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Books & Periodicals of Historical Irish Interest (Part 1 of 2)

This catalogue has the following sections

General Histories The Period Prior to 1800 Historical Biography Modern Ireland

See section two of the catalogue for additional areas of historical interest

GENERAL HISTORIES

  1. LELAND, THOMAS: The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry 11 with a Preliminary Discourse on the Ancient State of that Kingdom, 3 Vols. Dublin, Smith 1814. pp.379/pp.509/pp.630. Rebound in attractive two-tone modern cloth. Fine. 195.00
  2. AALEN & WHELAN. Dublin City & County. Geography Publications, Dublin, 1992, pp.450 incl. Index. New. Modern quarter calf, marble boards. 165.00
  3. ALMANACK, REGISTRY, DIRECTORY. For the Year 1827. Dublin, 1827, pp.598. Original calf. Spine worn. 95.00
  4. ANNALS OF ULSTER, 4 Vols. De Burca, Dublin, pp.599/pp.565/pp.637/pp.438 incl. index. 1998. 2nd ed. New in blue cloth in slip case. 225.00
  5. ANONYMOUS. Ancient laws of Ireland - Brehon Law Tracts Vol. IV. Longmans & Co., London, 1879, pp.658. Quarter calf. Lacks spine, edges worn. 85.00
  6. ANONYMOUS. Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland, 1844-45, 2 vols to M. A Fullerton, Dublin, 1846, pp.560/pp.840. Original half calf, marble boards, marble edged. Slight bumping to edges, v.good. 66.00
  7. APPENDIX. War with France, Appendix to the Official Papers. Shea, Dublin, 1803, pp.34. Rebound in attractive modern cloth. Text browned & stained. 35.00
  8. ARCHER, THOMAS. Gladstone & his Contemporaries. Fifty Years of Social & Political Progress. 4 vols. New ed. Includes Irish Land Acts 1886. Blackie & Son, London, n.d., pp.336/pp.336/pp.336/pp.416 incl. Index. Original cloth. Gilt edged, boards stamped & gold embossed. V. good. 48.00
  9. BANNISTER, SAXE. Some Revelations in Irish History. Longmans, Green, London, 1870, pp.255 incl. Index. Original cloth. Edges a little worn. V. good. 48.00
  10. BARRINGTON, SIR JONAH. Historic Memoir of Ireland Comprising Secret Records of the National Convention, the Rebellion, & the Union Illustrated with Curious Letters & Papers in Fac-Simile; & Numerous Original Portraits, Vol. 1. Henry Colburn, London, 1835, pp.238. Folio. Rebound in modern cloth, new front & end papers. Marble edged, good. 75.00
  11. BARRINGTON, SIR JONAH. Personal Sketches of his Own Times. Redfield, New York, 1853, pp.540. Original cloth. Spine gilt embossed, illustrated. Top/Bottom of spine slightly chipped otherwise v. good.  60.00
  12. BARRINGTON, SIR JONAH. Rise & fall of the Irish Nation. D & J Sadlier, New York, 1845, pp. 472. Original cloth, spine gold embossed, illustrated. Text foxed throughout. 75.00
  13. BETHAM, SIR WILLIAM. Irish Antiquarian Researches Part 1. William Curry, Dublin, 1826, pp.242. Original cloth quarter recased, new front & end papers. Title & end pages slightly foxed, otherwise good. 150.00
  14. BOOK OF ARMAGH. Liber Ardmachanus. Edited with an introduction and appendices by John Gwynn. Dublin, for R.I.A., 1913. Roy. 4to. Thick, very good in original suede with Celtic design. Limited to 400 copies. Very good. Scarce. The original is preserved in Trinity College Dublin. It is the only early manuscript of which we know the scribe's name, Ferdomnach, the exact date, 807, and place where it was written, Armagh. It contains the entire New Testament in Latin, and documents relating to St. Patrick, his "confession" and the "Lives" by Muirchu and Tirechan.  2,850
  15. BURKE, JOHN F. Outlines of the Industrial History of Ireland. Added chapter by Michael Cryan & Michael kennedy, Browne & Nolan, Dublin, n.d., pp.379 incl. index. Original boards fading. 12.00
  16. BURKE, RICHARD. A Letter from Richard Burke to *** *** of Cork in which the Legality & Propriety of the Meeting Recommended in Mr. Byrne's Circular Letter is Discussed, Together with Some Observations on a Measure Proposed. Byrne, Dublin, 1792, pp.46. Modern quarter leather. V. good. 68.00
  17. BUTLER, REV. RICHARD ed. Registrum Prioratus Omnium Sanctorum Juxta Dublin. Irish Archaeoological Society, Dublin, 1845, pp.151. Rebound in modern cloth. Folded illustration. Slight foxing, otherwise good. 50.00
  18. CAREY, M. Ireland Vindicated. M Carey, Philadelphia, 1819, pp.504. Rebound in attractive modern cloth. Good. 75.00
  19. CAREY, M. Vindicae Hibernicae or, Ireland Vindicated. An Attempt to Develop and Expose a Few of the Multifarious Errors and Misrepresentations Respecting Ireland in the Histories of May , Temple, Whitlock et. al. Philadelphia, 1828, pp.475. Rebound in attractive modern quarter/two tone cloth. Label on spine. Slightly foxed otherwise good. 145.00
  20. CARR, JOHN. The Stranger in Ireland or A Tour in the Southern & Western Parts of that Country in the Year 1805. Riley & Co., New York, 1807, pp.334. 3rd ed. Original boards. 195.00
  21. CHRONICLE OF IRELAND. An Independent Record of Politics, Business & Finance, Religion, Education, Social & Personal Events on the Island of Ireland, 1992. The Chronicle of Ireland, Dublin, 192, pp.398 incl. Index. New. Large quarto, cloth. 155.00
  22. CHRONICLE OF IRELAND. An Independent Record of Politics, Business & Finance, Religion, Education, Social & Personal Events on the Island of Ireland 1994, 2 vols. Gulliver Books, Dublin, 1994, pp.299 incl. Index/pp.299 incl. Index. New. Large quarto, cloth. 290.00
  23. COLGAN, JOHN. Acta Sanctorum Hiberniae. Reproduced at the Ordnance Survey, Dublin, 1948, pp.906 incl. index. Large folio. Half calf, marble front & end papers. Reinforced binding. Bumped edges, good. 650.00
  24. COLGAN, JOHN. Trias Traumaturga. Large Folio. De Burca, Dublin, 1997, pp.742. Limited edition of 300 copies. New in quarter morocco & blue cloth slip case. 145.00
  25. CRESWICK, THOMAS. Picturesque Scenery in Ireland. Virtue & Co., London, n.d., pp.126. Original cloth, gilt stamped front board, gilt edged. Front board & spine detaching. Good copy. 135.00
  26. CRISP, FREDERICK ARTHUR. Visitation of Ireland. Vol. 4. Privately Printed, 1904, pp.149 incl index, xxiii additions & corrections pages. 109 of 250 signed by author. Near quarto. Quarter calf. Boards stained & marked. Edges buffed. 125.00
  27. CULLEN, L.M. Life in Ireland. Batsford, London, 1968, pp.178 incl. index. Illustrated. V. good in d.j. 21.00
  28. DALRYMPLE, SIR JOHN. Memoirs of Great Britain & Ireland from the Dissolution of the Last Parliament of Charles 11 Until the Sea-Battle off La Hogue. 2 vols. Kincaid, Bell & Balfour, Edinburgh, 1771, pp.443/pp.918,. Large quarto. Original full leather, raised bands. Wearing & Browning. Good. 850.00
  29. DARLYMPLE, SIR JOHN. Memoirs of Great Britain & Ireland. David hay, Dublin, 1773, pp.574. Half calf, marble boards. Spine cracked & worn, boards scarred. 95.00
  30. DAVIES, EDWARD. Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions & Language of the Ancient Britons; With Some Introductory Sketches on Primitive Society. Edward Davies, London, 1804, pp.561. Rebound in recent cloth. Some bumping to edges. Good. 295.00
  31. DERRY, WILLIAM, LORD BISHOP OF. The Irish Historical Library. Pointing at Most of the Authors and Records in Print or Manuscript Which May Be Serviceable to the Compilers of a General History of Ireland. Dublin, 1724, pp.151. Rebound in modern cloth. Good. 395.00
  32. DICKINSON, P.L. The Dublin of Yesterday. Methuen, London, 1929, pp.205 incl. index. Original green cloth. Good. 28.00
  33. DOYLE, JAMES, ed. A Special Report on the Trial of Rev. Vladimir Petcherine. Duffy, Dublin, 1856, pp.72. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, new front & end papers. Good. 85.00
  34. EIGEAS CORMACAN. The Circuit of Ireland by Muircheartach Mac Neill, A Poem, Written in the Year DCCCCXLII. Printed for the First Time with a Translation & Notes by John O'Donovan.Vol.1. Irish Archaeological Society, Dublin, 1861, pp.123. Rebound in attractive modern quarter cloth, new front & end papers. Gilt edged. V. good. 150.00
  35. ELRINGTON BALL, F. Judges in Ireland 1221 - 1921, 2 Vols. London, Murray, 1926, pp.365/pp.408. Original cloth. Top ends of spines worn, otherwise v.good. 245.00
