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20543. Best, R.I.: Facsimiles in Collotype of Irish Manuscripts VI MS.23 N 10 ( Formerly Betham 145 in the Library of The Royal Irish Academy. )

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1954. 27.5 x 21.5 cm. 160 pp., in black cloth boards, minor shelf wear otherwise in good condition, no dustwrapper. Apart from the general interest of the text: sagas, gnomic tracts, religious poems and regulae, it is of prime impotance as a source for the contents of the lost Lebar or Cin Dromma Snechta. 100.00


20525. Brooks, Eric St John ed.: Knights' Fees in Counties Wexford Carlow and Kilkenny (13th - 15th Century)

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1950 25 x 15.5 cm. xiv+ 306 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. A little sunfading to the spine otherwise in very good condition.The text is in English. 55.00


20577. Brooks, Eric St John, editor: Register of the Hospital of S. John The Baptist without the New Gate, Dublin

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1936 25 x 15.5 cm. xxi+422 pp. text in Latin. gold blocked red boards.Foreedge spotting a fair/good copy. Scarce. 55.00


20580. Brooks, Eric St John, editor: The Irish Cartularies of LLanthony Prima & Secunda. Edited from the MSS in the Public Record Office London.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1953. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxx+345 pp.apart from the introduction the text is in Latin. gold blocked red boards. Some sunfading to spine and rear board, some shelfwear, a fair copy. 25.00


20552. Carroll, F.M. editor: The American Commission on Irish Independence 1919 The Diary, Correspondence and Report.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),.1958. 25 x 15.5 cm. vi + 154 pp. in gold blocked red covers In very good condition in a v.g. dustwrapper.. 23.00


20546. Clarke, M.V editor andJ.S.A. Macauley and K.M.E. Murray: Register of the Priory of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Tristernagh. Registrum cartarum Monasterii B.V. Mariae de Tristernagh in Commitatu Occidentale midiae fundatia Galfredo de Constantine.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1941. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxv + 141 pp. map, in gold-blocked burgundy and red cloth boards, a wartime binding. In good condition. Apart from the preface and introduction the text is, of course, Latin. The original MSS. is in the Cathedral Library Armagh. 55.00


20561. Curtis, Edmund editor: Calendar of Ormond Deeds Vol IV 1350-1413 A.D.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1934. 25 x 15.5 cm. xli+403 pp. gold blocked burgundy boards. The Butler Earls of Ormond, Kilkenny Castle. Some light spotting to endpapers otherwise in good condition. Scarce. 85.00


20560. Curtis, Edmund editor: Calendar of Ormond Deeds Vol IV 1509-1547 A.D.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1937. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxxiv+432 pp. gold blocked burgundy boards. The Butler Earls of Ormond, Kilkenny Castle. Some wear to boards otherwise in good condition. 65.00


20570. Eustace, P. Beryl: Registry of Deeds Dublin Abstracts of Wills Vol.I 1708-1745.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1956. 25 x 15.5 cm. xii+430 pp. gold blocked red boards. In very good condition. 60.00


20571. Eustace, P. Beryl: Registry of Deeds Dublin Abstracts of Wills Vol.I 1746-1785.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1954. 25 x 15.5 cm. iv+453 pp. gold blocked red boards. In very good condition. 60.00


20526. Eustace, P.Beryl and Olive C. Goodbody editors: Quaker Records Dublin Abstracts of Wills.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1957. 25 x 15.5 cm. xiv+ 306 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. Abstracts, List of Quaker Wills Lisburn, List of Miscellaneous Quaker Wills in the historical Library, Eustace street, Idex of names and index of place-names. 25.00


20523. Freeman, A. Martin transcriber: The Compossicion Booke of Conought.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1936. 25 x 16 cm. ix+ 179 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. The text is in English. This is a transcript of the British Museum manuscript , Add. 41187. This was a copy made about 1700 of the original documents of 1585, sadly lost in the 1922 destruction of the Public Record Office in Dublin in 1922. 50.00


