IRELAND, W. H. County of Kent. 1828-30, 4 vols.


Thomas. Verses spoken at the Appearance of the King and Queen, Duke and Dutchess of York, in Christ Church Hall, Oxford, 29 Sept. 1663. Oxford, 1663, 4to. These

Bindley, pt. ii. 2311, 16s. 6d. verses were also about the same time printed at London with this title, 'Speeches spoken to the King and Queen, Duke,' &c.



History of the Lond. 8vo. plates. LARGE

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IRELAND. Rerum Hibernicarum Scriptores, edidit C. O'Conor, D.D. Buckinghamiæ, 1814-26. 4to. 4 vols. 251. LARGE PAPER, 407. An admirably edited work, printed at the expense of his Grace the Duke of Buckingham. Contents.-Vol. I. Epistola nuncupatoria quæ Codicum vetustissimorum Hibernensium Notitiam et Regum Chronologiam complecitur, item Prolegomena ad Annales Partibus II, quarum prima vetustissimorum de Hibernia Testimonia historica, secunda Annalium et Carminum Hibernensium Catalogos comprehendit. Autore Carolo O'Conor, D.D. Vol. II. 1825. 1. Annales Tigernachiæ. 2. Annales Inisfalenses. 3. Annales Buelliani. Vol. III. Annales IV. Magistrorum, ex ipso O'Clerii Autographo. Vol. IV. 1826. 1. Annales Ultonienses ab Anno D.CCCCXXXI ad Annum D.MCXXXI. 2, Index generalis.

Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, by the four Masters (see previous Work, vol. 4), from the earliest period to the year 1616, Edited from MSS. now in Dublin, with an English translation and copious notes by John O'Donovan, LL.D. Dublin, 1848-1851, 4to. 7 vols. LARGE PAPER. Second edition. Dublin, 4to. 1856, 7 vols.

Another Translation (without the Irish Text), by O'Connellan, with Annotations, by MacDermott and the Translator. Dub. 1836, 4to. LARGE PAPER.

Anglo-Norman Poem on the Conquest of Ireland by Henry II., from a MS. preserved in the Lambeth Library, with an Introductory Essay on the Conquest by Thomas Wright, edited by Mons. Filrichel. Lond. 1837, 12mo. facsimile, 10s. 6d. A Letter concerning the Peopling of the Ardes by I. B. (1572). See B. (I.) p. 91, col. i.

Newe Newes contayning a shorte Rehersall of the late Enterprise of certaine fugytiue Rebelles: fyrst pretended by

Capt. Stukeley, and sithence continued. Lieutenant) vpon the Country of Ireland and put in practise by Mac Morice (his in the Monthe of July last; who since (among others) was discomfited and beheaded as by the Discourse following more plainely inaye appeare. Translated

out of Dutch into English, 6 Octo. 1579. Imprinted by I. C. (John Charlewood). 16mo. Eight leaves. Heber, 31. 1s.

Brief Discours de l'Entreprise faicte sur l'Irlande par aucuns rebelles de la couronne d'Angleterre, les quels ont esté des faicts au mois de Juillet, en l'an. 1579. Londres, 1579, 4to. two leaves.

Certain Advertisements out of Ireland, concerning the Losses and Distresses happened to the Spanish Navy, upon the west Coasts of Ireland, in their Voyage intended from the northern Isles beyond Scotland towards Spain. Lond. 1588, 4to. Twelve pages. Reprinted in the first volume of the Harleian Miscellany. Heber, pt. iv. 10s.

A Letter from a Souldier, touching the Notable Victorie of His Majesties Forces there against the Spaniards and the Irish Rebels, and of the yeelding up of Kynsale. Lond. S. Waterson, 1602, 4to. Black letter.

Newes from Lough-Foyle in Ireland, of the late Rebellion of Sir Carey Adougherty and Fella Me Recah Mik Davy, with his ransacking of Derry, and the inhuman Murther of Sir George Paulet. Lond. N. Butter, 1608, 4to. In the Gren ville Collection. Bright, 16s.

The overthrow of an Irish Rebell in a late Battaile, or the Death of Sir C. Adoerghertie, who murdered Sir George Paulet in Ireland, and for his Rebellion hath his head now standing over Newgate in Dublin. Lond. J. Wright, 1608, 4to. Wrangham, 5l. 7s. 6d.

