1. 1972 and the Ulster Troubles. Alan F. Parkinson. Four Courts Press. 2010. 400 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 978-1846822377. € 15
2. 500 Years of Irish Silver: Exhibition at National Museum of Ireland. Ida Delamer & Conor O’Brien. DUBLIN, National Museum . 2005. ISBN 10: 1905569009. Design and development; Silversmiths’ techniques , allied trades, Dublin Hallmarks 1638-2002; Makers’ Marks; Glossary of specialist terms. illustrated. € 15
3. A Biographical Dictionary of Cork. Timothy Cadogan & Jeremiah Falvey editors. 352 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN 9781846820304. Corkonians, including politics, industry, sport, church history etc. Over 1600 entries . € 10
4. A Biographical Dictionary of Irish Quakers. Richard Harrison. 1997. dust wrapper. Bewleys, Pims, Jacobs, Newsoms, Richardsons and others. € 15
5. A Book Around the Irish Sea. History Without Nations. David Brett. Wordwell. Large format paperback. ISBN: 9781905569366 € 5
6. A Celebration of Limerick Silver. Editors John Bowen & Conor O’Brien. Collin’s Press. Large format paperback. First book chronicling the work of Limerick silversmiths and goldsmiths; extensive new research; with a detailed directory of the goldsmiths and allied trades of Limerick up to the present day. € 30
7. A Century of Struggle in Delgany and Kilcoole: An Exploration of the Social Implications of Population Change in North-East Wicklow, 1666-1779. Brian Gurrin. 2000. 80pp. Illustrated. Paperback. € 5
8. A Challenge to Democracy: Militant Catholicism in Modern Ireland. Maurice Curtis. DUBLIN, The History Press. 2010. Paperback. radical Catholics combined together in lay organisations, to work in politics and society for the overthrow of the Protestant culture and to replace it with a strictly Catholic ethos. € 10
9. A Class Apart: The Gentry Families of County Kildare. Con Costello. History Press. paperback. 2005. 128 pages. The Gentry of Kildare is a fascinating exploration into the lives of a number of gentry families, their rise and their demise. € 5
10. A Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Irish Women Poets. Anne Ulry Colman. Kenny’s Bookshop. 1996. 254 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
11. A Galway Gentleman in the Age of Improvement. Robert French of Monivea, 1716-76. Denis A. Cronin. 1995. 64 pages. paperback. € 5
12. A Grand Gallimaufry collected in Honour of Nick Maxwell. Edited by Mary Davies, Una MacConville and Gabriel Cooney. Wordwell. Dust wrapper. significant articles on aspects of the history and archaeology of Ireland. € 10
13. A Guide to Sources for the History of Material Culture in Ireland 1500-2000. Toby Barnard. Four Courts Press. 2005. 128 pages. paperback. buildings, artefacts and human interventions in the landscape itself. € 10
14. A History of Bray. Arthur Flynn. History Press. 2004. paperback. shops, businesses, churches, schools and the events that have occurred. € 10
15. A History of Clane, the Village we Knew. Bryan Sammon, Paddy Behan, Liam Burke. History Press. 2006. paperback. Clane has a rich history and the local community are very active and involved in keeping local traditions alive. € 5
16. A History of Irish Emigrant Missionary Education. Daniel Murphy editor. Four Courts Press. 2000. 574 pages. dust wrapper. Druidic, Monastic and Bardic educational Traditions, Irish Education in Europe – AD 600-1200, Historical Roots of the Continental College movement, Irish colleges in France etc. € 25
17. A History of Newtownbutler. Barbara Chapman. History Press. 2005. Paperback. a fascinating account of the history of the town. € 5
18. A History of the Irish Naval Service. Aidan McIvor. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 15
19. A Lonely Grave. The Life and Death of William Redmond. Terence Denman. Irish Academic Press. ISBN 0716525615. 1995. 208 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
20. A Makeshift Majority. The First Inter-Party Government 1948-51. David McCullagh. 1998. 348 pages. paperback. € 10
21. A Paper Landscape, the Ordnance Survey in Nineteenth-century Ireland. J. H. Andrews. Four Courts Press. 2002. 400 pages. Paperback. € 10
22. A Radical Priest in Mayo. Fr. Patrick Lavelle: The Rise and Fall of an Irish Nationalist, 1825-86. Gerard Moran. paperback. € 20
23. A Rebel Act. Michael Hartnett s Farewell to English. Pat Walsh. Mercier Press. 2012. Paperback. In 1974 Hartnett one of the leading poets of his generation announced that he would write exclusively in Irish from then on. € 10
24. A Set of Curious Chances. A Decade of Opera at Limerick Christian Brothers, 1939-1949. Vincent Prendergast. 1998. 160 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
25. Social History of Ancient Ireland, treating of Government, Religion, Law, Art, Trade, Manners and Customs. P.W. Joyce. LIMERICK, Celtic Bookshop. 1997 reprint of 1903 edition in 2 volumes. Limited edition. ISBN 09401134241. An indispensable reference for Ireland before the Anglo-Norman invasion. € 100
26. A Star Chamber Court in Ireland; the Court of Castle Chamber, 1571-1641. Jon G. Crawford. 2005. 704 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
27. A Tipperary Landed Estate. Castle Otway, Templederry 1750-1853. Miriam Lambe. Irish Academic Press. 1998. 64 pages. paperback. € 20
28. A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, comprising the Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Corporate, Market, and Post Towns, Parishes, and Villages, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions. Samuel Lewis. GALWAY, Kenny’s Bookshop. 1995 reprint of the 1837 edition. 675 pages, 738 pages and map volume. large format in slipcase. An indispensable resource book collectors, libraries and historians alike including the atlas volume. € 175
29. A Tour of the Darkling Plain. The Finnegan Wake Letters of Thornton Wilder and Adaline Glasheen 1950-1975. Edward Burns editor. University College Press. 2001. 762 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
30. A University in Troubled Times. Queen’s Belfast, 1945-2000. T. A. Clarkson. Four Courts Press. 2004. 226 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
31. Abbey Theatre the First Hundred Years. Ireland’s National Theatre. Colm Fitz-simons. Paperback. 2004. € 10
32. Abbeyleix then now. Abbeyleix Heritage Group. The History Press Ltd. 2012. Abbeyleix was founded in the 18th century by Viscount de Vesci and is situated near a 12th century Cistercian monastery beside the River Nore. € 5
33. Above and Beyond: Essays in Memory of Leo Swan. Edited by Tom Condit and Christiaan Corlett. 2006. 526 pages. Dust wrapper. Meath, Sligo, Kerry, Wicklow, Dublin, blacksmithing, Early Christian times, Vikings etc. € 30
34. After a Fashion. A History of the Irish Fashion Industry. Robert O’Byrne. 2000. 180 pages. paperback. € 10
35. Afterlives: The Hunger Strike and the Secret Offer That Changed Irish History. Richard O’Rawe. The Lilliput Press. 2012. Paperback. By July 1981 four republican hunger strikers had already died in Long Kesh Prison. A fifth was clinging to life. To outsiders, Margaret Thatcher appeared unbending; yet, far from the prying eyes of the press, her government was making a substantial offer to the prisoners. € 10
36. Ag Bun na Cruaiche. Folkore and Folklife from the Foot of Croagh Patrick. Caitriona Hastings. History Press. 2009. 174 pages. paperback. € 10
37. Against the Wind. Memory of Clare Hurling. Ollie Byrne. Paperback. Interesting book. € 5
38. Alias Sean Forde. Story of Commandant Tomas Malone, Vice O. C. East Limerick Flying Column, IRA. Tom Malone. Danesfort.2000. paperback. € 20
39. An Archaeology of Southwest Ireland 1570-1670. Colin Breen. Four Courts Press. 2007. 240 pages. Illustrated. dust wrapper. € 15
40. An Early Toll Road. The Dublin-Dunleer Turnpike, 1731-1855. David Broderick. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History 1996. 64 pages. paperback. € 5
41. An File, Staidear ar Osnadurthacht na Filiochta sa Traidisiun Gaelach. Daithi O’hOgain. 1988. 476 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
42. An Garda Siochana and the Scott Medal. Gerard O’Brien. 2008. 216 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
43. An Irish Bishop in Penal Times: The Chequered Career of Sylvester Lloyd. Patrick Fagan. 208 pages. 1993. Dust wrapper. € 15
44. Anglicizing the Government of Ireland. The Irish Privy Council and the Expansion of Tudor Rule 1556-78. Jon Crawford. 1993. 528 pages. ISBN 0716524984. a most important study of an eventful time. € 20
45. Anglo-Irish Politics in the Age of Grattan and Pitt. Gerard O’Brien. dust wrapper. 1987. 232 pages. € 10
46. Archaeological Investigations in Galway City, 1987-1999. Edited by Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Madeline O’Brien and Paul Walsh. Wordwell. Large format. Dust wrapper. € 25
47. Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish Context 1688-1729. Christopher Fauske. Four Courts Press. 2004. 190 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
48. As Others Saw Us Cork through European Eyes. Edited by Joachim Fischer & Grace Neville. Paperback. € 10
49. Ascend or Die: Richard Crosbie, Pioneer of Balloon Flight. Bryan MacMahon. The History Press. 2012. ISBN 10: 1845889851. Ireland’s first aeronaut Crosbie constructed a hydrogen balloon with the aim of flying across the Irish Sea. 20,000 people witnessed his first flight from Ranelagh in 1785. He organised two further flights in Dublin, and made a final flight from Limerick in 1786. € 10
50. Aspects of Irish Studies. edited by Myrtle Hill and Sarah Barber.1990. paperback. seventeen important essays. € 5
51. Athlone Miscellany. Gearoid O’Brien. The History Press. 2011. 160 pages. paperback. € 5
52. Athy Town. Images of Ireland. Robert Redmond. History Press. 2005. Paperback. € 5
53. Ballinasloe. Images of Ireland Series. Rev. Declan Kelly. History Press. 2007. Paperback. € 5
54. Ballincollig Royal Gunpowder Mills: A Hidden History. Jenny Webb, Anne Donaldson. 2006. 128 pages. Paperback. € 10
55. Baptised in Blood. The Formation of the Cork Brigade of the IRA, 1913-1916. Gerry White and Brendan O’Shea. 2005. 128 pages. paperback. € 10
56. Beauties of the Boyne and the Blackwater. William Wilde. 2003. Reprint of the 1849 edition. Dust wrapper. 324 pages. € 20
57. Belfast and Derry in Revolt: A New History of the Start of the Troubles. Simon Prince, G. Warner. Irish Academic Press. 1912. Dust wrapper. € 10
58. Belfast’s Unholy War; The troubles of the 1920s. Alan Parkinson. 2004. 384 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
59. Beranger’s Rambles in Ireland. Edited by Peter Harbison. Paperback. 2004. 156 pages, colour illustrations. castles and abbeys from watercolours by Gabriel Beranger (1729–1817), a Huguenot artist who came to Ireland in the 1750s. € 10
60. Best of the West. GAA Greats of Connacht. John Scully. Collin’s Press. 2008. 244 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
61. Bishop Edward Thomas O’Dwyer of Limerick, 1842-1917. Thomas J. Morrissey. 2003. 480 pages. dust wrapper. € 35
62. Blasphemers & Blackguards: The Irish Hellfire Clubs. David Ryan. Irish Academic Press. 1912. Dust wrapper. € 15
63. Books of Survey and Distribution. County of Clare. Abstracts of Various Surveys and Instruments of Title, 1636-1703. DUBLIN, Irish Manuscript Commission. Large format. Loose sheets. a record of landowners in Ireland, incorporate information collected during earlier surveys detailing the proprietors who forfeited their land under the Cromwellian Settlement of 1641 and the amount and quality of land they held. The names of those to whom this land was granted, under various Acts between 1662 and 1703, is also given. € 50
64. Boyle Abbey and the School of the West. Britta Kalkreuter. 2001. 216 pages, illustrated. dust wrapper. € 15
65. Breaking Ground. The Story of William T. Mulvanny. John O’Sullivan 160 pages. paperback. A nineteenth-century Irish entrepreneur . € 10
66. British High Politics and Nationalist Ireland. Criminality, Land, Law under Forster and Balfour. Margaret O’Callaghan. Cork University Press. 1997. 223 pages. paperback. € 10
67. Broken Rails. Crashes and Sabotage on Irish Railways. Brian Mac Aongusa. ISBN: 1-85607-925-2. 2005. Dust wrapper. 256 pages great railway tragedies at Armagh, Camp, Cahir and Buttevant, as well as Civil War mishaps and of more recent times in including the episode The Sallin’s Mail Train Robbery. € 20
68. Buck Whaley’s Memoirs. Thomas Whaley. History Press.2006. paperback. paperback. € 5
69. Building for Government. The Architecture of State Buildings. O. P. W. in Ireland 1900-2000. Terence Brown et als. Town House. 1999. dust wrapper. ISBN 1860590748. € 20
70. Bunting’s Ancient Music of Ireland. Edited by Donal O’Sullivan and Michael O’Suilleabhain. Cork University Press. dust wrapper. 1983. 226 pages. ISBN 0902561251. € 50
71. Bygone Limerick. The City and County in Days gone by. Hugh Oram. The Mercier Press.2010. Paperback. 128 pages. € 5
72. Canon Frederick Donovan’s Dunlavin, 1884 – 1896. A West Wicklow Village in the Late Nineteenth Century. Chris Lawlor. Irish Academic Press ,Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. Paperback. ISBN 9780716527244. € 5
73. Captain Rock, Night Errant: the threatening letters of pre-Famine Ireland. Stephen Gibbons. Four Courts Press. 2004. 280 pages. the anonymous threatening letter played a significant role in pre-Famine Ireland. over 500 such letters, taken from the huge correspondence from all over the Irish countryside. € 20
74. Captain Rock. The Irish Agrarian Rebellion of 1821-24. James S. Donnelly. 2009. 508 pages. Paperback. movement originated in West Limerick. € 25
75. The Carlow War Dead. A History of Casualties in the Great War. Tom Burnell. History Press. Paperback. € 10
76. Carlow, the Manor and Town, 1674-1721. Thomas King. Maynooth Research Guide. 1997. Paperback. the O’Brien estate; the economic problems that beset it during the Williamite War until the botched sale to James Hamilton in 1721. € 5
77. Cashel: History and Guide. Denis Marnane. History Press. 2007. 159 pages. paperback. € 10
78. Castles and Fortifications in Ireland, 1485-1945. Paul M. Kerrigan. CORK, Collins Press. 1995. 320 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN: 1898256128. The definitive work on Ireland’s defensive structures. € 65
79. Catherine Hayes. The Hibernian Prima Donna. Basil Walsh. 2000. 400 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526629. € 15
80. Catholic Churchmen and the Celtic Revival, 1848-1916. Kevin Collins. Four Courts Press. 208 pages. 2003. Dust wrapper. ISBN: 1-85182-658-0. Clerics played the leading role in founding language organizations: The Gaelic Society; The Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language The Gaelic Union and The Gaelic League. They were also prominent in the success of the Gaelic Athletic Association. € 20
81. Catholicism in Ulster 1603-1983. An Interpretative History. Oliver P. Rafferty. 1994. 306 paperback. ISBN 0717121747. a detailed historical survey. € 10
82. Cattle in Ancient Ireland. A. T. Lucas. KILKENNY, Boethius Press. 1989. 315 pages. Lucas describes the role of cattle in early and medieval Ireland, and charts the surviving evidence relating to the herding and care of cattle, milking customs, the creaght, cattle raiding, and cows as a source of food. € 40
83. Cattle in Ancient Ireland. A. T. Lucas. KILKENNY, Boethius Press. 1989. 315 pages. Paperback edition. € 25
84. Cavan. Essays on the History of an Irish County. Edited by Raymond Gillespie. 1995. 256 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
85. Celtic and Early Christian Wexford. Four Courts Press. 1999. 238 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
86. Celtic Britain and Ireland, 200-800 A.D. The Myth of the Dark Ages. Lloyd Laing and Jennifer Laing. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
87. Celtic Women. Women in Celtic Society and Literature. Peter Beresford Ellis. 1995. dust wrapper. € 10
88. Censorship in the Two Irelands, 1922-1993. Peter Martin. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
89. Changing Times: The Story of Religion in 19th Century Celbridge . Desmond O’Dowd. Maynooth Studies in Local History.73 pages. Illustrated. € 5
90. Charles Powell Leslie (II)’s Estates at Glaslough, County Monaghan, 1800-41. Anthony Doyle. Maynooth Studies in Local History. Paperback. € 10
91. Civilizing Ireland. Ordnance Survey 1824-1842. Ethnograpny,
Cartography, Translation. Stiofan O Cadhla. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 20
92. Clare War Dead. A History of Casualties in the Great War. Tom Burnell. History Press. Paperback. € 10
93. Classic and Gothic. Studies in the History of Art. Michael McCarthy. Four Courts Press. 2005. dust wrapper. 160 pages. one of the limited edition of 200 copies. Signed by author. Articles on Irish and European art topics. € 15
