Books 1 to 199
1. A. E. Co-Operation and Nationality. A Guide for Rural Reformers from
This to the Next Generation. Dublin. Maunsel. 1912. First. p.p.104 + 4
pages ads. Bound with a. e. The National Being - Some Thoughts on an
Irish Policy. Dublin. Maunsel. 1916. First. p.p.176. Maroon quarter calf,
gilt title on spine, raised bands. Very fine copy. €350
6. A. E. Exhibition of Paintings by George Russell. Dublin. Oriel Gallery.
Nov-Dec. 1975. Oblong quarto. p.p.19. 11 full page colour plates, all redolent
of the esoteric mysticism we associate with Russell's inspired vision.
Stiff pictorial wrappers. V.G. €195.
13. An Act for improving and repairing the road leading from Newcastle in
the county of limerick to the city of limerick and from thence to Charleville, Co. Cork. London. Eyre and Strahan. 1830. p.p. 51. Folio.
Marbled Boards, moroc. label. V.g. €195
19. Andrews, Sydney. A History of the Andrews Family, Millers of Comber.
Edited by John Burls from the manuscript of Sydney Andrews. Ipswich.
1958. First. p.p.170. 22 plates, of which 6 are coloured. White cloth with
eighteenth century Italian map of Ulster with fine dust jacket replicating
the cover design. A privately printed record of a prominent Co. Down
Family, who were noted millers for many years. V.g. €125
20. Anelius, Josephus. National Action - A Plan for the National Recovery of
Ireland. Dublin. gaelic athletic association. 1942. p.p.118. Blue printed
wrps. V.g. €135
Anster, John (of Trinity College Dublin). Faustus, A Dramatic Mystery:
The Bride of Corinth, The First Walpurgis Night. Translated from German.
London. Longman. Rees. 1835. p.p.491. Inscribed presentation copy
from Anster. Cntp. Half calf. V.g. €145
24. Apollo. The arts in Ireland. 1966. Large 4to Illustrated. Similar to previous
item, the majority of above issue devoted to the fine arts in Ireland
including furniture, painting, silver, sculpture and Irish bookbinding. Decorative
wrps. V.g. €125
Scarce Social & Economic Work.
26. Aatkinson, A. Ireland in the Nineteenth Century, and Seventh of England's
Dominion. Enriched with copious descriptions of the resources of the soil,
and seats & scenery of the North West District. Liverpool. Hamilton
Adams. 1833. First. Royal 8vo. p.p.492. Finely bound in recent half calf
gilt spine, raised bands. V.g. €650
Beatty. Bagwell, Richard. Ireland Under the Stuarts and During The Interregnum.
London. Longmans Green. 1909. First. 3 Volumes. p.p. Vol. (1) 370 (2) 388 and (3) 351. 3 Folding maps. Org. blue cloth with gilt titles on
spine. Ex. Stowe Library with B.P.'s. Scarce copies of first edition covering
the period 1603/1651. Mountjoy and Carey to Transplantation.
Not in Gilbert.
30. Banim, Michael. (the o'Hara Family). Peter of The Castle and The
Fetches. Dublin. Duffy. 1866. Green cloth, gilt spine. Scarce. €165
34. (Barrister). a Protestant Barrister. A Vindication of the Conduct of the
Irish Catholics during the Last Administration. Dublin. King. 1807. p.p.70.
Marbled boards with printed paper label. V.g. €175
36. (Beatty). Exhibition Catalogue of the Chester Beatty Collection in the
National Gallery of Ireland. A Collection of paintings of the Barbizan and
Contemporary Schools presented to the Irish nation by Mr. Alfred Chester
Beatty in July 1950. Dublin. Sign of the Three Candles. 1950. p.p.28.