  36. ERCK, JOHN CAILLARD, ed. A Repertory of the Inrolments on the Patent Rolls of Chancery in Ireland; Commencing with the Reign of King James 1. Vol.1 part 1. McGlashan, Dublin, 1846, pp.330. Quarter cloth with boards. Edges buffed, top/bottom of spine chipped, general wearing. 95.00
  37. EVANS, E. ESTYN. Irish Folk Ways. Devin Adair, New York, 1957, pp.324 incl. index. V. good in d.j. 48.00
  38. EVANS, E. ESTYN. Irish Heritage. The Landscape, The People & Their Work. Dundalgan, Dundalk, 1967, pp.190 incl. index. 9th ed. V. good in good d.j. 28.00
  39. FAULKNER, GEORGE. An Epistle to George Edward Howard with Notes Explanatory Critical & Historical. Wogan, Dublin, 1771, pp.39. 5th ed., considerable additions. Rebound in attractive modern cloth. V. good. 60.00
  40. FLEMING, JAMES. A Collection of all the Irish & English Statutes. Dublin, 1741, pp.478 + index. Contemporary full calf, raised boards. Edges worn. Title page in facsimile. Good. 95.00
  41. FLOYD, MICHAEL. The Face of Ireland. Batsford, London, 1937, pp.240 incl. index. Frontispiece by Paul Henry. Illustrated. Folding map. Original cloth. Spine faded. 18.00
  42. FRIENDS IN IRELAND. Rules of Discipline of the Meeting of Friends in Ireland. Webb & Chapman, Dublin, 1841, pp.319 incl. Index. 2nd ed. Rebound in recent cloth. V. good. 85.00
  43. GALWAY TOWN ELECTION. Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Select Committee on the Galway Town Election Petition; with the Proceedings of the Committee. House of Commons, London, 1857, pp.63 + 13 index. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, new front & end papers. Single library stamp on title page. Good. 55.00
  44. GILES, HENRY. Lectures and Essays on Irish and Other Subjects. New York 1869, pp.394. Half calf, marble boards. Worn edges, otherwise good. 48.00
  45. GLASSIE, HENRY. Passing the Time. Folklore & History of an Ulster Community. O'Brien, Dublin, 1982, pp.852 incl. index. V. good in v. good d.j. 60.00
  46. GOODWIN, WILLIAM B. The Ruins of Ireland in New England. Meador, Boston, 1946, pp.424. Ex Libris. Photographic plates. Original cloth. Edges bumped, some scoring. Good. 135.00
  47. GRAY, TONY. The Irish Answer. An Anatomy of Ireland. Heinemann, London, 1966, pp.411 incl. index. V. good in v. good d.j. 35.00
  48. GUTERBOCK, B & THURVEYSEN, R. Indices Glossarum et Vocabulorum Hibernicorum. Libsiae, Impensis, Salomonis Hirzelii, 1881, pp.152. Half calf, marble boards. General buffing, chipping to top/bottom of spine. V. good. 85.00
  49. GUY, FRANCIS. Postal, Official & General Directory of the County & City of Cork, 1875-1876. Francis Guy, Cork, pp.699 & 41 Ads. Boards worn, spine worn & front pages loose. Folding map. Rare. 95.00
  50. GWYNN, STEPHEN. A Holiday in Connemara. Methuen, London, 320 incl. index. Gold embossed spine, original green cloth. Good. 85.00
  51. GWYNN, STEPHEN. The Famous Cities of Ireland. Colour illustrated by Hugh Thompson. Maunsel, Dublin, 1915, pp.352 incl. index. Original boards. Stamped front board. Good. 38.00
  52. HALL, MR. & MRS. S.C. A Week at Killarney. Virtue, London, 1858, pp.176. Original cloth. Illustrated with engravings & maps. Damaged spine, detaching front board. Gilt embossed front board. 75.00
  53. HALL, MRS. S.C. Sketches of Irish Character. How & Parsons, London, 1862, pp.384. Illustrated. Original cloth, spine gold embossed. Edges wearing. V. good. 150.00
  54. HARDIMAN, JAMES. History of the Town & County of the Town of Galway. W. Fold, Dublin, 1820, pp.385 incl. Index. Folding illustrations. Large quarto. Recased in original half calf, marble boards, raised bands missing, marble edged. Usual wearing. Good. 495.00
  55. HARVEY, JOHN. Dublin. A Study in Environment. Batsford, London, 1949, pp.116 incl. index. Colour illustrated. V. good in v. good d.j. 25.00
  56. HEALY, T.M. A Word for Ireland. Gill & Son, Dublin, 1886, pp.163. Original Cloth. Edges buffed, good. 65.00
  57. HENNESSY, WILLIAM M. Annals of Ulster Vol. 1 or Annals of Senat, A Chronicle of Irish Affairs from A.D 431 to A.D 1056. Alexander Thom & Co., Dublin, 1887, pp.599. Quarter calf. Edges worn, top of spine chipped otherwise good. 165.00
  58. HOGAN, EDMUNDO P. Ibernia Ignatiana. Seu Ibernorum Societatis Iesu Patrum Monumenta. Tomus Primus. Excudebat Societas Typographica Dubliniensis, Dublin, 1880, pp.250 incl. Index. Ex Libris. Rebound in attractive two tone modern cloth. V. good. 165.00
  59. JACKSON, T. A. Ireland Her own. An Outline History of the Irish Struggle for National Freedom & Independence. Cobbett, London, 1946, pp.443 incl. index. Original cloth. Good. 28.00
  60. JOYCE, P.W. A Social History of Ancient Ireland, 2 vols. Celtic Bookshop, Limerick, 1997. New in cloth. 75.00
  61. KENDALL, E.A. Letters to a friend on the State of Ireland. London, James Carpenter & son & G.B Whittaker, 1826, 3 vols continuously paged to 1238 & appendices of 22 pages incls. 1 folding app. Original cloth boards, calf spine. Front board vol 1 detached, top and bottom of spine missing. Spines vol.s 2 & 3 cracked & worn. All boards scarred. 145.00
  62. KING, JEREMIAH. County Kerry Past & Present. Hodges, Figgis & Co., Dublin, 1931, pp.338. 1st ed. Original cloth. V. good. 105.00
  63. KNIGHT ERRANT. My Pocket Book or Hints for 'A Ryghte Merrie and Conceitede' Tour in Quarto. Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, London, 1808, pp.197 + 39 index. Original quarter cloth in new cloth cover case. Illus./folding illus. Label on front cover. Good. 225.00
  64. LAVELLE, PATRICIA. Crumbling Castle. Clonmore & Reynolds, Dublin, 1949, pp.280. Good in d.j. 21.00
  65. LAWLESS, EMILY. The Story of the Nations; Ireland. Fisher Unwin, London, 1887, pp.435 incl. index. Original green boards. Front board illustrated. Spine worn. Good. 25.00
  66. LEET, AMBROSE. Directory to the Market Towns, Villages, Gentlemen's Seats & Other Noted places in Ireland. Smith, Dublin, 1814, pp.394 + 30 index. Full calf, worn, back board detached. 185.00
  67. LELAND, THOMAS. History of Ireland in Three Volumes. J Nourse et ali., London, 1773, pp.387/pp.516/pp.664 + index. Full calf, raised bands, general wearing. Front board vol.1 detached. Good. 575.00
  68. LEWIS, SAMUEL. A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland. With Historical & Statistical Descriptions, 2 vols & bound map. S. Lewis, London, 1837, pp.675/pp.737. Facsimile reprint, Kennys, Galway, 1995. Large quarto. Green cloth. New in slip case. 85.00
  69. LONGFIELD A.K ed. The Shapland Carew Papers. Irish manuscripts Commission, Dublin, 1946, pp.228. Contains maps. Rebound in recent cloth, v. good. 95.00
  70. LOVETT, RICHARD. Irish Pictures. Religious Tract society, London, 1888, pp.223. Original cloth, illustrated & embossed boards, profuse illustrations throughout. Top/bottom of spine chipped, otherwise v. good. 45.00
  71. LOVETT, RICHARD. Irish Pictures. Religious Tract Society, London, 1888, pp.223. Map & copiously illustrated. Original cloth. Front board stamped & gold embossed, gilt edged. V. minimal bumping. V. good. 45.00
  72. LOWRY, T.K., ed. 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 by Sir James Hamilton Knight. Archer & son, Belfast, n.d., pp.166 + 150 index. Original cloth, front board embossed. Lacks spine. 150.00
  73. LYND, ROBERT. Home Life in Ireland. Photographic Illustrations. Mills & Boon, London, 1909, pp.317. Original cloth. Top of spinetorn, otherwise good. 60.00
  74. MADDEN, RICHARD M. Address to the People of England on the Orange Regime in Ireland. London, 1861, pp.52. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, new front & end papers. Good. 85.00
  75. MATHEW, FRANK. Ireland. Colour Illustrated by Francis S. Walker. Adam & Charles Black, London, 1905, pp.212 incl. index. Original stamped boards. Edges bumped. Good. 48.00
  76. MAXWELL, CONSTANTIA. Dublin under the Georges. 1714-1830. Harrap, London, Hodges Figgis, Dublin, 1946, pp.331 incl. index. 3rd ed. V. good in good d.j. 50.00
  77. MILNER, REV. J. An Inquiry into Certain Vulgar Opinions Concerning the Catholic Inhabitants & the Antiquities of Ireland. Keating, Brown & Co., London, 1808, pp.277. Quarter calf, marble boards, gilt embossed spine. Slight foxing to end & front papers, edges worn, good. 165.00