94. Coming into the Light. The Work, Politics and Religion of Women in Ulster 1840-1940. edited by Janice Holmes and Diane Urquhart. Queens University Belfast. paperback. ISBN 0853895392. € 10
95. Con Cremin. Ireland’s War-time Diplomat. Dr. Niall Keogh. Mercier Press. 2006. Paperback. € 10
96. Confederate Ireland 1642-1649. A Constitutional and Political Analysis. Micheal O’Siochru. Four Courts Press. Paperback. 2008. 295 pages. € 10
97. Convicts and Colonies: A Study of Penal Transportation from Great Britain and Ireland to Australia and other parts of the British Empire. A.G. L. Shaw. Irish Historical Press. 1998. paperback. ISBN 1902057023. € 10
98. Coolure Demesne Crannog, Lough Derravaragh. An introduction to its archaeology and landscapes. Edited by Aidan O’Sullivan, Rob Sands and Eamonn P. Kelly. Large format paperback. € 10
99. Cork Silver and Gold. Four Centuries of Craftsmanship. John R. Bowen and Conor O’Brien. Collin’s Press. 2005. Paperback. this book is the first to chronicle the little-known work of the outstanding output of these craftsmen. The items described range from early ecclesiastical pieces dating from the late 1500s to a profusion of secular items, coffee pots, salvers, freedom boxes, maces and flatware. € 30
100. Cork Then and Now. Tom Cronin. The History Press. 2012. Dust wrapper. Dust wrapper. Contrasting a selection of archive images alongside full-colour modern photographs the changing faces and buildings of this historic county. € 10
101. Cork’s Industrial Revolution 1780-1880. Development or Decline. C. Andy Bielenberg. 1991. paperback. € 10
102. Cosmopolitan Ireland. Globalisation and Quality of Life. Carmen Kuhling. 2007. ISBN 10: 0745326498. historical and analytic account of the new Irish global economy and its leap into a cosmopolitan culture with its highs and lows. € 5
103. Country, Class or Craft. The Politicisation of Cork’s Artisans in the Nineteenth Century. Maura Cronin. Cork University Press. 294 pages. 1995. This work examines the political involvement of skilled craftsmen in Cork. € 20
104. County Antrim: Chasing the Light. Steven Hanna. History Press. 2008. Paperback. € 5
105. County Clare Studies. Ciaran O’Murchadha. ENNIS, The Clare Archaeological and Historical Society. 2000. Paperback. € 30
106. County Clare: Its Towns and Villages. Arthur Flynn. History Press. 2004. 127 pages. paperback. € 5
107. County Sligo in 1837. A Topographical Dictionary. County Sligo Heritage & Genealogy Society 2003. 83 pages. Wrappers. € 5
9108. Creators of Mathematics. The Irish Connection. Editor Ken Houston. 2001. 150 pages. paperback. € 10
109. Criminal Justice History. Themes & Controversies from Pre-Independence Ireland. I. O’Donnell & McAuley. Four Courts. 2003. 256 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
110. Crisis of Confidence: Anglo-Irish Relations in the Early Troubles, 1966-1974. Anthony Craig and Christopher Andrew. € 10
111. Cromwell’s Revenge. A True Story. Peter McLoughlin. paperback. Story of the Uniacke family of East Cork. € 10
112. Cu Chulainn. An Irish Age Hero. Daragh Smyth. Irish Academic Press. 2005. Dust wrapper. 206 pages. € 10
113. Culture in Ireland. Divisions or Diversity? Edited by Enda Longley. Institute of Irish Studies. 1991. 180 pages. paperback. Proceedings of the Cultures of Ireland Group Conferences. ISBN 0853894132. € 10
114. Cumann na mBan and the Irish Revolution. Cal McCarthy. Collin’s Press. Paperback. € 10
115. Cycling in Victorian Ireland. Brian Griffin. History Press. paperback. 120 pages. € 5
116. Dan Donnelly 1788-1820: Pugilist, Publican, Playboy. Patrick Myler. The Lilliput Press Ltd. 2011. Paperback. the remarkable story of an Irishman whose exploits in the bare-knuckle ring made him into an early 19th century folk hero. € 10
117. Dancing as a Social Pastime in the South East of Ireland. Mary Friel. paperback. € 5
118. David Crone. Paintings 1964-1991. S. B. Kennedy etc. Four Courts Press. paperback. € 10
119. Days by Shannon. Memories of Castleconnell, Ahane and Montpelier. Joe Carroll and Pat Tuohy. 1996. 116 pages. paperback. € 25
120. De Valera and his Times. edited by J.P. O’Carroll and John A. Murphy. Cork University Press. 196 pages. large format paperback. ISBN 0902561448 € 10
121. De Valera, Fianna Fail and the Irish Press. The Truth in the News? Mark O’Brien. 2001. 288 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
122. Deborah Brown from Painting to Sculpture. Edited by Hillary Pyle. Four Courts Press. 2003. 123 pages. limited edition large format paperback. € 10
123. Desmond’s Rising. Memoirs 1913 to Easter 1916. Desmond Fitzgerald. paperback. € 10
124. Diocese of Lismore 1801-69. Robert McCarthy. 2008 pages. Four Courts Press. Paperback. € 10
125. Dictionary of the Print Trade in Ireland 1550 – 1775. Robert Munter. Fordham University Press. 1988. dust wrapper. ISBN: 0823212009. Bibliographical knowledge of printing in Ireland depended upon dictionaries of the book. Dr Munter has brought a vast amount of information concerning Irish print practitioners together. Also, he has added a wealth of material gleaned from his own personal research.” € 20
126. Dissidents: Irish Republican Women 1923-1941. Dr. Ann Matthews. The Mercier Press. 2012. Paperback. During the War of Independence around 10,000 Irishwomen were actively involved in the fight for Irish freedom. € 10
127. Douglas Hyde. A Maker of Modern Ireland. Janet Egleson Dunleavy and Gareth W. Dunleavy. California. 1991. 462 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN: 0520066847. A major study of this extraordinary scholar and statesman. € 15
128. Down History and Guide. Ian Maxwell. History Press. 2010. 159 pages. paperback. € 5
129. Drawings from the Irish Architectural Archive. David Griffin & Simon Lincoln. Irish Architectural Archive. 1993. 79 pages. large format paperback. € 10
130. Drogheda Before the Famine. Urban Poverty in the Shadow of Privilege 1826-45. Ned McHugh. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Local History. 1998. 64 pages. Paperback. € 5
131. Dublin a Grand Tour. Jacqueline O’Brien with Desmond Guinness. Weidenfeld. 1994. 256 pages. dust wrapper. large format. colour illustrations. ISBN 0287822217. € 20
132. Dublin Docklands reinvented: the post-industrial regeneration of a European city quarter. Niamh Moore. 2008. 320 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
133. Dublin Musical Calendar 1700-1760. Brain Boydell. 1998. 450 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524304 € 15
134. Dublin Paper War 1786- 1788. A Bibliographical & Critical Enquiry with an Account of the Origins of the Protestant Ascendancy and its ‘Baptism’ in 1792. W. J. Mc McCormack. 1993. 166 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
135. Duelling in Ireland 1570-1860 ‘That Damn’d Thing Called Honour’: James Kelly. Cork University Press. 1995. 320 pages. paperback edition. ISBN 1859180434. Study of the duels and the participants. € 10
136. Duma na nGiall. Mound of Hostages. Muiris O’Sullivan. Wordwell, Dublin.2005. Dust Jacket. Large format. excavations at Tara, were directed initially by Seán P. Ó Ríordáin, and later by Ruaidhrí de Valera. € 15
137. Edenderry. Images of Ireland Series by Edenderry Historical Society. paperback. History Press. 2009. € 5
138. Edmund Burke. A Life in Caricature. Nicholas K. Robinson. 1996. 214 pages. large format. dust wrapper. ISBN: 0300068018. a beautiful book. € 20
139. Edward Mcguire, RHA. Brian Fallon. 1991. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524786. the life and work of an influential Irish artist. € 15
140. Ella Young. Irish Mystic and Rebel from Literary Dublin to the American West. Rose Murphy. Paperback. € 5
141. Encyclopaedia of Ireland. Brian Lalor. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 1218 pages. Dust wrapper. This reference contains a full listing of over 5000 articles on all things Irish, past and present, written by experts. Meticulously detailed , treasure store of information, education, entertainment and enlightenment. € 25
142. Enemies and Passing Friends, Settler Ideologies in Twentieth Century Ulster. Pamela Clayton. 1996. paperback. ISBN: 0745310109. € 10
143. Engineering Ireland. Editor Ronald C. Cox. Cork University Press. Large format. 2006. 384 pages. An insight into the engineering profession enabling the reader to appreciate the invaluable contributions made by Irish engineers to advancement of Irish life. € 50
144. English Newsbooks and the Irish Rebellion of 1641. David O’Hara. Four Courts Press. 2006. 236 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
145. English, Irish and Scottish Silver at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Wees. Large format. Dust wrapper. Profusely illustrated. € 15
146. Enniscorthy History and Heritage. Michael Toibin. 1999. 190 pages. 170 pages. Paperback. € 10
147. Enniskerry A History. Michael Seery. DUBLIN, History Press. 2011. 96 pages. € 10
148. Essays in Irish Labour History. A Festschrift for Elizabeth and John Boyle. Francis Devine eta als. Irish Academic Press. paperback. €10
149. Explorations in Law and History. Irish Legal History Society. W.N. Osborough. Four Courts Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN: 0716525410. judges, 1210-1377′; king’s Serjeants at law; Marriage, divorce, degrees: canon law and Scots law; Audley Mervyn, The Four Courts at Christ Church, 1608-1796; Chancery 1827-1841 etc. € 10
150. Exploring Georgian Limerick. Pat Dargan & Mike Dargan. The History Press Ltd. 2012. its beginnings and emergence, Baroque planning, classically inspired architecture. Individuals responsible for developments are introduced. € 10
151. Fabric & Form. Irish Fashion since 1950. Elizabeth McCrum. 1996. paperback. ISBN 0750912863. € 10
152. Falling into Wretchedness: Ferbane in the Late 1830s. Helen Shiel. Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. 1998. 64 pages. Wrappers. € 5
153. Famine and Community in Mullingar Poor Law Union 1845-49. Seamas O’Brien. Maynooth Studies in Irish History. 1999. 64 pages. Wrappers. € 5
154. Farming in Ireland. History, Heritage and Environment. John Feehan. 2003. 605 pages. large format. dust wrapper. € 75
155. Farnham. Images from the Maxwell Estate County Cavan. Brendan Scott. Wordwell. Large format paperback. € 5
156. Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity. Paul A. Townend. 2002. 320 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716527275. € 10
157. Father Matthew and the Irish Temperance Movement, 1838-1849. Colm Kerrigan. Cork University . 1992. 243 pages. dust wrapper. € 25
158. Female Education in Ireland 1700-1900. Minerva or Madonna? Susan Parkes, Irish Academic Press. Deirdre Raftery. paperback. Irish Academic Press. € 10
159. Fertile Rock. Four Seasons in the Burren. Carsten Krieger. 2006. dust wrapper. A most attractive large format book. € 30
160. Fighting for Dublin. The British Battle for Dublin 1991-1921. William Sheehan. Collin’s Press. 2007. paperback. € 5
161. Figures from the Past in honour of Helen Roe. Studies on Figurative Art in Ireland. edited by Etienne Rynne. Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. 1987. 328 pages. large format. dust wrapper. ISBN: 090760644X € 25
162. Fingal, 1603-60: contending neighbours in north Dublin. Maighread Ni Mhurchadha. Four Courts Press. 2005. 320 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
163. Flora Hibernica. The Wild Flowers, Plants and Trees of Ireland. Jonathan Pilcher & Valerie Hall. 2004. Paperback. 216 pages, colour photographs. € 10
164. Folklore of County Wexford. Diarmaid Ó Muirithe, & Deirdre Nuttall editors. DUBLIN, Four Courts Press, 1999. ISBN: 1851824537. Dust Jacket. 213 pages. ‘Historical incidents, weather lore, strange happenings, love and marriage, curses and prayers, birth and death’, all feature in this book € 15
165. Following in Father’s Footsteps. Social Mobility in Ireland. Michael Hout. Dublin. 1989. 394 pages. dust wrapper. social mobilitY; education, life cycle, religion, and farming, reveal surprising findings. ISBN 0674307283. € 10
166. Following the Shoals: Cornerstones of Modern Irish Fishing. Pat Nolan. DUBLIN, The History Press. 2011. Paperback. recollections of those who experienced commercial fishing over the past half century or so. The changes that have taken place in that period rank amongst the greatest of any era. € 5
167. For Want of Good Money: the Story of Ireland’s Coinage. Edward Colgan. 2003. 215 pages, illustrations. dust wrapper. Definitive study; the first coins struck around 997 in Viking Dublin, Norman and Tudor coins, gun money etc. € 30
168. Forgotten Heroes. Galway Soldiers in the Great War, 1914-1918. William Henry. 2007. paperback. € 10
169. Fortress Ireland. The Story of the Irish Coastal Forts and the River Shannon Defence line. John Hartnett McEnery. 2006. 208 pages, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. Defence structures from Lough Swilly to Bantry Bay. € 15
170. Forward the Rifles: The War Diary of an Irish Soldier, 1914-1918. Captain David Campbell. The History Press. 2009. Paperback. Gallipoli and Salonica were a far cry from a small working farm in County Louth, Ireland. € 10
171. Foundation Myths: The Beginnings of Irish Archaeology. John Waddell. Wordwell Books. 2005. paperback. Irish archaeology from medieval times to 20th century, Petrie, O’Donovan, Curry, Westropp, Windele etc. a masterly study . € 10
172. Francis Hutcheson in Dublin, 1719–1730. Michael Brown. Four Courts Press. 240 pages. 2002. ISBN: 1-85182-637-8. Francis Hutcheson (1692-1746) is a figure of international significance. The book traces the origins of Hutcheson’s thought to the peculiar nature of his experience while in Dublin. € 15
173. Francis Ledwidge. A Life of the Poet. Alice Curtayne. paperback. € 5
174. Franciscan Faith: Sacred Art in Ireland, AD 1600–1750. Raghnall Ó Floinn editor. Wordwell. 2011. ISBN 978-1-905569-58-8. Some of the finest pieces held by the Order, altar plate but also including sculpture, furniture and seal matrices. The catalogue is accompanied by a series of essays dealing with aspects of the material culture of the Irish Franciscans. This large format, profusely illustrated volume will be of interest to historians, art historians and specialists in silver. € 15
175. Frank Sherwin. Independent and Unrepentant. Frank Sherwin Junior. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. Life of Frank Sherwin Senior, in his own words, from his witnessing of the Easter Rising through to the early 1970s. € 10
176. Frederick Trench (1746-1836) and Heywood, Queen’s County: The Creation of a Romantic Demesne. Patricia Friel. Irish Academic Press. Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. 2000. 64 pages. Wrappers. Trench created a romantic landscape in the lands of Ballinakill during the late 18th Century. € 5
177. From Ringforts to Fortified Houses. Studies on Castles and other Monuments in honour of David Sweetman. Edited by Conleth Manning. Wordwell. Dust wrapper. € 25
178. Fugitive Ireland. European Minority Nationalists and Irish Political Asylum, 1937-2008. Daniel Leach. Four Courts Press. 2009. Dust wrapper. € 15
179. Gaelic Ireland c. 1250-c. 1650. P. Duffy, D. Edwards & E. Fitzpatrick. Four Courts Press. 2004. 454 pages. paperback. € 10
180. Generations. Memories of the Lee Hydro-electric Scheme. Kieran McCarthy. Lilliput Press. 2008. Dust wrapper. Large format. € 10
181. George’s Ghosts. A New Life of W. B. Yeats. Brenda Maddox. London, Picador. 1999. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0330376527 € 10
182. Gerard Dillon. An Illustrated Biography. James White. Belfast, Wolfhound Press. 1994. dust wrapper. ISBN 086327370X. € 50
183. Germany and Ireland 1945-1955. Two Nations’ Friendship. Cathy Molohan. Dust wrapper. € 10
184. Glassmaking in Ireland: from the Medieval to the Contemporary. Irish Academic Press Ltd. 2011. ISBN 10: 0716531062 . a treasure-trove of fascinating information for the scholar, collector, and enthusiast alike. The book is the first comprehensive survey of glassmaking in Ireland, chronicling the evolution of the industry from the 16th through to the 21st century. € 20
185. Gods of the Celts. Miranda Green. 1986. 257 pages. Dust wrapper. € 10
186. Goodly Barrow: A Voyage on an Irish River. T.F. O Sullivan. The Lilliput Press Ltd. 2002. Paperback. ISBN 1901866777. Ireland s second longest river, from the Slieve Bloom mountains to the sea in Waterford. € 10
187. Graziers and Grasslands: Portrait of a Rural Meath Community, 1854-1914. Jim Gilligan. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. 64 pages. Wrappers. € 5
188. Great Irish Houses and Castles. Jacqueline O’Brien and Desmond Guinness. London. Weidenfeld. 1992. large format. colour illustrations. 264 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0297831410. € 30
