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24923 SMITH (Goldwin) Irish History and Irish Character, 8vo. cloth 5s
1861 24924 STAFFORD (Thomas) Pacata Hibernia : Ireland appeased and
reduced, or a Historie of the late Warres of Ireland, sm. folio, portrait of Queen ELIZABETH, with verses by G. W. (George Wither), and of the Earl of Totness by Voerst, and all the maps, but that of Munster is from Speed's Atlas and neatly mounted to hide the letterpress on the reverse, fine copy in russia, gilt edges, £7. 10s
the same, sm. folio, very fine tall copy, the map of Munster being in the genuine state, without letterpress on the back, russia, gilt edges, £15.
1633 Both states of the Map are printed from the same copper. 24926
Pacata Hibernia, the reprint of the above, thick royal 8vo. LARGE PAPER, with the two portraits, morocco, blind tooled, gilt edges, 108
Dublin, 1810 The present copy has not any maps, although the title states they also
were reprinted. 24927 STANIHURSTI (Richardi) de Rebus in Hibernia gestis lib. iv.;
accessit his libris Hibernicarum rerum Appendix ex Silvestro Giraldo Cambrensi collecta, cuin ejusdem Stanihursti adnotationibus; omnia nunc primum in lucem edita, sm. 4to. vellum 20s
Antverp. 1584 24928
the same, sm. 4to. un engraving of Coat of Arms mounted on the reverse of title, green morocco, blind tooled, gilt edges 288
1584 24929 STATE of Ireland (the) with a vindication of the Act of Settlement,
and Commissioners' Proceedings, etc. sm. 4to. some leaves at the end supplied in MS. being the autograph of Lord Norbury, Chief
Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland, hf. calf, 78 6d 1688 24930 STATISTICAL SURVEY of Ireland, by direction of the DUBLIN SOCIETY
(in Counties), 17 vols. 1801-12-Statistical Account or Parochial Survey of Ireland, by W. Shaw Mason, 3 vols. 1814-19;together 20 vols. 8vo. maps, plans and plates, uniformly hf. bound green morocco, contents lettered, Sir Robert Peel's copy, £2. 10s
Dublin, 1801-19 List of the Counties treated or in the seventeen volumes of County Surveys : Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Down, Dublin, (by Lieut. J. Archer, with Dutton's Observations on the same), Kildare, Kilkenny, King's Co., Queen's Co., Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Londonderry, Meath, Mona
ghan, Tyrone, Wexford. 24931 Mason (W. Shaw) Statistical Account and Parochial Survey of
Ireland, 3 vols. 8vo. maps and plans, green morocco extra, gilt
edges, presentation copy to Sir Robert l'eel, 108 Dublin, 1814-19 24932 [STEVENS (John)] MONASTICON HIBERNICUM: or the Monas
tical History of Ireland, 8vo. map and 7 plates of religious Habits, fine copy in blue morocco, gilt edges, £2.
1722 24933 STOPFORD (E. A.) Income and Requirements of the Irish Church, 8vo. cloth, 2s
24934 (STORY (George)] True and Impartial History of the most
material occurrences in the Kingdom of Ireland during the last two years, 1691-Continuation of the Impartial History, 1693 -in 1 vol. sm. 4to. with 14 maps, russia, 328
the same, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. the former being of the second edition, 1693, with the Author's name on the title, with
14 maps, old calf, from the Sunderland library, 30s 1693 24936
the same, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 4to. with the maps, fine copy in old English red morocco, gilt edges, Harleian gold tooling, £5.
