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Mason's (W. M.) History and Antiquities of the Collegiate and Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, near Dublin, from its foundation in 1190 to 1819; and biographical memoirs of its deans. 4to. large paper. Dublin, 1820.

Smith's (Charles) ancient and present state of the County and City of Cork, of the County and City of Waterford, and of the County of Kerry; containing their natural and civil history. 4 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1774.

Hamilton's (Wm.) Letters concerning the Northern Coast of Antrim in Ireland; containing a natural history of its basaltes, with an account of the antiquities, manners, and customs of that country. 8vo. London, 1790.

[Harris's (W.)] ancient and present state of the County of Down. 8vo. Dublin, 1744.

Sampson's (Geo. Vaughan) Statistical Survey of the County of Londonderry. 8vo. 1802.

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Weld's (Isaac) Illustrations of the Scenery of Killarney and the surrounding country. 4to. London, 1807.

Croker's (T. C.) Legends of the Lakes; or, Sayings and Doings at Killarney. 2 vols. 18mo. London, 1829.

Letters from the Irish Highlands. 12mo. London, 1825.

Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland. 3 vols. 12mo. London, 1825-29.

Walker's (John) Historical Essay on the Dress of the ancient and modern Irish; with a memoir on their armour and weapons. 4to. Dublin, 1788.

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[Harris's (W.)] Hibernica; or, some ancient pieces relating to Ireland. 8vo. Dublin, 1770.

Vallancy's (Ch.) Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis; or, collection of papers relative to Ireland, published from original MSS. 6 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1770-1814.

Campbell's (Thomas) Strictures on the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Ireland; also, an historical sketch of the constitution and government. 8vo. Dublin, 1789.

Chronicles of Eri; being the history of the Gaal Sciat Iber, or Irish people translated from the original MS. in the Phoenician dialect of the Scythian language, by Arthur O'Connor. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1822.

Rerum Hibernicarum Scriptores, edidit [cum Prolegomenis, &c.] C. O'Connor. 4 vols. 4to. Buckinghamiæ, 1814-26.

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Annales Inisfalenses.
Annales Buelliani.

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Annales Ultonienses.
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Keating's (Geoffry) General History of Ireland, translated from the original Irish; with many curious amendments by Dermod O'Connor. Second edition, with an appendix by Anthony Raymond, explanatory of the ancient names of mountains, places, &c. Folio. London, 1723, and Westminster, 1726.

Keating's (G.) General History of Ireland: a new and correct translation as far as the Christian era, with the original Irish on opposite pages, by William Halliday. 8vo. Dublin, 1811.

Regan's (Maurice) History of Ireland from 1167 to 1173, translated from the Irish into French, and thence into English, by Sir George Carew. (Harris's Hibernica.)

O'Flaherty's (R.) Ogygia; or, a chronological account of Irish events, translated by J. Kely. 2 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1793.

Giraldus Cambrensis' History of Ireland, by John Hooker; and the Chronicles of Ireland, compiled by P. Flatsburie, &c. in continuation of Giraldus to 1587. (Holinshed's Chron. Vols. II. and VI.) History of Ireland to 1691. (Mod. Univ. History, Vol. XLI.) Burton's (Richard) History of Ireland, from the conquest of that nation by Henry II. to the time of William III. 4to. Westminster, 1811. Leland's (Thomas) History of Ireland from the invasion of Henry II. to William III.; with a preliminary discourse on the ancient state of that kingdom. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1773.

Plowden's (Francis) Historical Review of the state of Ireland, from the invasion by Henry II. to its union with Great Britain in 1801. 2 vols. in 3. 4to. London, 1803.

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Finglass's (Pat.) Breviate of the Getting of Ireland, and of the Decaie of the same. (Harris's Hibernica.)

Story of King Richard II., his last being in Ireland, translated by George Carew, Earl of Totness. (Harris's Hibernica.)

Warai (Jac.) Rerum Hibernicarum Annales, regnantibus Hen. VII. Hen. VIII. Edwardo VI. et Mariâ. Folio. Dublin, 1664. Musgrave's (Sir Rich.) Memoirs of the different Rebellions in Ireland, from the arrival of the English; also, a particular detail of that which broke out 23d May, 1798; with the history of the conspiracy which preceded it. 2 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1802. History of Sir John Perrot; containing an account of the Rebellion of Fitzmorris in 1572, of the remarkable attainder of Viscount Baltinglass and his four brothers in 1586, and of Sir J. Perrot's government to 1588; now published from the original MS. [by Ri. Rawlinson]. 8vo. London, 1728.

