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Hitherto no attempt has been made to collect or publish in their integrity such authentic original materials as still survive for the elucidation of the history of the Irish Confederation and its transactions in peace and war. To supply this want is the object of the present work, for which important materials, hitherto unprinted, have been obtained from archives in England, Ireland,

and on the Continent. 24659 BERINGTON (J.) Decline and Fall of the Roman Catholic Religion in England, with memoirs of Gregorio Panzani, 8vo. hf. morocco,

1813 24660 BLAYNEY (Lord) Sequel to a Forced Journey through Spain, con

taining Observations on the present state of Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 5s

1816 24661 BOATE (Dr. Ger.) Molineux (Th.) etc. Natural History of Ireland, 4to. plates, hf. morocco, 78 6d

1755 Including a discourse on the Danish Mounts, Forts and Towers in

Ireland. 24662 BOLTON (C. N.) Sketches at Killarney and Glengariff, oblong folio,

12 plates, lithographed by G. Rowe, 2s 6d Cheltenham, cir. 1850 24663 Book of FENAGH, Irish and English, by St. Caillin, Archbishop, etc.

of Fenagh temp. S. Patricii, annotated, etc. by W. M. Hennessy and D. H. Kelly, 4to. coloured views of the old Church and Cromlech at Fenagh, bds. 20s

Dublin, 1875 24664 BORLASE (Ed.) Reduction of Ireland to the Crown of England, with

an account of the Rebellion 1641, 12mo. front. of coat of arms, old calf, 208

1675. “A short but instructive work."—Nicolson. 24665 BOWDEN (C. T.) Tour through Ireland, 12mo. port, and plate, hf. bd. 3s 6d

1791 24666 BRABAZON, Deep Sea and Coast Fisheries of Ireland, 8vo. plates of various sorts of Nets, cloth, 2s

1848 24667 BRASH (Richard Holt) the ECCLESIASTICAL ARCHITECTURE of

IRELAND to the close of the 12th century; with historical and antiquarian notices, small 4to. 54 plates containing nearly 80 distinct engravings (published at 21s), hf. inorocco, 14s

Dublin, 1875 The best bcok of its kind yet published, and the only one from which a good general notion of ancient Irish Architecture can be derived. Petrie's work is devoted to proving a theory upon a special subject, and is therefore extremely limited in its range, far from satisfying the desire expressed in the following passage :

" Whatever opinion may be formed of the dates of Irish buildings, there can be no doubt of their very distinct national character, and that they are highly interesting, and deserve to be better known throughout Europe than

has hitherto been the case."- Gentleman's Magazine, Jan. 1864. 24668 BRASH (R. R.) Ogam Inscribed Monuments of the Gaedhil in the

Rritish Islands, with a Dissertation on the Ogam character, etc. edited by G. M. Atkinson, sm. 4to. portrait, pp. 425, map, and 50 facsimiles of inscribed Stones (pub. 30s), hf. bd. 255 1879

The first comprehensive and authentic Collection of what are perhaps the most ancient monuments of the Celtic family of Speech. It contains a record of all the known inscriptions in the British Islands, with translations, and the illustrative text fully develops their importance and significance for

History and Archæology. 24669 Brown (J. B.) Laws enacted against the Catholics in England and Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 5s.

1813

24670 BROWNRIGG (Sir Henry John) Inspector-General of Constabulary,

Report on the State of Ireland in 1863, folio, MANUSCRIPT of 200 leaves neatly written for Sir Robert Peel, " Confidential,£5.

cir. 1864 The Report is divided in sixteen sections : Crime and ConstabularyRibbonism-Orangeism-Sectarianism--Factions-Secret and Political Societies-Secretion of Arms-Suspicious Foreigners-Emigration - Rates of Agricultural Labour, etc. The last eighty leaves consist of an Appendix containing : Details of principal offences against the person-Incendiarism near Clonmel--Supervision of Convicts on ticket-of-leave-Extracts from the " Irish Liberator" on the American “Fenian Brotherhood"-Crown Witnesses under Government support-Constabulary protection to individuals, etc.

