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History, cont'd., 1844–1845. Irish state trials. [Queen vs. Daniel O'Connell, and others. 15 Jan.-9 Feb. 1844.] [Dublin, 1844. 229 pp. 8°. Irish state trials; or, The Queen vs. Daniel O'Connell, and others. New York: W. H. Colyer, 1844. 1 p.l., 229 pp. 8”. Kelly (James). National education in Ireland. A sermon preached in Stillorgan Church...on... May 29, 1842... With an appendix... Dublin: W. Curry, Jun., & Co., 1844. viii, 9–39 pp. 2. ed. 8°. Kohl (Johann Georg). Ireland: Dublin, the Shannon, Limerick, Cork and the Kilkenny races, the round towers, the lakes of Killarney, the County of Wicklow, O'Connell and the repeal association, Belfast, and the Giant's causeway. Mew York: Harper & Brothers, 1844. 115 pp. 8°.
Loyal National Repeal Association. Report of the committee...appointed to inquire into the state of “Joint-stock banking in Ireland,” particularly as regards the effects of the Bank of Ireland monopoly upon the general prosperity of Ireland. m. p.  25–43 pp. 8°
Mac Donnell (Eneas). A friendly warning to his countrymen... London: J. Ollivier [1844?]. 16 pp. 8°.
Mac Donnell (Eneas). ments for Whig festivals. [1844?]. 12 pp. 8°.
Molloy (B.A.) Validity of Presbyterian marriages on Roman Catholic principles. Dublin: S. J. Machen, 1844. 41 pp. 8°.
Naper (JDames] L. W.) Suggestions for the ... employment of agricultural labourers... With a plan...to afford them suitable houses and gardens ...being observations on... Dr. Kane's “Industrial resources of Ireland.” Dublin. W. Curry, jun. &" Co., 1844. 24 pp. 8°.
O’Connell (John). An argument for Ireland [with appendices]. (Loyal Nat. Repeal Assoc.) Dublin, 1844. 8°.
Porter (J. G.V.) Some calm observations upon Irish affairs... Letter A. A plan of fair political union between the Islands of Great Britain and Ireland. Dublin: M. Keene & Son [1844?]. 82 pp. 8°
Shrewsbury sentiLondon: J. Ollivier
Memorandum on the ordnance survey of Ireland, with report of commissioners thereon. Evidence, appendix, index. 1844. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Report of Commissioner (J. Pennethorne) on the execution of the contracts for certain workhouses in Ireland. With appendix. Plans. 3 pts. 1844. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Report of committee whether the present townland valuation of Ireland can be made available for the imposition of local rates. Evidence, appendix, index. 1844. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Shrewsbury (16. earl), John TALBot. Hints towards the pacification of Ireland: addressed, more particularly, to the ruling powers of the day. London: C. Dolman, 1844. 2 p.l., 90 pp. 8". - London. C. Dolman, 1844. 116 pp. 2. ed. 8°. Stewart (William). The law of distresses for rent in Ireland; with an appendix of practical forms.
Hancock (William Neilson). The tenant right of Ulster, considered economically, being an essay read before the Dublin University Philosophical Society. With an appendix containing the evidence of John Hancock...taken before the Landlord and tenant commissioners. Dublin. Hodges & Smith, 1845. 96 pp. 8°. Kane (R.) The industrial resources of Ireland. Dublin: Hodges & Smith, 1845. xvi, 438 pp., 4 maps. 2. ed. 8°. Loyal National Repeal Association of Ireland. Reports of the parliamentary committee. v. 2–3 (1845–1846). Dublin, 1845—1846. 8°. — Essays on the repeal of the union, to which the association prizes were awarded; with a supplemental essay recommended by the judges. Dublin: James Duffy, 1845.  pp. 8°. Report of the Committee on the bill for the perpetual endowment of the College of Maynooth, Apr. 14, 1845. [By Daniel O'Connell, chmn. Dušlin, 1845.] 8°. Nemo. A few words on the new Irish colleges. London: Houlston & Stoneman, 1845. 19 pp. 8°. History, cont'd., 1845—1847.
Newland (Henry). Observations on the past and present condition of the education of the poor in Ireland, with remarks on the Lord Primate and Bishops' address. 1 p.l., 98 pp. Dublin: Grant & Bolton, 1845. 8°.
Noel (Baptist Wriothesley). The catholic claims. A letter to the Lord Bishop of Cashel. London: /. Misbet & Co., 1845. 8°.