18399. Freeman, A. Martin, editor: Annala Connacht The Annals of Connacht (A.D. 1224-1544).

Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1970. Reprint. xxiv + 854 pp, 25.5 x 16 cm. Frontispiece is two folded sheets of facsimile document. Events year by year, with Irish text facing English translation. Indexes of personal names and place names. Additional notes. Corrigenda. Gold-blocked blue boards. No dw. Faint foxing to edges of print block. Unpackaged weight 1,700g. This is not an Irish Manuscript Commission title but its subject matter is appropriate. 35.00


20542. Goodbody, Olive C. and B.G.Hutton: Guide to Irish Quaker Records 1654-1860.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1967. 25 x 15.5 cm. 237 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards,very good in a v.g. dustwrapper. 25.00


20578. Hennessy, W.M. editor and Kelly, D.H. translator.: Reflex Facsimiles II Book of Fenagh, in Irish and English originally compiled by St Caillin, Archbishop, Abbot and Founder of Fenagh alas Dunbally of Moy-Rein Tempore St Patricii.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1939. 25 x 15.5 cm. x+439 pp. text in Latin, translated into English, with the contractions resolved and (as far as possible ), the original text restored. gold blocked red boards. In very good condition. Scarce. 85.00


20532. Hogan, James and N. McNeill O'Farrell editors: The Walsingham Letter-Book or Register of Ireland May 1578 to December 1579.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1959. 25.5 x 16 cm. xix+ 279 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth. In very good condition.Printed from the letter book in Vol IV of the Carew Papers in the P.R.O. London. 75.00


20540. Hogan, James. editor: Letters and Papers Relating to The Irish Rebellion between 1642-46.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1936. 25 x 15.5 cm. xi + 216 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. These are taken from the Ms. B 507 in the Bodleian Library Oxford. The originals were destroyed in the 1711 fire in Dublin Castle. 50.00


20541. Hogan, James. editor, with Indexes by Lilian Tate.: Negociations de M. Le Comte D'Avaux en Irelande ( 1689-90 ) Supplementary Volume.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1958.. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxxvi + 113 pp. frontispiece, in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. 30.00


20557. Hogan, James. editor.: Negociations de M. Le Comte D'Avaux en Irelande ( 1689-90 )

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1934.. 25 x 15.5 cm. 16 (13) + 756 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. 85.00


20555. Hughes, James L. J. editor: Patentee Officers in Ireland 1173-1826 including High Sheriffs, 1661-1684 and 1761-1816.

Dublin: Stationary Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission 1960. vii+142 pp. hardback, in a dustwrapper, in very good condition. It is unusual to get a dustwrapper for IMC publications. This list was compiled from the Liber Munerum Publicorum Hiberniae or The Establishment of Ireland, and from the manuscript lists of patentee officers made by John Lodge, Deputy Keeper of the Rolls, 1754-1774, now in the Public Record Office Dublin. A scarce item. 75.00


19869. Kavanagh, Rev. Fr. Stanislaus, editor, and Newport B. White, Synopsis and Indices: Commentarius Rinuccinianus De Sedis Apostolicae Legatione ad Foederatos Hiberniae Catholicos Per Annos 1645 - .1649.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for The Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1949. Volume 6. (vi) + 308 pp + 17 Plates, some folding. 25 x 15.5 cm. Text in English. Gold-blocked burgundy boards. In good condition. No dustwrapper. Unpackaged weight 900g. 35.00


19715. Kelly, James, editor: Proceedings of the Irish House of Lords 1771 - 1800.

Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2008. Three-volume set, 25 x 17.5 cm. Volume 1, 1771 - 1788, lv + 556 pp, Volume 2, 1789 - 1795, xxv + 595 pp, and Volume 3, 1796 - 1800, xxv + 680 pp. Frontispieces. Silk bookmarkers. Gold-blocked brown boards. In almost-new condition, in vg dustwrappers. One of the great publications in Irish history in the twenty-first century. Please note the unpackaged combined weight of these three volumes is 5.4 kilos. This will inevitably incur extra postage costs for overseas shipping. Please contact us for shipping costs before ordering. 135.00


20538. Longfield, A. K. editor: The Shapland Carew papers.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1946. 25 x 15.5 cm. x+ 228 pp.,map, in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. These papers came from Castleboro Co. Wexford, sold at auction before the burning of the house in 1922. 40.00