  78. MILNER, REV. J. An Inquiry into Certain Vulgar Opinions Concerning the catholic Inhabitants & the Antiquities of Ireland. . Keating, Brown & Co., London, revised & augmented edition, pp.277. Rebound in attractive modern quarter cloth, label on spine, minor library markings to title page, v. good. 145.00
  79. MULLOY, MARTIN J. The Irish in America One Thousand Years Before Columbus. Boston, Angel Guardian, 1906, pp.146. Original cloth with printed boards. Lacks f.e.p. Good. 45.00
  80. MURRAY, JAMES P. Galway: A Medico-Social History. Photographic plates. Kennys, Galway, 1994, pp.270 incl. Bibliog. & index. No. 27 of 50, signed. New. Large quarto. Modern quarter calf, raised bands, spine gold embossed, marble boards, cloth slip case. 130.00
  81. NICHOLS, GEORGE. Three Reports. Poor laws - Ireland Series. Clowes & Son, London, 1838, pp.172. Ex Libris. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, label on spine. Folding tables. Text browned & stained. 65.00
  82. O'CONNOR, ROGER. Chronicles of Eri. Being the History of the Gael, Scot Iber; or the Irish People. Trans. from original manuscripts in the Phonician dialect of Scythian. 2 Vols illus. London, 1822, pp.362/pp.509. Rebound in attractive two tone modern cloth, new front & end papers. V. good. 245.00
  83. O'CONNOR, ROGER. Chronicles of Eri. Being the History of the Gael, Scot Iber; or the Irish People, trans. from original manuscripts in the Phonician dialect of Scythian. 2 Vols illus.1st ed. Richard Phillips & Co., London, 1822, pp.362 & postscript 93 /pp.509. Half calf, marble boards, marble edged. Edges & spines worn. 5 folding maps, folding hand-coloured aquatint & folding chart of laws. 285.00
  84. O'CONNOR, RT. HON. SIR JAMES. History of Ireland 1798 - 1924, 2 Vols. New York, Doran, n.d. pp.304/pp.396. Original cloth. Front boards stamped. Top ends of spines cracked, 1 inch tear on bottom spine of vol. 2., otherwise fine. 85.00
  85. O'CONNOR, ULICK, The Gresham Hotel, 1865-1965.Guy & Co., Cork, n.d, pp.38 incl. bib. Original blue cloth. V. good. 21.00
  86. O'CURRY, E. Manners & Customs of the Ancient Irish, 3 Vols. De Burca, Dublin, 1996, pp.664 incl. add./pp.392/pp.711 incl. index. Facsimile reprint of 1st ed. New, green cloth in slip case. 185.00
  87. O'DANACHAIR, CAOIMHIN, ed. Folk & Farm. Essays in honour of A.T. Lucas. Royal soc. Of Antiquaries of Ireland, Dublin, 1976, pp.277. Illustrated. V. good in V. good d.j. 30.00
  88. O'FLAHERTY, RODERIC, Edited by James Hardiman. A Geographical Description of West or H-Iar Connaught. Irish Archaeological Society, Dublin, 1866, pp.469. Rebound in recent cloth, pristine. Folding map. 75.00
  89. O'FLANAGAN, PATRICK & CORNELIUS G BUTTIMER ed.s. Cork History & Society. Interdisciplinary Essays on the History of an Irish County. Geography publications, Dublin, 1993, pp.999. Bound in quarter calf, raised bands, marble boards. Fine.  165.00
  90. O'GALLCHOBHAIR, PROINNSIAS. The History of Landlordism in Donegal. Doneal Democrat, Ballyshannon, 1975, pp.192. Original paper cased in modern cloth. Reprint. Fine. 45.00
  91. O'GRADY, STANDISH. History of Ireland. Cuculain and his Contemporaries, 2 Vols. London, Sampson, Low, Searle, Marston, & Rivington, Dublin, 1880, pp.267/pp.348. Half calf, cloth boards. Edges bumped, otherwise good. 145.00
  92. O'HANLON, REV. J.C. Irish-American History of the United States. Sealy, Bryers & Walker, Dublin, 1903, pp.765 incl. index. Large quarto. Rebound in modern cloth. Portrait page detaching. V. good. 95.00
  93. O'HART, JOHN. Irish Pedigrees or the Origin & Stem of the Irish Nation. McGlashan & Gill, Dublin, 1876, pp.828 incl. indexes. Original green cloth. Some bumping. Partially uncut. Good. 185.00
  94. OTWAY-RUTHVEN, A.J. A History of Medieval Ireland. Barnes & Noble, New York, 1993, pp.454 incl. Index. 3rd ed. Modern quarter calf, raised bands, marble boards. Fine. 125.00
  95. PRAEGER, ROBERT LLOYD. The Way That I Went. Hodges Figgis, Dublin, 1939, pp.394 incl. index. 2nd ed. Folding map. Original cloth. Good. 45.00
  96. REYNOLDS, REV. FRANK L. Ireland's Important & Heroic Part in America's Independence & Development. Daleiden & Co. Chicago, n.d., pp.322. Original cloth, front board embossed. Edges somewhat bumped. V.good. 75.00
  97. RITCHIE, LEITCH. Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1837 & 1838, 2 Vols., Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, London, 1837 & 1838, pp.264/pp.256. 39 Engravings. Original velvet cloth. Slight foxing to title page 1837. Portrait page detached 1837. 1838 lacks f.e.p. Both gilt edged. Good. 148.00
  98. SAORSTAT EIREANN. Official handbook of the Irish Free State. Hely's, Dublin, 1932, pp.474 incl. index & ads. Illuminated front board. Folding map. V. good. 60.00
  99. SEACHTAIN NA CATHRACH. Dublin Civic Week, 1927, pp.57 with various ads. Original wraps, illustrated. Plates. Unusual. 30.00
  100. SEWARD, WILLIAM WENMAN. Collectanea Politica or The Political Transactions of Ireland from the accession of His Majesty King George to the Present Time, 3 Vols. Dublin, 1801. Original boards. Spines and edges worn, pp.440/pp.448/pp.550.   450.00
  101. SIMINGTON, ROBERT C. The Civil Survey A.D 1654-1656, Counties of Donegal, Londonderry & Tyrone. Vol. 111 with the Returns of Church Lands for the Three Counties. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin, 1937, pp.453. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, label on spine. V. good.   95.00
  102. SPENCER, CAMPION, HAMMER & MARLEBURROUGH. Ancient Irish Histories; The Work of Spencer, Campion, Hammer & Marleburrough, 2 vols. Hibernia Press, Dublin, 1809, pp.471/pp.444. Rebound in attractive modern two-tone cloth, marble edged, label on spine. Good. 245.00
  103. SULLIVAN, A.M. New Ireland. 2 Vols. Sampson et al., London, 1877, pp.410 + 24 index/pp.416. Original cloth. Boards stamped. Top/bottom of spines chipped, good. 48.00
  104. SULLIVAN, WILLIAM K. Celtic Studies from the German of Dr. Hermann Ebel with an Introduction. Williams & Norgate, London, 1863, pp.221. Ex Libris. Original cloth recased in quarter calf. Edges worn. Very rare. 125.00
  105. SWEENEY, TONY. Ireland & the Printed World. De Burca, Dublin, 1997, pp.1000. Folio. 214 of 250 signed by the author & publisher. New in maroon cloth. 150.00
  106. TAYLOR, MATTHEW REV. England's Bloody Tribunal or Popish Cruelty Displayed. London, Shakepeare's Head, n.d., pp.3. Rebound in modern marble boards. Bottom end of spine missing. Foxed. 48.00
  107. THE ANNALS OF IRELAND BY THE FOUR MASTERS, 7 Vols & an individually bound colour map. De Burca, Dublin, 1998, continuously paginated to 2498, vol 7 index, pp.405. New in green cloth. Front boards stamped, spines gold embossed. Slip case. 650.00
  108. THE IRISH FIANTS OF THE TUDOR SOVEREIGNS, 4 Vols. De Burca, Dublin, 1994, pp.340 lncl. index/pp.755/pp.634/pp.830 incl. index. Set 293 of 350. New in maroon cloth in slip case. 225.00
  109. TRINITY COLLEGE. The Book of Trinity College. 1591-1891. Marcus Ward, Belfast, 1892, pp.316 incl. index. Folio. Quarted vellum, green cloth boards. Front board gold stamped. Illustrated. Good. 100.00
  110. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS. The Dublin Almanac & General Registry of Great Britain & Ireland. C Hope, Dublin, 1835, pp. 801. Original full leather. Bottom of spine cracked. Good. 45.00
  111. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS. The Dublin Almanac & General Registry of Ireland. Pettigrew & Oulton, Dublin, 1846, pp.916. Original full leather. Spine worn & bottom left end torn, otherwise v. good. 85.00
  112. WALKER'S Hibernian Magazine or Entertaining Knowledge for 1800. Illustrated, bound in full leather. Lacks f.e.p and p.s 5/6. Text browned & stained. 75.00
  113. WHELPTON, ERIC. The Book of Dublin. Salisbury Square, London, n.d., pp.183 incl. index. Original boards, d.j. attached. V. good. 25.00
  114. WILKINS, DAVID. Concilia Hiberniae, 4 Vols. London, 1737: Reproduced by Culture et Civilisation, Bruxelles, 1964, pp.788 incl. index./pp.772 incl. index./pp.898 incl. index./pp.824 incl. index. Large folio. Full leather. V. good. 350.00
