of state papers relating to Ireland, of the reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary and Elizabeth. 1509–16oo. Ed. by H. C. Hamilton, and E. A. Atkinson. London, 1860–96. 8 v. 4°.

Ireland.—Chancery. Calendar of the patent and close rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the reigns of Henr. VIII, Edw. VI, Mary, Eliz., and Charles I (1–8 year inc.). Ed. by James Morrin. Dublin: A. Thom, 1861–63. 3 v. 4°. (Master of the Rolls.)

Social (The) state of the southern and eastern counties of Ireland in the sixteenth century: being the presentments of the gentlemen, commonalty, and citizens of Carlow, Cork, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford, and Wexford, made in the reigns of Henry VIII and Elizabeth... Edited by H. F. Hore and the Rev. J. Graves. Dublin: Univ. Press, 1870. 2 p.l., ii, 286 pp. 8°. (Royal Soc. of Antiquaries of Ireland. Annuary. 1868–69.)

Correspondence between the Governments of England and Ireland. 1515–1538, 1538–1546. (Great Britain.—State Papers Commission. State Papers. v. 2-3. London, 1834. 4°.)

Include facsimiles of John Goghe's map of Ireland, 1567; of John Norden's map, 1609–1611; and of an anonymous sixteenth century map of Munster.

Great Britain.—Public Record Office. Calendar of the Carew papers...in the...library at Lambeth... 1515–1624, ed. by J. S. Brewer and W. Bullen. London, 1867–73. 6 v. 4°.

v. 5, Book of Howth, and Thomas Bray's Conquest of Ireland, A.D. 432-1524.

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Brady (William Maziere). State papers concerning the Irish church in the time of Queen Elizabeth [1558–1603]. Edited, from autographs in Her Majesty's public record office and the British museum. xv., 159 pp. London: Longmans, Green, A'eader & Dyer, 1868. 8°.

O'Grady (Standish). The bog of stars, and other stories and sketches of Elizabethan Ireland. London: T. F. Unwin, 1893. 179 pp. 16°. (The new Irish library.)

O'Sullivan Bear (Don Philip). Ireland under Elizabeth. Chapters towards: A history of Ireland in the reign of Elizabeth; being a portion of the history of Catholic Ireland. Translated from the original Latin by M. J. Byrne. Dublin: Sealy, Bryers & Walker, 1903. xx, xxvii, 212 pp., 1 map. 8”.

Stafford (Thomas). Pacata Hibernia. Ireland appeased and reduced; or, A history of the wars of Ireland in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Illustrated. London : S. & R. Bentley, 1821. 2 v. 47. Pacata Hibernia; or, A history of the wars in Ireland during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, especially within the province of Munster under the government of Sir George Carew, and compiled by his direction. [By Thomas Stafford.] Edited ... by Standish O'Grady. With portraits, maps and plans. London. Downey & Co., 1896. 2 v. 8°.

Moryson (Fynes). The itinerary of Fynes Moryson [1559–1603]. (In: Falkiner (C. L.) Illustrations of Irish history and topography, mainly of the seventeenth century. London, 1904. 8”. pp. 211-325.)

Ireland.—Chancery. Calendar of the patent and close rolls of Chancery in Ireland, from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth; vol. 2. Dublin and London, 1862. facsim. 8”. (Ireland. Mast.Rolls.)

Derricke (John). The image of Irelande, with a discouerie of Woodkarne. By John Derricke, 1581. With the notes of Sir Walter Scott, bart. Edited, with introduction, by John Small. Edinburgh: A. C. Black, 1883. xxiv, 144 pp., 12 pl. 4°.

Perrot (Sir John). The Government of Ireland under the honorable, just, and wise Governour Sir J. Perrot, beginning 1584 and ending 1588. London, 1826. 4°.

Cuninghame (Richard). The broken sword of Ulster. A brief relation of the events of one of the most stirring and momentous eras in the annals of Ireland [1585–1616). Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1904. viii, 216 pp. 12°.

Payne (Robert). A brife description of Ireland: made in this yeere, 1589, by Robert Payne unto xxv. of his partners for whom he is undertaker there... published verbatim... by Nich Gorsan . . With diuers notes...sithenes the first impression. London : Printed by Thomas Dawson, 1590; Reprinted Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society, 1841. 8°

This reprint is edited by Aquilla Smith.

Hume (Martin A.S.) Treason and plot; struggles for catholic supremacy in the last years of Queen Elizabeth [mainly in the period 1596–16ool. Asew

York: D. Appleton & Co., 1901. xvi, 519 pp. 8°.