20516. Lynch, John: PII Antistitis Icon or the Life of Francis Kirwan Bishop of Killala by John Lynch Archdeacon of Tuam (MDCLXIX)

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1951. Collotype Facsimiles. 18.5 x 12 cm. no pagination, in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards, gilt title much faded. Othewise in very good condition. Apart from the Foreward the text is in Latin. The original is very rare, Just published copies were largelydestroyed in the Great Fire of London. Only three complete copies are known. This is from the Bodleian Library copy.. 75.00


20579. Macalister, R.A.S.: Book of Fenagh, Supplementary Volume.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1939. 25 x 15.5 cm. 113 pp. in gold blocked red boards. Spotting to the title otherwie in good condition. Scarce. 55.00


20565. Macalister, R.A.S.: Corpus Inscriptionum Insularum Celticarum Vol II.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1949. 25 x 15.5 cm. 213 pp. LXVII plates, and other illustrations in the text, gold blocked red boards. In very good condition. Scarce. 125.00


20520. MacLysaght, Edward: Seventeenth Century Hearth Money Rolls with Full Transcript for County Sligp

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission), 1967. 24.5 x 15 cm. lxviii+ 89 pp., light card covers. In very good condition. None of the original Rolls survived the destruction of the Public Record Office in Dublin in 1922. First published in Analecta Hibernica no 24. 30.00


20531. MacLysaght, Edward editor: The Kenmare Manuscripts.

Dublin: Irish University Press for the Irish Manuscript Commission, 1970. a facsimile of the first edition of 1942. 22.5 x 14 cm. xiv+ 517 pp., gold blocked burgundy boards In very good condition in a v.g. dustwrapper. This reprint is unabridged. The family papers and manuscripts of the Earl of Kenmare. 60.00


20537. McNeill, Charles and A.J. Otway-Ruthven editors: Dowdall Deeds.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1960. 25 x 15.5 cm. lxxvi + 416 pp.,map, in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. "Dowdall Pedigrees, List of Deeds, Calendar of Deeds." 75.00


20517. McNeill, Charles editor: Kilkenny City Records Liber Primus Killkenniensis The Earliest of the Books of the Corporation of Kilkenny now extant.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1931. 25.5 x 16 cm. viii+ 173 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards, gilt titlea little faded. Apart from the preface the text is in Latin. In very good condition. 50.00


20518. McNeill, Charles editor: Registrum de Kilmaimainham Register of Chapter Acts of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in Ireland 1326-1339 under the Grand Prior Sir Roger Outlawe.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission), 1932. 25.5 x 16 cm. xvi+ 172 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. Apart from the preface the text is in Latin. Edited from the Bodleian MS B.501. With additions for the times of his successors Sir John Mareschall, Sir John Larcher and Sir John Fitzrichard Grand Priors of Ireland. 35.00


3948. McNeill, Charles editor: The Tanner Letters - Original Documents and Notices of Irish Affairs in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Extracted from the Collection in the Bodlien Library, Oxford

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1943. 24.5 x 15.5 cm. x + 228pp, in gold-blocked burgundy boards. In good condition. 65.00


11899. Moody, T. W. and Simms, J. G: The Bishopric of Derry and the Irish Society of London 1602-1705 Vol. II, 1670-1705.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1983. xix+580 pp. map, hardback, very good in a vrery good dustwrapper. Documents taken from The Ellis manuscripts in PRONI and the records of the Honourable The Irish Society in Guildhall Library London. Chronic controversies over fisheries and land. The index covers both volumes. 75.00


20558. Moody, T. W. and Simms, J. G: The Bishopric of Derry and the Irish Society of London Vol. I 1602-70 Vol. 1.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1968. 25 x 15.5 cm. 430 pp. map, gold blocked burgundy boards, hardback, no dustwrapper. Documents taken from The Ellis manuscripts in PRONI and the records of the Honourable The Irish Society in Guildhall Library London. Chronic controversies over fisheries and land. 75.00


20549. O'Donnchadha, Tadgh: An Leaber Muimhneach maraon le Suim Aguisini .

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission), 1940. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxxix + 535 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. The text is in Irish of course.The Book of Munster is an independent compilation, but of uncertain date. There are two copies in the Royal Irish Academy both made at the beginning of the 18th century. The text is based on manuscript 23 E 20 in the Royal Irish Academy. 75.00