  115. WODSWORTH, W.D. A History of the Ancient Foundling Hospital of Dublin from the Year 1702. Alexander Thom, Dublin, 1876, pp.57. With manuscript notes & corrections. Pen scored. Title page loose. Rare. 65.00
  116. WOLLASTON HUTTON, ARTHUR ed. Young's Tour in Ireland, 2 vols. London, George Bell, 1892, pp.470/pp.401. Ex. Libris. Original cloth boards re-cased. Front boards stamped. Label on spine. Folding map. Good to fine. 145.00
  117. WOOD, SUMNER GILBERT. Ulster Scots & Blandford Scouts. Published by the Author, Mass., 1928, pp.436. Original cloth, practically no wearing, some photographic plates, v. good. 60.00
  118. WOOD, THOMAS. An Inquiry Concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland. Whittaker, London, 1821, pp. 303. Rebound in attractive modern quarter cloth, new front & end papers. Some library markings on title page, lacks half of page facing title page. Good 85.00
  119. WOOD, HERBERT,ed., Text by Sir James Perrott. The Chronicle of Ireland 1584-1608. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin, 1933, pp.199. Original cloth, gilt embossed spine. Spine somewhat sunned. V. good. 50.00
  120. WRIGHT, THOMAS. The History of Ireland from the Earliest Period of the Irish Annals to the Present Time, 2 vols. London Printing & Publishing Co., London & New York, n.d., pp.994/pp.1263. Large quarto. Illustrated. Original half calf, raised bands. Edges slightly bumped, text slightly browned. V. good. 195.00

THE PERIOD PRIOR TO 1800 

  1. A GRADUATE OF DUBLIN UNIVERSITY: A Word In Season To The Liberal Electors Of Ireland. London: James Ridgway, 40pp. Cloth  45.00
  2. ALBERT, L: Six Thousand Years Of Gaelic Grandeur- Unearthed. The Most Ancient And Truthful Chronicles Of The Gael. With a preface, containing history of the discovery and a dissertation presenting numerous proofs of authenticity and antiquity and 32 illustrations. Volume 1 - 5357 - 1004 B.C. W.G. Foyle Ltd., 384pp. Cloth. 30.00
  3. HARBISON, PETER. Irish High Crosses with the Figure Sculptures Explained. Boyne Valley honey co., Drogheda, 1994, pp.109 incl. map. Inscribed by the Author. V. good in v. good d.j. 12.95
  4. COUNTESS DOWAGER OF RODEN, ANNE. From August, 6, 1797 - April, 11, 1802. White, Dublin, 1870, pp.181 incl. app. original cloth somewhat stained, generally good. 60.00
  5. FALLS, CYRIL. Elizabeth's Irish Wars. Methuen, London, 1950, pp.362 incl. index. V. good in original red cloth. 48.00
  6. O'KELLY, CHARLES. COLONEL IN KING JAMES' ARMY. Edited by George Noble Count Plunkett & the Rev. Edmund Hogan. The Jacobite war in Ireland, 1688-1691. The Irish Home Library, Sealy, Bryers & Walker, Dublin, 1894, pp.115 incl. app. 3rd ed. Original red cloth. Good. 30.00
  7. MADDEN, R.R. Literary Remains of the United Irishmen of 1798 & Selections from Other Popular Lyrics from their Times. James Duffy, Dublin, 1887, pp.60. Original green stamped boards. Top/bottom of spine worn. Tile page loose. Otherwise good. 48.00
  8. FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM J. Ireland Before the Union with Extracts from the Unpublished Diary of John Scott, Earl of Clonmel. W.B. Kelly, Dublin, 1867, pp.268. original green cloth. Good. 60.00
  9. BURTON, RICHARD. The History of the Kingdom of Ireland. Being an Account of All the Battles, Sieges….. of Our Most Gracious Sovereign, King William… & First Conquest of that nation by King Henry 11. Machell Stace, London, 1811, pp.145 incl index. 2nd ed. Original cloth worn, spine sunned. Portraits & illustrations in v. good condition. 85.00
  10. HARBISON, PETER. Pre-Christian Ireland. From the First Settlers to the Early Celts. Thames & Hudson, London, 1988, pp.208 incl. index. 139 illustrations & drawings by Edelgard Soergel-Harbison. V. good in v. good d.j. 20.00
  11. HARBISON, PETER. The Archaeology of Ireland. Bodley head, London,1976, pp.120 incl. index. Illustrated by Shirley Felts. V. good in V. good d.j. 28.00
  12. HERITY, MICHAEL & GEORGE EOGAN. Ireland in Prehistory. Routledge & kegan Paul, London, pp.302 incl. index. Illustrated. V. good in v. good d.j. 48.00
  13. HUGHES, KATHLEEN. Early Christian Ireland; Introduction to the Sources. The sources of history, London, 1972, pp.315 incl. bib. Ex Libris. Title page torn. Good in good d.j. 60.00
  14. AN IRISH DEMOCRAT: Provincial Self-Government Versus Home Rule. Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd., 1913. 120pp. p.b.  25.00
  15. ANDERSON, SIR ROBERT: Sidelights On The Home Rule Movement. Popular edition. Hodder & Stoughton, 118pp. Cloth. 40.00
  16. ANONYMOUS. Pacata Hibernia; or, A History of the Wars in Ireland During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth Taken from the Original Chronicles. Hibernia Press Co., Dublin, 1810, pp.708. 2nd ed. Illustrated. Rebound in modern cloth, label on spine. Some foxing, good. 165.00
  17. ARMOUR, W.S: Armour Of Ballymoney. Duckworth, 1934. 396pp. Cloth. 40.00
  18. AUTHOR OF BRITANNIA AFTER THE ROMANS: An Essay On The Neodruidic Heresy In Britannia. Part The First. London: Henry G. Bohn, 238pp. Cloth. 65.00
  19. BLACKALL, MAJOR S.W: Labour On The Land; Containing A Plan For The Employment Of The Destitute Poor On Agricultural Occupations; With Observations On The Workings Of The Present Systems. Addressed To The Royal Agricultural Society Of Ireland. Dublin: William Curry, Jun. & Co., 1846. 36pp. Cloth. 65.00
  20. BOND, EDWARD A: Great Britain And Ireland During The Middle Ages. By the Authority of Her Majesty's Treasury, 1868. 433pp. Cloth 48.00
  21. BROOKE, WILLIAM G: The Landlord And Tenant (Ireland) Act 1870, With Introduction, Notes, Explanations And An Index. Dublin: Hodges, Foster & Co., 1870. 140pp. Slightly worn. 35.00
  22. BURKE, EDMUND. A Letter from Mr. Burke to a Member of the National Assembly in Answer to Some Objections to his Book on French Affairs. Paris Printed, Dublin reprint by Porter, 1791, pp.60. Modern cloth, good. 60.00
  23. BURKE, EDMUND. A Letter to a Noble Lord on the Attacks Made Upon him & his Pension in the House of Lords by the Duke of Bedford & the Earl of Lauderdale. London, 1796, pp.80. Modern quarter calf. Last page defective. Near good. 45.00
  24. BURKE, EDMUND. A Letter to his Grace the Duke of Portland on the Conduct of the Minority in Parliament containing 54 Articles of Impeachment against the Rt. Hon. CJ Fox. From the original copy in the Possession of the Duke. London, 1797, pp.94. Modern quarter calf. Good. 65.00
  25. BURKE, EDMUND. A Letter to his Grace the Duke of Portland on the Conduct of the Minority in Parliament containing 54 Articles of Impeachment against the Rt. Hon. CJ Fox. From the original copy in the Possession of the Duke. London, 1797, pp.94. Modern quarter calf. Subtitle torn. 60.00
  26. BURKE, EDMUND. Mr Burke's Speech on the 1st December 1783 Upon the Question for the Speaker's Leaving the Chair, in Order for the House to Resolve Itself into a Committee on Mr. Fox's Last India Bill. White, Dublin, 1784, pp.105. Rebound in modern cloth. Text browned, good. 85.00
  27. BURKE, EDMUND. Speech of Edmund Burke. A Plan for the Better Scrutiny of the Independence of Parliament & the Economic Reformation of the Civil & other Establishments. Company of Booksellers, Dublin, 1780, pp.95. Rebound in recent cloth. V. good. 55.00
  28. BURKE, EDMUND. The Works of Edmund Burke, 6 Vols. Henry Bohn, London, 1865, pp.512/p.558/pp.538/pp.533/pp.544/pp.570. All half morocco with marble boards, marble front & end papers, marble edged. Edges somewhat buffed. V. nice. 275.00
  29. BURKE, EDMUND. Two letters from the Right Hon. Mr. Burke on the French Revolution: One to the Translator of his Reflections on the Revolution in France; the Other to Captain W. on the Same Subject. P. Wogan & Others, Dublin, 1791, pp.188. Rebound in quarter calf. V. good. 65.00
  30. BURKE, EDMUND. Two letters from the Right Hon. Mr. Burke on the French Revolution: One to the Translator of his Reflections on the Revolution in France; the Other to Captain W. on the Same Subject. P. Wogan & Others, Dublin, 1791, pp.188. Bound in modern cloth. Good. 65.00
  31. BURKE, VERY REV. THOMAS N: Refutation On Froude And Other Lectures. Ireland's Vidication. London: Burns & Oates & Washbourne Ltd., 287pp. Cloth. 16.00
  32. CASE, JOHN CARROLL: Londonderry, Ireland And The Famous Siege. N.P., board. 16.50