189. Great Irish Speeches. Richard Aldous. Quercus. 2007. 228 pages. dust wrapper. Includes CD. € 10
190. Great Irish Voices. Over 400 Years of Irish Oratory. Gerard Reid.
Irish Academic Press. Paperback. € 10
191. Great Stone Circles. Fables, Fictions, Places. Aubrey Burl. Yale University Press.1999. dust wrapper. ISBN 0300076894 € 15
192. Green and Red. The Lives of Frank Ryan. Adrian Hoar. 2004. 300 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
193. Guardians of the Peace. Conor Brady. London. Prendeville Publishing reprint of the original 1974 edition. paperback. ISBN 0953569713. € 10
194. Guarding Neutral Ireland: the Coast Watching Service and Military Intelligence, 1939-45. Michael Kennedy. Four Courts Press. 2008. 392 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
195. Handball, the Game, the Players, the History. Tom McElligott. 1984. wrappers. ISBN 0863270182. € 10
196. Handloom Weavers in Ulster’s Linen Industry, 1815-1914. K. J. James
2006. 180 pages. handloom weavers as they encountered changes in the industry, and explores fluctuating definitions of men’s and women’s work in the trade. € 15
197. Harvest, a History of Grain Growing, Harvesting and Milling in Ireland. Majella Flynn. 1996. 134 pages. paperback. ISBN 0952970708. € 10
198. Henry Flood. Patriots and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland. James Kelly. Four Courts Press. 1998. 486 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 1851823654. detailed study of an influential though somewhat overlooked figure in Irish history. € 15
199. High Tension. Life on the Shannon Scheme. Michael MacCarthy. 2005. 316 pages. paperback. 254 copies. A wonderful work on the construction of the Power Plant at Ardnacrusha. € 10
200. Historical Essays on the Kingdom of Munster. The Mac Carthy Mor. 315 pages. Irish Genealogical Foundation. 1994. hardback ISBN 0940134292. Eoghanachta, Kingship of Ireland, Dal gCais, submissions of Dermod and Tadgh, surrender and regrant, Gaelic feudalism in Desmond and the MacCarthy Mor. € 20
201. History of the Diocese of Clogher. Henry Jefferies. Four Courts Press. 2005. 288 pages. Dust wrapper. This book comprises a series of essays that range across much of the diocese’s history from St Molaisse up to the eve of the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland. € 20
202. Hurling Giants. Brendan Fullam. 1994. 260 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0863274449. € 10
203. Ideology and Ireland in the 19th Century. Tadhg Foley & Sean Ryder editors. Four Courts Press. 1998. Paperback. € 10 .
204. Ilaunloughan Island; an Early Medieval Monastery in County Kerry. Jenny Marshall, Claire Walsh, Grellan Rourke. 2005. 256 pages. dust wrapper. monastery on the edge of the Atlantic that lasted from 7th to 9th century. € 10
205. Illuminations. 101 Drawings from early Irish History. Martyn Turner. 1986. large format, colour illustrations. ISBN: 0863141366. € 10
206. Images of Ballinasloe. Declan Kelly. 2007. History Press. Paperback. € 5
207. Images of Edenderry. Edenderry Historical Society. History Press. paperback. 2009. € 5
208. Images of Fingal: Coast and Castle. David O’Flynn. 2007. History Press. paperback. € 5
209. Images of Galway. Paul Malone. . History Press. 2008. Paperback. € 5
210. Images of Ireland: Meath. Tommy Murray. History Press. 2008. paperback. € 5
211. Images of Sarsfield Barracks. Denis Carroll, Michael Deegan, Stephen Kelly, William Sheehan. 2008. Paperback. The illustrated history of the Limerick Barracks which have a played a prominent role in the country’s history. € 5
212. In Defence of Ireland. Irish Military Intelligence 1918-45. Maurice Walsh. 2010. 374 pages. Paperback. € 5
213. In Dubious Battle. The Dublin and Monaghan Bombings 1972-1974. J. Bowyer Bell. 1996. 164 pages. Paperback. € 5
214. In Praise of Honey. Honey for Health, Beauty and Cookery. Recipes and Traditions. Jane Charleton and Jane Newdick. Boyne Valley Honey. 1995. circa 140 pages. large format. dust wrapper. ISBN 1861555598. Most attractive book. € 10
215. In Search of Community, the Achievement of Sean O’Casey. Herbert Goldstone. 1972. Paperback. ISBN 853423210. € 5
216. In Search of Islands. Life of Conor O’Brien. Judith Hill. Collin’s Press. 2009. 126 pages. large format. Dust wrapper. Limerick author sailor and rebel. € 30
217. In Search of Thomas Sheahan. Radical Politics in Cork, 1824-1836. Fintan Lane. 2001. 64 pages. Paperback. € 5
218. In the Steps of St. Finbarre; Voices and Memories of the Lee Valley. Kieran McCarthy. paperback. € 5
219. In the Tracks of the West Clare Railway. Mercier Press Reprint. Wrappers. € 15
220. In Time of Civil War. The Conflict on Irish Railways 1922-23. Bernard Share. Collin’s Press. Large format. dust wrapper. € 10
221. Industrial Ireland 1750-1930 An Archaeology. Colin Rynne. Collin’s Press. 500 pages. 2006. the first comprehensive survey of Ireland’s industrial archaeology fully referenced and illustrated throughout, this will become the standard work on the subject. It is divided into five main parts: Industrial and Motive Power, Extractive Industries, Manufacturing Industries, Transport & Communications and Utility Industry & Industrial Housing. € 50
222. Inishmurray. Monks and Pilgrims in an Atlantic Landscape. Jerry O’Sullivan and Tomas O’Carragain. Collin’s Press. Large format. Dust wrapper. € 20
223. Inscribed in Remembrance. Gravemark Lettering, Form, Function and Recording. George Thomson. Wordwell. Paperback. € 10
224. Inside: Ireland’s Women’s Prisons, Past and Present. Christina M. Quinlan. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
225. IRA Internments and the Irish Government. Subversives and the State, 1939-1962. John Maguire. Irish Academic Press. Paperback. a neglected period in the history of the IRA. € 15
226. IRA Jailbreaks. O’Donoghue. Mercier Press Reprint. Wrappers. € 10
227. Ireland and Britain in the Atlantic World. Irish Post-Medieval Group Proceedings 2. Edited by Audrey Horning and Nick Brannon. Wordwell. Large format paperback. € 15
228. Ireland and the Crimean War. New Irish History. David Murphy. ISBN: 1851826394. Four Courts Press. 2002. 262 pages, maps, plates, portraits. dust jacket. In 1854 Britain, France and Turkey fought against Russia. This is the first book to assess all levels of Irish involvement in the Crimean war using contemporary letters and published memoirs. Most numerous in the British army, some Irishmen also served in the armies of France, Turkey, and Russia while Irish civilians who went to the Crimea to work as chaplains, engineers, navvies and in the medical services. Reference is made to the work of the Irish war-correspondents including William Howard Russell. € 15
229. Ireland and the Jacobite Cause, 1685-1766: A Fatal Attachment. Eamonn O’ Ciardha. Four Courts Press. 2004. 484 pages. Paperback. ISBN 10: 1851828052.This book offers the first analytic study of Irish Jacobitism in English, spanning the period between the succession of James II (1685) and the death of his son ‘James III’, ‘the Old Pretender’, in 1766. € 10
230. Ireland and the League of Nations 1919-1946. International Relations, Diplomacy and Politics. Michael Kennedy. 1996. 286 pages. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716525493. € 10
231. Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. Regional Identity. Glen Hooper & Leon Litvack. Four Courts Press. paperback. € 10
232. Ireland in the Stuart Papers 1719-1765. Patrick Fagan. Four Courts Press. 1995. 724 pages. 2 volume set. The Stuart papers are in effect the official correspondence of the court of James II and, predominantly, of his son, the Old Pretender. Following the death of Cardinal York in 1807, the British government, at the instigation of the Prince Regent, acquired these papers. The entire collection contains in the region of 80,000 items. The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts published the papers for the period up to 1718 in seven volumes, but these contain relatively little of Irish interest. The Stuart papers have largely been ignored as a source of Irish history; yet they shed a great deal of light on Catholic Ireland in the first half of the eighteenth century. In particular they deal with the nomination of bishops to vacant sees and with clerics who furnished the court with reports on events and conditions in Ireland; they also include much information on the Irish colleges on the continents. € 50
233. Ireland, Europe and the Marshal Plan. T. Geiger & M. Kennedy editors. Four Courts Press. 2004. 240 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
234. Ireland. Michael Viney. Smithsonian Books. 2003. dust-jacket. Ireland is a land with a rich natural history. Michael Viney. € 10
235. Ireland’s Minstrel. A Life of Tom Moore, Poet, Patriot, and Byron’s Friend. Linda Kelly. 2006. 226 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
236. Ireland’s Shannon Story. Leaders, Visions, Networks a Case Study of Local and Regional Development. Brian Callanan. 1999. 240 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716527103. € 15
237. Ireland’s Shannon Story. paperback. € 10
238. Ireland’s Generals in the Second World War. Richard Doherty. 280 pages. 2004. wartime careers of nineteen Irishmen who reached general officer rank – from brigadier upward – and assesses their records. Alexander, Auchinleck and Montgomery, Richard O’Connor, Tim Pile, Nelson Russell, Pat Scott, Adrian Gore, David Dawnay, Freddie Loftus, Sir Richard McCreery, Sir Brian Horrocks, and Sir Allan Adair. € 15
239. Irish Agricultural Production, its Volume and Structure. Raymond Crotty. Cork University Press. 1966. 384 pages. dust wrapper. A superbly detailed study of the historical importance of Irish agriculture. € 15
240. Irish Antiquities. Essays in memory of Joseph Raftery. Edited by Michael Ryan. 1998. 224 pages, illustrated. Dust wrapper. ISBN 1-869857-25-9. Sheela-na-gigs, gold dress fasteners, Early Celtic art on the Continent, the Irish Late Bronze Age, and the use of iron in Viking Dublin. € 10
241. Irish Antiquity. Essays and Studies Presented to M. J. O’Kelly. edited by Donnchadh O’Corrain. DUBLIN. 1994 reprint of 1981 edition. paperback edition. ISBN 1851821740. Superb collection of essays on a variety of subjects including dendrochronology, bronze age implements, gold artifacts, iron age burials, field boundaries, monastic archaeology, early Irish churches. € 10
242. Irish Art Heritage from 2,000 B.C. Design Legacy from the Mid-West. a Source Book for Craft Workers. Hillary Gilmore. 1983. Paperback. € 10
243. Irish Cities. edited by Howard B. Clarke. Mercier Press. 1995. paperback. 217 pages. Fifteen important essays, The Thomas Davis Series. € 10
244. Irish Civil War. Tim Pat Coogan and George Morrison. 288 pages. large format. dust wrapper. € 15
245. Irish Country House, a Social History. Peter Somerville-Large. 1985. dust wrapper. ISBN 1856192377. € 45
246. Irish Family Histories. Ida Grehan. 1993. large format paperback. ISBN 1860590039 € 10
247. Irish Gardener’s Three Year Diary. Editor Charles Nelson, illustrated by Matt Turner and Bridget Flinn. 1985. Boethius Press. ISBN: 0863141153 € 10
248. Irish Gardens. Olda Fitzgerald, Photographs by Stephen Robson. 1999. 240 pages. ISBN 068816885X. € 20
249. Irish Literary Magazines. An Outline History and Descriptive Bibliography. Tom Clyde. 2002. 256 pages. € 10
250. Irish Literature. The Eighteenth Century. An Annotated Anthology. A. Norman Jeffares, Peter Van De Kamp. Irish Academic Press. 2006. 402 pages. Paperback. Swift, Berkeley, Burke, Goldsmith, Sheridan , Congreve, Steele, Farquhar, Macklin, Lord Orrery, Thomas Sheridan , Richard Edgeworth etc. € 10
251. Irish Literature. The Nineteenth Century. An Annotated Anthology. A. Norman Jeffares, Peter Van De Kamp. Irish Academic Press. Three Volumes. Paperback. € 30
252. Irish Medieval Figure Sculpture 1200 to 1600. John Hunt. LIMERICK, The Hunt Museum. 2000. Paperback. Illustrated. € 5
253. Irish Musical Studies 3: Music and Irish Cultural History. Gerard Gillen, & Harry White editors. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1995. 236 pages. 1995. dust wrapper. This book addresses the relationship between music and cultural history in Ireland including Celticism (in pre-Christian and early Christian Ireland), the ideology of ethnic culture, education, nationalism, religion, the composer in modern Ireland and the impact of music on the Irish literary imagination. € 35
254. Irish Painting. Brian Kennedy. 1993. large format, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. ISBN: 0948524650. € 20
255. Irish Parliamentary Politics in the Eighteenth Century 1714 – 1760. Robert E. Burns. 1990. 2 volumes. dust wrapper. ISBN 0813206731 and ISBN 081320710X. a thorough study. € 30
256. Irish Pearl, a Cultural, Social and Economic History. John Lucey. Wordwell Books. 2006. Paperback. 204 pages. colour illustrations. € 10
257. Irish Peasant Society. K. H. Connell. 1996. 176 pages. Irish Academic Press. ISBN 0716525887. modern reprint of an important study of nineteenth century Ireland. € 20
258. Irish Public Sculpture. A History. Judith Hill. 1998. 302 pages. dust wrapper. a comprehensive study. € 10
259. Irish Republican Women in America. Lecture Tours 1916-1925. Joanne Mooney Eichacker. 2002. 748 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526889. an examination of the role of women in revolutionary Ireland. € 15
260. Irish Republican Women in America. Paperback. € 10
261. Irish Women and Nationalism. Soldiers, New Women and Wicked Hags. Louise Ryan. 2004. 248 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
262. Irish Women and the Vote. Becoming Citizens. Editor Louise Ryan and Margaret Ward. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
263. Irishmen in War 1800-2000. Essays from the Irish Sword. Volume two of the series. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 15