Illustrated. Green printed wrappers. Scarce. V.g. €115
38. Beaufort, Daniel A. A New Map of Ireland Civil and Ecclesiastical. London.
Faden. 1792. Large folding map on linen 134 + 109cms. A most attractive
hand coloured map of Ireland with decorative cartouche depicting
church, a ship in port and cherubs at play beneath an oak tree. Explanation
key and dedication to King George the Third. Rare & largest map of 18th
Century Ireland. €950
39. Beaufort, Daniel A. Memoir of a Map of Ireland; Illustrating the Topography
of that Kingdom, and containing a Short Account of its Present State,
Civil and Ecclesiastical, with a complete index to the map. Dublin. Slater
& Allen. 1792. First. p.p.147 + 71 page index + errata. Folding map of Ireland,
coloured in outline. Subscribers list & glossary of Irish words. L.P.
copy. Later quarter vellum, gray boards. Fine. €850
40. Bantry. Copy of correspondence relating to Proposed Pier to be erected in
Bantry Harbour. London. House of Commons. 1866. p.p.34. Folio. Marbled
boards with morocco label. Fine. €135
42. Bence-Jones, Mark. Burke's Guide to Country Houses - Ireland. London.
Burke's Peerage Ltd. 1978. First. Large 4to. p.p.288. Pictorial D.J. V.g. €130
43. Bennett, Douglas. Collecting Irish Silver. London. Souvenir Press. 1984.
First. p.p.228. 4to. Prof. illustrated in colour & B/W. Fine copy in pictorial
44. Bennett, Douglas. Irish Georgian Silver. London. Cassell. 1972. First.
Large 4to. B.P. p.p.369. Profusely illustrated. Essential reference book for
collectors of rare Irish Silver and first editions in this condition are scarce. Fine copy in decorative D.J. €950
47. Benson, Rev. Charles W. Our Irish Song Birds. Dublin. Hodges Figgis.
1901. p.p.206. Illustrated. Org. green cloth, gilt title on spine. Slightly
nicked at top of spine o/w G. €165
49. Bernard, Nicholas D. D. The Life and Death of the Most Reverend and
Learned Father of our Church Dr. James ussher, Late Arch-Bishop of Armagh,
and Primate of All Ireland. Published in a Sermon at his Funeral at
the Abbey of Westminster, April 17, 1656. London. Tyler. 1656. p.p.119 +
6 pages ads. Small 8vo. Cntp. calf with rebacked spine. Folding portrait
frontis. Some staining in margins. Scarce. €395
Glenlo Abbey Copy.
50. Berry, Rev. J. Fleetwood. The Story of St. Nicholas', Collegiate Church,
galway. Galway. O'Gorman & Co. 1912. First. 4to. Illustrated. p.p.106.
Org. gilt maroon cloth, Glenlo Abbey Copy. Good. €225
52. Betham, Sir William. Irish Antiquarian Researches. Dublin. Curry.
1826/27. 2 Vols. p.p.(1) 242 (2) 255 plates, come folding and hand
coloured. Later quarter linen and yellow boards. Rare. €625
54. Bigger. Catalogue of Books and Bound Mss. of the Irish Historical, Archaeological
and Antiquarian Library of the Late Francis Joseph Bigger.
Presented to the Belfast Public Library as a memorial by his brother Lt.
Col. F. C. Bigger. Belfast. Adams. 1930. p.p.303. Stiff printed wrps. V.G. €250
55. Binns, Jonathan. The Miseries and Beauties of Ireland. London. Longman Orme Brown & Co. 1837. First. 2 Vols. p.p.(1) 418 + Errata (2) 460. Large folding map coloured to show Author's route and 9 litho plates. Black cloth with gilt titles on spines. Owner’s signature on T.P.'s.
60. Blake-Forster, Charles French. The Irish Chieftains, or A Struggle for
the Crown. Dublin. McGlashan and Gill. 1872. First. p.p.728. Royal 8vo.
College brand on T.P. Org. green cloth, gilt floral borders with gilt harp in
oval floral surround on upper cover. V.g. Scarce. €550
64. Book of Armagh - The Patrician Documents. Dublin. S.O. 1937. 4to.
p.p.28. Introduction by Edward Gwynn. Includes 24 pages of facsimiles in
collotype of Irish manuscripts. B.P. of Manx Museum. Half blue calf, gilt
title on spine. V.G. & Scarce. €295
Book of Common Prayer. According to the use of the Church of Ireland,
together with the Psalter or Psalms of David and the form or manner of
making, ordaining and consecrating of Bishops, Priests and Deacons. Constitutions
& Canons Ecclesiastical treated upon by the Archbishops &
Bishops and the rest of the Clergy in Ireland. Dublin. George Grierson.
