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v. 12. 1830. xxiv, 502 pp.
Correspondence of Robert Morris, continued, Nov. 3, 1781– Nov. 1, 1784, p. 1-502.
Resolution of Mch. 27, 1818 (3 St. L., .475), directs printing of “the Foreign Correspondence of the Congress of the United States, from the first meeting thereof, down to the date of the ratification of the definitive treaty of peace, between Great Britain and the United States, in the year seventeen hundred and eighty three, except such s of the said foreign correspondence as the President of the United States may deem it improper at this time to publish.”
neral appropriation bill for 1830 (4 St. L., 382) provides
“For enabling the Secretary of State to execute a contract with Jared Sparks, of Boston, made by Henry Clay, late Secretar of State, for printing and publishing the foreign correspondence of the Congress of the United States, from the first meetj thereof to... , thirty-one thousand three hundred dollars.”
Resolution of Mch. 27, 1818, provides “one copy shall be furnished to each member of the present Congress [i.e., 15th congress, 247 members], and the residue shall remain subject to the future disposition of congress.”
An Act for the distribution of certain books therein mentioned, approved May 26, 1830 (4 St. L., 407) Sec. 1 provides for the distribution of the diplomatic correspondence to various federal, state, and territorial officials and institutions, etc.
A Resolution to place 3o copies of the diplomatic correspondence of the American revolution at the disposition of the Secretary of State “for the use of the diplomatic agents of the U. S. in foreign countries,” was approved Mch. 2, 1833 (4 St. L., 669).
The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution: I Being the letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, William | Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, M. Dumas, and others, concerning the foreign relations of the United States during the whole revolution; together with the letters in
[Series 2, 1783–1789.] [edition 1.]
The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America, from the signing of the definitive treaty of peace, 10th September, 1783, to the adoption of the constitution, March 4, 1789. Being the letters of the presidents of congress, the secretary for foreign affairs—American ministers at foreign courts, foreign ministers near congress—reports of committees of congress, and reports of the secretary for foreign affairs on various letters and communications; together with letters from individuals on public affairs. Published under the direction of the Secretary of State, from the original Manuscripts in the Department of §...'... to an Act of Congress, approved May 5, 1832. City of Washington: Printed by Francis Preston Alair, 1833–34. 7 v. 21cm.
v. 1. 1833. xl, 504 pp. Correspondence of Elias Boudinot, president of Congress, p. 1-138. Correspondence of John Jay, secretary for oreign affairs, with M. de Marbois, chargé d'affaires of His Most Christian Majesty, p. 139-385. Correspondence of General the Marquis de la Fayette, p. 387–457. The correspondence of Thomas Barclay, p. 459-504.
v. 2. 1833. xxxiv, 504 pp.
Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, p. 1-99. Correspondence of John Adams, minister plenipotentiary to
olland, o ro1-190. Correspondence of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson joint commis
sioners, and ministers plenipotentiary for the formation of treaties of amity and commerce with foreign powers, p. 193–346. Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, one of the commissioners for the formation of treaties of amity and commerce, and minister plenipotentiary to France, with the answers of John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs.
v. 3. 1833. xxv, 507 pp. Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, etc., continued. p. 1-soz.
v. 4. 1833. xxxi, 504 pp.
Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, etc., continued. p. 1-149. Correspondence of John Adams, one of the commissioners for the formation of treaties of amity and commerce and minister plenipotentiary to England, with the answers of John Jay, secretary i. foreign affairs, P. tsz-soo. v. 5, 1833. xxiv, 492 pp.
Correspondence of John Adams, etc., continued, p. 1-563Correspondence of Col. W. S. Smith, secretary of legation at the court of London; with the answers of John Jay. secretary for foreign affairs, p. 371-492.
v. 6, 1833. xxxiv, 518 pp.
Correspondence of John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs. with John Temple, consul general from Great Britain, p. 1-62. Correspondence of John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs, with Diego de Gardoqui, chargé d'affaires from Spain, p. 65–27.2. Correspondence of Wm. Carmichael. chargé d'affaires at the court of Spain, with the answers of John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs, p. 273-417. Correspondence of P. J. Van Berckel, minister plenipotentiary from the United Netherlands, with the president of congress and John Jay, secretary of foreign affairs, p. 419-518.
On Dec. 22, 1830, it was resolved, on motion of Gulian C. Verplanck, representative from New York, “that the Committee on the Library be instructed to inquire into the expediency of ordering to be published, under the direction of the Secretary of State, the diplomatic correspondence of the United States under the old Confederation, from the peace of 1783 to the organization of the Government after the adoption of the present constitution” (21. 2. H. jol., 91). On Feb. 10, 1831, Mr. Everett, from the Committee on the Library, pursuant to the above resolution, reported a joint resolution, which was read the first time and then was not heard of again (ib., 290). The twenty-first congress adjourned on March 3, 1831.