1693 24937 STUART (James) Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh, com
prising a considerable portion of the general history of Ireland, 8vo. front. hf. morocco, 188
Newry, 1819 24938 TAYLOR (W. B. S.) History of the University of Dublin, 8vo.
views and coloured plates of the Costume of the Fellows and Doctors, cloth, 6s 60
1845 24939 TEMPLE (Sir John) the Irish Rebellion: or an History of the
Beginnings and first Progresse of the Generall Rebellion raised within the Kingdom of Ireland, October 23, 1641–Ormond (Marquesse of) Letter to Charles II (on the progress of the fighting), 1649—Inchiquin (Lord) Letter to the King, 1644Collection of Papers sent to the Protector concerning the Massacres and Cruelties in Piedmont, 1655—Account of the Persecutions of the Protestants in France, 1686—Informations respecting the Burning of London, 1667 — Arraignment and Conviction of Sir Walter Rawleigh, 1648—Demeanor and Cariage of Sir W. Raleigh as well in his Voyages as in and sithence his Returne with Motives for H. Majestie to do Justice upon him, 1618;-in 1 vol. sm. 4to. panelled calf, £5. 1618-67
“I think Sir John Temple has been unjustly depreciated; he was Master of the Rolls in Ireland at the time, and a member of the Council-no bad
witness for what passed in Dublin."- Hallam's H. of E. II, 553, 24911 TEMPLE (Sir J.) the Irish Rebellion, with the cruelties and massacres which ensued, 4to. calf, 58
1812 24942 THOMPSON (W.) Natural History of Ireland : Birds, 3 vols.
MAMMALS, 1 vol.- together 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, scarce, £4.1849-56 24943
the Birds, separately, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, £2. 108 1849 24944 THORP. Debates, Evidence, etc. of the charges brought against
Charles Thorp, High Sheriff of Dublin, 1823, 8vo.calf gilt, 58 1823 24945 Tour in Ireland, by an Englishman, 1813-14, 8vo. 323 pp. half morocco, 2s 6d
cir. 1817 24946 TRANSACTIONS of the Royal IRISH ACADEMY, a complete
set from the beginning in 1787 to 1870, Vols. I-XXIV, with Carlisle's Index down to 1813 — together 25 vols. roy. 4to. numerous plates of Natural History, Mathematics, etc. the first
ten vols. in hf. russia, the rest in bds. £18. Dublin, 1787-1870 24947 Trench (W. S.) Realities of Irish Life, 8vo. large map and 30 plates (pub. 21s), cloth, 10s
1868 24948 TROTTER (J. B.) Walks through Ireland in 1812, '14 and '17, 8vo. hf. morocco, 28 6d
21949 TUCKEY (F. H.) Cork Remembrancer; Annals of the County aud
City of Cork, 8vo. front. and map, cloth, 3s 6d Cork, 1837 24950 TUOMY (M.) Principal Diseases of Dublin, 8vo. hf. morocco, 2s 6d
1810 24951 Twiss (R.) Tour in Ireland in 1775, 12mo. front. showing the
Salmon Leap at Ballyshannon, hf, morocco, 3s 6d Dublin, 1776 24952 USHER ( Archbishop) Veterum Epistolarum Hibernicarum
Sylloge, quæ partim ab Hibernis, partim ad Hibernos, partim dě Hibernis vel rebus Hibernicis sunt conscripta, sm. 4to. ORIGINAL EDITION, with curious MS. notes, vellum, £2. 2s
i Dublin, 1632 The collection extends over a period from the 6th to the 12th century, and includes besides the epistles from Lanfranc ad Gothricum regem Dublince and ad Terdelvacum Hibernice regem, lettors of Columbanus
Adamnan, and many others. 24953 VALLANCEY (Gen. Ch.) COLLECTANEA DE REBUS HIBERNICIS,
6 vols. 8vo. with the Essay on the Primitive Inhabitants of Great Britain and Ireland, part of an intended seventh volume, Lound at the end of the sixth, fine large copy in hf. green morocco,
Dublin, 1770-1807 This valuable work is rarely found complete, and most copies differ, The above is an unusually complete one, the only defect being that it has
not the general title to the fourth rolume. 24954 VALLANCEY'S COLLECTANEA, another copy, 6 vols. also having the
Essay on the Primitive Inhabitants, without the general titles to Vols. III and IV, and two leaves of preface to number 3, hf. qussia, £7. 108
1770-1807 24955 — - Essay on the Antiquity of the Irish Language, being a collation of the Irish with the Punic language, 8vo. sd. 58
1818 24956 VERMONT Historical Society's Proceedings, Oct. 19, 1880, 8vo. sd. 28
Rutland, 1880 History of Fenianism and Fenian Raids in Vermont, by Sowles. 24957 VILLANUEVA (J. L.) Ibernia Phænicea, 8vo. bds. 2s 6d
Dublini, 1831 24958 WAKEFIELD (E.) Account of Ireland, statistical and political, 2 vols. 4to. map, etc. hf. bd. 108
1812 24959 WALKER (J. C.) Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, portrait of
Cormac Common, and engraved music of some Irish melodies, 1786 -Historical Essay on the Dress of the Ancient and Modern Irish, with Memoir on the Armour and Weapons, 13 plates, 1788—in 1 vol. 4to. hf. morocco, 12s
Dublin, 1786-89 24960 WALSH (Father Peter) History and Vindication of the Loyal
Formulary, or Irish REMONSTRANCE, received by His Majesty, anno 1661, in (2) Treatises, with an account of the delusory Irish Remonstrance of the National Congregation presented to the Duke of ORMOND, 1666, and rejected, with the Appendices, including Ormond's letters in answer to the declaration and excommunication of the Bishops, etc. at Jamestown, 1656, sm. folio, a small hole in leaf 117-18, calf, £4.