1751. 4to. 3 vols. in 1, each with separate title page. Fine recent half calf,
marble boards. V.G. €300
Book of Kells. London. Thames & Hudson. 1974. p.p.230. Folio. Numerous
full page colour plates. Pristine in decorative slip case. €195
67. Borlase, Edmund. The History of the Execrable Irish Rebellion trac'd
from many preceding Acts, to the Grand Eruption the 23. of October, 1641
and thence pursued to the Act of Settlement, 1662. London. Printed for
Henry Brome, and Richard Chiswell in St. Paul's Church Yard. 1680.
Folio. p.p.(XXXII) 327, 138 (Appendix), 14 (index) + errata and folding
chart. Title printed in red & black. Cntp. calf with later label on spine. Rare V.G. €1,350
Borlase, Edmund. The Reduction of Ireland to the Crown of England
with the Governors since the Conquest by King Henry II Anno MDCLXXII.
With some passages in their Government. A brief account of the
Rebellion Anno Dom. MDCXLI. Also, the original Charters of the Universitie
of Dublin and the Colledge of Physicians. London by Andrew
Clarke, for Robert Clavel, at the Peacock in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1675.
p.p.(XLIX) 284. Fine recent half calf, gilt spine. Rare. €1,200
Boulter, Hugh. Letters written by his Excellency Hugh Boulter, D. D.
Lord Primate of All Ireland to several Ministers of State in England containing
an account of the most interesting transactions which passed in Ireland
from 1724 to 1738. 2 Vols. in 1. Dublin. George Faulkner. 1770.
p.p.(1) 288, (2) 209. Fine copy, half calf - crimson moroc. label. €375
Bourke, Rev. Ulick J. The College Irish Grammar, containing, besides
the usual subject of grammar, some remarks in the form of dissertation on
the orthography of the language; how it can become fixed; on the number
of declensions, and number of conjugations … compiled chiefly with a
view to aid the students of Saint Patrick's College, Maynooth, and of the
Catholic University of Ireland; in the study of the National language.
Dublin. Mullany. 1862. p.p.320. Lacks E.P.'s. Org. green cloth, some staining,
gilt title on spine. €65
Bowen, Elizabeth. Bowen's Court. London. Longmans Green & Co. 1942.
First. p.p.341. Illustrated. Fine copy in D.J. €125
Classic story of a Cromwellian soldier, Colonel Henry Bowen, who received
a grant of land in North Cork and of the home Bowen's Court, built
by a descendent and the drama of County Cork life for the following three
Bradshaw, W. H. enniskillen Long Ago - A Historical Sketch of the
Parish of "Inishkeene, In lacu ernensi" now called Enniskillen. Dublin.
Herbert. 1878. First. p.p.159. Illustrated. Later green buckram, gilt title on
spine. V.G. €275
(Boyle, Robert). Occasional Reflections Upon Several Subjects, whereto
is premis'd a Discourse About such kinds of Thought. London. Herringman.
1669. Second Edition. p.p.413 + 7 additional pages. Contemporary
speckled calf, gilt floral motifs on corners. Spine rebacked, later calf. V.G. €675
Robert Boyle, the youngest son of the Earl of Cork was born in Lismore
Castle in 1627. He became the leading scientist of his day and propounded
the famous Boyle's Law, that the volume of gas varies inversely as the
Boyle, Robert. Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental
Natural Philosophy, propos'd in a familiar discourse to a friend by
way of invitation to the study of it, The second tome, containing the later
section of the second part. Oxford. Henry Hall. 1671. 6 parts and preamble.