20519. O'Donnell, Thomas J. editor: Selections From the Zoilomastix of Philip O'Sullivan Beare.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission), 1960.. 25.5 x 16 cm. lxviii+ 111 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards, in a very good dustwrapper . In very good condition. Apart from the introduction and appendices the text is in Latin. Seventeenth century historian, Philip O'Sullivan Beare left an unpublished manuscript entitled Zoilomastix in which he defends Irishmen against their critics. Of the five books in which it is divided this edition comprises material selected for its historical interest, together with a table of contents for the whole manuscript. 50.00


10800. O'Laidhin, Tomas, editor: Sidney State Papers 1565 - 70.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1962. First edition. xiii + 150 pp. 25.5 x 16 cm. Indexes of Persons, Places, and Subjects. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards, in very good condition. No dustwrapper. These documents are transcribed from a volume of original State Papers preserved in the library of Trinity College. They comprise warrants and instructions sent by the Queen to Sir Henry Sidney, Lord Deputy of Ireland, and date from the years 1565 to 1570. 85.00


20551. O'Raithbheartaigh, Toirdhealbhach: Genealogical Tracts 1. comprising; A. The Introduction to the Book of Genealogiesm by Dubhaltsch Mac firbhiaigh, B. The Ancient Tract on the Distribution of the Aithech-thuatha C. The Lecan Miscellany being a collection of Genealogical excerpts......

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission).1932 25 x 15.5 cm. viii + 245 pp. in gold blocked burgundy cloth boards, in good condition. 35.00


20550. O'Sullivan, William editor: The Strafford Inquisition of County Mayo ( R.I.A.MS 24E 15 ).

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),.1958. 25 x 15.5 cm. x + 243 pp. in tan, light card covers In very good condition. 50.00


20566. Pender, Seamus: A Census of Ireland Circa 1659. With Supplementary Material from the Poll Money Ordinances (1660-1661).

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1939. 25 x 15.5 cm. xix+946 pp. gold blocked burgundy boards. In very good condition. Scarce. This is an exceptionally heavy item and will require extra postage outside Ireland and the UK . Please contact us for a shipping quotation. 150.00


20564. Pender, Seamus editor: Council Books of the Corporation of Waterford 1662-1700 together with Nine Documents of 1580-82

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1964 25 x 15.5 cm. xvi+498 pp. gold blocked red boards. In a slightly shelf-worn dustwrapper. In very good condition. 85.00


20524. Perrot, Sir James, edited by Herbert Wood.: The Chronicle of Ireland 1584-1608.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1933. 25 x 16 cm. viii + 199 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. The text is in English. 150.00


20569. Richardson, H. G. and G.O. Styles editors: Parliaments and Councils of Medieval Ireland Volume I.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1947. 25 x 15.5 cm. xl+251 pp. gold blocked red boards. In very good condition. Scarce 85.00


16216. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol III Counties of Donegal, Londonderry and Tyrone with the Returns of Church Lands for the three Counties.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1937. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xxxviii + 453 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in these three counties. Three maps. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards, in very good condition. No dw. Many of the IMC publications of this period were sold unbound, both for economy and to allow for a binding of choice. Slight foxing to title-page and to final index page, otherwise in very good condition. 30.00


18403. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol I. County of Tipperary Eastern and Southern Baronies.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1931. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xxviii + 388 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in east and south Tipperary. One map. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw. Very slight foxing to fore-edge of print block, otherwise in very good condition. 65.00


18404. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. II County of Tipperary Western and Northern Baronies with the Return of Crown and Church Lands for the Whole County.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1934. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xxxiii + 418 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in west and north Tipperary. One map. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw. In very good condition. 65.00


18402. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. IV County of Limerick with a section of Clanmourice Barony, Co. Kerry.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1938. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xlviii + 532 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in Limerick. One map. Index to Church Lands and Glebes. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw. Title-page slightly dusty, otherwise in very good condition. 70.00


18416. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. lX County of Wexford.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1953. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xlviii + 321 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in Wexford. One map. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw, otherwise in very good condition. 95.00