  33. CHANT, JOY: The High Kings. Bantam Books, 1983. d.w. 40.00
  34. CHARLES, WILLIAM & EARL FITZWILLIAM. Correspondence of the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, 4 vols. Francis & John Rivington, London, 1844, pp.518/pp.492/pp.538/pp.554 incl. Index. Original cloth all, some wearing & sunning to spines, otherwise v. good. 175.00
  35. CHRETIEN, DOUGLAS. The Battle Book of the O'Donnells. California, University of California, 1935, pp.48. Original Cloth. Spine slightly sunned otherwise v. good. 75.00
  36. COFFEY, GEORGE: Guide To The Celtic Antiquities Of The Christian Period Preserved In The National Museum , Dublin. Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1909. 95pp. Cloth. 16.50
  37. CROMWELL, OLIVER, Histoire D'Oliver Cromwell. Claude Barbin, Paris, 1791, pp.432. Full leather, raised bands, boards stamped. One leaf missing from back. V. good.   450.00
  38. DAHL, LOUIS H: The Roman Camp And The Irish Saint At Burgh Castle With Local History. London: Jarrold & Sons, 1913. 248pp. Cloth. 25.00
  39. F.E.R. Historical Reminiscences of Dublin Castle from 849 to 1895. Sealy, Bryers & Walker, Dublin, 1897, pp.111. 3rd ed. Illustrated. Gilt edged, rebound in attractive modern cloth. Good. 9.50
  40. GINNELL, LAURENCE: The Doubtful Grant Of Ireland. Dublin: Fallon & Co., 1899. 160pp. Cloth. 25.00
  41. GREEN, ALIC STOPFORD: The Making Or Ireland And Its Undoing 1200 - 1600. Ireland, Cloth. 18.00
  42. GRIERSON, FRANCIS: The Celtic Temperament. And Other Essays. Fourth edition. John Lane & Co. & Bell & Cockburn, 1913. 175pp. Cloth. 38.00
  43. HARDIMAN, JAMES: A Catalogue Of Maps, Charts And Plans, Relating To Ireland, Preserved Amongst The Manuscripts In The Library Of Trinity College, Dublin, With Preliminary Observations. Read April 12, 1824. N.P., 1824. 77pp. Cloth. 40.00
  44. HAYDON, FRANK SCOTT: The Chronicles And Memorials Of Great Britain And Ireland. By thehe Authority of Her Majesty's Treasury, 1858. 438pp. Cloth. 45.00
  45. HOGAN, JAMES: Negociations De M. Le Comte D'Avaux En Ireland 1689 - 90. Supplementary Volume. Dublin: Stationary Office For The Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1958. 113pp. Cloth. 30.00
  46. KELLY, REV. MATTHEW. Cambrensis Eversus, Seu Potius Historica Fides in Rebus Hibernicus Giraldo Cambrensi Abrogata. 3 Vols. Celtic Society, Dublin, 1848, pp.515/pp.793/pp.575. Illustrated. Bellew binding, full calf. Marble front & end pages, marble edged. Boards stamped & gold embossed. V.good. 600.00
  47. LAMPSON, G. LOCKER: A Consideration Of The State Of Ireland In The Nineteenth Century. 1st edition. London: Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd., 1907. 699pp. Cloth. Ex. library. 45.00
  48. LONGFIELD, A.K: Fitzwilliam Accounts 1560 - 65. (Annesley Collection). Dublin: Stationary Office For The Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1960. 138pp. Cloth. 28.00
  49. MAC NIOCAILL: Crown Surveys Of Lands 1540 - 41. With The Kildare Rental Begun In 1518. Dublin: Irish Manuscript's Commission, 1992. 443pp. d.w. 30.00
  50. MACMANUS, M.J: Irish Cavalcade. 1550 - 1850. London: Macmillan & Co., 1939. 320pp. Cloth. 21.00
  51. MARTIN, CECIL P. Prehistoric Man in Ireland. MacMillan & Co., London, 1935, pp.184. Ex Libris. Original cloth, photographic plates. Spine sunned and bottom chipped. Front board damp stained otherwise good. 75.00
  52. MCNEILL, CHARLES: Register Of Chapter Acts Of The Hospital Of Saint John Of Jerusalem In Ireland 1326 - 1339 Under The Grand Prior, Sir Roger Outlawe. The Stationary Office, 172pp. Cloth. 30.00
  53. MEEHAN, REV. C.P. The Fate & Fortunes of Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone & Tyrconnel. Sadlier & Co., New York, 1868, pp.582. Ex Libris. Original cloth. Spine gold embossed & a little sunned. V. good. 48.00
  54. MEREDITH, GEORGE: Celt And Saxon. London: Constable & Co., 1927. 297pp. Cloth. 10.00
  55. M'SPARRAN, ARCHIBALD: The Irish Legend Of M'Donnell And The Norman De Borgos:. A Biographical Tale. Glasgow: Cameron, Ferguson & Co., 215pp. Rebound. Retaining original boards. 35.00
  56. MURPHY, REV DENIS. Cromwell in Ireland. A History of Cromwell's Campaign in Ireland. GILL & Son, Dublin, 1885, pp.478. Original cloth. Folding maps. Bumping to top/bottom of spine. V. good.   65.00
  57. O'MAHONY, CHARLES: The Viceroys Of Ireland. The Story Of The Long Line Of Noblemen And Their Wives Who Have Ruled Ireland And Irish Society For Over Seven Hundred Years. John Long, 352pp. Cloth. 28.00
  58. VITO, STEFANO. Apologia Pro Hibernia Adversus Cambri Calumnias. Sive Fabularum et Famosorum Libellorum Silvestri Giraldi Cambrensis. O'Daly, Dublin, 1849, pp.260. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, new front & end papers. Single library stamp on title page. Good. 75.00

 HISTORICAL BIOGRAPHY 

  1. ANONYMOUS. The Life of William Henry Harrison (of Ohio), The People's Candidate for the Presidency, with a History of the Wars with the British & Indians on our North-Western Frontier. Quarto. 2nd ed. Rebound in attractive modern quarter cloth. Text a little browned. Good. 60.00
  2. AUCHMUTY, JAMES JOHNSTON: Lecky. A Biographical And Critical Essay. Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1945. 134pp. d.w. 16.50
  3. BARTON, SIR DUNBAR PLUMKET: Timothy Healy. Memories And Anecodotes. The Talbot Press Ltd. & Faber & Faber Ltd., 127pp. d.w. 25.00
  4. BROKESBY, FRANCIS. The Life of Mr. Henry Dodwell with an Account of his Works. Richard Smith, London, 1715, pp.638. Original full leather, gilt embossed spine, marble front & end papers. Very little wearing. Top half inch of title page missing. Good. 195.00
  5. BROMAGE, MARY C: De Valera And The March Of A Nation. The Noonday Press, 1956. 328pp. d.w.  20.00
  6. BROWN, JOHN PATRICK. The MacLaughlins of Clan Owen; A Study in Irish History. W.J. Schofield, Boston, 1879, pp.87 incl. index. Original brown cloth. Stamped boards, bumped edges. 100.00
  7. BUCKLEY, REV. M.B: The Life And Writings Of The Rev. Arthur O'Leary. James Duffy, 1868. 410pp. Cover soiled. 18.00
  8. CARDOZO, NANCY: Luckey Eyes And A High Heart. The Life Of Maud Gonne. The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1978. 468pp. d.w. 20.00
  9. CLARKE, DESMOND: Arhut Dobbs Esquire 1689 - 1765. The Bodley Head, 1958. 232pp. Cloth. 16.50
  10. COOGAN, TIM PAT. DeValera: Long Fellow, Long Shadow. Hutchinson, London, 1993, pp.772 incl. Index. New. Modern quarter calf, raised bands, marble boards. 175.00
  11. COSTELLO, NUALA: John Machale. Archbishop Of Tuam. The Talbot Press Ltd., 1939. 159pp. Cloth. 15.00
  12. COULTER, E. MERTON: William Montague Browne. Versatile Anglo-Irish American 1823 - 1883. University Of Georgia Press, 1967. 328pp. d.w. 30.00 
  13. CURRAN, M.P: Life Of Patrick A. Collins. With Some Of His Most Notable Public Addresses. 1st edition. The Norwood Press, 1906. 276pp. Cloth. 35.00
  14. DANGERFIRLD, GEORGE: The Damnable Question. A Study In Anglo-Irish Relations. London: Constable, 1977. 400pp. d.w. 20.00
  15. DE C. PARMITER, GEOFFREY: Roger Casement. Arthur Barker Ltd., 1936. 376pp. Cloth. 25.00
  16. De MOLEYNS, THOMAS. The Landowner's & Agent's Practical Guide. E. Ponsonby, Dublin, 1872, pp.560. 6th ed. Rebound recent cloth, new front & end papers. Title page & f.e.p damp stained. Good. 50.00
  17. DE VALERA, EAMON: The Earl Of Longford & Thomas P. O'Neill. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1971. 499pp. d.w. 28.00 
  18. DICKINSON, EMILY MONROE: A Patriot's Mistake. Being Personal Recollections Of The Parnell Family. John Lane Co., 243pp. Cloth. 25.00 
  19. DIGBY, MARGARET: Horace Plunkett. An Anglo-American Irishman. Basil Blackwell, 1949. 314pp. Cloth. 20.00 
  20. EGREMONT, MAX: The Cousins. The Friendship, Opinions And Activities Of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt And George Wyndham. Collins, 1977. 320pp. d.w. 20.00 
  21. ERVINE, ST. JOHN: Parnell. London: Ernest Benn Ltd., 1925. 341pp. Cloth. 25.00 
  22. FARRAGHER, SEAN P: Dev And His Alma Mater. Eamon de Valera's Lifelong Association With Blackrock College 1898 - 1975. Paraclete Press, 1984. 236pp. d.w. 25.00
  23. FITZGIBBON, CONSTANTINE: The Life And Times Of Eamon De Valera. Gill And Macmillan, 1973. 150pp. d.w. 18.00