p.p. total 204. Old staining throughout but text fully legible. Recent
gray boards. Scarce. €575
79. Boyle, Roberto. Origo Formarum et Qualitatum Luxta Philosophiam Corpuscularem
Considerationbus & Experimentis Illustrata. (Ad modum Annotationum
in Tentamen circa nitrum primitus conscripta. Genevae
Samuelem de Tournes. 1688. Small 4to. p.p.30 and 147. Later mottled
cream cloth, title on spine. €1,650
81. Boyle, The Honourable Robert. The Origine of Formes and Qualities,
(according to the Corpuscular Philosophy) illustrated by Considerations
and Experiments, written formerly by way of notes upon an Essay about
Nitre. Oxford. R. Hall Printer to the University. 1666. First. p.p.433 and 1
page errata. Fine full calf (recent), raised bands and green and gold moroc.
Labels on spine. New E.P.'s. V.g. €1,950
Boyle, The Honourable Robert. The Sceptical Chymist or Chymico -
Physical Doubts & Paradoxes, Touching the Spagyrist's Principles Commonly
called Hypostatical, as they are wont to be Propos'd and defended
by the generality of Alchymists. London. Dawsons. 1965. Limited Edition
(500). A scarce photo facsimile of possibly the most important work in the
history of science. Very scarce in that this is the first reprint of the text of
the 1661 first edition and also the first facsimile edition. p.p.442. Org. maroon
cloth, title in gilt. B.P. Pristine. €450
83. Boyle, Grew, Nehemias. Anatomie des Plantes et L'Ame Des Plantes par
Mr Dedu avec un Recueil d'experiences & observations curieuses faites par
Mr. grew & (Robert) Boyle Leide. Pierre Vander. 1685. p.p. part (1) 310,
part (2) 108. Contemporary calf, rebacked. New moroc. label. Scarce
Orrery. Castrucci Bonamici. Commentariorum De Bello Italico. C. 1740.
Small 4to. 2 Vols in 1. p.p.(1) 128 & (2) 141. Fine Cork & orrery book
plate and signed by John Boyle 5th Earl "Orrery, Leicester Fields Sept.
11th 1747". Cntp. calf with gilt Orrery Coronet on spine. Good. €275
86. Brash, Richard Bolt. The Ogham Inscribed Monuments of the Gaedhil in
the British Islands, with a dissertation on the Ogham character. Illustrated
with fifty photo-lithographic plates. Edited by G.A. Atkinson. London.
Bell. 1879. First. Half calf, gilt title on spine, rubbed. €350
89. Brett, William. Reminiscences of louth - An Authentic and Truthful Narrative
of Political and Social Events which occurred in the County Louth
1801 to the year 1836. Dundalk. Dundalgan Press. 1913. Second edition.
p.p.53. Black buckram, gilt title on spine. V.G. €135
90. Brinkley, John D. D. (Late Lord Bishop of Cloyne) Elements of Plane
Astronomy. Dublin. Milliken & Son. 1836. p.p.287. First. Folding illustrations.
Later fine quarter calf, marbled boards. V.G. €225
91. Brooks, Eric St. John. Register of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist.
Dublin S.O. 1936. 4to. p.p.422. Attractive cloth binding, paper label. V.G. €135
Dedicated to John O'Connell M.P.
92. Browne, R. Dillon M.P. Debate on the First Reading of the Protection of
Life (Ireland) Bill. London. Pickering. 1846. First. p.p. 306 + 20 page publisher's
list. Org. cloth, paper label on spine. Good. €295
97. Burke, Sir Bernard. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed
Gentry of Ireland. London. Harrison. 1899. p.p.495 + 16 page publishers
list. Royal 8vo. Org. red gilt cloth. B.P. of Raymond De la Poer of Kilcronagh,
Co. Kilkenny and signed by him on T.P. Fine copy. €675
Burke. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke. London. F.C.
and J. Rivington. 1808. 8vols. Cntp. half calf, marbled boards. Fine set.
Scarce First Edition.
99. Burke, John and John Bernard Burke. A Genealogical and Heraldic
Dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. London. Colburn.