Spenser (Edmund). A view of the State of Ireland. Written dialogue-wise betweene Eudoxus and Irenaeus [1596]. n. t.-p. 206 pp. (In: Ancient Irish histories... [Dublin, 1809.] 8°. v. 1.)

Hogan (Edmund). The description of Ireland, and the state thereof in anno 1598... from MSS. preserved in Clongowes-Wood College... Dublin, 1878. 4°.

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Falkiner (CIaesar] Litton). Illustrations of Irish history and topography, mainly of the seventeenth century. London. Longmans, Green & Co., 1904. xx, 433 pp., I map, 2 plans. 8°.

Bodley (Josias). An account of a journey of Captain Josias Bodley into Lecale, in Ulster, in the year 1602–03. (In: Falkiner (C. L.) Illustrations of Irish history and topography, mainly of the seventeenth century. London, 1904. 8°. pp. 328-344.)

Great Britain.-Public Record Office. Calendar of state papers relating to Ireland, of the reign of James I, 1603–25, ed. by C. W. Russell, and J. P. Prendergast. London, 1872—8o.

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Great Britain.-King. By the king, a project for the division and plantation of the escheated lands in six several counties of Ulster... (In: Hibernica...[edited by] W. Harris. Dublin, 1747. f*. pp. 53–62.)

— A commission to enquire into the King's title to the several escheated and forfeited lands in Ulster... with articles and instructions annexed... (In: Hibernica...[edited by] W. Harris. Dublin, 1747. f. pp. 68–72.)

— Orders and conditions to be observed by the undertakers upon the distribution and plantation of the escheated lands in Ulster. From a copy printed in the year 1608. (In: Hibernica. . . Dublin, 1747. f. pp. 63-72.)

MacNevin (Thomas). The confiscation of Ulster in the reign of James I, commonly called the Ulster Plantation. Dublin, 1846. 24°. (Duffy's Library of Ireland; 6.)

Hill (George). An historical account of the plantation in Ulster at the commencement of the seventeenth century 1608–162o. Belfast. M'Caw, Stevenson & Orr, 1877. 2 p.l., ix, I l., 622 pp., I l., 1 map. 4°.

Irish Society. A concise view of the origin, constitution, and proceedings of the honourable society of the governor and assistants of London of the new plantation in Ulster within the realm of Ireland; commonly called The Irish Society. Zondon: Printed by Order of the Court, by Arthur Taylor, 1832. xiii (iii), 112, 235 (1) pp., I pl. 8°.

Davies (Sir John). Le primer report des cases & matters en ley resolues & adjudges en les courts del Roy en Ireland. Collect et digest par J. D.

Chivaler Atturney Generallen cest realme. Dublin. J. Frankton, 1615. 11 1., 97 pp. f*. Une exact table al report de Sir J. D., Chivaler, Atturney General del Roy en Ireland. London: /. Collins & C. Harper, 1677. 11 l. f*. Gernon (Luke). A discourse of Ireland, anno 1620. (In: Falkiner (C. L.) Illustrations of Irish history and topography, mainly of the seventeenth century. London, 1904. 8°. pp. 345–362.) Great Britain.-Public Record office. Calendar of state papers relating to Ireland, of the reign of Charles I, 1625–1647. Edited by R. P. Mahaffy . . . London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, prins., 1900–01. *. (Great Britain. Public Record office.)

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Ireland.—Chancery. and close rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the reign of Charles the First: 1st to 8th year inclusive. Dublin and London, 1863. nar. 4°. (Ireland. Master of the Rolls.)

Philips (Sir Thomas). A letter from Sir Thomas Philips to King Charles I [about 1630] concerning the plantations of the Londoners. (In: Hibernica. . . É. by] W. Harris. Dublin, 1747. f*. pp. 129-134.)

Morres (Hervey Redmond), Count of Mountmorres. The history of the principal transactions of the Irish Parliament, from the year 1634 to 1666; containing proceedings of the Lords and Commons, during the administration of the Earl of Stafford, and of the first Duke of Ormond; with a narrative of his Grace's life, collected from the papers of Sir Robert Southwell... To which is prefixed, a preliminary discourse on the ancient Parliaments of that Kingdom. London: T. Cadell, 1792. 2 v. 8°.

Brereton (Sir William), bart. Travels of Sir William Brereton in Ireland, 1635. (In: Falkiner (C. L.) Illustrations of Irish history and topography, mainly of the seventeenth century. London, 1904. 8°. pp. 363-407.)


Abstract (An) of the unnatural rebellion, and Barbarous Massacre of the Protestants, In the Kingdom of Ireland, in the year 1641. 31 pp. Iondon: R. Janeway, 1689. 8°.