  24. FITZHENRY, EDNA C: Henry Joy McCracken. Inscribed and signed. The Talbot Press Ltd., 1936. 164pp. d.w. 30.00
  25. FOGARTY, L: Father John Kenyon. A Patriot Priest Of Forty-Eight. Mahon's Printing Works, 186pp. d.w. 25.00
  26. FOGARTY, L: James Fintan Lalor. Patriot And Political Essayist - Collected Writings. The Talbot Press Ltd., 1947. 147pp. d.w. 25.00 
  27. FOX, R.M. James Connolly: The Forerunner. Kerryman, Tralee, 1946, pp.252. Quarter cloth, light blue boards. Spine torn where attached to front board, otherwise good. 38.00
  28. FOX, R.M: Jim Larkin. Irish Labor Leader. First U.S. edition. International Publishers Inc., 1957. 182pp. d.w. 35.00
  29. FOX, R.M: Louis Bennett. Her Life And Times. The Talbot Press Ltd., 123pp. d.w. 25.00
  30. GREAVES, C. DESMOND. The Life & Times of James Connolly. Lawrence & Wishart, London, 1961, pp.363 incl. index. V. good in good d.j. 48.00
  31. GWYNN, DENIS: Traitor Or Patriot. The Life And Death Of Roger Casement. Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1931. 444pp. Cloth. 30.00
  32. GWYNN, DENNIS: The Life And Death Of Roger Casement. London: Newnes, 320pp. Cloth. 25.00
  33. HASLIP, JOAN: Parnell. A Biography. Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1937. 405pp. d.w. 20.00
  34. HASLIP, JOAN: Parnell. A Biography. London: Cobden-Sanderson, 1936. 406pp. Cloth. 16.50
  35. HENNESSY, MAURICE: The Rajah From Tipperary. St. Martin's Press, 1971. 183pp. d.w. 25.00
  36. HITCHMAN, JANET: They Carried The Sword. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1966. 160pp. d.w. 10.50
  37. HONE, J.M: Thomas Davis. Gerald Duckworth & Co., 1934. 119pp. Cloth. 12.50
  38. HYDE, H.M: The Rise Of Castlereagh. Macmillan & Co., 1933. 478pp. Cloth. 12.00
  39. INGLIS, BRIAN: Roger Casement. Hodder & Stoughton, 1973. 448pp. d.w. 28.00
  40. INGRAMS, RICHARD: John Stewart Collis. A Memoir. London: Chatto & Windus, 1986. 157pp. d.w. Fine. 16.00
  41. JOYCE, REV. P.J: John Healy. Archbishop Of Tuam. M.H. Gil & Son Ltd., 1931. 330pp. Cloth. 20.00
  42. KEETON, GEORGE W: Trial For Treason. London: MacDonald, 1959. 256pp. d.w. 20.00
  43. KETTLE, L.J: The Material For Victory. Being The Memoirs Of Andrew J. Kettle. C.J. Fallon, 1958. 132pp. d.w. 20.00
  44. LEVENSON, SAMUEL: Maud Gonne. Cassell, 1976. 436pp. d.w. 22.00
  45. LONGFORD, ELIZABETH: A Pilgrimage Of Passion. The Life Of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. Alfred A. Knopf, 1980. 466pp. d.w. 16.00
  46. LUBY, THOMAS CLARKE. Life of Daniel O'Connell. McMenamy, Hess & MacDavitt, New York, 1872, pp.949. Ex libris. Illustrated. Rebound in modern half calf, label on spine, marble edged, V.good. 135.00
  47. LYONS, F.S.L: John Dillon. A Biography. Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968. 515pp. d.w. Ex. Libris. 38.00
  48. LYONS, F.S.L: The Fall of Parnell. 1890-91. University Of Toronto Press, 1960. 362pp. Cloth. Ex. library. 16.00
  49. MACCALL, SEAMUS: Irish Mitchel: A Biography. Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd., 1938. 390pp. Cloth. 28.00
  50. MACCOLL, RENE: Roger Casement. A New Judgement. First edition. Hamish Hamilton, 1956. 328pp. Cloth. 25.00
  51. MACDONAGH, MICHAEL: The Life Of Daniel O'Connell. Cassell & Co., 426pp. Cloth. 45.00
  52. MACINTYRE, ANGUS: The Liberator. Daniel O'Connell And The Irish Party 1830 - 1847. Hamish Hamilton, 1965. 348pp. d.w. 28.00
  53. MACMANUS, M.J: Eamon De Valera. A Biography. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1944. 192pp. d.w. 15.00
  54. MAHONEY, THOMAS H.D: Edmund Burke And Ireland. Harvard University Press, 1960. 412pp. d.w. 25.00
  55. MARJORIBANKS, EDWARD: The Life Of Lord Carson. Volume 1. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1932. 454pp. Cloth. 6.50
  56. MARLOW, JOYCE: The Uncrowned Queen Of Ireland. The Life Of Kitty O'Shea. E.P. Dutton & Co., 1975. 334pp. d.w. 25.00
  57. MC CULLAGH, W TORRENS. Memoirs of the Right Honourable Richard Lalor Shiel, 2 Vols. Colburn, London, 1855, pp.387/pp.374. Half calf, marble boards. Wearing to edges & spines, spine of vol. 1 slightly cracked. 80.00
  58. MCALEER, EDWARD C: The Sensitive Plant. A Life Of Lady Mount Cashell. Universit Of North Carolina Press, 1958. 242pp. d.w. 25.00
  59. MCCAFFREY, LAWRENCE J: Daniel O'Connell And The Repeal Year. University Of Kentucky Press, 1966. 248pp. d.w. 28.00
  60. MCHUGH, ROGER J: Henry Grattan. Gerald Duckworth & Co. & The Talbot Press, 1936. 192pp. Cloth. 12.50
  61. MCNEILL, MARY: Vere Foster. University Of Alabama Press, 1971. 258pp. d.w. 21.00
  62. MORGEN, AUSTEN. James Connolly: A Political Biography. Manchester University Press, 1988, pp.244 incl. index. As new. 40.00
  63. MURRAY, REV. ROBERT H: Edmund Burke. A Biography. Oxford University Press, 1931. 423pp. Cloth. 30.00
  64. NOYES, ALFRED: The Accusing Ghost Or Justice For Casement. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1957. 191pp. d.w. 25.00
  65. O'BRIEN, R. BARRY: The Life Of Lord Russell Of Killowen. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1901. 405pp. Cloth. 15.00
  66. O'BRIEN, R. BARRY: Thomas Drummond. Under-Secretary In Ireland 1835-40. London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1889. 400pp. Cloth. 25.00
  67. O'BRION, LEON: The Chief Secretary. Augustine Birrell In Ireland. Archon Books, 1970. 232pp. d.w. 25.00
  68. O'DOHERTY, KATHERINE: Assignment: America. De Valera's Mission To The United States. De Tanko Publishers Inc., 1957. 197pp. d.w.   35.00
  69. O'FAOLAIN, SEAN: Newman's Way. The Odyssey Of John Henry Newman. The Devin-Adair Co., 1952. 335pp. d.w. 15.00
  70. O'FAOLAIN, SEAN: The Great O'Neill. A Biography Of Hugh O'Neill, Earl Of Tyrone 1550 - 1616. Inscribed. Longmans, Green & Co., 1942. 284pp. d.w. 38.00
  71. O'FLAHERTY, LIAM: The Life Of Tim Healy. Jonathan Cape, 320pp. Cloth. 25.00
  72. O'HENARTY, P.S: John Mitchel. An Appreciation, With Some Account Of Young Ireland. Maunsel & Co., 1917. 135pp. Cloth. 21.00
  73. O'KEEFE, JOHN. Recollections of the Life of John O'Keefe, 2 Vols. Ex libris. London, Henry Colburn, 1826, pp.407/pp.428. Rebound in modern cloth. Foxed edges, frontis. & title page otherwise good. 95.00
  74. PARNELL, JOHN HOWARD: Charles Stewart Parnell. A Memoir. London: Constable & Co., 1921. 312pp. Cloth. 30.00
  75. PHILLIPS, CHARLES: Curran And Hus Contemporaries. Bew York: Harper & Brothers, 1851. 451pp. Cloth. 48.00
  76. PLUMMER, ALFRED: Bronterre. A Political Biography Of Bronterre O'Brien 1804 - 1864. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1971. 292pp. d.w. 28.00
  77. PRIOR, JAMES. Memoir of the Life & Character of the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke with Specimens of his Poetry & Letters. 2 Vols. Baldwin, Craddock & Joy, London, 1826, pp.519/548 incl. Index. Half calf, marble boards. Edges bumped & scarred. Good. 195.00
  78. ROBINSON, F.N, ed. The Irish Lives of Guy of Warick & Bevis of Hampton, from the Zeitschrift Fur Celtische Philologie. Halle, 1907, pp.338. Original cloth. Top/bottom of spine slightly chipped. Good. 85.00
  79. ROBINSON, F.N, ed. The Irish Lives of Guy of Warick & Bevis of Hampton, from the Zeitschrift Fur Celtische Philologie. Halle, 1907, pp.338. Original cloth. Top/bottom of spine slightly chipped. Good. 85.00
  80. RUSSELL, LADY RACHEL. Letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the Manuscript in the Library at Woodburn Abbey, to Which are Prefixed an Introduction, Vindicating the Character of Lord Russell Against Sir John Dalrymple & Co. and the Trial of Lord William Russell for High Treason. Mawman, London, 1801, pp.351. Full calf, Gold embossed spine. Front board a little loose. Good. 75.00
  81. SEVERN, BILL: Irish Statesman And Rebel. The Two Lives Of Eamon De Valera. Ives Washburn Inc,., 1970. 184pp. d.w. 18.00
  82. STEFFAN, JACK: The Long Fellow. The Story Of The Great Irish Patriot, Eamon De Valera. Macmillan, 1966. 197pp. d.w. 30.00
  83. STOKES, WILLIAM. William Stokes, His Life & Work. Longmans, Green & Co., New York, 1898, pp.239 + index. Original cloth, gilt embossed front board & spine. Edges somewhat worn. V.good. 85.00
