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24848 O'CONNOR, Bibliotheca MS. Stowensis, a descriptive Catalogue of

Manuscripts (mostly Irish or relating to Ireland) in the Stowe Library of the Duke of Buckingham), 2 vols. 4to. russia extra, gilt edges, £12.

Buckingham, 1818-19 24849

Columbanus ad Hibernos, or letters on the present mode of appointing Catholic Bishops in his native country,7 parts

- Address on the calamities occasioned by foreign influence in the nomination of Bishops to Irish Sees, 2 parts-PLowden's Historical Letter to O'Conor upon his five letters, and reply to Columbanus number v, 2 pts.- Poynter's Theological Examination of the doctrine of Columbanus--together 12 parts in 5 vols. 8vo. four vols. neatly bound, three in hf. morocco and one in calf, and one sewed, £5.

Dublin, etc. 1810-16 An unusually large collection of these singular pamphlets.

With it is given a MS. memoir of the Author, copied from thc New

Monthly Mag. 1828, 24850

Columbanus ad Hibernos, letters I-VI- Address on the Calamities, etc. 2 parts-Plowden's Historical Letter and Reply to Columbanus-in 4 vols. and 1 part, 8vo. three vols. in hf.calf, one in hf. morocco, £2. 108

Dublin, 1810-13 24851 O'CURRY (E.) Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient

Irish History, thick 8vo. pp. 722, 26 plates of facsimiles, cloth, 12s

Dublin, 1861 24852 O'DALY (Dom. de Rosario) Initium, Incrementa et Exitus

Familiæ GERALDINORUM DESMONIÆ COMITUM, Palatinorum Kyerriæ in Hybernia, ac persecutionis Hæreticorum descriptio. Ex nonnullis fragmentis collecta, ac latinitate donata, sm. 8vo. a few leaves at beginning and end slightly wormed, the first leaf in Dd. partly supplied by facsimile, the last three altogether so, but very neatly, otherwise a fine copy, green morocco extra, with joints, £10.

Ulyssipone, 1655 " A book of extraordinary rarity, and one of the rarest in Irish history." -R. H. Evans' note in Hanrott's Sale Catalogue. “ Livre très-rare. £21. Bindley ; £14. Hanrott ; £15. en 1858, Bp. Daly."--Brunet. “ An account of this extremely rare book, and of the author, will be found in Harris' Warc,

III, p. 142-3."--Bibliotheca Grevilliana. 24853 O'DRISCOL, Views of Ireland, moral, political, and religious, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, 78 6d

1823 24854 O'FLAÉERTY (Roderick) OgYGIA : sive Rerum Hibernicarum Chronologia, sm. 4to. fine copy in russia extra, gilt edges, £4. 48

1685 The earlier annals naturally contain a large amount of rubbish, but, for all that, O'Flaherty's work is one of the most valuable and important ever written on the Antiquities of Ireland, and in the library of an Irish collector or student it is simply indispensable. The learning and research of the author when treating upon matters within the true historic range, are universally acknowledged.

Ogygia - see O'Conor (Charles). 24855

Chorographical description of West, or H-Tar Connaught, A.D. 1684, ed. by James Hardiman, sm. 4to. map, cloth, 108

Irish Arch. Soc. 1846 24856 O'KELLY D'Agurim (P. Comte) Essai historique sur l'Irlande,

contenant l'origine de toutes les familles nobles de ce pays et suivi de la chronologie des Rois, sm. 8vo. large maps, and 6 large folding genealogical tables, hf. russia gilt, 15s

Bruxelles, 1837 Replete with valuable Genealogical information on Irish Families. 24857 O'HALLORAN (Sylv.) Introduction to the History and Antiquities of Ireland, 4to. 2 plates, hf. morocco, 78 6d

1772 24858 O'NEILL (C. H.) Antrim Castle, seat of Lord Massereene and

Ferrard, 4to. with a pedigree of the O'Neill Family, from Sir
Bernard Burke's Authorized Arms,inserted, morocco gilt, 7s

1860 24859 O’PHELAN (J.) Epitaphs on the Tombs in the Cathedral Church of St. Canice, Kilkenny, sm. folio, front. and plates, hf. bd. 20s