264. Strangers to Citizens: The Irish in Europe 1600-1800. Mary Ann Lyons & Thomas O’Connor. National Library of Ireland. 2008. ISBN 10: 0907328652. 2008. Dust Jacket. 157 pages. From 1600 to 1800 continental Europe was the main destinations for tens of thousands of Irish migrants. This vast transfer of people, resources and skills, involving individuals of all backgrounds, enriched Europe at a pivotal moment in its long process of political and economic modernisation. € 15
265. The Battle for Benburb. Clive Hollick. Mercier Press Ltd ISBN 10: 1856356701. Dust wrapper. € 15
266. Jack Lynch. Where he Sported and Played. Liam O’Tuama. Blackwater Press. dust wrapper. € 10
267. Jack Yeats. Bruce Arnold. Large format. Dust wrapper. definitive study on the father of an illustrious family and a distinguished artist in his own right. € 10
268. Jim Larkin. In the Footsteps of big Jim, a Family Biography. Blackwater Press. Paperback. ISBN 0861217020. € 5
269. James Fintan Lalor. Radical. David Buckley. Cork University Press. 1990. dust wrapper. ISBN 0902561561 € 20
270. John Bellew, A Seventeenth-Century Man of Many Parts. Harold O’ Sullivan. 2000. 240 pages. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526223. € 10
271. John Blake Dillon, Young Irelander. Brendan O’Cathaoir. 1990. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524678. Dillon was a leading member of the Young Ireland Movement. € 15
272. John Chartres Mystery Man of the Treaty. Brian Murphy. 1995. 190 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716525431. € 10
273. John Fitzgibbon, Earl of Clare. Protestant Reaction and English Authority in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Ann Kavanagh. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. 1997. 461 pages. ISBN 0716526050. a detailed examination of the remarkable and controversial career of Lord Chancellor Clare. € 30
274. John Hume and the SDLP Impact and Survival in Northern Ireland. Gerard Murray. 1998. 342 pages. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526445. € 10
275. John O’Donovan. 1806-1861: A Biography. Patricia Boyne. KILKENNY, Boethius Press. paperback edition. ISBN 0863141404. paperback edition. One of Ireland’s foremost historians and the translator of many of our most important historical works including The Annals of Ireland. € 15
276. John Tyndall. Essays on a Natural Philosopher. edited by Brock, Mc Millan & Mollan. Royal Dublin Society. 1981. 218 pages. Sewn but unbound. Tyndall a scientist, mountaineer and natural philosopher was one of Ireland’s most eminent scientists, and one of the outstanding scientific personalities of his age. € 10
277. Jonathan Swift. The Irish Identity. Robert Mahony. Yale University Press. 1995. dust wrapper. ISBN 0300063741. € 10
278. Jonathan’s Travels. Swift and Ireland. Joseph McMinn. Appletree Press. 1994. ISBN 0862814537. 1994. dust wrapper. 1994. first illustrated account of Jonathan Swift’s long and extensive travels around Ireland. € 10
279. Kerry and the Royal Munster Fusiliers. Alan Drumm. The History Press. 2010. 144 pages. paperback. € 5
280. Kilkenny History and Guide. Pat Tynan. The History Press. 2006. 128 pages. paperback. € 5
281. King James’s Irish Army List 1689. Illustrations, Historical and Genealogical. John D’Alton. LIMERICK, Celtic Bookshop.1997. Limited edition reprint of the 1855 edition. 975 pages. ISBN 0940134233. this book contains a mass of valuable information, relevant to the historian of seventeenth century Ireland, Irish military history and genealogist. € 75
282. King of Mysteries. Early Irish Religious Writings. Four Courts Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
283. King’s Inn and the Kingdom of Ireland. The Irish ‘Inn of Court’ 1541-1800. Colum Kenny. 1992. 360 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526336. € 10
284. Lady Icarus – The Life of Irish Aviator Lady Mary Heath. Lindie Naughton. Ashfield Press. 2004. Dust wrapper. ISBN 10: 1901658384. first full length biography of one of the truly great Irish women of the 20th century. Mary Heath was born in County Limerick. € 10
285. Laurel Hill 1845-1995. Memories and Musings on Days At. Eileen Keane S. J. Limerick. 1995. large format paperback. € 10
286. Law and the Emergence of Modern Dublin. W. N. Osborough. Irish Academic Press. 1996. 225 pages. Dust wrapper. contents include:litigation topography; defining Dublin; physical setting; river port and bay; renaming Sackville Street; landmark buildings; public utilities; recreation; burying Dubliners; assessment. € 15
287. Lays and Legends of Thomond With Historical and Traditional Notes. Michael Hogan ‘The Bard of Thomond’. LIMERICK. 1995 reprint. a very significant work relating to counties Clare and Limerick. Dust wrapper. € 15
288. Letters from Georgian Ireland. Correspondence of Mary Delany 1731-68. edited by Angelique Day. 1991. Dust wrapper. 094687235X. impressions of people, places and social gatherings. a delightful book. € 20
289. Letters from Ireland. Harriet Martineau. 2001. 208 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526530. written as a series of reports for the Daily News newspaper, in the autumn of 1852, Martineau’s narrative presents a detailed account of Ireland in the years immediately after the Irish famine; an important Irish tour book. € 15
290. Letters of Lord Chief Baron Edward Willes to the Earl of Warwick, 1757 – 1762. An account of Ireland in the mid – eighteenth century. Edited and introduced by James Kelly. 1990. 141 pages. € 10
291. Letters of Lord Chief Baron Edward Willes. Paperback. € 5
292. Letters of Padraig Pearse. Editor Seamus O’Buachalla. 1980. 24 pages, 506 pages. Dust wrapper. € 20
293. ‘Life that is Exile’. Daniel Corkery and the Search for Irish Ireland. Patrick Maume. 1993. Queens University Belfast. dust wrapper. ISBN 0853894922. First full length study of Corkery, a major and controversial figure in early twentieth century Ireland. € 10
294. Lifeboats of Rosslare & Wexford. Nicholas Leach. History Press. 2007. Paperback. € 5
295. Lismore. Images of Ireland. F. Dennis Eugene. The History Press. Paperback. € 5
296. Lords of the Ascendancy. 1600-1800. Francis James. Irish Academic Press. 1995. 248 pages. Dust wrapper. € 15
297. Lost and Found 1. Edited by Joe Fenwick. Wordwell. 2003. Dust wrapper. ISBN9781869857684. € 10
298. Lost and Found II. Rediscovering Ireland’s Past. Edited by Joe Fenwick. Wordwell. Paperback. € 5
299. Lough Kinale: Studies of an Irish Lake. The Lake Settlement Project. C. Fredengren, A. Kilfeather and I. Stuijts. Wordwell. Large format. Dust wrapper. € 10
300. Lough Swilly. A Living Landscape. Andrew Cooper. DUBLIN, Four courts Press. 2011. 208 pages. Dust wrapper. € 5
301. Loyal to the Core?: Orangeism and Britishness in Northern Ireland. James McAuley, Jon Tonge, Andrew Mycock. Irish Academic Press. 2011. ISBN 10: 0716530872. The Orange Order remains the largest organization in Northern Irish civil society. € 20
302. Mapping the Great Irish Famine. Liam Kennedy, Paul Ell, E. M. Crawford, L. Clarkson. Four Courts Press. 1999. ISBN 1851823530. € 20
303. Mapping Offaly in the Early 19th Century with an Atlas of William Larkin’s Map of King’s County, 1809. Arnold Horner. Wordwell. 2006. Very large format book. € 20
304. Mapping Meath in the Early 19th Century with an Atlas of William Larkin’s Map of Meath, 1812. Arnold Horner. Wordwell. 2007. Very large format book. € 20
305. Maps and map-making in local history. Jacinta Prunty. 2004. 352 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
306. March Away My Brothers Irish Soldiers and Their Music in the First World War. Brendan MacQuaile. Londubh Books. Paperback. 2011. ISBN 10: 1907535241. € 10
307. Marconi: The Irish Connection. Michael Sexton. 160 pages plus illustrations. 2004. Marconi (1874-1937), had an Irish mother, and married Beatrice O’Brien, daughter of Lord Inchiquin of Dromoland Castle, County Clare. This study traces Marconi’s Irish and Italian family connections, and his work in Ireland, in particular the installation of his radio signalling stations at Crookhaven, Ballybunion and Clifden, which in 1907 was the most advanced station of its kind in the world. € 15
308. Matters of Deceit: Breach of Promise to Mary Cases in 19th- and 20th-Century Limerick. Maria Luddy. Maynooth Studies in Local History. DUBLIN, Four Courts Press. 2011. Paperback. € 5
309. Maurice Craig: Photographs. The Lilliput Press. 2011. Dust wrapper. architectural historian Craig’s photographs: buildings no longer existing stone carvings and plaster work, enduring architectural interest etc. € 10
310. May the Lord in his Mercy be kind to Belfast. Tony Parker. 1993. 358 pages. paperback ISBN: 080503806X. Oral history of the troubles in Belfast. € 10
311. Maynooth and Georgian Ireland. Jeremiah Newman. 1979. dust wrapper. ISBN 0906312183. € 10
312. Measgra Danta. Miscellaneous Irish Poems. Tomas O’Rathile. Cork University Press. 1984. 2 volume set in paperback. ISBN 0902561103. € 10
313. Meath Towards a History. Margaret Conway. The History Press. 2010. 315 pages. paperback. € 5
314. Meath Voices. Tommy Murray. History Press. 2006. Paperback. € 5
315. Media Control in Ireland 1923-1983. Kieran Woodman. 1985. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0809312409. € 10
316. Medieval Gaelic Sources. Katherine Simms. Four Courts Press. 2009. 132 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
317. Men, Women and War. edited by T. G. Fraser & Keith Jeffrey. Lilliput Press. 1993. dust wrapper. Irish and European military history. ISBN 0946640963. € 10
318. Michael Cusack. A Biography. Marcus de Burca. DUBLIN, Anvil Press. paperback edition. € 10
319. Michael Moore, c. 1639-1726, Provost of Trinity, Rector of Paris. Liam Chambers. Four Courts Press. 2005. 160 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
320. Mick Mackey. Hurling Legend in a Troubled County. Henry Martin. The Collin’s Press. Paperback. € 5
321. Modernisation, Crisis Culture in Ireland, 1969-92. Conor McCarthy. Four Courts Press. 2000. 240 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
322. Molly Keane. Centenary Essays. Eibhear Walshe. Four Courts Press. 2006. 224 pages. Dust wrapper. € 15
323. Monumental Antrim. Tom Fourwinds. 2008. The History Press. Paperback. € 5
324. Mountjoy. The Story of a Prison. Tim Carey. Collin’s Press. 2000. Paperback. € 10
325. Mr. Bewley in Berlin. Aspects of the career of an Irish diplomat. Andreas Roth. Four Courts. 120 pages. 2000. ISBN 1-85182-559-2. Charles Bewley was undoubtedly the most controversial of Irish diplomats. He represented the State in Berlin and Rome from the early 1920s to 1939. An outspoken champion of Nazi Germany and Anglophobe, he quarreled incessantly with his colleagues and superiors. € 10
326. Mullingar. History & Guide. Ruth Illingworth. 2007. 158 pages, illustrated. Paperback. € 5
327. Music and Broadcasting in Ireland Since 1926. Richard Pine. 640 pages. dust wrapper. Enormously detailed study. € 15
328. Music and Irish Cultural History. Irish Musical Studies 3. Gerard Gillen & Harry White editors. 1995. 236 pages. 1995. dust wrapper. Celticism, ethnic culture, education, nationalism, religion, composer in modern Ireland etc. € 15
329. Music Ireland. Richard Pine. CORK, Mercier Press. 1998. Paperback. Contributors explore the development of composition, education, performance, broadcasting and the creation of an audience in Ireland between 1848 and 1998. € 10
330. My Life and Times. Michael O’Hehir. Blackwater Press. 1996. dust wrapper. ISBN 0861216040 € 10
331. My Own Backyard. Dublin in the Fifties. Greg Dalton. Merlin Publications. 1995. Wrappers. € 5
332. My Uncle John, Edward Stephen’s Life of J. M. Synge. edited by Andrew Carpenter. Oxford. 1974. 222 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0192117181. € 10
333. My Wexford. Nicky Rossiter. History Press. 2006. 156 pages. Paperback. stories and miscellaneous about the town and surrounding areas – the fort at Rosslare, a gruesome murder and old words and expressions. € 5
334. Myths and Memories of the Irish Rising. Cultural and Political Nationalism in Ireland. Jonathan Githen-Mazer. Irish Academic Press. 2006. 238 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
335. Navan Fort, Archaeology and Myth. Chris Lynn. Wordwell Books. 2003. Colour illustrations, dust wrapper. The legendary Emain Macha. € 10
336. Neither Kingdom nor Nation. The Irish Quest for Constitutional Rights 1668-1800. Neil Longley York. WASHINGTON, Catholic University. 1994. 280 pages. Dust wrapper. Constitutional Tradition; Patriots and Popular Politics; Ireland and American Revolution; “Constitution” of 1782; Limits of Democratic Reform; An End to”Independence”; and Ireland and the Rebellious American Colonies. € 15
337. Nice Fellow. A Biography of Jack Lynch. T. Ryle Dwyer. Mercier Press. 2001. 416 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 1856353680. € 10
338. Nineteenth Century Elementary Education in the Archdiocese of Tuam. Maeve Mulryan-Moloney. Irish Academic Press. 2001. 64 pages. paperback. Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. explores a century of memorable and educational controversies in the diocese of Tuam. It is a work that crosses the religious divide and records the contributions to education made by Roman Catholic and Protestant clergy and gentry, the National Schools, the Irish Church Missions to Connemara, the first Sisters of Mercy, the first Franciscan Brothers and the Protestant Diocesan Education Society and focuses on John MacHale archbishop of Tuam. € 5
339. No Man’s Man, a Biographical Memoir of Joseph Brennan. Leon O’Broin. Dublin. I. P. A. 1982. dust wrapper. ISBN 0906980178. Cork born Brennan a top British civil servant in Dublin Castle, and private secretary to Matthew Nathan assisted Michael Collins with the financial negotiations for the Treaty. On the foundation of the Free State Brennan came into conflict with Finance minister Ernest Blythe before moving to the Currency commission and finally the Central Bank. This book is especially interesting in its account of the pre-Treaty period. € 10