During the first session of the next congress, $f. erplanck again took "Fo subject, and on March 9, 1832, he introduced a bill (22.1. H. R. 457) “making an appropriation for the publication of certain diplomatic correspondence, etc.” (22. I. H. jol, o The report accompanying the bill (22.1. H. rpt. 356) includes a list, submitted by Edward Livingston, then Secretary of State, of the correspondence in the State which, properly, would be included in the contemplated publication. The provisions of this bill (H. R. 457) were afterwards transferred to the general appropriation bill for 1832, approved May 5, 1832 (4 St. L., 513), and read “To enable the Secretary of State to cause to be printed, under his direction a selection from the diplomatic correspondence of the Unite States, between . . . o remaining unpublished in the Department of State, twelve thousand dollars.”
During the first session of the twenty-third congress, on Ł: 1834, a letter from the Secretary of State (Louis McLane) was presented to the Senate, in which the secretary stated that 965 sets of the correspondence printed under act of May 5, 1832, ña. been placed in charge of the clerk of the House, and were at the disposition of Congress. The letter was referred to the Joint Committee on the Library (23.1. S jol., 254). On May 13, the same letter was presented to the House and was similarly referred (23. 1. H. jol., 621, 624). On |. 4, 1834, Mr. Everett, from the Joint Committee on the
ibrary, reported a joint resolution (23. I. H. J. res. 6) “providing for the distribution of Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, 1783–1789” (23. 1. H. jol., 693). This joint resolution was approved June 18 (4 St. L., 743).
The Diplomatic Correspondence | of the United States of America, from the signing of the definitive treaty of peace, September 10, 1783, to the adoption of the constitution, March 4, 1789. Being the letters of the presidents of congress, the secretary for foreign affairs—American ministers at foreign courts, foreign ministers near congress—reports of committees of congress, and reports of the secretary for foreign affairs on | various letters and communications; together with letters from individuals on public affairs. |Published under the direction of the Secretary of State, from the original Manuscripts in the Department of State, conformably to an Act of Congress, ap
proved May 5, 1832. City of Washington: Printed by Blair & Rives, 1837. 7 v. 21cm.
This edition is not mentioned in Sabin or in Poore, and is sometimes found in catalogues confused with the 1833–34 edition. It collates identically as to pages with the 1833–34 edition. It is not a re-issue, however, from the same type, but has been set up from a new body of type. While it collates similarly as to paging with the earlier edition, it does not do so as to lines. Note line 5 on page 213 respectively of the two editions; note also error in page numbering of p. 213 of the 1833-34 edition, which has been correctly printed in the 1837 edition. Although the lining of the title-page is the same in the two editions, the font of type used is unmistakably different. [edition 3.] The Diplomatic Correspondence | of the United States of America, from the signing of the definitive treaty of peace, 10th September, 1783, to the adoption of the constitution, March 4, 1789. Being the letters of the presidents of congress, the secretary for foreign affairs—American ministers at foreign courts, foreign ministers | near congress —reports of committees of congress, and reports of the secretary for foreign affairs on various letters and communications; together with letters of individuals on public affairs. | Published under the direction of the Secretary of State, from the original Manuscripts in the Department of State, conformably to an Act of Congress, approved May 5, 1832. City of Washington: Printed by Blair & A’ives, 1837. 3 v. 23Cm. On verso of title-page is an extract from the law authorizing the printing of the compilation, and below that is the legend: “Edition in three volumes, published by John C. Rives, 1855.” Sabin, no. 20215; see also p. 173, report Librarian of Congress, 1904. v. 1, 1837. xlviii, 837 pp. ...P.": of Elias Boudinot, p. 1-98. Correspondence o John J. p. 99-275. Correspondence of Lafayette, p. 277-327. Correspondence of Thomas Barclay, p. 329– 362. Correspondence of Franklin, p. 363-431. Correspondence of John Adams, p. 433-498. orrespondence of Adams, Franklin and Jefferson, p. 499–608. Correspondence of Jefferson and Jay, p. 609–837. v. 2. 1837. xxxiii, 834 pp. Correspondence of Jefferson and Jay, continued, p. 1-332. Correspondence of Adams and Jay, p. 333-834. v. 3, 1837..., xxxix.,819 pp. Correspondence of W. S. Smith and John Jay, p. 1-89. Correspondence of John Jay and John Temple, p. 91-134. Correspondence of John Jay and Diego de Gardoqui, p. 135281. Correspondence of William Carmichael and John Jay, . 283-386. Correspondence of P. J. Van Berckel and John §§ p. 387–457. Correspondence of C. W. F. Dumas and ohn Jay, p. 459-658. Correspondence of capt. John Paul ones, p. 659–758. Letters from individuals on public affairs, and reports of secretary John Jay, p. 759–819. (Publication.) On March 19, 1856, Secretary of State Marcy addressed the chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means, ask ing for an appropriation of $7500 to purchase 500 copies of the three-volume stereotyped §. of the Diplomatic Correndence (34 cong... I sess. H. misc. doc. 7o). This sum was
allowed in the sundry civil bill for 1857, approved Aug. 18 1856 (11, St. L., 105).