1846. First. 3 Vols. p.p.(1) 782, (2) 892 and (3) 354 plus 312 page
index. Full contemporary brown calf, gilt borders on covers and raised
bands on spines. A.E.G. Fine copy of this scarce first edition, indispensable
to the landed classes and aristocracy of the 19th Century. €900
Burke. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke. London. F.C.
and J. Rivington. 1808. 8vols. Cntp. half calf, marbled boards. Fine set.
105. Capel, Arthur. Letters written by his Excellency arthur Capel, Earl of
Essex. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in the year 1675 to which is prefixed an
Historical Account of his life. London. J. Dodsley. 1770. First. Large 4to.
p.p.428. Fine half calf & marbled boards (recent). Good. €525
Tipperary Army Chaplain & Writer.
110. Carve (Carew) Thomas. Itinerarium, thomas Carve, Tipperariensis, Sacellani
Majoris, Anglorum, Scotorum, Hibernorum Sub Exercitu Caesarea
Majestatis Militanium, cum Historia Facti Butleri, Gordon Lesley et. Aliorum.
London. Quaritch. 1859. Limited edition of only 102 copies. p.p.432.
Portrait frontis. Very fine half calf (recent) gilt spine, raised bands, marbled
112. Cibber. An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, Comedian and late
Patentee of the Theatre-Royal. Written by himself. London. Dodsley. 1756.
Fourth edit. 2 Vols. p.p.(1) 324 and (2) 303 + 30 page index. Portrait frontis.
Cntp. Calf. Good. €275
113. Clapperton, James. Instructions for the Small Farmers of Ireland on the
cropping and culture of their farms. Dublin. Curry Jnr. & Co. p.p.35 + 1
page ad. Later marbled boards & moroc. label. V.G. €125
116. Clarke, Austin. The Echo at Coole & Other Poems. Dublin. Dolmen
Press. 1968. First. p.p.78. D.J. V.G. €55
Signed Limited Edition.
117. Clarke, Harry. The Years at the Spring. An Anthology of Recent Poetry
compiled by L.D.O. Walters. London. Harrap. 1920. Limited Edition of
250 copies. Signed by Harry Clarke. Cntp. half calf. V.G. €1,350
118. Clarke, M.V. Registrum cartarum monasterii B.V. Mariae de Tristenagh
in commitatu occidentalis midiae fundati et dotati a Galfredo de Constantine.
Register of the Priory of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Tristernagh. Transcribed
and edited from the Manuscript in the Cathedral Library, Armagh.
With a preface by J.S.A. Macauley and K.M.E. Murray. With folding map
of the property of Tristernagh Abbey. Dublin. S.O., 1941. p.p.141. V.G. €125
120. Cobbe, Alex and Terry Friedman. James Gibbs in Ireland - Newbridge,
His Villa for Charles Cobbe, Archbishop of Dublin. Cobbe Foundation.
2005. p.p.82. Large 4to. Numerous plates. Loosely inserted 3 signed letters
from alec Cobbe to Sir Howard Colvin. Outstanding architectural
production. Stiff pictorial wraps. Mint. €150
121. Clonmel. Tercentenary of the Siege of Clonmel 1650 - 1950. Clonmel.
The Nationalist. 1950. 4to. p.p.100 + 48 advertising pages. Numerous illustrations.
Pictorial wraps. Scarce. €150
Rare Diocesan History.
123. Cogan, Rev. A. The Diocese of Meath, Ancient and Modern. Dublin. John
F. Fowler. 1862/70. First. 3 Vols. p.p.(1) 427, (2) 560 and (3) 681. Volumes
2 & 3 published by Joseph Dollard, Dublin. Later brown cloth, gilt
titles. V.G. €750
Standard work and the first complete history of a Catholic Diocese in Ireland.
This important history was compiled in the aftermath of the famine
and the Diocesan archive from which he gleaned his material was subsequently
destroyed, further enhancing the importance of this work.