340. Nora Barnacle Joyce, a Portrait. Padraig O’Laoi. Galway. 1982. dust wrapper. ISBN 090631223X. € 10
341. North Dublin. Art Cosgrove. The History Press. Paperback. € 5
342. Nos Autem. Castleknock College and its Contribution. edited by James H. Murphy. Gill & Macmillan. circa 1997. 357. dust wrapper. ISBN 0717124185. € 10
343. Not While I Have Ammo. Jim Corbett. History Press. 2008. 144 pages. dust wrapper. The attack on Clancy’s barracks in Limerick during the civil war. € 5
344. O’Neill’s Own Country. A History of the Ballinderry Valley. Kevin Johnston. The History Press. Paperback. 2009. 254 pages. € 5
345. Oceans of Consolation. Personal Accounts of Irish Migration to Australia. David Fitzpatrick. Cornell University Press. 1994. 648 pages. paperback. ISBN 0801482305. € 15
346. On the Road to Rebellion. The United Irishmen and Hamburg 1796-1803. Paul Weber. Four Courts Press. 1997. dust wrapper. € 10
347. Ordinary People Dancing. Essays on Kate O’Brien. editor Eibhear Walshe. Cork University Press. 1993. paperback. ISBN: 0902561669. essays on ‘one of the most passionate and intelligent voices of her time’. € 10
348. Our Own Devices. National Symbols and Political Conflict in Twentieth-Century Ireland. Ewan Morris. 2005. 272 pages. paperback. € 10
349. Our Struggle for Independence. Lessons from the Pages of an Cosantoir. Terence O’Reilly. Mercier Press. 2009. Wrappers. € 10
350. Paddy’s Lament, Ireland 1846-47, Prelude to Hatred. Thomas Gallagher. 1988. paperback. 1853710105. € 10
351. Padraig H. Pearse. Rogha Danta. Selected Poems. 1993. 80 pages. Paperback. € 5
352. Parliament, Politics & People. Essays in Eighteenth Century Irish History. Gerard O’Brien editor. DUBLIN, Irish Academic Press. 1989. 192 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN: 071652421X. A collection of essays on some unexplored areas of eighteenth century, including The Passing of the Irish Declatory Act, an Irish ‘Wild Goose’ Dynasty, the provincial origins of The Irish Volunteers and an enquiry into the origins of the concept of the ‘Protestant Ascendancy’. € 15
353. Parson Priest and Master: National Education in Co. Meath 1824-41. Paul Connell. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Local History. 2000. € 5
354. Patrick Sarsfield and the Williamite War. Piers Wauchope. 356 pages. illustrations. 1992. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524767. This biography is an essential work on the history of seventeenth century Ireland. € 25
355. Patrick Tuohy: From Conversations with His Friends. Patrick J Murphy. Town House. 2004. ISBN 1860592287. Tuohy painted some of the finest portraits in the twentieth century, yet he remains a much-neglected figure in the world of Irish art. A man with a complex and demanding personality, Touhy emigrated to the USA in 1927 but died tragically in New York in 1930. € 10
356. Patrick’s People. Historical Perspectives of an Ancient and Developing Community. Kevin Hannon & Rev. Patrick O’Donnell. LIMERICK.1994. 390 pages. large format paperback. € 30 .
357. Petty-Southwell Correspondence 1676 – 1687. Marquis of Lansdowne. New York, Kelly. 1967 reprint. 343 pages. A variety of topics, including their estates in Ireland, anxieties relating to the Act of Settlement and remarks on Petty’s economic writings. € 20
358. Places We Play. Ireland’s Sporting Heritage. Mike Cronin and Roisin Higgins. Collin’s Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
359. Plantation Castles on the Erne. Bill Wilsdon. The Heritage Press. 2010. 252 pages. paperback. € 5
360. Politics and Political Culture in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1850. Essays in Tribute to Peter Jupp. Edited by Allan Blackstock and Eoin Magennis. 2007. 316 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
361. Politics and Society in Athlone, 1830-1885. A Rotten Borrough. Jim Lenehan. 2000. Paperback. € 5
362. Politics in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Michael Keyes. DUBLIN, Gill & Macmillan. 2011. The success of both O’Connell and Parnell was based on the flow of money into their organisations to sustain their political machines. By following the money trail, Michael Keyes reveals in this ground-breaking book how O’Connell turned money into political power and how sixty years later Parnell did the same. € 10
363. Politics, Archaeology and Creation of a National Museum of Ireland. An Expression of National Life. Elizabeth Crooke. 211 pages. dust wrapper. 2000. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. 2000. ISBN 0716527294 € 10
364. Politics, Law and Order in 19th Century Ireland. Virginia Crossman. Gill & MacMillan. 1996. 290 pages. Dust wrapper. A comprehensive and important study. € 20
365. Portrait of a Revolutionary. General Richard Mulcahy and the Founding of the Irish Free State. Maryann Gialanella Valiulis. Irish Academic Press. 1992. Dust wrapper. € 10
366. Portrait of a Westmeath Tenant Community, 1879-85: The Barbavilla Murder. Ann Murtagh. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Local History. 1999. 64 pages. Paperback. € 5
367. Power, Politics and Land; Early Modern Sligo 1568-1688. Mary O’Dowd. Institute of Irish Studies. 1991. Dust wrapper. € 10
368. Prelude to Union. Anglo-Irish Politics in the 1870’s. James Kelly. Cork University Press. 276 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0902561626. Masterly study by one of the pre-eminent historians of eighteenth century Ireland. € 15
369. Presbyterians in Ireland: An Illustrated History. Laurence Kirkpatrick. Booklink. 2007. € 20
370. Princes of Pigskin. A Century of Kerry Footballers. Joe O’Muircheartaigh and J. J. Flynn. Collin’s Press. dust wrapper. € 15
371. Printing and Bookselling in Dublin, 1670-1800. A Bibliographical Enquiry. James W. Phillips. 1998. 360 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
372. Prior Roger Outlaw of Kilmainham. Eithne Massey. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Local History. 2000. 64 pages. Wrappers. € 5
373. Privilege & Poverty. The Life and Times of Irish Painter and Naturalist Alexander Williams RHA 1846-1930. Gordon T. Ledbetter. The Collin’s Press. 2010. 365 pages, colour illustrations. Dust wrapper. € 10
374. Quiet Revolutionaries: Irish Women in Education, Sport and Medicine. Margaret O Hogartaigh. Paperback. The History Press. 2011. examines the pivotal role Irish women played in the development of education, medicine and sport in one hundred years of change in their country and indeed the world in general. € 10
375. Protestant Dissent and Controversy in Ireland, 1660-1714. Phil Kilroy. Cork University Press. 1994. 300 pages. ISBN 1859180035. € 15
376. Radical Politics in Modern Ireland. Irish Socialist Republican Party 1896-1904. David Lynch. Irish Academic Press. 2005. 182 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
377. Rambling Down the Suir. Michael Fewer. Paperback. Blackhall Publishing. 2009. Paperback. € 10
378. Rathcroghan. Archaeological and Geophysical Survey in a Ritual Landscape. John Waddell, Joseph Fenwick and Kevin Barton. Wordwell. Dust wrapper. Large format. € 10
379. Reading Irish Histories: Texts, Contexts, and Memory in Modern Ireland. Lawrence W. McBride. Four Courts Press, 2003. 256 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN: 185182703X. € 10
380. Rebellion, a Television History of 1798. Thomas Bartlett, Kevin Dawson, Daire Keogh. 1998. 198 pages. Large paperback. ISBN 07171276135 € 10
381. Reflections on the Irish State. Garret Fitzgerald. 2003. 192 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. € 10
382. Regions and Rulers in Ireland, 1100-1650. David Edwards editor. Four Courts Press. Dust wrapper. essays in honour of Kenneth Nicholls, includes a bibliography of his historical writings, The synod of Cashel, 1101; Scottish settlement in medieval Ulster; The Fitzgeralds of Cloyne; Cardinal Wolsey and the reform of the lordship of Ireland; Tipperary Ordinances of the Black Earl; end of the O’Reilly lordship, 1586-1612; parley sites of Hugh O’Neill; Cultural conflict at the Limerick Assize of 1606; Clayton family in seventeenth-century Cork and Wexford Plantation and Jacobean government. € 15
383. Captain Rock, Night Errant: the threatening letters of pre-Famine Ireland. Stephen Gibbons. 2004. 280 pages. It has long been known that the anonymous or threatening letter played a significant role in pre-Famine Ireland. material has been taken in the main from the correspondence and reports which found its way to Dublin Castle from all over the Irish countryside, but is also supplemented by newspaper reports and the evidence produced before various parliamentary enquiries. € 20
384. Relics of Old Decency. Archaeological Studies in Later Prehistory. A Festschrift in Honour of Barry Raftery. Editors Gabriel Cooney, Katharina Becker, John Coles, Michael Ryan, Susanne Severs. Wordwell. Large format. Dust wrapper. This massive festschrift for Barry Raftery contains a wide variety of papers on Bronze and Iron Age Ireland (and Scotland). Papers are divided into seven sections as follows: Wetlands; Artefacts and Contexts; Contacts and Connections; La Tene Art; Later Prehistoric Life and Death; Hillforts and Enclosures; Archaeological Histories. € 50
385. Religion and Identity: The Irish World Wide History, Heritage, Identity: Volume Five. Patrick O’Sullivan. 2000. Leicester University Press. 262 pages. Paperback. ISBN: 0718502337. € 10
386. Religion and Reform in the Tudor Diocese of Meath. Brendan Scott. Four Courts. 2006. 176 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
387. Religious Revivals in Britain and Ireland. Janice Holmes. 2001. 240 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526926. € 10
388. Remember…..It’s for Ireland. A Family Memoir of Tomas MacCurtain. Fionnuala MacCurtain. Mercier Press. 2008. 250 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
389. Remembering and Forgetting 1916. Commemoration and Conflict in Post-Peace Process Ireland. Rebecca Graff-McRae. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
390. Republican Cobh and the East Cork Volunteers since 1913. Kieran McCarthy. History Press. 2008. Paperback. A significant study. € 10
391. Republican Internment and the Prison Ship Argenta, 1922. Denise Kleinrichert. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
392. Retrospections of Dorothea Herbert 1770-1806. Town House. Reprint of the original 2 volume set printed in 1930. Paperback. € 10
393. Revolt of the Bottom Dog, History of Trade Union Movement in Limerick City and County, 1916-21. David Lee editor. Limerick. 1988. an interesting and detailed large format pack. € 20
394. Revolutionary Dublin, 1795-1801: The Letters of Francis Higgins to Dublin Castle. Thomas Bartlett. 2004. 480 pages. This study offers a detailed assessment of the dozen or so leading informers who were in constant communication with Dublin Castle during the revolutionary decade. It provides for the first time a full, annotated text of the extant 158 letters written during the years 1795 to 1801 by Francis Higgins, one of the most effective of the Castle’s secret correspondents. € 15
395. Richard Pococke’s Irish Tours. John McVeagh editor. 1995. 240 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716525394. Pococke’s description of his tour in Ireland, gathered here for the first time, remains on of the most insightful accounts of the country during the eighteenth century. € 20
396. Richard Griffith 1784 – 1878 . Gordon Davies editor.1980. 220 pages. large format paperback edition. ISBN 086027005. Griffith Surveyor of the coalfields, author of the first Irish geological map, renowned road builder, served with the Board of Works during the famine, and Commissioner of ‘Griffith’s Valuation’. € 20
397. Riotous Roscommon: Social Unrest in the 1840s. Anne Coleman. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Local History. 1999. Paperback. 64 pages. € 5
398. River Slaney from Source to Sea. John Duffy. Published by John Duffy. 2006. 124 pages. large format paperback. € 10
399. Robert Chapman’s Ireland. Photographs from Chapman Collection 1907-1957. Compiled by Christiaan Corlett. Collin’s Press. 2008. 130 pages. € 10
400. Robert Emmet and the Rebellion of 1798. Ruan O’Donnell. Irish Academic Press. Paperback. € 10
401. Robert Emmet and the Rising of 1803. Ruan O’Donnell. Irish Academic Press. Paperback. € 10
402. Rock and Popular Music in Ireland: Before and After U2. Noel McLaughlin and Martin McLoone. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
403. Roscommon Before the Famine: The Parishes of Kiltoom and Cam, 1749-1845. William Gacquin. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Local History.1996. Paperback. € 5
404. Rossa’s Recollections 1838-1898: Memoirs of an Irish Revolutionary. O’Donovan Rossa. Lyon’s Press. 2004. 410 pages. Wrappers . € 10
405. Images of Rosslare Harbour. Leo Coy, John Boyce . History Press. 2008. Paperback. € 5
406. Rotunda Music in 18th Century Dublin. Brain Boydell. 1990. 240 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524872. € 15
407. Rotunda. Public Virtue, Public Love, the early years of the Dublin Lying-In Hospital. Ian Campbell-Ross editor. O’Brien Press. 1986. dust wrapper. ISBN: 086278123X € 15
408. Round Towers of Ireland. Brian Lalor. The Collins Press. 2005. Paperback. The Round Towers of Ireland were ecclesiastical bell-towers, referred to in the Irish Annals as cloicteach (bell house); built between the tenth and twelfth centuries primarily as the church belfries of early medieval monasteries; seventy-three of which some remnant still stands, complete or in ruins; an essential symbol and icon of Irish culture from the eighteenth to the twentieth century; arranged county by county, allowing a reader to locate towers in the immediate area. € 10
409. Rule 42 and All That. Sean Kelly. Gill & Macmillan. 2007. Dust wrapper. € 10