O'Connell (Daniel). Report of committee of Loyal National Repeal Assoc. on bill for perpetual endowment of Maynooth College, April 14, 1845. m. t.-A. [Dublin, 1845.] 8°. O’Connell Club. Preamble, constitution, and by-laws. AWew York: Casserly & Sons, 1845. 12 pp. 12°. * The objects of the Club are the regeneration of Ireland, and the amelioration of her children all over the world.” Protestant Dissenters' Anti-Maynooth Conference. Report of the proceedings of the Protestant Dissenters' Anti-Maynooth conference held at Crosby Hall, London, May 20th and 21st, 1845... [Edited by Edward Miall and Thomas Price.] London . 83 pp. 12°. Papers, correspondence, and reports on the extension of canal or river navigation between Lough Erne and the River Shannon. plans. 3 pts. 1844–45. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Williams (Rowland). Another letter to the Wiscount Sandon; containing a protest against propositions laid down by the Rev. Hugh M'Neile, respecting the intended grant to Maynooth. London, 1845. 8°.
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°.
[Wordsworth (Christopher).] Maynooth, the crown, and the country; or, A protest on behalf of the monarchy and the nation, against the new, augmented, permanent and uncontrolled endowment of the Roman Catholic College of Maynooth... With an appendix of documents... [By C. Wordsworth.] London: F. & J. Rivington, 1845. 122 pp. 8°.
Blacker (William). An essay on the best mode of improving the condition of the labouring classes of Ireland. London: A'. Groombridge & Sons, 1846. 2 p.l., 56 pp. 8°.
Browne (Robert Dillon). Debate on the first reading of the protection of life (Ireland) bill. London, 1846. 8°.
Correspondence relative to measures for relief of distress arising from the failure of the potato crop in Ireland. 1846. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Douglas (John). Life and property in Ireland assured as in England, by a Poor-rate on land, to provide employment for the destitute poor on the waste lands of Ireland. London: /. A'idgway, 1846. 39 pp. 8°.
Great Britain.-Fisheries Department. Sea fisheries of Ireland, and construction of piers, harbours, &c. [Dublin: A. Thom, 1846?] 42 pp. 8°.
O’Malley (A’ev. Thaddeus). the Irish Poor [law]. In a letter to Lord John Russell. [With continuation and conclusion.] [Dublin, 1846–47.] 1 p.l., 14 pp. 8”.
Ray (T. M.) Report on the Irish Coercion bill, the causes of discontent in Ireland, condition of the people, comparative criminality with England, etc., etc.... 17 March, 1846. Dublin : Printed at 6, Bachelor's-walk, 1846. I p.l., 27 pp., 1 1. sm. f".
Report of committee on the present state of the ordnance survey in Ireland, and the works which will be required for its completion. 1846. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Reports of Lords committee on the operation of the medical charities in Ireland. Evidence, appendix, index. 3 pts. 1846. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
1847. Alison (William Pulteney). Observations on the famine of 1846–7, in the Highlands of Scotland and in Ireland, as illustrating the connection of the principle of population with the management of the poor. Edinburgh and London: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1847. 2 p.l., v-vii, 72 pp. 8°. [Blenkinsop (A.)] Paddiana; or, Scraps and sketches of Irish life... By the author of a hot water cure. London: R. Bentley, 1847. 2 v. 8°. Correspondence relating to the measures adopted for the relief of the distress in Ireland. “Board of Works Series,” with Indexes. 4 pts. 1847. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) — — “Commissariat Series,” with Indexes. 4 pts. 1847. (ibid.) — — “Fisheries Series.” 1847. (ibid.) Dallas (Rev. Alexander Robert Charles). Popery in Ireland, a warning to protestants in England; being a lecture delivered before the Islington Protestant Institute, on Monday, January 18th, 1847. London: J. H. Jackson, 1847. 2 p.l., 52 pp. 8°. Desmond (Daniel). Project for the reclamation of one million acres of waste lands, in Ireland, by colonies of her present surplus and unemployed
Gore (M.) Suggestions for the amelioration of the present condition of Ireland. London: J. Ridgway, 1847. I p.l., 70 pp. 8°.
Hughes (John), archbishop of New-York. A lecture on the antecedent causes of the Irish famine in 1847, delivered... at the Broadway Tabernacle, March 20, 1847. New York: E. Dunigan, 1847. 24 pp. 8°.
Letter (A) to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, First Lord of the Treasury, on the misgovernment of Ireland, and the necessity of the immediate abolition of the Lord Lieutenancy and local government. By a Friend to British connexion. London: H. Hurst, 1847. 43 pp. 12°.