1813 24860

the same, folio, fine large copy, hf. bd. uncut, 21s 1813 24861 ORDNANCE SURVEY of Londonderry, Col. Colby, sup., Vol. I, 4to.

geological map, plans, plates, including some of Botany and Fossils, and woodcuts, cloth, 128

1837 24862 OSULLEVANI Bearri (Philippi) Iberni, Historiæ Catholicæ

Iberniæ Compendium, 4to. green morocco extra, gilt edges, RARE, £6. 10s

Ulyssipone, 1621 One of the rarest and most interesting of all historical volumes relating to the History of Ireland. Copies have produced upwards of twenty guineas.

"A volume of great rarity.”-Bibliotheca Grevilliana. Priced 1831,

Thorpe, £18. 188; 1834, £12. 128 ; 1841-2, £15. 15s. 24863 PARNELL (W.), Historical Apology for the Irish Catholics

History of the Penal Laws against the Irish Catholics ;-in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. morocco, 5s

1808 24864 PATTERSON (W.) the Climate of Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 3s 6d

Dublin, 1804 24865 PEEL (Sir Robert) A Note-book containing 46 pp. of MS. on the

College of Maynooth, and the Roman Catholic Religion, in the autograph of Sir Robert Peel, 8vo. hf. bd. 21s

1831 24866

Autograph Memoranda relating to business in the House of Commons, private letters to him, together with Government papers, “Confidential" Reports, Petitions, Newspaper extracts, etc. all relating to Sir Robt. Peel and bis politics, a parcel, £2.

1860, etc. 24867 Perraud (A.) Etudes sur l'Irlande Contemporaine, 2 vols. large 8vo. sd. 58

Paris, 1862 24868 PERROTT. History of Sir John Perrott, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 7s 6d

1728 24869 PETRIE (G.) Remarks on the Book of MacFirbis, an Irish MS. 4to. cloth, 2s

1838 24870

Account of an Ancient Irish Reliquary, called the Domnach-Airgid, 4to. 5 plates, cloth, 2s 60

· 1838 24871

Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland, anterior to the Anglo-Norman Invasion, comprising an essay on the Origin and Uses of the Round Towers of Ireland, roy. 4to. 256 illustrations, cloth, 358

Roy. Irish Acad. Vol. XX, 1845

24872 PETRIE (G.). Christian Inscriptions in the Irish Language,

edited by M. Stokes, parts 1-6, 4to. plates, and many fine woodcuts of ancient Crosses, and other monuments, cloth, £2.

Dublin, 1872-75 24873 Stokes (W.) Life and labours in Art and Archäology of George Petrie, 8vo. cloth, 6s

1868 24874 PETTY (Sir W.) Irish Atlas: HIBERNIE DELINEATIO, quoad

hactenus licuit perfectissima studio Gu. Petty, folio, with the rare portrait, 36 maps, and engraved list of them, half calf gilt, £9.

s. a. (1683) 24875

the same, folio, portrait and 36 maps, whole russia, Lord Gosford's copy, £10.

(1683) Rarely found complete. 24876

the Political Anatomy of Ireland, with the establishment for that kingdom when the Duke of Ormond was Lord Lieutenant, 8vo. calf, 3s 6d

1691 24877

Tracts, chiefly relating to Ireland, 8vo. LARGE PAPER, hf, morocco, uncut, 78 6d

Dublin, 1769 On Taxes and Contributions ; Essays in Political Arithmetic; the

Political Anatomy of Ireland. 24878 PETTY (W.) History of the Down Survey, A.D. 1655-6, edited by Larcom, sm. 4to. cloth, 10s

Irish Arch. Soc. 1851 24879 PHELAN (Dr. W.) Remains, with biographical memoir by John,

Bishop of Limerick (Bishop Jebb), 2 vols. 8vo. calf extra, gilt edges, by Hayday, 12s

1832 24880

History of the Policy of the Church of Rome in Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 58

1827 24881

and O'SULLIVAN (Rev. M.) Digest of the Evidence taken before the Select Committees appointed to inquire into the state of Ireland, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. morocco, 108