[E. C. S.], the Government of Ireland under Sir John Perrot, Knight, beginning 1584 and ending 1588; being the first booke of the continuation of the historie of that kingdome, formerly set forth to the year 1584, and now continued to this present. 4to. London, 1626. Stafford's (Sir Thomas) Pacata Hibernia: Ireland appeased and reduced;

or, an historie of the late warres of Ireland, especially within the province of Mounster, under the government of Sir George Carew. Folio. London, 1633.

With a contemporary MS. list of the privy council, April 7, 1596, and of all the nobility, spiritual and temporal, according to their rank, who sat in Parliament April 26, 1585, or the last of Elizabeth's reign, inserted. Morysine's (F.) History of Ireland from 1599 to 1603. (Itinerary.) G[ainsforde's] (T[hos.]) True, Exemplary, and Remarkable History of the Earle of Tirone, wherein the manner of his first presumption, and the means of his ensuing rejection, is truly related. 4to. Lond. 1619. [Davies' (Sir John)] Discoverie of the true Causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crown of England, until the beginning of his Maiestie's happie raigne. 4to. [London] 1612.

[Borlace's (Edmund)] History of the execrable Irish Rebellion in 1641, to the Act of Settlement in 1662. Folio. Lond. 1680.

Temple's (Sir John) Memoirs of the Rebellion in Ireland, 1641. 4to. London, 1646.

Memoirs of James Touchet, Earl of Castlehaven, his engagement and carriage in the Wars of Ireland, from 1642-51; written by himself. 8vo. Dublin, 1815.

History of James Duke of Ormonde; containing a history of Ireland under his government. (English Hist. Charles II.)

Story's (Geo.) Impartial History of the Wars of Ireland, 1689-92. 4to. London, 1693.

Macartney's (Sir Geo.) Account of Ireland in 1773. (Life.)

Gordon's (James) History of the Rebellion in Ireland in 1798, &c. containing an account of the proceedings of the Irish revolutionists from 1782 to the suppression of the rebellion. 8vo. London, 1803.

Adams' (Jane) Private Narrative of the Rebellion in Ireland of 1798, &c. (Croker's South of Ireland.)

Life of Theobald Wolfe Tone, founder of the United Irish Society; with a complete diary of his negotiations for the liberation of Ireland, of the expeditions of Bantry Bay, the Texel, &c. written by himself, and edited by his son. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1827.

Curran's (J. P.) Speeches on the late interesting State Trials in Ireland. 8vo. Dublin, 1808.

Hardy's (Thos.) Memoirs of the Political and Private Life of the Earl of Charlemont. 4to. Lond. 1810.

Barrington's (Sir Jonah) original Sketches of his own Times. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1827-32.

Barrington's (Sir Jonah) Historic Anecdotes and Secret Memoirs relative to the Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland. 4to. London, 1809-15.

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Bacon's (Lord) Tracts relating to Ireland.
Two Treatises concerning Ireland, setting forth how and by what means
the Laws and Statutes of England came to be in force in Ireland; by
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[Lodge's (J.)] Desiderata Curiosa Hibernica; or, a select Collection of State Papers consisting of royal instructions, directions, despatches, and letters. To which are added, some historical tracts. The whole illustrating the political system of the chief governors and government of Ireland during the reigns of Elizabeth, James, and Charles I. 2 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1772.

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Lanigan's (John) Ecclesiastical History of Ireland, from the first introduction of Christianity, to the beginning of the 13th century. 4 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1822.

Archdall's (Mervyn) Monasticon Hibernicum; or, an history of the abbies, priories, and other religious houses in Ireland. 4to. Dublin, 1786.

General History of Northern Nations.

Mallet's (M. P. H.) Northern Antiquities; or, a Description of the ancient Danes, and other northern nations, including those of our own Saxon ancestors: with a translation of the Edda, &c. from the ancient Icelandic tongue. Translated from the French [by John Calder]; with additional notes [by Thos. Percy, Bp. of Dromore]. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1770.

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