Mac Donnell (Eneas). Irish sufferers, and anti-Irish philosophers, their pledges and performances. London: /. Olivier o 52 pp., viii. 8°
— Roman Catholic opposition to a state-endowment of the Roman Catholic clergy of Ireland. London. J. Ollivier [1847?]. 15 pp. 8°.
Measures adopted in Boston, Massachusetts, for the relief of the suffering Scotch and Irish. Boston: Eastburn, 1847. 23 pp. 8°.
Meyler (A.) The real causes of the turbulence, demoralization, and miseries of Ireland... a speech
... Dublin, April 8, 1839, on a petition to the House of Commons, praying that the annual grant to the Roman catholic college at Maynooth may be discontinued. London : Protestant Ass'n Office, 1847. 20 pp. 8°.
Milne (David). Observations on the probable cause of the failure of the potato crop, in the years 1845 and 1846. Adinburgh and London. W. Blackwood and Sons, 1847. 2 p.l., 53 pp. I pl. 8°.
Observations upon certain evils arising out of the present state of the laws of real property in Ireland, and suggestions for remedying the same. Dublin: A. Thom, 1847. 48 pp. 8°.
Observations on the evils resulting to Ireland, from the insecurity of title, and the existing laws of real property; with some suggestions toward a remedy. [By Jonathan Pim: or, Rich. D.
Webb.] Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1847. 1 p.l., 5–31 pp. 8°. Report of the board of public works in Ireland relating to measures adopted for the relief of distress, March to August 1847. 3 pts. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Sargent (William St. George). The contemplated National endowment of the Roman Catholic priesthood in Ireland! Four letters to Lord Lincoln ... Reprinted from the “Carlisle Patriot"...also, an appendix, containing strictures on the...proPopery speech...in Parliament, April 14, 1847.
London: J. Misbet & Co., 1847. 34 pp. 12°. [By
Sketches of Ireland sixty years ago. John Edward Walsh.] Dublin. J. McGlashan, 1847. viii, 198 pp., I p. 12°. Sometimes ascribed to W. F. Wakeman. Stapleton (A. G.) Substance of [his] speech ... at Manchester, on the occasion of the meeting of the Protestant Association of that town, April 23, 1847. [London : Macintosh, 1847.] I p.l., 5–8 pp. 8°. Stoddart (George Henry). The true cure for Ireland, the development of her industry: being a letter addressed to... Lord John Russell... With a notice of the Irish Amelioration Society, as organized upon the plan of Mr. Jasper W. Rogers, C.E. London: T. W. Saunders, 1847. 23 pp.
Union in Ireland. By an Irish landlord [Hercules Robinson]. Dublin: J. McGlashan, 1847. 30 pp. 2. ed. 8°.
West (Mrs. F.) A summer visit to Ireland in 1846. London, 1847. 8°.
Whately (Richard), archbishop of Dublin. Address to the clergy and other members of the Established Church on the use and abuse of the present occasion for the exercise of beneficence. Dublin: Hodges & Smith, 1847. 12 pp. 8°.
1848. Bowen (C. H.) Mortgage banks, considered as the means of providing employment in Ireland. In a letter to Lord John Russell. Dublin: /. McGlashan, 1848, 16 pp. 8°. Brabazon (W.) The deep sea and coast fisheries of Ireland, with suggestions for the working of a fishing company. Dublin.J. McGlashan, 1848. x, II-III pp., 21 pl. 8”. Correspondence, etc., relating to the Loch Corrib Improvement Company. 2 pts. plans. 1847–48. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) De Vere (Aubrey Thomas). English misrule and Irish misdeeds. Four letters from Ireland addressed to an English member of Parliament. London: J. Murray, 1848. iv, 265 pp. 8°. Friends (Society of), New York. Aid to Ireland. Report of the General Relief committee of the city of New York... Aew York, 1848. 186 pp. 8°. Heron (Robert Matthews]). Industry for Ireland, founded upon a system of local superin
tendence. An outline submitted to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell. London: P. Jackson . 32 pp. 8°.
Ireland.—Law and practice in respect to the occupation of land in Ireland, Commissioners of
History, cont'd., 1848–1850. Inquiry into. Digest of evidence taken before Her Majesty's Commissioners of Inquiry into the state of the law and practice in respect to the occupation of land in Ireland. Dublin: A. Thom, 1847–48. 2 v. 8°.