LIST OF WORKS IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY RELATING TO IRELAND, THE IRISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, ETC.
Order of Arrangement:
Bibliography. Works relating to special periods (arranged chronolo-
Census AND Vital Statistics. Dictionaries.
GENERAL. Irish Music.
More specific subjects than the above, such as Irish industries, the poor, agriculture, politics, etc., are entered, in the main, in the group of Works relating to Special Periods, these subjects in the index (card) catalogue of the library being entered under their own names and not under Ireland.
Very few periodical entries are included in this list, though many such entries may be found under their subject headings in the index (card) catalogue.
With few exceptions the works here noted are in the Astor branch.
BIBLIoGRAPHY. “Historicus,” pseud. The best hundred
- Irish books. Introductory and closing essays b Arbois de Jubainville (Henri de). Essa || "..., story ng ys by d'un catalogue de la littérature épique de l'Irlande, Historicus.”... With annotated index. m. p.
précédé d'une étude sur les manuscrits en langue [188–1 6o PP. 8°. irlandaise conservés dans les isles britanniques et Repr.:Freeman's Journal. sur le continent. Paris, 1883. 8°. List (A) of books and pamphlets written by the Catalogue (A) of Irish manuscripts. (Archae- members of the National Literary Society, Dublin. ologia Britannica, by E. Lhuyd. Oxford, 1707. (Jour. Nat. Lit. Soc. of Ireland. v. 1, pp. 112– f". pp. 435-436.) 132. Dublin, 1900.) Cathedral Total Abstinence Society, Phila. Lowdermilk (W. H.) & Co. Bibliotheca Catalogue of books in the Irish library. Philadel- Hibernica. A collection of scarce and valuable
phia, 1884. 20 pp. 8°. works on...Ireland and the Irish people. Wash: Duffy (James) & Co. Catalogue of standard ington [1890 °]. 73–80 pp. 8°. (Catalogue no. 5.) Catholic publications, authorized Catholic prayer Massey (N.) Catalogue of books relating to
books, works relating to Ireland, and works of his Ireland. no. 4, 6 (1903, 1904). Cork, 1903-04. 8". tory and fiction. Jan., 1903. Dublin. J. Duffy Murray (A. F.) Bibliography. (In her: A & Co., 1903. 160 pp. 16°. history of the commercial... relations between EngEvans (Edward). Historical and bibliographi- land and Ireland... London, 1903. 8", pp. 445cal account of almanacks, directories, etc., etc., 467.)
published in Ireland from the sixteenth century... Nicolson (William), Bishop of Derry. The Dublin: Office of “The Irish Builder,” 1897. viii, Irish historical library, pointing at most of the au150 pp. 12°. thors and records in print or MS. serviceable to
Gilbert (Sir John T.) Irish bibliography. compilers of a history of Ireland, by William, lord with an introduction, etc. by E. R. McClintock bp of Derry. Publin, 1724. 12". Dix. I pl. (Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. v. 25, sec- || O’Curry (Eugene). Lectures on the manution C, Archaeol. pp. 117-142. Dublin, 1904.) script materials of ancient Irish history at the Halliday (Bernard), Leicester, Eng. Ireland | 9atholic University of Ireland. Dublin, 1861. and Irish families. Catalogue of a special collec- facsim: 8". tion of books on Ireland, and a remarkable collec- O'Reilly (Edward). A chronological account tion of original manuscripts and deeds from 1500 to of nearly four hundred Irish writers, commencing 1850, relating to the principal families of Ireland with the earliest account of Irish history, and car... mostly from the collection of Rev. J. Graves... ried down to the year of our Lord 1750; with A Leicester, 1904. 12 pp. 8°. (Catalogue no. 7.) Descriptive Catalogue of such of their Works as are Historic (The) literature of Ireland, an essay still extant in Verse or Prose, consisting, of upon the publications of the Irish Archæological wards of one thousand separate tracts. (IbernoSociety. Dublin: W. B. Kelly, 1851. 64 pp. 8°. Celtic Society. , Transactions. v. 1, pt. I.) DubReprinted from the Irish Quarterly Review. lin, 1820. (5) l., ccxxxiii pp. 4°.