410. Sacred Keeper, a Biography of Patrick Kavanagh. Peter Kavanagh. University of Maine. 1984. 403 pages. ISBN 091532317. € 20
411. Saint Patrick in Stained Glass. Lesley Whiteside, Photography by Paul Larmour. 1977. small format. dust wrapper. Includes Harry Clarke’s work. € 5
412. Saint Patrick’s World. Liam De Paor. Four Courts Press. ISBN 1851821449. 1996. wrappers. € 10
413. Sean McBride. The Day’s Struggle. A Memoir 1904-1954. Caitriona Lalor. Currach Press. 2005. dust wrapper. € 10
414. Settlement and Society in Medieval Ireland. Studies presented to F. X. Martin. Edited by John Bradley. 1988. 524 pages. Important contribution to the history and archaeology of medieval Ireland. € 30
415. Seventeen Irish Martyrs. Dublin. 1992. paperback. large format colour illustrations 26 pages. ISBN 1853902209. attractive commemorative item on seventeenth century Catholic martyrs. € 10
416. Sheridan Le Fanu and Victorian Ireland. W.J. McCormack. 1992. paperback. € 5
417. Shipbuilding in Waterford 1820-1882. A Historical, Technical and Pictorial Study. Bill Irish. Wordwell. Paperback. € 5
418. Ships of Rosslare Harbour. A Photographic History. Brian Clear et als. Large format paperback. 2008. 120 pages. € 5
419. Silent Sentinels. The Irish Treaty Ports. DUBLIN, Nonsuch Press. 2008. Dust wrapper. € 10
420. Sir Henry Docwra, 1564-1631: Derry’s Second Founder. John McGurk. Four Courts Press. 2005. 298 pages. Dust wrapper. Docwra was an important military commander in Ulster during the Nine Years and laid the foundations of the early modern city of Derry. € 10
421. Sir Richard Musgrave 1746-1818. Ultra-Protestant Ideologue. James Kelly. Four Courts Press. dust wrapper. € 10
422. Small Differences. Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants 1815 – 1922. Donald Harman Akenson. 1991. paperback. ISBN: 0773508589 € 5
423. Soldiers of Folly. The IRA Border Campaign 1956-1962. Barry Flynn. Collin’s Press. 2009. 214 pages. dust wrapper. A detailed study of an attempt to create a guerrilla movement which ended in failure. € 10
424. Soupers and Jumpers; The Protestant Missions in Connemara 1848-1937. Miriam Moffitt. Nonsuch Press. 2008. Dust wrapper. € 20
425. South Belfast. History and Guide. Norman Weatherall & George Templeton. Paperback. 2008. 108 pages. € 5
426. Spies, Informers and the ‘Anti-Sinn Fein Society’. Intelligence War in Cork City, 1919-1921. John Borgonovo. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 25
427. Standish O’ Grady, W. B. Yeats and AE. History, Politics, Culture. Michael McAteer. 2002. 224 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 07165 27340. € 15
428. Stone Upon Stone. The Use of Stone in Irish Building. Nicholas Ryan. Paperback. € 10
429. Stones of Adoration. Sacred Stones and Mystic Megaliths of Ireland. Christine Zucchelli. Collin’s Press. 240 pages, 140 colour photos and line drawings. Ireland’s landscape is dotted with sacred stones, from Maedbh’s Grave in Sligo to the Royal Pillars of Tara in Meath. Since prehistoric times people have acknowledged their special nature. This book explores their secrets and their myths, legends and folktales, which persist to this day. € 30
430. Stones of Aran, Labyrinth. Tim Robinson. 1995. 496 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
431. Story of Irish Dance. Helen Brennan. 1999. dust wrapper. € 10
432. Strong Farmer. The Memoir of Joe Ward [Meath]. Chris Ward, Ciaran Buckley. Liberties Press. 2008. Paperback. € 10
433. Studies in Irish, British and Australian Relations, 1916-1963: Trade, Diplomacy, and Politics. John B. O’Brien. DUBLIN, Four Courts Press Ltd. Dust wrapper. € 10
434. Sun Dancing, a Medieval Vision. Geoffrey Moorhouse. 1997. dust wrapper. ISBN 0287815954. ‘a remarkable feat of imagination and reconstruction’ on ancient life on the Skellig Islands. € 10
435. T. P. Flanagan. S. B. Kennedy, foreword by Seamus Heaney. Four Courts. 1995. paperback. Large format wrappers. influential Irish artist. € 20
436. Tales of the Anvil: The Forges and Blacksmiths of Wexford. Eamon Doyle. History Press. Paperback. € 5
437. Tenant Right and Agrarian Society in Ulster, 1600-1850. Martin W. Dowling. Irish Academic Press. 1999. 400 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716525929. € 10
438. That Favourite Resort. The Story of Bray, County Wicklow. Mary Davies. Wordwell. Paperback. € 5
439. The War of Independence in Limerick. Thomas Toomey. Published by the Author. dust wrapper. 2010. 726 pages. Dust wrapper. An outstandingly detailed work. € 40
440. The Abduction of a Limerick Heiress. Social and Political Relations in Mid-Eighteenth Century Ireland. Toby Barnard. Irish Academic Press. Wrappers. ISBN 9780716527152. At dusk on a November evening in 1743, a young woman was spirited away from a County Limerick Rectory. This work throws light on attitudes towards women, property, the law and politics in Ascendancy Ireland. € 5
441. The Amazon Journal of Roger Casement. Edited by Angus Mitchell. 1997. paperback edition. 534 pages. € 15
442. The Ancient Celts. Barry Cunliffe. 1997. dust wrapper. ISBN 0198150105. € 10
443. The Anglo-Irish Novel. The Nineteenth Century and 1900-1930. John Cronin. 2 volumes. 1980. dust wrapper. € 10
444. The Antiquities of Ireland: A Supplement to Francis Grose. introduction by R. A. Stalley. 1991. 214 pages. Dust wrapper. Superb colour illustrations. € 25
445. The Antiquities of Old Fingal. The Archaeology of North County Dublin. Christine Baker. Wordwell. Dust wrapper. € 10
446. The Archaeology of a Collection: The Keiller – Knowles Collection of the National Museum of Ireland. Peter Woodman. Wordwell Books. 2006. ISBN 10: 1869857976 . € 10
447. The Axes of the Early Bronze Age in Ireland. Peter Harbison. Munich, Prähistorische Bronzefunde. Dust wrapper. 1969. 108 pages, 80 plates. dust wrapper. Type Lough Ravel , Ballybeg , Lough Ravel , Killaha, Ballyvalley , Derryniggin , Bronze Double axes , imported axes , Ingots, ornamentation of axes, chronology: € 20
448. The Archaeology of Killeen Castle County Meath. Christine Baker. Wordwell. Dust wrapper. € 10
449. The Banshee. The Irish Supernatural Death-Messenger. Patricia Lysaght. DUBLIN, O’Brien Press. 1996. Paperback. ISBN: 0862784905. € 25
450. The Bard of Thomond. His Life and Times. Selections from His Work. History of Thomondgate. Frank Hamilton. Fercor Press. 1974. paperback. € 10
451. The Barracks. A History of Victoria-Collins Barracks Cork. Dan Harvey and Gerry White. 1997. illustrated. 284 pages. Dust wrapper. fascinating account of both British and Irish occupation. € 35
452. The Bastille of Ireland: Kilmainham Gaol, A History of the Restoration. Rory O’Dwyer. DUBLIN, History Press. 2010. Paperback. 128 pages. € 10
453. The Battle for Kilmallock. John O Callaghan. The Mercier Press. 2012. Paperback. The battle consisted of ten days of intense fighting in the countryside around Kilmallock in County Limerick, in which the Irish Free State forces, advancing south from Limerick city, found their path blocked by anti-Treaty IRA troops, dug into the villages of Bruff, Bruree and Patrickswell. € 5
454. The Battle for Limerick City. Padraig Og O Ruairc. The Mercier Press. 2010. Paperback. The Civil War arrived in Limerick with a whimper rather than a bang. Outnumbered and out-gunned, the Pro-Treaty Commander of the city, Michael Brennan, negotiated a truce with the Anti-Treaty Chief of Staff, Liam Lynch. But the benefit of this lull in fighting accrued almost entirely to the Pro-Treaty side. They gained time for reinforcements and weaponry to arrive and when they did, the city became a fierce battleground. € 5
455. The Battle of Tourmakeady: A Study of the IRA Ambush and Its Aftermath. Donal Buckley. 2008. 144 pages. dust wrapper. € 5
456. The Biggest Show in Town, Record of the International Exhibition, Dublin 1907. Ken Finlay. History Press. History Press. 2007. Paperback. € 5
457. The Bog Body from Tumbeagh. Nora Bermingham and Marie Delaney. 2005. 245 pages, colour plates. dust wrapper. Bog Bodies. € 10
458. The Borderlands. Essays on the History of the Ulster-Leinster Border. Edited by Raymond Gillespie and Harold O’Sullivan. Paperback. € 10
459. The Cathedral of Saint Fin Barre at Cork: William Burges in Ireland. David Lawrence & Ann Wilson. 2006. 200 pages, Colour illustrations. In 1863 Burges was awarded the rebuilding of St Fin Barre’s cathedral in Cork, with the stipulation that the cost of the new building not exceed £15,000. By 1881 £100,000 had been spent on a magnificent limestone structure in the architect’s favourite style, Early French. The sculpture, stained glass, mosaics, painted decorations, furnishings and metalwork were all designed by Burges, giving the building a typically Burgesian panache as well as an unusual visual coherence. A unique archive, of drawings, paintings, plaster models, and of documents of every kind, allows the authors to piece together a detailed account of the erection of this building. It is an extraordinary tale, which touches on architecture, art, the religious and social history of Ireland. € 30
460. The Bronze Age Landscapes of the Pipeline to the West. An Integrated Archaeological and Environmental Assessment. Eoin Grogan and Lorna O’Donnell and Penny Johnston. Wordwell Press. Large format. Dust wrapper. € 10
461. The Bulkies. Police and Crime in Belfast 1800-1865. Brian Griffin. 1998. 184 pages. Irish Academic Press. Paperback. ISBN 0716526956. € 15
462. The Carlow War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the Great War. Tom and Seumas Burnell. Paperback. € 10
463. The Catholic Church and Catholic Schools in Northern Ireland Price of Faith. Michael McGrath. 2000. 336 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
464. The Catholic Church in Ireland, 1914-1918. War and Politics. Jerome De Wiel. 2003. 320 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
465. The Catholic Question in Ireland and England 1798-1822. The Papers of Denys Scully. Brian Mc Dermott. Irish Academic Press. 1988. 748 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524236. massive compilation of original documentation. € 30
466. The Church of Ireland Community of Killala and Achonry, 1870-1940: Thinly Scattered. Miriam Moffitt. Irish Academic Press. 2000. Paperback. ISBN: 0716526824. The Church of Ireland population was mostly tenant farmers. € 5
467. The Churchills in Ireland 1660-1965: Connections and Controversies. Irish Academic Press. Robert McNamara. Dust wrapper. € 10
468. The Clare Elections. Kieran Sheedy. 1993. 886 pages. paperback. ISBN 0952190109. Enormously detailed work and a model for a study of its kind. € 30
469. The Clare War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the Great War. Tom and Seumas Burnell. Paperback. € 10
470. The Courts Martial of 1798-1799. Patrick Power. Irish Historical Press. 1997. paperback. ISBN 1902057007. € 10
471. The Courts, Crime and the Criminal Law in Ireland 1692-1760. Neil Garnham. 1996. 224 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526087. € 10
472. The Customs and Excise Service in Fingal, 1684-1765: Sober, Active and Bred to the Sea. Maighread Ni Mhurchadha. Irish Academic Press. Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. 1999. 64 pages. Wrappers. € 5
473. The Daggers and the Halberds of the Early Bronze Age in Ireland. Peter Harbison. Munich, Prähistorische Bronzefunde PBF.1969. 76 pages, 26 plates. dust wrapper. Introduction, material, types, Bronze-hilted, grooved daggers , decorated, undecorated daggers, chronology, locations, illustrated. € 20
474. The Death of Fr John Walsh at Kilgraney: Community Tensions in Pre-famine Carlow. Maura Cronin. DUBLIN, Four Courts Press. 2010. Paperback. € 5
475. The Diary of Nicholas Peacock, 1740-51: the Worlds of a Co. Limerick farmer and agent. Marie-Louise Legg. Four Courts Press. 2005. 252 pages. dust wrapper. € 30
476. The Diocese of Killaloe. An Illustrated History. Ciaran O’Murchadha. 2008. 228 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
477. The Diocese of Meath in the Eighteenth Century. Patrick Fagan. Four Courts Press. 2001. 224 pages. Dust wrapper. € 20
478. The Diocese of Meath under Bishop John Cantwell, 1830-1866. Paul Connell. 2004. 256 pages. John Cantwell, bishop of Meath, was one of the pivotal figures in Irish Catholicism during the middle of the nineteenth century. € 15
479. The Discovery Programme. 4. Large format wrappers. Relating to archeological discoveries in County Clare at Mougaun etc. € 10
480. The Dun Emer Press, Later the Cuala Press. Liam Miller. Dolmen. 1973. wrappers. ISBN: 851052460 € 15
481. The Forgotten Heritage Kildare. Ger McCarthy. 2006. paperback. € 5
482. The Gaelic Athletic Association, 1884-2009. Diarmaid Ferriter, Mike
Cronin; William Murphy, Paul Rouse. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. origins of hurling, foundation of the GAA, its role in the political life of the nation etc. € 15
483. The Gaelic Lordship of the O’Sullivan Beare. Colin Breen. Four Courts Press. 2005. 256 pages. illustrated. dust wrapper. € 15
484. The GPO and the Easter Rising. Keith Jeffrey. 2006. 208 pages. Paperback. € 10
485. The Heritage of Ireland. Natural, Man-Made and Cultural Heritage. Conservation and Interpretation. Business and Administration. Edited by Neil Buttimer, Colin Rynne, Helen Guerin. Collin’s Press. 2000. 714 pages. Large paperback. € 15
486. The History and Antiquities of Kilmacduagh. J. Fahey. GALWAY, 1986 Kenny’s Bookshop reprint of the 1893 edition. 480 pages. dust wrapper. € 30
487. The History of Dublin Cinemas. Marc Zimmerman. Nonsuch Press. 2007. Paperback. € 5
488. The History of Galway, City & County. Sean Spellissy. LIMERICK, Celtic Bookshop. 1999. 492 pages. Dust wrapper. ISBN 095346833X. Large format, illustrated throughout. detailed history from earliest times to modern times. Every aspect of the county is covered in detail, prehistoric Gallagh man, battle of Aughrim, War of Independence Kylemore Abbey, Kilmacduagh, the Clanrickardes, Galway city etc. A feature of The History of Galway is the profusion of interesting illustrations. € 55
