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18132. Fitzgerald, Brian, editor: Correspondence of Emily, Duchess of Leinster (1731-1814). Vol. I Letters of Emily, Duchess of Leinster, James, first Duke of Leinster, Caroline Fox, Lady Holland.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission,1949. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xv + 593 pp. 24 x 16 cm. Index. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards, almost as new. No dw. Letters to and from James Duke of Leinster, and Letters from Lady Caroline Fox, afterwards Lady Holland, to Emily, Duchess of Leinster. Four Illustrations are called for, but none is present: a not unusual feature of IMC publications of this period. Unpackaged weight 1,250g. 95.00


18133. Fitzgerald, Brian, editor: Correspondence of Emily, Duchess of Leinster (1731-1814). Vol. II Letters of Lord Edward Fitzgerald and Lady Sarah Napier (nee Lennox).

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1953. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xv + 369 pp. 25.5 x 15 cm. Four Illustrations. Index. Gold-blocked orange boards, in very good condition: almost as new. No dw. Letters of Lord Edward FitzGerald, and Letters of Lady Sarah Lennox, afterwards Lady Sarah Napier. Unpackaged weight 900g. 95.00


18131. Fitzgerald, Brian, editor: Correspondence of Emily, Duchess of Leinster (1731-1814). Vol. III Letters of Lady Louisa Conolly and William, Marquis of Kildare (2nd Duke of Leinster)

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1957. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. xiii + 578 pp. 24 x 16 cm. 5 Illustrations. Index. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards, in very good condition: almost as new, in very good dw. Letters of Lady Louisa Conolly and William, Marquis of Kildare (2nd Duke of Leinster). Unpackaged weight 1,400g. 95.00


11898. Mac Giolla Choille, Brendan: Books of Survey and Distribution Being Abstracts of Various Surveys and Instruments of Title, 1636 - 1703. Volume III County of Galway.

Dublin: The Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1962. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. First edition. lxvii + 357 pp. 28 x 40 cm. One of the great achievements of the Irish Manuscripts Commission. Index of Persons. Gold-blocked maroon cloth covered boards. A small old water stain affects the half-title, title page, and first few pages at the bottom right corner, otherwise in very good condition. The title page calls for a copy of the Map of the County from Petty's Atlas of 1683, but he map has never been bound into this copy: a not unusual feature of IMC publications of this period. Scarce. This is a heavy book, weighing just over 3,000g, and additional postage will be required. 100.00


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

Dublin: Stationery Office for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1962. Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na hEireann. 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


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 Stationary 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. 60.00


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

Dublin: The Stationary 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. 160.00


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 Stationary 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. 160.00


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 Stationary 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 Stationary 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 Stationary 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. 170.00


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 Stationary 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. 175.00


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

Dublin: The Stationary 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. 150.00


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. 150.00


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

Dublin: The Stationary 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. 150.00

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