MacKnight (James). The Ulster tenants' claim of right; or, Landownership a state trust; the Ulster tenant-right an original grant from the British crown, and the necessity of extending its general principle to the other provinces of Ireland, demonstrated; in a letter to... John Russell... 71 pp. Dublin: J. M'Glashan, 1848. 8°.
O'Connor (A. C.) Monopoly the cause of all evil. London and Paris, 1848. 3 v. 8°.
O'Leary (John). Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism. London: Downey & Co., 1896. 2 v. 8°.
Papers relative to applications of proprietors of lands to have their property formed into separate electoral divisions. maps. 1848. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Pim (J.) The condition and prospects of Ireland, and the evils arising from the present distribution of landed property, with suggestions for a remedy. Dublin, 1848.
Reports (Seven) of relief commissioners. With appendix. 1847–48. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Report of Lords committee on the operation of the poor law acts relative to the rating of immediate lessors. With evidence. 1848. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Scrope (G[eorge] Poulett). The Irish relief measures, past and future. London. J. Ridgway, 1848. 1 p.l., v, 96 pp. 8°. — A plea for the rights of industry in Ireland. Being the substance of letters which recently appeared in the Morning Chronicle, with additions. son: J. Ridgway, 1848. 1 p.l., iv-v, 3–94 pp. Dillard (P. A.) The life of John Mitchel. With an historical sketch of the '48 movement in Ireland. Dublin. J. Duffy & Co., 1901. 2. ed. xviii, 286 pp. 24°. 1849. Bridges (William). Plantation of Ireland. Three practical suggestions for the colonization and re-organization of Ireland. London: H. Bailliere, 1849. 16 pp. 8°. Butt (Isaac). “The rate in aid.” A letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Roden, M.P. Dublin: J. McGlashan, 1849. 75 pp. 8°. Carlyle (Thomas). Remimiscences of my Irish journey in 1849. London, 1882. 12°. Ireland imperialised: a letter to his Excellency the Earl of Clarendon. Dublin: /. McGlashan, 1849. 19 pp. 8°. Mac Donnell (Eneas). County of Mayo: its awful condition and prospects, and present insufficiency of local relief. London: /. Ollivier, 1849. 25 pp. 8°. Papers relating to proceedings for the relief of the distress and state of the unions and workhouses in Ireland. 8 v. 1847–49. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
1850. Affair (The) at Dolly's Brae. The speeches of ... Lord Stanley... the Earl of Roden, and the Earl of Enniskillen in the House of Lords... 1850. London: /, Ollivier . 39 pp. 8°. Barkley (John Trevor). Report on the purchase and occupation of landed property in Connaught; with estimates of present value. London: T. Saunders, 1850. 2 p.l., 5–28 pp. 8”. Caird (James). The plantation scheme; or, The west of Ireland a field for investment. By James Caird, farmer, Baldoon. [With appendix.] Edinburgh: W. Blackwood & Sons, 1850. vii, 192 pp., I map, I plan. 8°. Cooper (Charles Purton). Portion of the debate on the Irish chancery bill, Feb., 1850. [Anon.] London, 1851. 8°. Correspondence relative to the question of giving or withholding outdoor relief. 1850. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Falconer (David). The agricultural crisis; or, Landlords' duties and tenants' rights. Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, 1850. viii, 41 pp. 8° Hancock (W. N.) Impediments to the prosperity of Ireland. London : Simms & M'Intyre, 1850. xxi, 23-190 pp. 16”. Hincks (T.) “Education in Ireland in the nineteenth century.” A letter to the Rev. Thomas Fitzwilliam Miller. Dublin: J. McGlashan, 1850. 2 p.l., 5–48 pp. 8".
History, cont'd., 1850—1852. Low (William). Letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell...explanatory of a financial system for extending railways in Ireland, and for restoring confidence in railway property generally. London: Asamilton, Adams & Co., 1850. 16 pp. 8°.
Papers relating to the aid afforded to the distressed unions in the west of Ireland. 7 pts. 1849– 5o. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Proposal for establishing a small proprietors' society of Ireland. [England, 1850 °) 24 pp. 12°.
Reports (Fourteen) of commissioners on numbers and boundaries of poor law unions and electoral divisions in Ireland. maps. 1849–50. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Report of committee on the Court of Prerogative (Ireland) Bill. Evidence, appendix, index. 1850. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Stark (A. J.) The South of Ireland in 1850; being the journal of a tour in Leinster and Munster. Dublin . J. Duffy, 1850. xii, 214 pp. 8°.