Signed Presentation Copy/ North Cork Interest
124. (Colt, Margaret). A Hunting Holiday in the County Cork. New York. Privately
printed. First. 1936. p.p.101. Illustrated. Org. attractive pictorial
boards. Inscribed presentation copy. "For Aunt Kitty and Uncle Sam, hoping
they may be entertained by our Irish adventures. Margaret Cole, Jan
1937". An account of a 6 weeks hunting holiday in North Cork during
the period 24/2/1936 to 1/4/1936. Margaret Cole was one of four wealthy
Americans who based themselves at longueville House, Mallow and
hunted in Cork, limerick & tipperary during their holiday. They appear
to have been well entertained by the North Cork Aristocracy. Fine
plates of longueville House (3), Byblox House in Doneraile, Main Street
Mallow and numerous other illustrations.
See Illustration. Rare. €425
129. Connellan, Owen. The Annals of Ireland translated from the original Irish
of the Four Masters with Annotations by Philip Mac Dermott M.D. and the
Translator. Dublin. Geraghty. 1846. p.p.736. Colour frontispiece, lacks
original map but later map tipped in. Beautiful recent half calf with marbled
boards, gilt spine. €675
132. Conor, William. Exhibition Catalogue. Belfast. McClelland Galleries.
1969. p.p.38. Illustrated Limited Edition (500). Stiff pictorial wrappers. Scarce Conor Catalogue. €150
134. Conor, William. The Irish Scene. Belfast. Derek MacCord. 1944. Folio.
p.p.26. 12 Full page illustrations, half of which are in colour. Green cloth.
Gilt title on spine. V.G. €325
135. Conran, Michael. The National Music of Ireland containing the History
of the Irish Bards, the National Melodies, the Harp and Other Musical instruments
of Erin. Dublin. Duffy. 1846. First. p.p.286. Cntp. half calf gilt
spine. Scarce Good. €350
152. Co. Cork. 3 Reports bound as one. (1) Report upon the inquiry recently
held by order of the Board of Trade in the case of the wreck of the "San
Francisco" in Clonakity Bay, County Cork in January 1867. p.p.46.
Railway and Canal Bills - West Cork Railway Bill, Cork & Macroom
Direct Railway Bill & Cork, Blarney & Macroom Railway Bill. 1861.
A bill for confirming a provisional order made by the Board of Trade relating
to the maintenance and regulation of the Harbour and Port of Cork
1861. p.p.12. Folio. Recent marbled boards with moroc. label. V.G. €375
153. Crookhaven. Crookhaven Lighthouse. Correspondence relating to the
erection upon Rock Island of the present lighthouse for Crookhaven Harbour.
London. House of Commons. 1861. p.p.40. Folio. Recent marbled
boards with moroc. label. V.G. €300
157. Costello, Mrs. (Edited by). Amrain Muige Seola. Dublin. Talbot Press.
1923. p.p.150. Traditional folk songs from galway & Mayo collected by
Mrs. Costello of tuam, Co. Galway. 4to. Black buckram, title in gilt on
spine. V.g. Scarce. €175
159. Craig, Maurice. Irish Bookbindings 1600-1800. London. Cassell & Co.
1954. First. p.p.47 + 58 full page plates and 58 pages of descriptions. Large
4to. D.J. in glassine wrps. Loosely inserted is a 14 page booklet by
Maurice Craig inscribed "Walter with best wishes from Maurice March
1976". Scarce with signed ephemera. Good. €525
162. Craig, Maurice & Michael Craig. Mausolea Hibernica. Dublin. Lilliput
Press. 1999. First. p.p.118. Illustrated inscribed presentation copy from
Maurice to Howard (Colvin) in Latin & English dated June 1999. Fine in
D.J. Scarce. €195
Inscribed by Illustrator.
163. (Craik, Dinah). The Unknown Country. London. Macmillan. 1887.
p.p.187. 4to. Illustrated by Frederick Noel Paton. Inscribed on title page "To Betty from F.N.P. 1908".