  84. TIERNEY, MARK: Croke Of Cashel. The Life Of Archbishop Thomas William Croke, 1823 - 1902. Gill & Macmillan, 1976. 293pp. d.w. 20.00
  85. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Seventy Years Young. Memories Of Elizabeth, Countess Of Fingall. Collins, 1938. 440pp. Cloth. 30.00
  86. WHITE, TERENCE DE VERE: The Road Of Excess. Browne & Nolan Ltd., 393pp. d.w. 30.00
  87. WOODGATE, M.V: The Abbe Edgeworth. 1747 - 1807. Longmans, Green & Co., 1946. 202pp. d.w. 18.00

MODERN IRELAND 

  1. ANONYMOUS [THE TIMES]. The Parnellite Split or the Disruption of the Irish Parliamentary Party. London, The Times & George Routledge, 1891, pp.196. Original cloth. Gilt stamped front board, back board blind stamped. V. good. 48.00
  2. ARNOLD, ARTHUR: The Land And The People. Manchester: Co-Operative Printing Society Ltd., 1887. Cloth. 25.00 
  3. BODKIN, M. MC D. True Man & Traitor or The Rising of Robert Emmet. Talbot, Dublin, Fisher Unwin, London, 1921, pp.315. Poor. 20.00
  4. BREEN, DAN. My Fight for Irish Freedom. Talbot, Dublin, 1946, pp.258. Quarter cloth, green boards. Good. 30.00
  5. BYRON, LESLEY: Opportunist Sinn Feiners. Health Cranton Ltd., 134pp. Cloth. 20.00
  6. CARROLL, JOSEPH T: Ireland In The War Years 1939 - 1945. David & Charles, 1975. 190pp. d.w. 16.00
  7. CARTY, JAMES, ed. Ireland from the Great Famine to the Treaty of 1921. A Documentary Record. Fallon, Dublin, 1951, pp.246 incl. index. Good in d.j. 15.00
  8. CEARNACH, CONALL: The Age Of Whitewash. M.H. Gill & Son Ltd., 1921. 110pp. d.w. 10.50
  9. CHAYTOR, D.G: The Law And Practice Relating To The Variation Of Tithe Rent-Charges In Ireland. Dublin: Sweet & Maxwell, 1897. 252pp. Cloth. 38.00
  10. CHRISTIAN, THE RIGHT HON. J: The Coming Court Of Final Appeal For Ireland. London: Stevens & Haynes, 1874. 58pp. Cloth. 21.00
  11. COOGAN, TIMOTHY PATRICK. Ireland Since the Rising. Pall Mall, London, 1966, pp.355 incl. index. V. good in v. good d.j. Includes press cuttings. 45.00
  12. DAVITT, MICHAEL. The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland or The Story of the Land League Revolution. Harper, London & New York, 1904, pp.751 incl. index. Original green cloth, spine sunned. Good. 65.00
  13. DENEHY, WILLIAM F, ed. Irish International Exhibition 1907. Healy's, Dublin, 1909, pp.353. Rebound in recent cloth. Damp damaged. 16.50
  14. DEVOY, JOHN. Irish Land League. Patterson & Nielson, New York, 1882, pp.552. Illustrated. Large quarto. Modern quarter calf, raised bands, spine gold embossed, marble boards, gilt edged. V. good. 495.00
  15. DUFFY, JAMES. Essays on the Repeal of the Union. James Duffy, Dublin, 1845, pp.402. Original cloth boards blind stamped, recased with new endpapers, label on spine. Edges worn, v. good.  65.00
  16. DUIGENAN, PATRICK. An Answer to the address of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, Ex-Representative of the City of Dublin in Parliament to His Fellow Citizens of Dublin. J. Milliken, Dublin, 1798, pp.303. Original full leather. Minimal cracking of spine to back board. Good. 195.00
  17. EDWARDS, OWEN DUDLEY & FERGUS PYLE, eds. 1916, The Easter Rising. MacGibbon & Kee, London, 1968, pp.271. V. good in sunned d.j. 45.00
  18. FARRELL, BRIAN, ed. The Irish Parliamentary Tradition. With Three Essays on the Treaty Debate by F.S.L. Lyons. Gill & MacMillan, Dublin, 1973, pp.286 incl. app. Pristine. 45.00
  19. FITZGERALD, GARRETT. Towards A New Ireland. Charles Knight, London, 1972, pp.190 incl. index. 1st ed. V. good in good d.j. Includes press cuttings. 30.00
  20. FITZGIBBON, CONSTANTINE. Out of the Lion's Paw. Ireland Wins Her Freedom. American Heritage, New York, 1969, pp.125 incl. index. Photographic illustrations. Good. 18.00
  21. FITZGIBBON, GERALD: The Land Difficulty Of Ireland, With An Effort To Solve It. London: Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, 1869. 84pp. Cloth. 65.00 
  22. GALLAGHER, FRANK: The Anglo-Irish Treaty. Hutchinson Of London, 1965. 205pp. d.w. 20.00
  23. GALLAGHER, FRANK: The Indivisible Island. The History Of The Partition Of Ireland. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1957. 316pp. d.w. 20.00
  24. GALLAGHER, MICHAEL. The Irish Labour Party in Transition, 1957-82. Gill & MacMillan, Dublin, 1982, pp.326 incl. index. V. good in v. good d.j. 28.00
  25. GIBBONS, JOHN: Ireland - The New Ally. Dublin: Brown & Nolan Ltd., 1938. 286pp. Cloth. 20.00 
  26. GLADSTONE, RT. HON. W.E: The Irish Land Bill. Speech. The National Press Agency Ltd., 38pp. Cloth. 18.00 
  27. GRATTAN, HENRY. An Answer to a Pamphlet Entitled The Speech of the Earl of Clare, on the Subject of a Legislative Union Between Great Britain & Ireland. Moore, Dublin, 1800, pp.44. Rebound in attractive modern cloth, new front & end papers. 5th ed. Good.   65.00
  28. GREEN, ALICE STOPFORD: Irish Nationality. Williams & Norgate, 256pp. Cloth. 5.00
  29. GRIFFITH, ARTHUR, ed. Meagher of the Sword. Speeches of Thomas Francis Meagher in Ireland, 1846-1848. Gill & Son, Dublin, 1916, pp.352 incl. index. Original green cloth, spine somewhat sunned. Good. 35.00
  30. HACKETT, FRANCIS: Ireland. A Study In Nationalism. New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1918. 410pp. d.w. 20.00 
  31. HARKNESS, D.W: The Restless Dominion. The Irish Free State And The British Commonwealth Of Nations, 1921-31. New York University Press, 1970. 312pp. Cloth. 28.00
  32. HOLT, EDGAR: Protest In Arms. The Irish Troubles 1916 - 1923. Coward-McCann Inc., 1960. 328pp. d.w. 25.00
  33. KENDLE, JOHN: Walter Long, Ireland And The Union 1905 - 1920. McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992. 246pp. Cloth. 49.95
  34. KETTLE, THOMAS M: The Day's Burden. Studies, Literary & Political And Miscellaneous Essays. Browne & Nolan Ltd., 1937. 218pp. Cloth. 18.00
  35. KING, CLIFFORD: The Orange And The Green. London: MacDonald, 1965. 192pp. Cloth. 21.00
  36. LE ROUX, LOUIS N. TRANS. BY DESMOND RYAN. The Life of Patrick Pearse. Phoenix, Dublin, n.d., pp.440 incl. index. Text edge speckled. Original cloth. Good. 40.00
  37. LEBOW, RICHARD NED: White Britain And Black Ireland. The Influence Of Sterotypes On Colonial Policy. Institute For The Study Of Human Issues, 1976. 152pp. Cloth. 16.50
  38. LITTLE, DR. GEORGE A. Malachi Moran Remembers. Gill & Son, Dublin, 1943, pp.157 incl. notes. V. good in d.j. 30.00
  39. LYONS, F.S.L: Ireland Since The Famine. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1971. 852pp. Cloth. 35.00
  40. MACINTYRE, TOM. Through the Bridewell Gate. A Diary of the Dublin Arms Trial. Faber, London, 1971, pp.217 incl. index. V. good in d.j. 28.00
  41. MACLYSAGHT, EDWARD: Changing Times. Ireland Since 1898. Colin Smythe, 1978. 248pp. d.w. 18.00
  42. MACMANUS, FRANCIS: After The Flight. Being Eyewitness Sketches From Irish History From A.D. 1607 - 1916. The Talbot Press Ltd., 1938. 214pp. d.w. 25.00
  43. MACNEILL, J. G. SWIFT: The Irish Parliament. What It Was, And What It Did. Cassell & Co., 1912. 83pp. Cloth. 8.50 
  44. MADDEN, R.R: The United Irishmen, Their Lives And Times. 2 Volumes. London: J. Madden & Co., Cloth. 35.00
  45. MANSERGH, NICHOLAS: The Irish Question. 1840 - 1921. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1940. 316pp. Cloth. 28.00
  46. MARTIN, EDWARD WINSLOW. History of the Great Riots & of the Mollie Maguires. National Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1877, pp.516. Illustrated. Rebound in modern cloth. Original label on spine, original board stamps readhered. Edges a little worn, title page scored , good. 245.00
  47. MARTIN, JOHN: The Quarrel Between Ireland And England. A Lecture Delivered In Dundalk, On 3rd Of October, 1871. Dublin: The Home Government Association, 1872. 16pp. Cloth. 19.00
  48. MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J.F. Irish Land & Irish Liberty. Robert Scott, London, 1911, pp.434 incl. index. Original red cloth. Some damp staining. Top of spine torn. Scarce. 48.00
  49. MCGUIRE, JAMES K: The King, The Kaiser And Irish Freedom. New York: The Devin-Adair Co., 1915. 310pp. Cloth. 18.00
  50. MCHUGH, ROGER, ed. Dublin 1916. Arlington, London, 1966, pp.399 incl. appendix. V. good in good d.j. 45.00
  51. MITCHELL, ARTHUR. Labour in Irish Politics, 1890-1930. Irish University Press, 1974, pp.317 incl. index. V. good in good d.j. 48.00