The book is written in two different hands. 24671 BURGI (TA. DE) HIBERNIA DOMINICANA sive HISTORIA PRO

VINCIÆ HIBERNIÆ, in qua nedum omnia, quæ ad memoratam attinent Provinciam, et cænobia ejus tam intra quam extra Regnum Hiberniæ constituta (interjectis singulorum Fundatoram Genealogiis) exhibentur, sed etiam plura Regulares generatim sumptos Clerumque secularem et Res Civiles Hiberniæ atque etiam Magnæ Britanniæ spectantia, CUM SUPPLEMENTO, sm. 4to. green morocco, blind tooled, from the library of Sir Robert Peel, £6. 68

Colon. Agr. 1762-72 24672 - the same, sm. 4to. calf neat, from the library of the Marquis of Hastings, £7.78

1762-72 One of the most interesting volumes relating to the History of Ireland, The Supplement, comprising pp. 799-950, is of extreme rarity. Although the title bears the imprint of Cologne, it has been clearly ascertained that it was produced under the author's inspection, by a printer named Edmund Find, at Kilkenny in Ireland.

In most copies of Burke's Hibernia Dominicana, five leaves, pp. 137-146 inclusively, are wanting, having been suPPRESSED BY AUTHORITY: both of these have those castrations, which are of very rare occurrence. They contain a sketch of James II's expulsion, and of the fortunes of his son and grandson, as well as a statement that the Prince of Orange ordered over 1000 wounded

prisovers, taken at the Siege of Limerick, to be burnt alive. 24673 (BUSIE) Hibernia Curiosa ; on the Manners, Customs, etc. of the

people of Ireland, 8vo. map and plates, hf. bd. 78 6d (1764) 24674 CAIRD (J.) the Plantation Scheme : the West of Ireland as a field for investment, 8vo. cloth, 1s 6d

1850 Calendars of State Papers : 24675 DOCUMENTS relating to Ireland, to the end of the Reign of

Henry VII, edited by H. S. Sweetman, Vols. I-IV, impl. 8vo. cloth, £2. 108

1875-79 24675* STATE PAPERS relating to Ireland of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, edited by H. Claude Hamilton, 4 vols. £2. 10s

1860-77 24676 STATE PAPERS, relating to Ireland, of the Reign of James I,

1615-1625 ; edited by the Rev. Charles W. Russell, D.D., and John P. Prendergast, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 6 vols. royal 8vo. cloth, £3. 15s

1880 Published under the direction of the Master of the Rolls, and with the

sanction of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home departinent. 24677 [CAMPBELL (T.)] Philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland,

8vo. plates of Views, Ruins and Antiquities, hf. morocco, 58 1778

24678 [CAMPBELL (T.)] Strictures on the Ecclesiastical and Literary

History of Ireland from the most ancient times till Henry II, 8vo. hf. morocco, 5s

1789 24679 CAREY (M.) Vindiciæ Hibernicæ, or Ireland Vindicated, an attempt

to develop and expose a few of the multifarious errors and falsehoods respecting Ireland, particularly in the legendary tales of the Conspiracy and pretended Massacre of 1641, 8vo. hf. calf, 10s

Philadelphia, 1819 24680 CARLISLE (N.) Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 4to. hf. Morocco, 7s 6d

1810 24681 CARON (R. P. F. R.) REMONSTRANTIA HIBERNORUM, contra

Lovanienses, Ultramontanasque censuras, de incommutabili Regum Imperio atque Fidelitate, et obedientia indispensabili, etc. folio, calf, from Lord Gosford's library, £12. Lond. 1665

Dedicated to Charles the Second. Many copies of this work are sup

posed to have been destroyed in the Fire of London, 24682 CARR (John) the Stranger in Ireland, a tour in the southern and

western parts, 4to. numerous plates of Architectural and Landscape Views, hf. morocco, 6s

1806 24683 CARVE (T.) LYRA, SIVE ANACEPHALÆOSIS HIBERNICA, in qua de

exordio, seu Origine, Nomine, Moribus, Ritibusque gentis Hibernica, succincte tractatur, cum Annalibus Hiberniæ, et rerum gestarum per Europam 1148-1640, editio secunda, small 4to. with the 5 plates so often wanting (including portraits of Carve, Charles I, and Donogh O'Brien) somewhat foxed, vellum, £3.