Orders and conditions to be observed by the Undertakers upon the distribution and Plantation of the escheated lands in Ulster. Lond. R. Barker. 4to. (1608,) 9 leaves. See BLENNERHASSET, Thomas, p. 218.

Martyrium Corn. Dovenii, Dunensis et Connerensis Episcopi et Patritii Luchrani in Hibernia sub Arthuro Chichestriensi Prorege, anno 1612. 1 Feb. Dublinii fœ. liciter consummatum. Col. Agripp. 1614, 4to.

De Processu martyriali quorundam Fidei Pugilum in Hibernia. Col. 1619, 8vo. A copy is in the British Museum. See ROOTH, D.

Hiberniæ, sive Antiquioris Scotia vindiciæ adversus Dempsterum, 1621. See DEMPSTER, page 628. Lond.

A new Irish Prognostication. 1624. See RICH, Barnaby.


I Hiberniæ delineatio-quoad hactenus studio Gulielmi Government of Ireland under Sir John licuit, perfectissima Perrot. 1626. See PErrot. Petty. (1683 or 1685.) See PETTY, Sir William.

Coronatæ virtuti D. Patriti Quemerfordi episcopi Waterfordiensis et Lismorensis, inaugurati plausus seminarii Hibernorum de urbe, engraved title. Romie, 1629, 12mo. Horner, 1854, mor. 31. Censura Propositionum ex Hibernia, &c. Paris, 1631, 4to.

Histories of Ireland. 1663. See HANMER. An exact and true Relation of the late Plots, which were contrived and hatched in Ireland. Lond. 1641, 4to. with a frontispiece. Nassau, pt. i. 2852, 3s. Towneley, pt. i. 521, 18s.

Rebellion of 1641. See TEMPLE, Sir John. BORLACE, Ed. WARNER. WYNNE.


Relation of the Passages of God's Providence in a Voyage for Ireland. Lond. 1642, 4to. Heber, 10s. 6d.

Geographical Description of Ireland, according to the Provinces and Counties, by C. N. 4to. 1642. Heber, pt. viii. 27. 2s. Another dated 1720. Heber, pt. i. 11s.

Doleful News from Ireland of the distressed State the English are in, with the Commission granted by Luke Birne to execute Marshal-law upon all Protestants. Lond. 1642, 4to. Towneley, pt. i. 513, 8s. Nassau, pt. i. 2154, 9s.

The Tears of Ireland, 1642. See CRANFORD, John.

Argument delivered 9th of June, 1641, by Patrike D'Arcy. Waterford, 1643. Reprinted.

A Looking Glasse of the World, or the plundeied Man in Ireland, a Poem. Lond. 1644, 4to. In verse. A copy is in the British Museum. Steevens, 1051. Sotheby's in May 1824, 27. 3s.

Queries propounded by the Protestant Partie concerning the peace in generall now treated of in Ireland, and the Answers thereto. Paris, 1644. Heber, pt. i. 27. 18s. Barbarous and inhuman proceedings against the professors of the reformed religion in Ireland. 1655. 4to. Plates. Towneley, 31. 3s.

Narrative of the (Earl of Clarendon's) Settlement and Sale of Ireland. Lovain, 1668, 4to. See FRENCH, Nicholas.

The State of Ireland, with a Vindication of the Act of Settlement; also Reflections on a Pamphlet called a Narrative of the

Sale and Settlement of Ireland. Lond. 1688, 4to.

The present State of Ireland, together with some Remarques upon the ancient State thereof, and a Description of the chief Towns. Lond. 1673, 12mo. with a map. Nassau, pt. i. 1780, 5s.

The History of the execrable Irish Rebellion, 1641-1662. Lond. 1680. folio. See BORLASE, Edm.

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Modus Tenendi Parliamenta et Consilia

in Hibernia. Published out of an ancient Record by Antony, Lord Bishop of Meath. Dub. 1692, 12mo.

History and Wars of the Kingdom of Ireland. Lond. 1692, 8vo. with a frontispiece. Lloyd, 643, 5s. See BARTON, Rob.

The State of the Protestants in Ireland, 1692, and Answer. See KING, Abp. Wm.