Ward (James). How to regenerate Ireland; or, Facts from the fisheries... London: J. Ridgway, 1850. 36 pp. 8°.
Whiteside (James). Regina versus Conway. Speech in the court of Queen's bench on the 26th day of January, 1850. Dublin: S. B. Oldham, 1850. 16 pp. 8°.
Correspondence between the Poor Law Commissioners and their Inspectors relative to statements as to workhouses and the poor, contained in a book, entitled, “Gleanings in the west of Ireland,” by Hon. Rev. S. G. Osborne. 1851. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
England's Western, or America's Eastern shore ? Old Ireland a new state 7 With their various complexities and perplexities discussed. By an old and almost obsolete Loyalist. Dublin: J. Falconer, 1851. 1 p.l., 47 pp. 8°.
Ferguson (W. D.), and Vance (A.) The tenure and improvement of land in Ireland, considered with reference to the relation of landlord and tenant, and tenant-right. Dublin: E.J. Milliken, 1851. xxi, 450 pp. 8°.
Hancock (William Neilson). Is there really a want of capital in Ireland 7... 14 pp. Dublin: Dublin Statistical Society, 1851. 8°.
Ireland. Observations on the people, the land, and the law, in 1851; with especial reference to the policy and practice of the Incumbered Estates Court. Dublin. Hodges & Smith, 1851. 62 pp. 8°.
Longfield (Robert). Report on the legislative measures requisite to facilitate the adoption of commercial contracts respecting occupation of land in Ireland. Dublin . Hodges & Smith, 1851. iv, 3–43 pp. 8°. (Soc. for Prom. Scient. Inq. into Social Questions.)
Napier (Joseph). England or Rome, which shall govern Ireland 2 A reply to the letter of Lord Monteagle. Dublin: W. Curry & Co., 1851. 68 pp. 8°.
OYTIX. A letter to... Lord John Russell... on the reply of the home secretary to the address of the Roman bishops in Ireland, and on other matters now before the nation; by OYTIX, once a freeman of England. London & Wertheim & Macintosh, 1851. 12 pp. 8°.
Report of commissioners on a proposal to adopt one of the harbours in Ireland as a packet station. Evidence, appendixes, index and memorial. 3 pts. maps. 1851. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)
Saxon (The) in Ireland: or, The rambles of an Englishman in search of a settlement in the west of Ireland. [By John Hervey Ashworth.] Lon. don: /. Murray, 1851. xi, 292 pp., I pl., I map. 12°.
Scully (V.) The Irish land question, with practical plans for an improved land tenure, and a new land system. Dublin. Hodges & Smith, 1851. vi, il., 280 pp. 16°
Catholic University of Ireland. Report of the committee, and list of subscriptions. Dublin, 1852. xiv, il., 8 pp. 8°. Charters or Letters Patent granting certain lands for the promotion of education in Ireland, during the reigns of Queen Elizabeth and James I., with amount of all monies over which the commissioners of education have control. 1852. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) Dallas (Alexander Robert Charles), and Wilberforce (H. W.) Proselytism in Ireland. The Catholic Defence Association, versus The Irish Church Missions, on the charge of bribery and intimidation. A correspondence between...A. Dallas and. . H. Wilberforce. 2. ed. London: Seeleys, 1852. 55 pp. 8°. Dill (Rev. E. M.) The mystery solved; or, Ireland's miseries; the grand cause, and cure. Edinburgh: Johnstone & Hunter, 1852. 2 p. i., viii. 9–304 pp. 12°. Friends, Society of. Transactions of the Central Relief Committee during the famine in Ireland in 1846 and 1847. Dublin, 1852. 8°. Goold (William H.) Speech delivered at the second annual meeting of the Scottish Reformation Society ... 1851. Edinburgh: Johnstone & Hunter, 1852. 14 pp., 1 1. 16°. On the Maynooth grant.
Ireland.—Health Commissioners. Report of the Commissioners of Health, Ireland, on the epidemics of 1846–1850. Dublin: A. Thom, 1852. 79 pp., I map, 2 pl. 8”.
M. (A. J.) Observations upon the policy and provisions of the act for facilitating the sale of incumbered estates, considered with reference to their supposed economic effects upon the condition of Ireland. Dublin: J. McGlashan, 1852. 22 pp. 8°.
Report of committee on the immediate cause of crime and outrage in certain districts, and the efficiency and administration of the laws for the suppression of such crime and outrage. Evidence. appendix, index. 1852. 8°. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.)