Aibliography, cont'd. Peel (Robert). Bibliotheca Hibernicana; or, a descriptive catalogue of a select Irish library. Dublin: W. Folds & Son, 1823. 8 p.l., 51 pp. 8°. R. (T. B.) Rough preliminary list of books printed in the Irish character and language. (The ; Magazine. Inverness, 1885. v. Io, pp. 584– 580. Titles of 46 works printed between 1571 and 1817. Reid (John). Bibliotheca Scoto-celtica, or An account of all the books which have been printed in the Gaelic language, with bibliographical and biographical notices. Glasgow, 1832. 8°. Ware (Sir James), Kt. The history of the writers of Ireland, In two books, viz.: I. Such Writers who were born in that Kingdom. And, II. Such who, though Foreigners, enjoyed Preferments or Offices there, or had their Education in it; with an Account of all the Works they published. Written in Latin, ...translated...revised and improved ...and continued down to the Beginning of the present Century. By Walter Harris. Dublin: Aobert Bell and John Fleming, 1764. 2 p.l., 363 (5) pp. f*.
v. I3 (1898–1900). Boston, 1898–1900. 8°. Organized in Boston 20 January, 1897. American Irish Historical Society. What
it is and what its purposes are. Boston, 1897. 24°. Booklet of information regarding the American-Irish Historical Society. By Thomas Hamilton Murray, secretary-general. Boston and Mew Pork: The Society, 1905. 27(2) pp. 18°. DANAHER (Franklin M.) Early Irish in Albany, N.Y., with special mention of Jan Andriessen, “De Iersman van Dublingh”... Read... Jan. 19, 1903. Boston, 1903. 44 pp., I port. 8°. LINEHAN (J. C.), and MURRAY (T. H.) Irish schoolmasters in the American colonies, 1640– 1775. Washington, 1898. 8°. MURRAY (T. H.) Gen. John Sullivan and the battle of Rhode Island. [Providence, 1902.] 8°. Irish Rhode Islanders in the American Revolution. With some mention of those serving in the regiments of...Greene, and other noted commanders. Providence, 1903. 8°.
Anthologia Hibernica; or monthly collections of science, belles-lettres, and history. v. 1–2. (1793.) Dublin, 1793. 8°.
Belfast Naturalists' Field Club. Annual report and proceedings. 6-10 (1868–76); series 2, v. 1, nos. I-7; v. 2, nos. I-7; v. 3, nos. I-6; v. 4, nos. 1-7; v. 5, nos. 1–2 (1873–1902/03). Appendix 1–9; v. 2 [no.] 1–6 (1870–96). Belfast, 1869– 1903. 8°.
6-10 are called Annual report only.
Belfast (The) News Letter (George Gordon). July 3–Dec. 14, 1795 (nos. 6041-6088). Belfast, 1795. f". Beltaine; an occasional publication. The organ of the Irish Literary Theatre. Edited by W. B. Yeats. no. 1-3 (1899–1900). London, 1899–1900. 8°. o. 1-3 form 1st annual volume. Celt (The), A weekly periodical of Irish national literature. Edited by a committee of the Celtic Union. no. 1–22, supplement (Aug.-Dec., 1857); no. 1-6 (March–Aug., 1858); new ser. vol. 1, no. 1–4 (Aug.-Nov., 1859). Dublin, 1857-I59]. 8°. Celtia. A Pan-Celtic monthly magazine. v. 1– date (1901-date). Dublin, 1901-date. 4°. Current. Celtic (The) magazine: A monthly periodical devoted to the literature, history, antiquities, folklore, traditions...etc., of the Celt, at home and abroad. v. 1-13. Inverness, 1876–88. 8°. v. 1 ed. by Alexander Mackenzie and Alexander Macgregor; v. 2-11 by Mackenzie; v. 12-13 by Alexander Macbain. Celtic Society. [Publications.] Dublin, 1847– 55. 6 v. 12° and 8°. Namely: Leabhar na g-Ceart, or, The book of rights, 1847; Lynch, J., Cambrensis eversus, 1848–52, 3 v.; Miscellany, The genealogy of Corca Laidhe, Poem on the battle of Dun by Gilla-Brighde Mac Coumbidhe, Docwra's tracts, Several ms, pedigrees and extracts, ed. by J. O'Donovan, 1849; §. Mhuighe Léana, or Battle of Magh Leana, with Tochmare Moméra, or Courtship of Momera, translation by E. Curry, 1855. Citizen (The). Edited by John Mitchel. v. 1-4. (1854–1857). New York, 1854–57. f* v. 2-4 edited by J. McClenahan.
Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty. Nov. 27–28, 1801, Mar. I-Oct. 8, 1802 (nos. 7364– 7365, 74.44–7687). London, 1801–1802. f*.
Hibernian (The) Magazine; or, compendium of entertaining knowledge, containing the greatest variety of the most curious and useful in every branch of polite literature. v. 1–8 (1771–78); 1779– 1811. Dublin, 1771–1811. 41 v. 8°.
The volumes for 1786–1811 have the title: Walker's Hibernian Magazine. The volumes for 1779–1811 are not numbered. Some volumes are imperfect. No more published.
Iberno-Celtic Society. Transactions. v. 1, pt. 1 (1820). Dublin, 1820. 4°.
No more was published. v. 1, pt. 1, consists of: A chronological account of nearly four hundred Irish writers, commencing with the earliest account of Irish history, and carried down to the year of our Lord 1750; with a descriptive catalogue of such of their works as are still extant in verse or prose, consisting of upwards of one thousand separate tracts. By Edward O'Reilly.
Illustrated (The) Dublin Journal. A miscellany of amusement and popular information. By the most eminent writers. v. 1 (1861–62). Dublin, 1862. 4°.
Irish Agricultural Organization Society, Ltd. Annual report, 4 (1898). Dublin, 1898. f*.
Irish American. v. 49–55 (1897–1903). New York, 1897–1903. f*.
Irish-American (The) Almanac. 1875, 1877.
Mew York, 1875–1877. 12°.
Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society. [Publications.] Dublin, 1841–68. 22 v. 8°.
Tracts relating to Ireland. 1841–43. 2 v. Grace (James). Jacobi Grace, Kilkenniensis, Annales Hiberniæ. Edited . . . R. Butler. 1842. Banquet (The) of Dun Na A-Gedh, and the Battle of Magh ath, an ancient historical tale . . . With . . . notes by J. O'Donovan. 1842. Tribes (The) and &stoms of Hy-Many, commonly called O'Kelly's country ... With ... notes... by J. O'Donovan. 1843. Book :obits and martyrology of the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity... Edited . . . by J. C. Grosthwaite... 1844. Registrum Prioratus Omnium Sanctorum juxta Dublin. Edited ... by R. Butler. 1845. O'Flaherty (Roderic). A chorographical description of West. or H-Iar Connaught. 1846. Miscellany (The) of the Society. 1846. v. 1. Nennius. Leabhar to: annso sis: the Irish version of the Historia Britonum. Edited ... by J. H. Todd. 1848. Clynn (John), and Dowling (T.) Annals of Ireland... Edited . ... by R. Butlers. 1849. O'Kelly (Charles). Macariae Excidium, or the destruction of §. being a secret history of the war of the revolution in Ireland. Edited... by J. C. Q'Callaghan. 1850. Colton (John). Acts of Archbishop Colton in his metropolitan visitation of the Diocese of Derry, 1397... Edited ... by W. Reeves. 1850. Petty (Sir William). The history of the survey of Ireland.commonly called the Down survey ... Edited ... by T. A. Larcom. 1851. Liber hymnorum. The book of hymns of the ancient church of Ireland ... Edited ... by J. H. Todd. # * 2 *. Adamnan. The life of St. Columba, founder of Hy . . . Notes ... by W. Reeves. 1857. Irish glosses. A mediaeval tract on Latin declension, with examples explained in Irish. ... Edited by W. Stokes. 1860. Annals of Ireland. Three fragments copied from ancient sources by D. MacFirbisigh; and edited... by J. O'Donovan. 1860. Reprinted from the Irish Quarterly Review. The topographical ms of John O'Dubhagain and Giolla na Naomh O'Huidhrin. Edited ... by J. O'Donovan. 1862. Martyrology of Donegal. A calendar of the saints of Ireland. ranslated... by... J. O'Donovan. Edited by J. H. Todd. 1864. Sanas Chormaic. Cormac's glossary. Translated and annotated by J. O'Donovan. 1868. A contemporary history of affairs in Ireland from 1641–1652. . . with an appendix of original letters and documents. Edited by John Thomas Gilbert. 1879–80. 3 v. in 6.