Balmerino (2. Baron), John ELPHINstone. Speech in the Parliament in Scotland, Nov. 4, 1641, concerning the levying of an army against the Papists in Ireland. London, 1641. 12°.

Bellings (Richard). History of the Irish confederation and the war in Ireland. . . 1641-1649... edited by J. T. Gilbert. Dublin, 1882–91. 7 v. 8°.

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Contemporary (A) history of affairs in Ireland from 1641 to 1652. Now for the first time published. With an appendix of original letters and documents. Edited by John T. Gilbert. Illustrated with portraits and facsimiles. v. 1–3. Dublin. The Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society, 1879–80. 6 pts. in 4 v. 4°. (The Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society.)

Croker (Thomas Crofton). Narratives illustrative of the contests in Ireland in 1641 and 1690. Edited by T. C. Croker. London: Camden Soc., 1841. xiv, I l., 149 pp. 8°. (Camden Soc. Pub., v. 14.)

[Curry (John).] Historical memoirs of the Irish rebellion in the year 1641. Extracted from Parliamentary journals, state-acts, and the most eminent Protestant historians. Together with an appendix, containing... papers relating to this rebellion, not referred to in these memoirs. In a letter to Walter Harris, occasioned by his Answer to a late dialogue on the causes . . . of this rebellion. London, 1765. iv, xviii, 19–279 pp. 16°.

Gilbert (John Thomas). A contemporary history of affairs in Ireland from 1641–1652. . . with an appendix of original letters and documents. Jublin, 1879–80. 3 v. in 6. 8°. (Irish Archaeol. & Celtic Soc. Pub’ns.)

Hickson (M.) Ireland in the 17th century; or, the Irish massacres of 1641–2, their causes and results; with a preface by J. A. Froude. London, 1884. 2 v. 8°.

Looking-Glass for England; abstract of the bloody massacre in Ireland, by the instigation of the Jesuites, priests and friars...executed by the Irish Papist upon the English Protestants in 1642; also, a brief apology in the behalf of the Protestants in the valleys of Piedmont; with a narrative of the barbarous butcheries... perpetrated by them by the Popish party during the heat of the late massacre in Apr., 1655 . . . London, 1667. sq. 8°.

Merwin (Sir Audley). Speech to the House of Commons in Ireland, concerning their priviledges, and grievances. (In: Ireland—Parliament. Sixteene queres. Dublin, 1641. )

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Temple (Sir John). The Irish rebellion; or, An History of the Beginnings and first Progress of the general Rebellion raised within the Kingdom of Ireland upon 23 Oct. 1641: Together with the barbarous cruelties and bloody Massacres which ensued thereupon. London: S. Gellibrand, 1646. 8 l., 136, 55 pp. 4°.

— The Irish rebellion; or, An history of the attempts of the Irish papists to extirpate the protestants in the kingdom of Ireland; together with the . . . cruelties and ... massacres which ensued thereupon. Written from his own observations, and authentic depositions of other eye-witnesses... London. White, Cochrane & Co., 1812. xii, 236 pp. f*.

A reprint of the London: J. Brindley, 1746 edition.

Tichborne (Sir Henry). Letter to his lady, of the siege of Drogheda, and other passages of the wars of Ireland, where he commanded. m.t-p. [Drogheda, 1641?] 41°.

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Cranford (James). Yrelandtsche traenen: waer in levendich is affgebeelt...een lijste, vande ... wreedtheden...der...jesuwijten, met de papistische factie aldaer... Uyt het Engels...vertaelt. Amstelredam: Broer Jansz. ende J. v. Hilten, 1642. 64 pp., 1 pl. 4°. Elsynge (Henry). More true and exceeding joyfull newes from Ireland, or, The victorious proceedings of the protestants in...Ireland... 1642. London: I. H., 1642. (8) pp. 4°. Full (A) relation, not only of our good success in generall, but how...God hath fought his own cause miraculously... delivering the Protestants...also, the names of the chiefe commanders and officers in this late expedition...under the command of the Earle of Ormond. London. W. Bladen, 1642. 12 pp. 12°. Jones (Henry). A remonstrance of divers remarkeable passages concerning the church and kingdome of Ireland, recommended by letters from the lords justices, and counsell of Ireland, and presented by H. Jones, agent for the ministers of the Gospel in that kingdom, to the House of Commons in England. London. G. Emerson, 1642. 3 p.l., 80 pp. 4° (12°). Monroe (Robert). A true relation of the proceedings of the Scottish armie now in Ireland, by three letters; the first from Monroe, the second by the mayor and aldermen of London-Derry to Monroe; the third by the Earle of Antrim to Monroe, London, 1642. 12°.

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