489. The History of Galway, City & County. Sean Spellissy. LIMERICK, Celtic Bookshop. paperback edition ISBN: 0953468348. € 25
490. The History of Limerick City. Sean Spellissy. 1998. 370 pages. Profusely illustrated. Vikings, medieval times, seventeenth century sieges, Newtown Pery, Famine, Fenians, War of Independence, Civil War, Quakers, Port, Freemasons, Market’s Field, Workhouse, King John’s Castle, Mungret College, Tait’s Clock, St. John’s Hospital, Hunt Museum, St Mary’s Cathedral, Treaty Stone, Shannon Scheme, Bacon Factories, Printing, Barrington’s Hospital, Plassey etc. € 35
491. The History of Limerick City. Sean Spellissy. 1998. 370 pages. Profusely illustrated. Paperback . € 20
492. The History of Medicine in Ireland. John Fleetwood. 1983 reprint. dust wrapper. ISBN 0946241023. € 25
493. The History of the O’Dwyers. Sir Michael O’Dwyer, new Preface and Biographical Profile by Tom O’Dwyer. LIMERICK, Celtic Bookshop. 2000. 467 pages. dust wrapper. originally published in 1933 as The O’Dwyers of Kilnamanagh, this seminal work remains one of the outstanding family histories ever published in Ireland. This limited edition is entirely reset and contains supplementary material. € 45
494. The Humours of Donnybrook. Dubin’s Famous Fair and Its Suppression. Seamus O’Maitiu. Irish Academic Press. 1995. 64 pages. Paperback. ISBN: 9780716525691. € 5
495. The Insider: The Belfast Prison Diaries of Eamonn Boyce 1956-1962. Anna Bryson. Editor. The Lilliput Press. 2007. Dust wrapper. A detailed and informative diary on the author’s imprisonment in Northern Ireland. € 10
496. The IRA in Kerry 1916-21. Sinead Joy. Collin’s Press. Paperback. € 10
497. The IRA, 1926-36. Brian Hanley. Four Courts Press. 2002. 296 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
498. The Irish Act of Union, 1800. Michael Brown, Patrick M. Geoghegan & James Kelly. Irish Academic Press. 2002. 304 Pages. Dust wrapper. € 15
499. The Irish Board of Works, 1831 – 1878. A.R.G. Griffiths. 1987. 214 pages. ISBN 0824078101. analyses Irish Administration after the Union, including Grand Juries, Inland Navigation and The Barrack Board, the Pre – Famine department, Shannon Navigation , Road improvements, [iii] the Board of Work’s Famine role, the post – Famine period and the decline of the Board. € 40
500. The Irish Book in Twentieth Century Ireland. Editor Clare Hutton. 2004. 224 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
501. The Irish College at Santiago De Compostella 1605-1769. Patricia O’Connell. 2007. 158 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
502. The Irish Conservative Party 1852-1868. Land, Politics and Religion. Andrew Shields. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 15
503. The Irish Conservative Party 1852-1868. Paperback. Paperback. € 10
504. The Irish Constitutional Tradition. Responsible Government and Modern Ireland, 1782-1992. Alan J. Ward. Irish Academic Press & Catholic University of America. 194. 412 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
505. The Irish Constitutional Tradition. Responsible Government and Modern Ireland, 1782-1992. Paperback. € 10
506. The Irish Counter-Revolution 1921-1936. John M. Regan. Gill & Macmillan. 1999. dust wrapper. ISBN: 0717129004. € 20
507. The Irish Countrywomen’s Association. A History 1910-2000. Aileen Heverin. paperback. € 10
508. The Irish Eros. Irish Short Stories and Poems on Sexual Themes. David Marcus Editor. Gill and MacMillan. 1996. Dust Jacket. € 15
509. The Irish Experience during the Second World War. An Oral History. Benjamin Grob-fitzgibbon. Irish Academic Press. 2004. Dust wrapper. € 15
510. The Irish Face; Redefining the Irish Portrait 1700-2000. Fintan Cullen. National Portrait Gallery. 2006. Dust wrapper. € 15
511. The Irish Gardener’s Three Year Diary. Charles Nelson, illustrated by Matt Turner and Bridget Flinn. Boethius Press. 1985. € 5
512. The Irish Lottery 1780-1801. Rowena Dudley. Irish Academic Press. 2005. Dust wrapper. € 10
513. The Irish Mail. The Oldest Named Train in the World. Mike Hitches. 2000. 160 pages. € 10
514. The Irish Martyrs. Patrick J. Corish & Benignus Millett editors. 2004. 208 pages. 17 of the hundreds of bishops, priests, religious and laity, male and female, who died for their faith in the 16th and 17th centuries. The findings of the Dublin Diocesan Historical Commission examining the evidence for their beatification . € 10
515. The Irish Policeman, 1822-1922: A Life. Elizabeth Malcolm. 2006. 266 pages. dust wrapper. During the last century of British rule in Ireland, no symbol of their authority was more ubiquitous than the Royal Irish Constabulary. Malcolm’s book focuses on the lives and careers of the men who wore the uniform of the RIC. It begins with a summary of the early history of policing in Ireland. a work on the men who personified British rule in Ireland and who enforced it. € 50
516. The Irish Political System 1740-1765. The Golden Age of Undertakers? Eoin Magennis. Four Courts Press. 192 pages. 2000. Dust wrapper. ISBN:185182-4847. politicians who managed the Irish House of Commons in return for government office and the disposal of patronage, dominated the political scene. € 15
517. The Irish R. Ms. The Resident Magistrates in the British Administration in Ireland. Penny Bonsall. Four Courts Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN 185182331X. € 30
518. The Irish Storyteller. George Zimmermann. 2001. 218 pages. dust wrapper. € 45
519. The Kavanaghs Kings of Leinster. Art Kavanagh . 2003. Irish Family Names. 316 pages. Dust wrapper. illustrations. The Kavanaghs ruled for a period of about 300 years; a wealth of information about the many Gaelic families who lived under Kavanagh rule and others who were their allies including Doran, Keogh, O’Nolan, O’Neill, O’Byrne, O’Morchoe, O’Toole and O’Moore. English and Anglo Irish families are also traced; Colclough, Wallop, Browne, Devereux, Furlong, Butler, Carew, FitzHenry, Heron, Sutton, Keating, Masterson, Peppard, Stukely and Synott. € 35
520. The Land and People of Killaloe. Sean Kierse. Dust wrapper. Killaloe. Sean Kierse. Dust wrapper. € 75
521. The Land Movement in Tullaroan, County Kilkenny, 1879-1891. Edward Kennedy. Four Courts Press. 2004. 68 pages. paperback. € 5
522. The Landed Gentry & Aristocracy of County Wicklow. Turtle Bunbury. Irish Family Names. 2005. 244 pages. Dust wrapper. A handsome, beautifully illustrated book detailing the history of nine of the Brabazon family, Earls of Meath; The Earls of Wicklow; The Wingfields of Powerscourt ; The Tighes of Rossanagh; the Brontes; The Barton family; Dennis of Fortgranite and Hume of Humewood. € 40
523. The Landed Gentry and Aristocracy of Meath. Art Kavanagh. Irish family Names. ISBN 095384854X. 244 pages, illustrated. Dust Jacket. Aylmer of Balrath, Barnewall of Crickstown and Trimlestown, Bligh of Clifton Lodge, Bolton of Bective Abbey, Briscoe of Bellinter, Conyngham of Slane, Corballis of Ratoath Manor, Everard of Randlestown, Fowler of Rahinston, Hamilton of Hamwood, Langford of Summerhill, Plunkett of Dunsany and Killeen, Preston of Ardsallagh, Bellinter, Gormanston, Taylour of Headfort, Tisdall of Charlesfort, Watson of Bective. € 40
524. The Landscape of Slieve Bloom. A Study of its Natural and Human Heritage. John Feehan. 2009. 284 pages. dust wrapper. € 30
525. The Law Society of Ireland, 1852-2002. Eamonn G. Hall & Daire Hogan editors. Four Courts. 352 pages. 2002. Dust wrapper. ISBN: 1851826955. 1852-1922, Independence to 1960, emergence of women, education and publishing, Law Society library etc. € 10
526. The Legacy of Light. A History of Irish Windows. Nessa M. Roche. Wordwell. Dust wrapper. 1999. 104 pages. ISBN: 978 1869 857-31-8. The window is the key to understanding the beauty of Irish classical architecture, and this book will bring to the Irish public an understanding of the unique heritage of Irish windows. € 10
527. The Life and Career of P. A. McHugh, 1859-1909: A Foot-soldier of the Party. Ide Ni Liathain. Irish Academic Press. Maynooth Studies in Local History. 2000. Paperback. 64 pages. € 5
528. The Life and Times of James Connolly. Desmond Greaves. LONDON, Lawrence and Wishart. 1986. 448 pages. paperback. ISBN 853152349 € 10
529. The Life and Work of Sarah Purser. John O’Grady. DUBLIN. Four Courts Press. 1996. 288 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 1851822410. Sarah Purser, who was synonymous with An Tur Gloine, which produced stain glass of the highest quality, was an accomplished artist and played an important role in Irish cultural life. € 45
530. The Liffey in Dublin. J. W. De Courcy. 1996. 468 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0717124231. almost 1,400 entries enhanced by some 200 illustrations, form ‘a landmark book of reference.’ according to the historian F. X. Martin. € 15
531. The Light of Other Days. A Selection of Monuments, Mausoleums and Memorials in Church of Ireland Churches and Graveyards and those whom they commemorate. Sam Hutchison. Wordwell. dust wrapper. € 15
532. The Lives of the Irish Saints. edited by Charles Plummer. 1997. 2 volume set. ISBN 0198213891. € 40
533. The Lordship of Ireland in Middle Ages. James Lydon. Four Courts Press. Large paperback. € 10
534. The Lore of Ireland. An Encyclopaedia of Myth, Legend and Romance. Dáithí Ó hÓgáin. Collin’s Press. 2006. 561 pages. Dust wrapper. Ireland has one of the finest cultural heritages and a standard reference book combining the related subjects of folklore, myth, legend and romance is long overdue. € 25
535. The Making of the Eighteenth Century Irish Constitution. Government, Parliament and the Revolution, 1692-1674. Charles Ivar Mc Grath. 2000. 314 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
536. The Management of a Major Ulster Estate in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Eighth Earl of Abercorn and His Irish Agents. W. H. Crawford. Irish Academic Press, Maynooth Studies in Irish Local History. 2001. 73 pages. Wrappers. € 5
537. The Meaning of the Famine. volume 6 of the Irish World Wide History. Patrick O’Sullivan editor. Leicester University Press. 2000. Paperback. € 10
538. The Meath War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the Great War. Noel French. The History Press. 2011. Paperback. € 10
539. The Memoirs of Constable Jeremiah Mee R.I.C. J. Anthony Gaughan. The Mercier Press. 2012. Paperback. Mee was spokesman for a group of RIC men in Listowel, who stood up to their divisional commissioner, Colonel Smyth, and refused to accept his proposed shooting of any suspicious-looking Irishman on sight. € 10
540. The Memoirs of John M. Regan; a Catholic officer in the RIC and RUC, 1908-48. Joost Augusteijn editor. Four Courts Press. 2007. 160 pages. dust wrapper. A very detailed work; Regan served much of his time in Limerick. € 25
541. The Memoirs of Senator Joseph Connolly. J. Anthony Gaughan. 1998. 488 pages. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526115. € 10
542. The Methodists in Ireland. A Short History. Dudley Livingstone Cooney. Columba Press. paperback. € 10
543. The Moynihan Brothers in Peace and War. Their New Ireland. Edited by Deirdre McMahon. dust wrapper. Story of two influential Kerry republicans. € 20
544. The Murder of Thomas Douglas Bateson, County Monaghan 1851. Michael McMahon. Four Courts Press. 2006. Paperback. € 5
545. The Noblest Agitator. Daniel O’Connell & German Catholic Movement 1830-50. Grogan 1991. Veritas. ISBN 1853901926. paperback. € 5
546. The North Munster Project. The Later Pre-historic Landscape of South-East Clare and the Pre-historic Landscape of North Munster. Eoin Grogan. Wordwell Books. 2 volume set. Large format. Dust wrappers. € 30
547. The Northern IRA and the Early Years of Partition. Robert Lynch. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 15
548. The O’Callaghan Family of County Cork: A History. Joseph O’Callaghan. Irish Family Names. Circa 2000. 284 pages. Large format book. Dust wrapper. illustrations. This well researched history traces the O’Callaghans from Cellachán of Cashel down to modern times. € 45
549. The Oath is Dead and Gone. Jim Maher. Lundubh Books. 2011. Dust wrapper. From the introduction of the Oath of Allegiance in Ireland to its demise. € 10
550. The Offaly War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the First World War. Tom Burnell. Paperback. € 10
551. The Old Kilkenny Review. 1946-1955. 2005. Reprint of first 8 issues. 2 volumes. € 20
552. The Ormond Lordship in Co. Kilkenny 1515-1642. David Edwards. 2003. 400 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
553. The Parish of Ballinasloe. Its History from the Earliest Times to the Present Century. Rev. Padraig Egan. Kenny’s Bookshop. 1984 reprint of the original 1960 edition. dust wrapper. € 20
554. The Pastoral Role of the Roman Catholic Church in pre-famine Ireland, 1750-1850. Emmet Larkin. 2006. 304 pages. dust wrapper. € 20
555. The Petty Papers. Some Unpublished writings of Sir William Petty. Edited from the Bowood Papers by The Marquis of Lansdowne. NEW YORK. 1967 reprint of the 1927 edition. 2 volumes in 1. 276 pages and 309 pages. Substantial Irish content including Petty’s contributions on Irish revenue, Politics, Religion and Land. An important work for researchers of 16th century Ireland. € 30
556. The Planters of Luggacurran, Co. Laois: The Experiences of a Protestant Community in Queen’s County, 1879-1927. Maynooth Studies in Local History. Leigh-Ann Coffey. 2006. ISBN 10: 1846820073. In March 1922, armed men forcibly evicted two protestant farmers from their homes at Luggacurran. € 5
557. The Pleasing Hours. The Grand Tour of James Caulfield 1st Earl of Charlemont [1728-1799] Traveller, Connoisseur and Patron of the Arts. Cynthia O’Connor. Collin’s Press. dust wrapper. ISBN 1898256667. € 10
558. The Politics of Irish Education 1920-65. Sean Farren. Institute of Irish Studies.1995. 296 pages. dust wrapper. a major study. ISBN 0853895953. € 10