An impartial History of the Affairs of Ireland during the two last Years. 1693. See STORY, George.

Proposals for raising a Million of Money out of the Forfeited Estates, with the Answer of the Irish to the same, and a reply thereto. Lond. 1694. 4to. pp. 30. Not among the rich Irish Collections of the Hon. Tho. Grenville.

History of the Dependency of Ireland. Lond. 1698, 8vo. Roxburghe, SS29, 6s. Case of the Forfeitures in Ireland fairly stated. Lond. 1700, 8vo.

Report of the Commissioners on the Irish Forfeitures. Lond. 1700, folio.-Second Report, 1700, folio.

List of the Claims entered at Chichester House, on or before Aug. 10, 1700. Dublin, 1701, 61. 6s. A copy, with the decisions upon them in MS. Christie, 1840, 45l.


A Book of Postings and Sales of Forfeited Estates in Ireland, (with prices and purchasers' names in MS.) 1700-3. folio. Christie, June, 1840, 637. Both volumes


are in the Grenville Collection. LARGE PAPER.

View of both Reports on the Irish Forfeitures, 1701, 4to.

Jus Regium, or the King's Right to grant Forfeitures, 1701, 4to. Letter on the Irish Forfeitures, 1701,


Memoirs of Ireland from the Restoration to the present time. Lond. 1716, 8vo. 5s. Attributed to Tho. Salmon, or John


Vie des freres et Martyrs Saint Lugh Archevesque et St. Luytien Roy d'Hibernie. (Paris), 1718, 8vo. Hanrott, pt. iv. 41. 1s. Now in the Grenville Collection.

Irish Register, or List of large Fortunes in England. Dub.-Reprinted, Lond. 1742, 8vo. Hibbert, 4191, 11s.

A Tour through Ireland, by two English gentlemen, 1746. Reed, 5745, 7s.1748. Willett, 1389, 8s.--1760. Reed, 5746, 8s. 6d. Heber, 5s.

Account of the Protestant Writers on the Rebellion of 1641. Lond. 1747, 8vo.

The Irish Miscellany, or Teagueland Jests. a Sequel to Joe Miller. 1749, with a portrait of J. Miller. Nassau, pt. i. 1783,


A philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland. In a Series of Letters to John Ireland's Case briefly stated; or, a Sum- Watkinson, M.D. (By Thomas Campbell.) mary of the most remarkable Transactions Lond. 1777, Svo. An interesting and valuin that Kingdom since the Reformation, able work. Bindley, pt. iii. 1940, 7s. 6d. 1695, by Hugh Reilly, Chancellor to Jas. Nassau, pt. ii. 1054, 5s. Heath, 4772, 17. 4s. II. 12mo. White Knights, 2083, mor.-Dublin, 1778. Reed, 6374, 6s. 6d. 8s.-1720. Heber, pt. iv. 11. 6s.

Monasticon Hibernicum. Lond. 1722, 0. See STEVENS, Capt. John. ARCHDALL. A natural History of Ireland, in three Parts. Dublin, 1726, 4to. See BOATE, Gerard.

A List of the Absentees of Ireland, with the Value of their Estates and Incomes. Lond. 1729, 8vo.

The Sufferings of the Quakers in Ireland, by Fuller and Holmes. Dub. 1731,8vo. Reflections and Resolutions proper for the Gentlemen of Ireland. 1738. See MADDEN, S., D.D.

The Question of the Precedency of the Peers of Ireland fairly stated. Dublin, 1739, 8vo. This book was written and printed for private circulation only, by John Perceval, first Earl of Egmont. It was reprinted and published in 1762.

The Patriot Miscellany; Essays on the political Contests of Ireland. Dublin, 1756, 8vo. 2 vols.

An Essay on the antient and modern State of Ireland. Dublin, 1759, 8vo. 4s.

The Peerage of Ireland. Lond. for J. Almon. 1768, 8vo. 2 vols. 6s. See LODGE.

Desiderata Curiosa Hibernica; or, a select Collection of State Papers; consisting of Royal Instructions, Directions, Dispatches, and Letters. To which are added, some historical Tracts. The Whole illus

Historical Memoirs of the Irish Rebellion, in the Year 1641, with an Appendix. Lond. 1767, 12mo. 3s. Frobably written by John Curry, M.D.

trating and opening the political System of the chief Governors and Government of Ireland, during the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth, James the First, and Charles the First. Edited by John Lodge. Dublin,

1772, 8vo. 2 vols. 11. 1s.