1674 VERY RARE. The Marquis of Townshend's copy fetched £6. 168 6d ; Heber's, £7. 178 6d ; Tenison's, £8. 58. Lowndes mentions a leaf a*, not in the above copy.
24961 WARBURTON (J.), Whitelaw (J.) and Walsh (R.) History of the
City of Dublin, its annals, antiquities, ecclesiastical history and charters, 2 vols. 4to. mips, plans, and numerous fine plates of Views and Buildings, hf. morocco, 20s
1818 2+962 WARE (Sir James). De Hibernia et antiquitatibus ejus disquisi
tiones, in quibus mores et consuetudines Hibernorum, etc. describuntur authore Jac. Warwo, 8vo. plates of coins, etc. old calf, 78 61
ejusdem editio secunda, access. Rerum Hibernicarum regnante Henrico VII Annales, 8vo. front. by Hollar (a little defective), map and plates, that at page 352 having the plate of a Camera pasted over it, as is frequently the case with other copies, old calf, 218
1658 Both are from the Sunderland library. 24964
Antiquities and History of Ireland, now first published
in one volume in English, sm. folio, hf. morocco, 148 24965
the same, large copy, in calf, from the Sunderland library, 18s
Works concerning Ireland, revised and improved by Walter Harris, 3 vols. in 2, folio, two portraits of the author, and plates of Cathedrals, Churches, and Monastic Costumes, calf gill, £10.
Dublin, 1739-45-46 Complete copies, with Parry's dedication in Latin, are very rare. 24967
the same, 3 vols. in 2, folio, COMPLETE, portraits and a large number of plates, half calf, £10. 108 Dublin, 1739-46
The above is a presentation copy from Harris to C. Smith the learned author of the Statistical Surveys of Cork, etc. and is enriched by many notes,
and interleaved with entire pages of MS. in his handwriting.” 24968
the same, 3 vols. in 2, folio, LARGE PAPER, portraits and plates, beautiful copy in russia extra, gilt edges, from Loril Gosford's library, EXTREMELY RARE, £25.
1739-46 “Very fine copy on Large Paper, on which, some say, only six copies were printed. The plates of Monks, Friars, etc. are not inlaid, as in Mr. Greville's copy, but are on Large Paper of the full size.”—US, note on fly leaf by Lord
the same, Vol. I, thick folio, LARGE PAPER, portrait mounted, and many plates of Cathedrals, with several fine additional portraits of Bishops, calf, rare, £5.
Dublin, 1739 CONTENTS of this vol. : History of the Bishops and Matters Ecclesiastical and Civil, in which they were concerned, with a Table of Names and
Matters. Parry's dedication in Latin is in this copy. 24970
the same, Vol. III, folio, LARGE PAPER, containing "the Writers of Ireland," calf binding injured by fire, but the inside in good condition, £6.