18406. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. V County of Meath with Returns of Tithes for the Meath Baronies.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1940. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xlviii + 410 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in Meath. One map. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw, otherwise in very good condition. 80.00


18413. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. VI County of Waterford with Appendices: Muskerry Barony, Co. Cork: Kilkenny City and Liberties (Part) Also Valuations, Circa 1663-64, for Waterford and Cork Cities.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1942. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. lxiii + 557 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in Waterford and Cork. There ia a reference to two maps "included in this volume", which do not appear to be present: a not unusual feature of IMC publications at this period. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw, otherwise in very good condition. 70.00


18414. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. Vll County of Dublin.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1945. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. lii + 317 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in Dublin. Map. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon binding strip, faded, on boards. No dw. Name and address, in Irish, dated 1945, on ffep, otherwise in very good condition. 40.00


18415. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey A.D. 1654-1656 Vol. Vlll County of Kildare.

Dublin: The Stationary Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1952. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xlvii + 244 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of the land in Kildare. One map. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. No dw, otherwise in very good condition. 40.00


18417. Simington, Robert C.: The Civil Survey. 1654-6 Vol. X Miscellanea.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1961. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xxxiv + 136 pp. 24.5 x 19 cm. Indispensible record of the ownership and occupancy of various lands in Leinster, Ulster, Munster, Connacht, and Louth. Indexes. Gold-blocked maroon boards, in dw. The book and the dw are in good condition, but the pocket in the rear board for a map is empty. 30.00


20547. Van Hamel, A.G. editor: Lebor Bretnach The Irish Version of the Historia Brittonum ascribed to Nennius

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1941. edited from all the Manuscripts. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxxix + 98 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy boards. In very good condition. Apart from the introduction the text is, of course, Latin. The text of Liber Bretnach survives in five MSS. The present edition is based on the complete material afforded by the MSS. 55.00


20548. Walsh, Micheline: Spanish Knights of Irish Origin Documents from Continental Archives. Vol. 1.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1960. 25 x 15.5 cm. xx +193 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy boards, in a slightly worn dustwrapper, In very good condition. Apart from the introduction the text is in Spanish. The first record of an Irishman being admitted to Knighthood in Spain is in 1607. Candidates had to present their genealogy among other material and a report was prepared for the Council of Knights. A scarce vol. 100.00


20553. White, Newport B.: Irish Monastic and Episcopal Deeds A.D. 1200-1600. transcribed from the Originals Preserved at Kilkenny Castle.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1936. 25 x 15.5 cm.xxxi + 368 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. Apart from the preface the text is largely Latin with some English. 60.00


20544. White, Newport B. editor: "Registrum Diocesis Dublinensis. A Sixteenth Century Dublin Precedent Book

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1959. 25 x 15.5 cm. viii+101 pp., in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards,very good. Apart from the introduction the text is in Latin.. 45.00


20554. White, Newport B. editor: Extents of Irish Monastic Possessions 1540-1541 From Manuscripts in the Public Record Office London

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1943. 25 x 15.5 cm. xii + 453 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. The text is in English. Covers Counties, Dublin, Carlow, Cork, Kildare, Kilkenny, Limerick, Louth, Meath & Westmeath, Tipperary, Waterford, and Wexford. Scarce. 100.00


20545. White, Newport B. editor: The Red Book of Ormond.

Dublin: Stationery Office (for the Irish Manuscript Commission),1932. 25 x 15.5 cm. xii + 184 pp. in gold-blocked burgundy cloth boards. In very good condition. Apart from the preface the text is, of course, Latin. "From the Fourteeth -Century original preserved at Kilkenny Castle with missing portions supplied from the Fifteenth-Century Transcript in the Bodleian Library." 55.00


20572. White, Newport B. with introduction by Aubrey Gwynn: The Dignitas Decani' of St Patrick's Cathedral Dublin.

Dublin: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann Irish Manuscripts Commission 1954. 25 x 15.5 cm. xxvii+205 pp. light tan card covers. In very good condition. Dignitas Decani' is the name given to a collection of charters and other documents relating to the history of St Patrick's Cathedral and the rights and customs of dean and chapter. Texts largely in Latin. Scarce 70.00

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