A Review of the civil Wars in Ireland. 1775. See CURRY, John, M.D.

An Account of Ireland in 1778, by a late Secretary of that Kingdom (Sir George, afterwards Earl Macartney). 8vo. privately printed.

History of the political Connection between England and Ireland, from the Reign of Henry II. to the present Time. [By Dr. Bain.] Lond. 1780, 4to. 7s. 6d.

of Irish History. Lond. 1786, 8vo.
A Review of some interesting Periods

Thoughts on the early Ages of the Irish Nation and History, and on the ancient Establishment of the Milesian Families in that Kingdom; with particular References to certain of the Descendants of Heber, the eldest Son of Milesius. No place or date, (1789), 4to. 50 pp. with A genealogical table, shewing the Descent of the Family of O'Sullivan More from DuachDonn; Monarch of Ireland Anno Mundi 3912.' 2 editions of 100 copies each.

Reliques of Irish Poetry. 1789. See BROOKE, Charlotte.

Irish Minstrelsy. See II ARDIMAN. Anthologia Hibernica; or monthly Collections of Science, Belles-Lettres, and History. Illustrated with beautiful Engravings. Dublin, 1793-4, 8vo. 4 vols. Reed, 2521, 17. 10s.

Select Views of the Castles and Abbey's in Ireland. 1795, folio, 60 plates in aquatinta, by Jonathan Fisher,

Picturesque Scenery in Ireland, by T. S. Roberts. Lond. 1796.

Proofs of the ancient History of Ireland

(from the Sanscrit Books of the Bramins

of India), 1797. See VALLANCEY.

Report of the Secret Committee on the Rebellion in Ireland. Dublin, 1798, 8vo.

Rebellion of 1798. Accounts of. have been written by Cloney, Hay, Teeling, Bp. Stock, Taylor, G. Jackson.

Irish Pursuits of Literature. 1799. 8vo.


White Knights, 3418, 3s. Hibbert, 4192,

3s. 6d.

Sketches of Irish Political Characters of the present day. Lond. 1799, 8vo. 5s. Extracts from "The Press," a newspaper published in the Capital of Ireland during part of the years 1797 and 1798, including numbers Sixty-eight and Sixtynine, which were suppressed by order of the Irish Government before the usual time of publication. Philadelphia, printed by William Duane, Aurora Office, 1802. 8vo. 400 pages. See BEAUTIES, p. 140.

Tracts upon the Union, by Baron Smyth. Dublin, 1831, 8vo. An immense number published on this subject by English and Irish writers.

Familiar Epistles on the Irish Stage, 1804, 12mo. See CROKER, John Wilson. Ancient Irish Histories. Dublin, 1809, 8vo. 2 vols. 12s. Hibbert, 4193, 17. 1s. Roscoe, 490, 17. 5s. LARGE PAPER, 17. 10s. Fonthill, 3139, 61. 10s. For original Edition, see HANMER. Hibernian Magazine. Dublin, Walker, 8vo. 1796-1811.

Ireland Illustrated, from original Drawings by Bartlet, Descriptions by Petrie. 1813, 4to. many plates.

The Traveller's new Guide through Ireland. 1815. 8vo. Illustrated with a map, views, &c. 17. 18.

Biographia Hibernica, or Worthies of Ireland. 1821. See RYAN, R.

Reflections on the State of Ireland in the nineteenth Century. Lond. 1822. An intelligent work.

Rules and Regulations of the Orange Lodge of Ireland. 1823. Duke of York, 3856, in velvet, 17. 2s.

Ireland exhibited to England, by A. kinson. Lond. 1823, 8vo. 2 vols. Letters from the Irish Highlands. 1825, 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Scenes in Ireland. By a Soldier. Edinburgh, 1825.

Ireland in past Times: an historical Retrospect, ecclesiastical and civil, with illustrative Notes. 1826, 8vo. 2 vols. 17. 4s. An excellent condensation of Irish History.

Beauties of Ireland. See BREWER, J. N. p. 268.