Dublin, 1746 Only ten copies were printed on Large Paper. 24971 - Works concerning Ireland, 2 vols. folio, portrait and
plates, very fine copy in russia, from Sir R. C. Hoare's library, £10. 108
1764 A re-issue with reprinted titles : does not contain the second titles nor
the duplicate portrait usually found in the earlier edition, 24972 WARNER (F.) History of Ireland, Vol. I (all published), 4to. neatly bound, 78
24973 WATSON [(John) Bookseller], Gentleman and Citizen's Almanac
for 1752 and 1767, 2 vols. 12mo. calf, 78 6d Dublin, 1752-67
Includes lists of members of Societies, governors of schools and offices, etc.
of Dublin. Inserted is a plan of Dubliu by Sain. Byron. 24974 WEBB (W.) Analysis of the History and Antiquities of Ireland,
prior to the 5th century, 8vo. hf. morocco, 58 Dublin, 1791 24975 Weld (Isaac) Illustrations of the Scenery of Killarney, 4to. map, 18 plates and vignettes, hf. bd. 78 6d
Statistical Survey of the County of Roscommon, thick 8vo. large coloured map, hf. morocco, 58
Dublin, 1832 24977 Wilde (Sir William R.) Beauties of the Boyne and the Blackwater sm. 8vo. woodcuts, cloth, 5s
Dublin, 1850 24978
Catalogue of Antiquities in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy, 3 vols. 8vo. full of woodcuts, bd. 158 1857-62 24979 WOOD (Th.) Inquiry concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland, 8vo. map after Ptolemy, bds. 28
1821 24980 Wright (Th.) Louthiana; the Ruins, Curiosities, etc. of the County of Louth, 4to. 66 plates, hf. morocco, 10s
1748 24981 YOUNG (Arthur) Tour in Ireland, 1776-78, 4to. front. hf. vd. 24s
1780 “ The first, and among the best, of the treatises on the agricultural state of
Ireland.”--Shaw Mason. 24982 TRACTS ON IRELAND AND THE CIVIL WARS; viz. ROYAL MESSAGE from the Prince of The MAD Dog Rebellion wormed and
Orange to the Peeeres and Commons in muzzled, sm. 4to. 4 leaves, as parently England to advertise them of some printed without title, very rire dangerous plots of forrane enemies, and
(circ. 1646) how he proffered himself to resist both The Great Expedition for Ireland .
them and the Irish Rebels, sm. 4to. 1641 vindicated, sm. 4to. a rare, curious, and COPY of a Letter of Father Fhilips, the valuable treatise
1642 Qucenes Confessor, discovered and
His MAJESTIES gracious Message to both produced in the House of Commons
Houses of Parliament, 5 May, 1643, by Mr. Pymme, sm. 4to.
occasioned by a Bill . . . for the speedy DELIGHTFULL Newes to all loyall sub
payment of Moneys subscribed towards jects being his Majesties royall assent
the reducing of the Rebels in Ireland, to the Scotch Commissioners for assist
Orford, 1613 ance to our brethren in Ireland, written and avowed by Richard Newrobe, Cleric,
His MAJESTIES last Message, Sept. 11, sm. 4to.
1642, with the humble Petition of tho PETITION of the Lords and Commons
Lords and Commons in answer, sm. 4to. presented to his Majestic by the Earle of
1642 Stamford, April 18, 1642, with his
REMONSTRAXce presented to his Majestie Majesties answer, sm. 4to. 1642
by the Parliament in June, 1628, wherein DECLARATION sent to the King of France
is discovered ... the names of some of and Spayne from the Catholiques or
the enemies of the State, as Dr. Laud, Rebells in Ireland, with a manifesto of
etc. sm, 4to.
1642 the Covenant they have taken, translated Answer to the Declaration of the imagin
out of French by R. C. sm. 4to. 1642 ary Parliament of the unknowne DifferENCE about Church Government Commonwealth of England . . . wherein
ended, written by J. M. (? John Milton), their frivolous reasons are cleerly refuted, sm. 4to.
1646 sm, 4to.
Rotterdam, 1652 altogether 12 rare and valuable pieces in 2 vols. smallest 4to. hf. morocco, £10.