1826 24882 PIM (J.) Condition and Prospects of Ireland, 8vo. cloth, 5s 1848 24883 Plots, Conspiracies, etc. of Enemies of the Romish Religion,

against the Princes of England, Scotland and Ireland, second edition, with the present Rebellion in Ireland, etc. sm. 4to. 46 pp. sd. 208

1642 24884 PLOWDEN (F.) Historical Review of the State of Ireland from

the Invasion of Henry II, to the Union, 2 vols. in 3, 4to. portrait, hf. morocco, 30s

1803 24885 (MUSGRAVE) Strictures upon an Historical Review, etc. by Plowden, 8vo. hf. morocco, 5s

London, 1804 24886 PLOWDEN's History of Ireland from its Invasion under Henry II, to its Union with Gt. Britain, 2 vols. large 8vo. calf gilt, 108

1812 24887 PLUMPTRE (Anne) Narrative of a Residence in Ireland, 1814-15,

4to. portrait and fine plates of Views, hf. morocco, 10s 1817 24888 Pool (Rob.) and Cash (J.) Views of Public Buildings, Monu

ments and other Edifices in Dublin, with historical descriptions, 4to. plans of Dublin in 1610, aud 1780 and 29 plates, hf. morocco, scarce, 24s

1780 24889 Post Chaise Companion, or Traveller's Directory through Ireland, 8vo. map, and plates of Views, calf, 58

Dublin (1805) 24890 POU-ROU: an Inquiry into the physiology and patheology of Parliaments, 8vo, hf. morocco, 78

Dublin, 1786 24891 Pozzo (Count Ferd. dal) Catholicism in Austria ; and the rights

and duties of the English government with respect to the Catholics of Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 58

1827 24892 PRANCERIANA, a collection of fugitive pieces published since the

appointment of the present Provost of the University of Dublin, 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. humourous frontispiece, calf, 15s

Dublin, 1775-6 These satirical pieces, written by members of the University, were provoked by the appointment of a Doctor Hutchinson to the Provostship, a man

who was not generally considered qualified for the post. 24893 PRESBYTERIAN Map of Ireland, showing the positions of the Con

gregations, the ministers of which receive the Regium Donum, a large coloured map, mounted on linen, folded in 8vo. case, 5s

1864 24894 PRESENT STATE of Ireland, with some remarques upon the antiert

state thereof, a description of the chief towns, etc. 18mo. map, fine copy whole bound, 10s

1673 24895 Prize Essays on the Repeal of the Union, 8vo. cloth, ls 6d 1845 24896 PROCEEDINGS and Debates of the PARLIAMENT OF PIMLICO, 29 Nos.

(the last called "The Olio ") 4to. hf. calf, 168 Dublin, 1800

A satirical publication on the Union of Ireland and England. 24897 RALEGH (Sir Walter) in Ireland, by Sir John Pope Hennessy (with

the Letters of Ralegh relating to Irish affairs), 8vo. vellum, gilt, 10s

1883 24898 Reid (J. S.) History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland,

3 vols. 8vo. calf, presentation copy to Sir Robert Peel, 208 1853 24899 REILY (Hugh) Impartial History of Ireland; with the Nobility

and Gentry of Ireland's Remonstrance to Charles II, with the Case of the Roman Catholics of Ireland represented, by Dr. Nary, etc. 18mo. morocco, gilt edges, 10s

1744 24900 RICHARDSON (W.) Essay on Agriculture, and memoir on Fiorin

Grass, 1818-Indigenous Grasses of Ireland by John White,

coloured plates, Dublin, 1808—in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. morocco, 58 24901 RoscoMMON CLAIM of Peerage explained by Speeches delivered

in the sessions 1827-28 before the Lord's Committee of Privi. leges, with decision, 8vo. hf. calf, 9s

1829 24902 RUMOLDUS. Vita, Passio, et Miracula S. Rumoldi Archiepis

copi Dublinensis, Apostoli Mechliniensis et Martyris, J. V. W. [J. van Wachtendonck] authore, smallest 4to. calf gilt, RARE, £2.