Three Months in Ireland. By an English Protestant. 1827, post 8vo. Es. 6d.

Letters upon English Elections, and on the Situation of Ireland. Lon 1827, 8vo. pp. 268.

Notes on a Journey in the North of Ireland, in the Summer of 1827, with an Account of the Siege of Londonderry in 1659. 1828, 12mo. with plates, 6s.

Sketches in Ireland, descriptive of interesting and hitherto unnoticed Districts in the North and South. 1827, 8vo. 10s. 6d. 'A very pleasing volume, which ought to send some of our tourists to Ireland.'Southey. Dublin, 1839, post 8vo.

The Post-Chaise Companion; or, Traveller's Directory through Ireland. Dublin, 1786, 8vo. Printed by Mr. Wilson, Sir R. and usually goes under his name. Colt Hoare says this is the best Itinerary I ever saw. And it is worthy of remark, that Mr. Gough incorporated almost the whole of this book in his edition of Camden's Britannia, 1798.-Third Edition, corrected and enlarged, with an entire new set of Plates. Dublin, 1803.

Excursions in Ireland, 1829, 2 vols. See EXCURSIONS.

Journals of the House of Lords of the Kingdom of Ireland, from 1634 to 1800 inAt-clusive. Dublin, 1779-1800, folio. 8 vols.

41. 4s.

The Journals of the House of Commons of the Kingdom of Ireland from the eleventh Year of K. James I. Anno 1613 to Aug. 2, 1800, 19 vols. Appendix and Index, 2 vols. Dublin, 1796-1802, folio. 21 vols. 71. 7s.

A Sketch of Irish History, in Question and Answer, for the use of Schools. Cork, 1815, 12mo. (suppressed.)

An Englishman's Tour. Dublin, 1816, Svo. A plain matter-of-fact narrative, written by a member of the Society of


The Tourist through Ireland. By an Irish Gentleman, aided by the communication of Friends. 1818, 12mo. 5s. Some copies have coloured maps.

The scientific Tourist through Ireland. A wellLond. 1818, 12mo. by Walford. digested compilation for the use of travel


An Account of the Pleasure Tours in Ireland; with a Map and an Itinerary. Edinb. 1825, 10s. 6d. Various other Atlases, Gazetteers, Tours, and Itineraries were published by Taylor and Skinner, Atkinson, Hoare, Lawson, Lewis, W. Petty, B. Scale, Sclater, W. W. Seward, Wright, &c. &c.

Collection of Statutes in Ireland from the Time of Edward II. to Charles II. Dublin, 1723, folio.

Statutes at Large from iv William and Mary to vii Geo. III. 1734-40, folio. 10 vols.

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IRELAND-Continued. Dublin, 1786-1801, folio. 20 vols. Index by Ball, 2 vols.

Debates relating to the Affairs of Ireland in the Years 1763 and 1764, taken by a military Officer (Sir James Caldwell). Lond. 1766, 8vo. 2 vols. 10s.

Parliamentary Register. Debates in the House of Commons of Ireland, 178097. Dublin, 1784-98, 8vo. 17 vols. 61. 6s.

State Trials of Ireland, 1794 to 1803; with Notes by M'Nevin. Dub. 1844, 8vo.

An English-Irish Dictionary, with an Irish Grammar. By the Rev. Conor O'Begly and Hugh M'Curtin. Paris, 1732, 4to. 27. 5s.

Focaloir; or, an Irish-English Dictionary. By T. O'Brien. Paris, 1768, 4to. Hibbert, 3105, 21.-Second edition, by R. Daly. Dublin, 1832, 8vo. 17. 1s.

Alphabet Irlandais, précéde d'une Notice historique par J. J. Marcel. Paris, 1802, 8vo.

A Grammar of the Gaelic or Irish Language. Dublin, 1805. 12mo. 4s.-Another, by the Rev. Paul O'Brien. Dub. 1809.

O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary, with an Irish Grammar. Dublin, 1817, 4to. 27. 2s.

The Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy. Dublin, 1787 to 1826, 4to. vols. 1 to 23. See ACADEMY.

An Index to the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, from its Incorporation in 1786 to the present Time. By Nicholas Carlisle. Lond. 1813, 4to. pp. iv. and 316. Ninety copies printed for sale.

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