Sulzbaci, 1666 24684 - -- the same, sm. 4to. fine clean copy in vellum, £4. 1666

Priced, 1832, Thorpe, £8. 188 6d ; 1833, .£8.38 ; 1835, £9. 98 ; Nicol's copy fetched £10. 108 ; Bindley's, £12. 128.

One of the indispensable books in an Irish library. There was no copy

in the rich collection of the Marquis of Hastings. 24685 CATALOGUE of Tracts on the Roman Catholics, the Church,

Ireland, and of British and Irish Trials, 4to. neatly written MS. hf. morocco, 10s

cir. 1820 24686 CATALOGUS Librorum Impressorum in Bibliotheca Collegii

SS. Trinitatis juxta Dublin, A-Q, 6 vols. folio, hf. morocco, £3. 16s

Dublinii, 1864-80 This Catalogue was begun by Dr. J. H, Todd. 24687 CATHOLIC Association of Dublin, Proceedings, 1823-25, 8vo. calf gilt, 5s

1825 24688 CATHOLIC Map of Ireland, showing the Diocesan boundaries,

Cathedrals, Chapels, Churches, etc. a large coloured map on linen, in 8vo. case, 2s

Dublin, 1859 24689 CATHOLIC Question, 9 tracts on, in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. morocco, 38 6d

1813-24 24690 CAVENDISH (Sir H.) the Public Accounts of Ireland, 8vo. hf. bd. 3s 6d

1791 24691 CHARLEMONT (James Caulfield, Earl of) Knight of St. Patrick,

Memoirs of, by F. Hardy, 2 vols. 8vo. portrait, green morocco, silk linings, gilt edges, 20s

1812

24692 CHAUSSÉE (Comte de la) Memoire Militaire sur Bantry, MANUSCRIPT

Bantry, 1797
VALLANCEY (Col. Charles) Extracts from his reports of Military

Surveys of Ireland, 1773-79 (describing the various Harbours,
Bays and Cities, with their strength), MS.

1779 Dundas (David) Quarter-Master Gen. in Ireland, Irish Military Associations, MS.

1780 TARLETON (Ban.) Military Sketch; is Ireland a country in which

Horse Artillery can be usefully employed ? MS. - in 1 vol. sm. 4to, all neatly written, with another piece on

Artillery, with a plan of Enniskillen, rough calf, 158 1779-97 24693 (CHETWOOD) Tour through Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 3s 6d 1748 24694 Church CATECHISM explain’d by J. Lewis, and rendered into Irish

by J. Richardson, and Prayers for Schools, in Irish and English, 12mo. calf, 10s

1712 24695 CLARENDON (Earl of) History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in Ireland, 8vo. port. calf, 58

1721 24696 CLARENDON (R. V.) Revenue and Finances of Ireland, appropriated funds, loans and debt, 4to. hf. morocco, 58

1791 24697 CLINTON (Col.) Tracts on Ireland and Irish Affairs, collected by

Col. Henry Clinton, some having MS. notes by him, dating from 1795 to 1816, and treating of the Union, Catholics, Jury Laws, Military Operations, Insurrections, Cases of High Treason, etc.—19 vols and Pieces, 8vo. sd. 258

1795-1816 24698 CLYN (Friar John) and Dowling (Thady) Annals of Ireland,

together with the Annals of Ross, latine, ed. by the Rev. Richard Butler, sm. 4to. cloth, 58

Irish Arch. Soc. 1849 24699 COLGANI (R. P. F. Joannis) ACTA SANCTORUM Veteris et

Majoris SCOTIÆ seu HIBERNIÆ Sanctorum Insulæ partim ex variis per Europam MSS. Codd. exscripta partim ex antiquis monumentis et probatis Authoribus eruta et congesta; omnia Notis Appendicibus illustrata, Vol. I (all published), folio, hf. calf, rare, some leaves wormed and mended, £5. Lovanii, 1645