559. The Poor Law Records of Counties Limerick, Clare and Tipperary.
S. C. O’Mahony. LIMERICK, North Munster Antiquarian. 1979. Paperback. € 5
560. The Post-Medieval Archaeology of Ireland 155-1850. Irish Post-Medieval Group Proceedings 1. Edited by Audrey Horning, Ruairi O’Baoill, Colm Donnelly and Paul Logue. Wordwell. Large format paperback. € 15
561. The Priest and the Protestant Woman: The Trial of Rev. Thomas Maguire, P.P., December 1827. Proinnsios O’Duigneain. Irish Academic Press. 1997. Paperback. In December 1827, Rev. Thomas Maguire, P.P. of Drumkeering, Co. Leitrim was tried in Dublin for the seduction of a local Protestant woman. € 5
562. The Provisional IRA in England. The Bombing Campaign 1973-1997. Gary McGladdery. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 25
563. The Pursuit of the Heiress. Aristocratic Marriage in Ireland 1740-1840. A. P. W. Malcolmson. Dust wrapper. Ulster Historical Foundation. € 15
564. The Rás. Ireland’s Unique Bike Race 1953-2003. Tom Daly. Collin’s Press. dust jacket. ISBN: 1903464374. characterised by a lack of conventional practice, spontaneity and fierceness of competition that makes it unique. statistical details including tour winners, stage winners, yellow jersey holders are detailed. € 15
565. The Rath of the Synods: Tara, Co. Meath, excavations. Seán P. Ó Ríordáin. Eoin Grogan with contributions by Caroline Velzian and Seamus Caulfield Wordwell. 2009. Large format. The site had a complex sequence of ritual, funerary and domestic activity which is divided into four main phases. € 10
566. The Rebel in his Family. William Smith O’Brien. Richard Davis. Cork University Press. Paperback. € 10
567. The Reformations in Ireland, Tradition and Confessionalism, 1400-1690. Samantha A Mays. 1997. paperback. 209 pages. Religion, continuity and change, superstition and tradition are covered in this work. ISBN 0717126390. € 10
568. Revolutionary Limerick. The Republican Campaign for Independence in Limerick, 1913-1921. John O’Callaghan. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 30
569. The Restoration Land Settlement in Co. Dublin 1660-1688. Lawrence J. Arnold. 1993. 224 pages. Irish Academic Press. dust wrapper. 1SBN 0716525035. one of the most significant events in the remarkable revolution in land ownership in the early modern period whereby the ownership of most of the land was transferred from Catholic to Protestant hands, and with it political and economic power. € 20
570. The River Shannon. Text and Photographs by Maeve Henry. The Conna Press. 1996. dust wrapper. ISBN 0952852101. € 10
571. The River Shannon: A Journey Down Ireland’s Longest River. Aiveen Cooper. The Collins Press. 2012. ISBN 1848891075. The Shannon, is intimately connected with the history of Ireland, and there are sites of international ecological importance along its course. € 10
572. The Royal Dublin Society 1815-1845. Kevin Bright. Four Courts Press. 2004. 282 pages. dust wrapper. An excellent study. € 10
573. The Seafaring Saint: Sources and Analogues of the twelfth-century Voyage of Saint Brendan. Clara Strijbosch. Four Courts. 2000. 326 pages. The Navigatio Sancti Brendani Abbatis, written around AD 800, describes how the 6th-century Irish saint Brendan set sail for an island paradise on the other side of the ocean. Around 1150, another story was written in the area around Trier, Germany. € 30
574. The Secret Life of Joan Denise Moriarty. Sandra MacLiammoir. Blackwater Press. 1995. Dust wrapper. founder of the Irish National Ballet. ISBN 0861217284. € 10
575. The Secret Societies of Ireland, their Rise and Progress. H.B.C. Pollard. Irish Historical Press. 1998 reprint. paperback. ISBN 1902057015. € 10
576. The Shannon Navigation. Ruth Delaney. The Lilliput Press. 2008. Paperback. traces the navigation up to the present day from the 1750s when the early works were commenced under the Commissioners of Inland Navigation and subsequently under the Directors General of Inland Navigation from 1800 to 1831. € 15
577. The Shops of Ireland. Sean Rothery. Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd. 2009. Paperback. In this study of Irish shops, Sean Rothery looks at their development from rural converted houses to city planned shops. € 10
578. The Spy in the Castle. David Neligan. Prendeville Publishing. 1999 reprint of the original edition. paperback. ISBN 0953569705. € 25
579. The Storm Passed by, Ireland and the Battle of the Atlantic 1941-42. Trevor Allen. 1996. 208 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
580. The Story of Irish Film. Arthur Flynn. Currach Press. 2004. 324 pages. Dust wrapper. detailed study from the first showing of the one-reelers in 1896. € 10
581. The Tipperary War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the Great War. Tom and Seumas Burnell. Paperback. € 10
582. The Tories in Ireland 1910-1914. Conservative Politics and the Home Rule Crisis. Jeramy Smith. Irish Academic Press. 2001. 256 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716526964. € 10
583. The Tortuous Path, the course of Ireland’s entry into the E.E.C. 1948-73. D.J. Maher. Dublin. 1986. 418 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
584. The Trial of Civilians by Military Courts: Ireland 1921. Sean Enright. Irish Academic Press. 2012. Dust wrapper. € 15
585. The Trial of William Drennan. John Larkin, editor. 1991. dust wrapper. Drennan was one of the principal organizers of the United Irishmen. € 10
586. The University of Ulster. Genesis and Growth. Gerard O’Brien and Peter Roebuck. Four Courts Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
587. The Voyage of Saint Brendan. Translation by John J. O’Meara, paintings by Daniel De’Angelico. Four Courts Press. 1994. limited edition binding in full linen cloth, with Celtic motiffs by Kenny’s Bindery, Galway. ISBN: 185182166X. € 50
588. The Walled Towns of Ireland. Avril Thomas. Irish Academic Press. 2 volume set. Paperback. € 20
589. The Waterford War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the Great War. Tom and Seumas Burnell. Paperback. € 10
590. The Waterford, Limerick and Western Railway. Ernest Shepherd. Ian Allan Publishing. 2006. well-illustrated volume. Separate chapters deal with topics such as locomotives and rolling stock, the course of the line and accidents. € 10
591. The Westropp Family 1250-2000. George Westropp. 2000. 252 pages. dust wrapper. The Westropps were one of the principal landlord families in counties Limerick, Clare and Cork. € 120
592. The Wicklow War Dead. A History of the Casualties of the Great War. Tom and Seumas Burnell. Paperback. € 10
593. The Wild Geese of the Antrim MacDonnells. Hector McDonnell. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
594. The Wild Red Deer of Killarney. Sean Ryan. 1998. Large format. Dust wrapper. ISBN: 1902011090. € 10
595. The Winding up of the Dail Courts, 1922-5. Mary Kotsonouris. 2004. 296 pages. dust wrapper. € 30
596. The Year of Liberty, the Great Irish Rebellion of 1798. Thomas Pakenham. 1997. Weidenfeld. large format, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. ISBN: 0297823868. € 15
597. The Yeats Sisters and Cuala. Gifford Lewis. 1994. 222 pages. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. ISBN 0716525257. € 15
598. The Young Ireland Rebellion and Limerick. Laurence Fenton. The Mercier Press. 2010. Paperback. William Smith O Brien and the Sarsfield Club, scene of mass meetings between Old and Young Irelanders as well as an infamous riot between them; hold-up of the Limerick to Tralee mail coach, the Abbeyfeale Rising, etc. € 5
599. Thomas A. Finlay SJ, 1848-1940. Thomas J. Morrissey. Four Courts Press. 2004. 160 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
600. Thomas L Synott: the Career of a Dublin Catholic 1830-1870. Robert Cullen. Irish Academic Press. Maynooth Studies in Local History. Synnott’s rise in prominence as a vestry officer, and warden in O’Connell’s repeal association places him in the classic middle-class Catholic mould for that time. € 5
601. Those Intrepid United Irishwomen, Pioneers of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association. Sarah MacNamara. 1995. paperback. € 10
602. Three Brass Balls. The Story of the Irish Pawnshop. Jim Fitzpatrick. 2001. 130 pages. Paperback. € 10
603. Three Hundred Years of Irish Watercolours and Drawings. Patricia Butler. Phoenix Illustrated. 1997. large format paperback. 224 pages. in-depth chronicle of the subject. € 15
604. Through Irish Eyes. A Visual Companion to Angela McCourt’s Ireland. O’Brien Press. 1998. dust wrapper. ISBN 086278591X . € 10
605. Tony O’Malley. Edited by Brian Lynch. Profusely illustrated. dust wrapper. € 30
606. Tortuous Path, the course of Ireland’s entry into the E.E.C. 1948 – 73. D.J. Maher. Dublin. I. P. A. 1986. 418 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0906890453. € 15
607. Towers, Spires and Pinnacles, a History of the Cathedrals and Churches of the Church of Ireland. Sam Hutchinson. 2003. 164 pages, colour illustrations. dust wrapper. A most attractive book. € 15
608. Tragedy at Tuskar. Mike Reynolds. 2003. 238 pages. Paperback. € 5
609. Trains, Coal and Turf: Transport in Emergency Ireland. Peter Rigney. 2010. Irish Academic Press. € 10
610. Travellers’ Accounts as Source-Material for Irish History. C. J. Wood. Four Courts. Dust wrapper. € 15
611. Trial of William Drennan. John Larkin, editor. 1991. dust wrapper. Drennan was one of the organizers of the United Irishmen. ISBN 0716524670. € 10
612. Tristram Kennedy and the Revival of Irish Legal Training 1835-1885. Colum Kenny. Irish Academic Press. 1996. 256 pages. dust wrapper. ISBN 0716524724. € 10
613. Troubled Waters: Shipwreck and Heartache on the Irish Sea. Pat Ferguson. History Press. 2008. Paperback. Carlingford Lough to Tuskar Rock. € 5
614. Turning Points in Twentieth Century Irish History. Thomas E. Hachey. Irish Academic Press. Dust wrapper. € 10
615. Two Painters. Works by Alfred Wallis and Jamie Dixon. 2000. 126 pages. large format paperback. € 10
616. Underworld: Death and Burial in Cloghermore, County Kerry. Michael Connolly, Frank Coyne, Linda Lynch. Wordwell Books. 2005. 310 pages. dust wrapper. important research into an important early Christian site in Ireland. € 10
617. Unearthing Hidden Ireland: Historical Archaeology and Anthropology at Ballykilcline, County Roscommon. Charles Orser editor. Wordwell Books. 2006. Colour plates. dust wrapper. cultural history of a single townland. € 10
618. Unfinished Revolution. The United Irishmen in New South Wales 1800-1810. Ann-Maree Whitaker. paperback. € 20
619. Vanishing Kingdoms. The Irish Chiefs and their Families. Walter Curly. paperback. € 10
620. Visualizing Ireland. National identity and the Pictorial. Edited by Adele M. Dalsimer. BOSTON, Faber. 230 pages. Paperback. € 5
621. Voices of Trim. Tommy Murray. 2005. 127 pages. paperback. € 5
622. Walter Macken. Dreams on Paper. Ultan Macken. Mercier Press. 2005. Dust wrapper. € 10
623. War, Politics and the Irish of Leinster 1156-1606. Emmett O’Byrne. Four Courts Press. 2003. 320 pages. dust wrapper. € 15
624. Watercolours of Ireland. Works on Paper, in pencil, pastel and paint. 1600-1914. Anne Crookshank and the Knight of Glin. 1994. 328 pages. Large format. profusely illustrated. dust wrapper. The standard work on the subject. € 45
625. What the Doctor Ordered: An Encyclopaedia of Wexford Opera since 1951. Kevin Lewis. History Press. dust wrapper. € 10
626. White Knights, Dark Earls. The Rise and Fall of an Anglo-Irish Dynasty [Kingstons of Mitchelstown Castle]. Bill Power. Paperback. € 15
627. William Crolly, Archbishop of Armagh 1835 – 1849. Ambrose Macaulay. Dublin. 1994. 481 pages. dust wrapper. Crolly played a major role in Irish ecclesiastical and political life especially on controversies involving national education. ISBN 1851821473. € 15
628. William J. Walsh. Archbishop of Dublin 1841-1921. Thomas Morrissey. dust wrapper. € 10
629. William Trevor. A Study of the Short Fiction. Suzanne Paulson. New York, Twayne. ISBN 0805708588 € 10
630. Window on a Catholic Parish: St. Mary’s, Granard, Co. Longford, 1933-68. Francis Kelly. Irish Academic Press. Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History. 1996. 63 pages. Wrappers. € 5
631. With the IRA in the Fight for Freedom. Mercier Press Reprint. 2012. Wrappers. € 10
632. Women in Beckett. Performance and Critical Perspectives. Linda Ben-Zvi editor. paperback. 1992. 260 pages. University of Illinois. ISBN 0252062566. € 10
633. Women in the Dail. Jason Knirck. Irish Academic Press. 2006. ISBN 10: 0716528010. € 10
634. Women in Ulster Politics 1890-1940. A History Not Yet Told. Diane Urquhart. 2000. 288 pages. dust wrapper. € 10
635. Working the Irish Coast. Mike Smylie. DUBLIN, Nonsuch Press. 2009. Paperback. 254 pages . The journal of a twenty three day trip around the Irish Coast. € 5
636. Would You Like to be Buried with my People? Irish Wedding Traditions. Kerstin Mierke, Ridgette Rowland. 158 pages. dust wrapper. € 5
637. Writing Irish History: The Four Masters and their World. Edel Bhreathnach & Bernadette Cunningham. Wordwell. 2007. Large format. 142 pages. An assessment of the contribution of the ‘Four Masters’ – Micheál Ó Cléirigh, Fearfeasa Ó Maoil Chonaire, Cú Choigríche Ó Cléirigh and Cú Chogiríche Ó Duibhgheannáin – to the recording of Irish annals. Profusely illustrated. Illustrated Card. € 20
638. Writing Irish History: The Four Masters and their World. Edel Bhreathnach & Bernadette Cunningham. Wordwell. 2007. Paperback. € 10
639. Yeats. Portrait of an Artistic Family. Hilary Pyle. Merrell Holberton. 1997. large format. Dust wrapper. € 15
640. Yeats’s Worlds. Ireland, England and the Poetic Imagination. David Pierce. Yale University Press. 1995. dust wrapper. € 10

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  1. wonderfull collection of books: Am Searching for a used Copy of “A Portrait of Irish Mrediciner: An Illustratedhistory of Medicine in Ireland: Auythor Eoin O Brien, Published, 1984.( Now out of Print) Appreciate it if you come a used copy.,Thank You.PJG

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