Illustrations of Northern and Donegal Scenes. V.G. €225
164. Crawford, Michael George. Legendary Stories of The Carlingford Lough
District. Newry. Frontier Sentinel. 1924. p.p.195. Green cloth incorporating
original printed wrps. V.G. €135
167. Croker, T. Crofton. The Popular Songs of Ireland. London. Colburn.
1839.First. p.p.340. Black buckram, gilt title on spine. V.G. €125
168. Croker, T. Crofton. Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland.
London. Tegg. C. 1862. p.p.366. Org. green cloth with gilt harp in oval
floral border. Good. €195
170. Cumberland, Richard. The Battle of Hastings. A Tragedy adapted for
theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatres-Royal, Drury-Lane
and Covent-Garden. London. Bell. 1793. p.p.71. Recent marbled boards,
moroc. label. V.G. €135
Kerry Folk Tales
173. Curtin, Jeremiah. Hero Tales of Ireland. Collected by Jeremiah Curtin.
London. Macmillan. 1894. First. p.p.558. Org. green cloth. Scarce. €150
175. Dagg, T.S.C. Hockey in Ireland. Tralee. The Kerryman. 1944. First.
p.p.232. Illustrated. Signed by Author 9/4/1949 on the occasion of England
v. Ireland International at Londonbridge Road, Dublin. Org. green cloth. V.G. €135
176. D'alton, John. The History of the County of Dublin. Dublin. Hodges& Smith. 1838. First. p.p.943. Cntp. half calf, gilt spine. V.G. €425
177. D'alton, John. The History of Ireland from the earliest period in the year
1245, when the Annals of Boyle, which are adopted, as the running text authority,
terminate. Dublin. Published for the Author. 1845. p.p.283. Vol. 1
only (Ex.2) Illustrated. Subscribers list. Org. red cloth, gilt title on spine.
Org. title glued on spine. €125
181. De Jubainville, J. D'arbois. The Irish Mythological Cycle and Celtic
Mythology. Translated from the French with additional notes. By Richard
Irvine Best. Dublin, Hodges Figgis, 1903. p.p.240. Fine. Scarce. Org.
183. Dease, edmund F. A Complete History of The Westmeath Hunt from it's foundation with descriptions of the country and accounts of runs, reminiscences
of different packs which have hunted in the county during the
last hundred years, and some interesting bits of county history. Amusing
scenes in the field and list of members (illustrated) with likenesses by
Colonel James Smyth. Dublin. Browne & Nolan. 1898. First. Large 4to.
L.P. p.p.158. Prof. illustrated. Org. red & cream cloth. Rare. V.G. €1,250
184. De Burca, Seamus De. Find the Island or a Trip to Galway. A Farcical
Comedy in Three Acts. Dublin. Bourke. p.p.83. Bound with Charles J.
Kickham's Knocknagow or the Homes of Tipperary - a new dramatisation
by Seamus De Burca. Dublin. Bourke. 1945. p.p.67. Bound with Two
plays - Michael Dwyer Keeps His Word and They Met Again. Dublin.
Bourke. C.1945. p.p.32. Illustrated. Inscribed by Author 22nd July 1948. Green cloth. G. €135
186. Dempsy, Rev. P. CC. Avoca - A History of the Vale. Dublin. Browne& Nolan. 1912. First. p.p.71 + 6 pages ads. Folding map and photographic illustrations.
Fine quarter linen, blind stamped boards, gilt title. Fine local
190. Discussion. Authenticated Report of the Discussion which took place between
the Rev. t. D. gregg and the Rev. thomas Maguire in the Round
Room of the Rotundo on the 29th May, 1838, June 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th
and 7th. Dublin. Richard Coyne 1839. p.p.624. Half calf, marbled boards. Good. €295
191. Dobbs, M. E (Maigread Níc. Dobs). Sidelight on the Tain Age and Other
Studies. Dundalk. Tempest. 1917. First. p.p.86. Scarce original photo of
author tipped in on end paper and 2 page holograph letter from Author
also included. Org. quarter linen, green printed boards. V.G. €225
195. Doran, A.L. Bray and Environs. Bray. Doran. 1903. p.p.142 + 4 blank
memorandum pages. 3 Folding maps (one loose in pocket) and twenty two
half-tone illustrations. Org. blue gilt cloth. Scarce. €175