The " Triadis Thaumaturgæ . . . Acta, Vol. II" (all published),

which is sometimes found with the above work, is not with the present copy. 24700 COLLECTION of some of the Murthers and Massacres com

mitted on the Irish in Ireland since 23 October, 1641, with
Observations and Falsifications on a late printed Abstract of
Murthers said to be committed by the Irish ; now published by
R. S., London, printed for the Author, 1662--Collection of
certain horrid Murthers in several Counties of Ireland com-
initted since 23 October, 1641, London, Henry Brome, 1679–
2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. inlaid, and illustrated with a frontispiece,
(bearing a Dutch inscription) and 71 curious engravings (bearing
English inscriptions) of all kinds of horrid, torture and massacre,
green morocco extra, gilt edges, with the Fitz-Gibbon arms in gold
on sides, very rare, £10. 10s

1641-79 The second piece is a pamphlet professing to be derived from official sources, which must have been first published before 1662; as the first pamphlet, bearing the initials R. S., is evidently an Anglo-Irish answer to it, retorting with a similar list of murders committed by the English soldiery, and denying the charges made against the Irish.

24701 Colton (Archbishop) Acts in his Visitation of the Diocese of

Derry, 1397, in Latin, by the Rev. W. Reeves, sm. 4to. cloth, 5s

Irish Arch. Soc. 1850 24702 Comes (G.) Vita e Miracoli di S. Fiacrio Figlivolo di Eugenio IV

Re di Scozia, sm. 4to. plate, vellum, scarce, 28s Fiorenza, 1626 24703 CONWELL (E. A.) Discovery of the Tomb of Ollamh Fodhla

(Ollav Föla) Ireland's Monarch 3000 years ago, 8vo. 56 cuts, cloth, 4s 6d

1873 24704 COOPER (Geo.) Letters on the Irish Nation, 8vo. hf. mor. 3s 6d 1801 25705 COTTON (Henry, Archdeacon of Cashel) FASTI ECCLESIÆ

HIBERNICÆ. The Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies of Ireland, with illustrations, corrections, and additions by the Author, and General Indexes by J. R.

Garstin, complete set, 5 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, £3. 58 Dublin, 1847-60 24706 - - another copy, 5 vols. 8vo. the first volume being of the second and enlarged edition, cloth, £3.

1851-60 24707 COULTER (H.) the West of Ireland, its condition and prospects,

8vo. map and numerous coloured plates of the Costume and Occupations of the People, also plates of views, cloth, 58 ; or, hf. calf, os

1862 24708 COX (R.) Hibernia Anglicana, or the History of Ireland, 2 vols.

in 1, folio, frontispiece containing portraits of William and Mary, and map, morocco, blind tooled, gilt edges,

20

1 689-90 24709 -- the same, 2 vols. in 1, fine copy, russia extra, 21s 1689-90 24710 CRANFORD (J.) Yrelandtsche Traenen, sm. 4to. one large fold

ing plate, containing 18 etchings of various scenes of atrocity which took place during the rising of 1641 in Ireland, £4.

Amstelredam,-ghedruckt tot Leyden, 1642 Extremely rare ; unknown to Lowndes, who mentions the English original, with 12 etchings only, selling for £21. 10s in 1857. A perfect copy

of the English book is now worth about £35. 24711 CROKER (T. C.) Researches in the South of Ireland, the Scenery,

Architectural Remains, etc. 4to. with 16 plates, hf.calf, 10s 1824 24712 Crory, the Agricultural Powers, Manufacturing Capabilities, etc. of Ireland, 8vo. Id. 2s

1863 24713 CROSSLY'

CROSSLY (A.) Peerage of Ireland, or a Catalogue of the

Nobility, with historical and genealogical accounts of them and their ancestors, their Titles of Honour here and in England, their Preferments, Coats of Arms, Crests, etc. 1725; the Signification of things in Heraldry, 1724; in 1 vol. sm. folio, hf. calf, £2. 8s

Dublin, 1724-5 24714

- the same, sm. folio, the corner of one leaf in MS. calf, rebacked, £2.

1724-5 “Very rare. The first attempt at constructing an Irish Peerage.” 24715 CUMMING (J.) Traveller's New Guide through Ireland, thick 8vo. front. map and plans of Roads, bds. 3s 6d

1815 24716 CURWEN (s. C.) the State of Ireland, its Agriculture and rural population, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. hf. morocco, 3s 6d

1818 24717 CỦSACK, History of the Kingdom of Kerry, 8vo. pp. xvi, 453,

and lxxxiii, and at end blank leaves for Private Family History, map and woodcuts (published at 208) cloth, 12s

1871

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