Mechliniæ, 1638 24903 RUTTY (John) Natural, Experimental and Medicinal History of

the Mineral Waters of Ireland, 8vo. hf. morocco, 5s Dublin, 1757 24904

Chronological History of the Weather and Seasons, and of the Diseases in Dublin, 8vo. hf. morocco, 58

1770 24905

Natural History of the County of Dublin, 2 vols. 8vo. map and plates, hf. morocco, 10s

Dublin, 1772 24906 SADLER (M. T.) Ireland ; its evils and their remedies, the errors

of the Emigration Committee, etc. 8vo. hf. morocco, 58 1828

24907 SCALE (B.) HIPERNIAN ATLAS, etc. with Beaufort's Memoir of a Map of Ireland, 2 vols. 4to. bound, £2. 108

1792-1809 “ This volume (the Atlas) contains the Civil Divisions of Ireland according to Scale's Atlas, to which has been prefixed a General Map of Ireland, for the purpose of exhibiting the Counties in Provinces. Scale has given the Baronial divisions of the Counties. It also contains Beaufort's map, which exhibits the Ecclesiastical divisions of Ireland with names of the Parishes. Presented to Sir R. Peel, by W. S. M.(Will. Shaw Mason).

" This is very scarce and valuable."--MS. notes. 24908 Scientific Tourist through Ireland; the principal objects of Anti

quity, Art, Science, etc. 8vo. front. maps and views, hf. morocco, 2s

1818 24909 (SCULLY) Statement of the Penal Laws which aggrieve the Catho

lics of Ireland, 2 parts, to which is added a third part by Edmund Seift (see Sir Rob. Peel's MS. note), 1 vol. 8vo. hf. morocco, 78 6d

Dublin, 1812-13 24910 SEWARD (W. W.) Topographia Hibernica; Topography of

Ireland, ancient and modern, 4to. map, hf. morocco, 10s 1795 24911

the same, 4to. with plates of Views from the " Anthologia IIibernicainserted, hf. russia, 12s

1795 Abounding with historical and antiquarian notices.”--Shaw Mason. 24912 SHEE (W.) Papers, Letters and Speeches on the Irish Land Question, 1852-63, 8vo. cloth, 3s 6d

1863 24913 SHERIDAN (T.) A Discourse on the Rise and Power of Parliaments,

edited with a Preface called “ Revelations in Irish History," by Saxe Bannister, sq. 8vo. cloth, 6s

1870 Thomas Sheridan was the son of Dennis Sheridan, the intimate of Bishop Bedell. His

work on Parliaments was issued in 1677 anonymously. 24914 SHIRLEY (Evelyn Philip) History of the County of Monaghan,

complete in 5 parts, sm. folio, with numerous illustrations (pub. £3. Es), sd. €2. 10s

1877-79 Thc work contains the General History of the County to the Revolution of 1688 ; the Baronial History, comprehending the Pedigrees and Arms of the Landed Proprietors and ihc History of the Estates ; the Ecclesiastical and Parochial History, with the Sepulcbral Inscriptions ; also the topography

of the different Town Lands, with rarous Vignettes of Antiquities. 24915 Simon (Jas.) Essay on Irish Coins, with Snelling's Supplement, 4to. 12 plates, hf. bd. 158

1810 24916 SMEDLEY (E.) Erin ; a geographical and descriptive poem, 2 parts in 1 vol. royal 8vo. pretty rignettes, bds. 78 6d

1810 24917 SMITH (Charles) Ancient and Present State of the County and

City of Cork, 2 vols. 8vo. portrait, map and plates, hf. morocco, 30s

Dublin, 1774 24918 the same, 2 vols. 8vo. old calf gilt, 36s

1774 24919

Ancient and Present State of the County of KERRY, 8vo. map and plates, calf, 30s

Dublin, 1756 24920 the same, &vo. THICK PAPER, calf, £2.

1756 24921

the same, 1756—Vallancey's Account of the Ancient · Stone Amphitheatre lately discovered in Kerry, plates, 1812 ;in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. morocco, 358

1756-1812 24922

Ancient and Present State of the County and City of WATERFORD, Svo. wap and plates, calf, or hf. morocco, 30s

Dublin, 1746

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