  52. MONTEITH, CAPT. ROBERT. Casement's Last Adventure. Author, Chicago, 1932, pp.191 + Appendices. Limited ed. V. good in sunned d.j. 48.00
  53. MURRAY, THE REV. ROBERT H: Revoluntionary Ireland And Its Settlement. Macmillan & Co., 1911. 446pp. Cloth. 40.00
  54. MYSTERIES OF IRELAND. A Graphic & Faithful Account of Irish Societies, & Their Plots from the Rebellion of 1798 to the Year 1883… Milner, London, n.d., pp.304. Original stamped boards. Good. Unusual. 48.00
  55. NOWLAN, KEVIN B., ed. The Making of 1916. Studies in the History of the Rising. Stationery Office, Dublin, 1969, pp.338. V. good in v. good d.j. Map. Includes press cuttings. 48.00
  56. O'BRIEN, CONOR CRUISE & FELIKS TOPOLSKI. The United Nations; Sacred Drama. Hutchinson, London, 1968, pp.320. Quarto. Original cloth, illustrated boards. Illustrated. D.j a little torn at edges. Good. 35.00
  57. O'BRIEN, R. BARRY: Dublin Castle And The Irish People. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., 1912. 378pp. Cloth. 35.00 
  58. O'BROIN, LEON. The Chief Secretary. Augustine Birrell in Ireland. Chatto & Windus, London, 1969, pp.232 incl. index. V. good in good d.j. 28.00
  59. O'DONNELL, F. HUGH: A History Of The Irish Parliamentary Party. 2 volumes. Longmans, Green & Co., 1910. 508pp. Cloth. 45.00 
  60. O'DONOGHUE, FLORENCE. No Other Law. The Story of Liam Lynch & the I.R.A, 1916-1923. Irish Press, Dublin, 1954, pp.363 incl. index. Good in original blue cloth. 48.00
  61. O'DWYER, CARLEW: Belgium In 1828 - Ireland In 1851. London: Dolman, 1851. 46pp. Cloth.  35.00
  62. O'HALPIN, EUNAN. The Decline of the Union. British Government in Ireland, 1892-1920. Gill & MacMillan, 1987, pp.258 incl. index. V. good in v. good d.j. 45.00
  63. ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS DETECTIVES: The Great Cronin Mystery Or The Irish Patriot's Fate. Larid & Lee, 1889. 527pp. Cloth. 38.00
  64. O'SHEA, KATHARINE. [MRS. CHARLES STEWART PARNELL]. Charles Stewart parnell. His Love Story & Political Life, 2 vols. Cassell, London, 1914, pp.275/pp.289 incl. index. Original cloth dampstained. 48.00
  65. O'SHIEL, KEVIN R: The Making Of A Republic. Dublin: The Talbot Press Ltd., 1920. 150pp. Cloth. 15.00 
  66. PEARSE, P.H. The Complete Works of Pearse. 5 vols. Songs of the Irish Rebels, St. Enda's & Its Founder, Plays Stories Poems, Scribhini, & Political Writings & Speeches. All in original cloth and from the Phoenix Ed. of 1924. Good. 30.00 Each
  67. PHILIPS, CURRAN & GRATTAN. Irish Eloquence. The Speeches of the Celebrated Irish Orators Philips, Curran & Grattan. To which is Added the Powerful Appeal of Robert Emmett at the Close of his Trial for High Treason. Thomas Desilver & Co. Philadelphia, 1853, pp.370. Original full leather, worn. Front board detaching. 75.00
  68. POSTGATE, R.W: Revolution From 1789 - 1906. Documents Selected And Edited With Notes And Introduction. London: Grant Richards Ltd., 1920. 397pp. Cloth. 45.00 
  69. PROTESTS OF IRISH PATRIOTISM. Speeches from the Dock. Gill & Son, Dublin, n.d., pp.488. Good in original wraps. 28.00
  70. RUSSELL, T.W: Ireland And The Empire. A Review 1800 - 1900. London: Grant Richards, 1901. 284pp. Cloth.   18.00 
  71.  RYAN, A.P: Mutiny At The Curragh. London: Macmillan & Co., 1956. 221pp. Cloth. 25.00
  72. RYAN, DESMOND, ed. The Story of A Success. Being a Record of St. Enda's College Sept. 1908 - Easter 1916. By Padraic Pearse. Maunsell, Dublin, 1920, pp.127 incl. app. 3rd ed. Quarter cloth, grey boards. Edges bumped. Good. 25.00
  73. RYAN, DESMOND. Sean Treacy & the Third Tipperary Brigade I.R.A. Anvil Books, Tralee, 1945, pp.223 incl. index. 2nd ed. P.b. illustrated. Includes press cuttings. Good. 18.00
  74. RYAN, DESMOND: The Phoenix Flame. A Study Of Fenianism And John Devoy. London: Arthur Barker Ltd., 1937. 336pp. Cloth. 30.00 
  75. RYAN, W.P. The Irish Labour Movement. Talbot, Dublin, n.d., pp.265. Edges bumped. 18.00
  76. SAMUELS, ARTHUR WARREN: Home Rule Finance. An Examination Of The Financial Bearings Of The Government Of Ireland Bill, 1912. Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd., 1912. 334pp. Original printed wrappers.   20.00
  77. SIGERSON, GEORGE: The Last Independent Parliament Of Ireland. With Account Of The Survival Of The Nation And Its Lifework. Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son Ltd., 1919. 207pp. Cloth. 16.50 
  78. SKEFFINGTON, FRANCIS SHEEHY: In Dark And Evil Days. Dublin: James Duffy & Co. Ltd., 1936. 237pp. Cloth. 25.00 
  79. SPENCER, JOSHUA: Thoughts On An Union. Third edition. Dublin, 1798. 35pp. Cloth.   65.00
  80. SULLIVAN, A.M: New Ireland. J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1878. 532pp. Cloth. 30.00 
  81. THE EARL OF MIDLETON: Ireland - Dupe Or Heroine. London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1932. 174pp. Cloth. Cover slightly soiled. 8.50 
  82. TOWNSEND, MOLLY: Not By Bullets And Bayonets. Cobbett's Writings On The Irish Question 1795 - 1835. London: Sheed & Ward, 1983. 120pp. d.w. 18.00
  83. TURNER, EDWARD RAYMOND: Ireland And England. In The Past And At Present. New York: The Century Co., 1919. 480pp. Cloth. 21.00 
  84. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: A Letter To The Right Hon. Lord John Russell, On The Future Prospects Of Ireland. London: W.J. Cleaver, 16pp. Cloth. 30.00 
  85. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: A Rought And Ready Guide To The Sayings And Doings Of The Recess In Ireland. The Recess Series, 1887-8. The Irish Loyal & Patriotic Union, 1888. 135pp. Cloth. 21.00
  86. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Ireland - No. VIII. Part I - Liberal Ministers On Home Rule. Part Ii - Liberal Ministerial Promises. The Irish Loyal And Patriotic Union, 1886. 37pp. Cloth. 18.00
  87. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: The Home Rule Instalment Bill. And Its Rejection By Home Rulers. The Irish Unionist Alliance, 1907. Cloth. 35.00
  88. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: The Land Question, Ireland. No. III - Facts And Figures. London: William Ridgway & Hodges Figgis, & Co., 1880. 40pp. Cloth. 22.00
  89. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: The Speech Of Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox In The House Of Commons On The Irish Resolutions On Thursday, May 12th 1785. To Which He Added An Authentic Copy Of The Resolutions As Originally Proposed And Now Altered By Mr. Chancellor Pitt. Dublin, 1785. 61pp. Cloth. 60.00
  90. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: What The Irish Parliament Can Do Under The Home Rule Bill. The Liberal Unionst Association For The East And North Of Scotland, 8pp. Cloth. 12.50
  91. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Wolfe Tone Annual. 24th Year Irish Teoin 1956 - A Man Of The People. Brian O'Higgins, 127pp. p.b. 10.00
  92. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Wolfe Tone Annual. My Songs And Myself. Brian O'Higgins, 1949. 160pp. p.b. 10.00
  93. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Wolfe Tone Annual. Orr And Emmet. Brian O'Higgins, 1953. 124pp. p.b. 10.00
  94. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Wolfe Tone Annual. Salute To Roger Casement. Brian O'Higgins, 64pp. p.b. 10.00
  95. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Wolfe Tone Annual. What Happened On St. Patrick's Day, 1858? What Was The I.R.B.? Who Were The Fenians? Brian O'Higgins, 1958. 128pp. p.b. 10.00
  96. VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS: Young Ireland Reader. Browne & Nolan Ltd., 174pp. Cloth. 25.00
  97. WEBB, THOS.E: The Irish Question. A Reply To Mr. Gladstone. London: P.S. King & Son, 1886. 80pp. Cloth. 22.50
  98. WEINER, MARGERY. Matters of Felony. By the Lords Justices & Council of Ireland, a Proclamation. Heinemann, London, 1967, pp.204 incl. index. V. good in torn d.j. 30.00
  99. WEINER, MARGERY: Matters Of Felony. A Reconstruction. 1st edition. London: Heinemann, 1967. 204pp. d.w. 15.00
  100. WOODHAM-SMITH, CECIL: The Great Hunger. Ireland 1845 - 1849. 1st edition. Harper & Row, 1962. 510pp. Cloth.  16.50

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