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10377. All Hallows College: All Hallows Annual 1989-92 volume 45.

Dublin: All Hallows College 1992. 208 pp. illustrated, soft covers, this issue is devoted almost entirely to the late Father Kevin Condon who edited this Annual for some 40 years. All Hallows is an Irish Vincentian College. 8.00


6999. Economic and Social History Society of Ireland: Irish Economic and Social History Vol. III (1976)

Dublin: Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, 1976. The Journal of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland. 22.5 x 16 cm. 97 pp. articles include, A case study of population change over two centuries; Blaris Lisburn 1661-1848, the 1822 settlement of the Donegall estates, the Irish agricultural depression of 1859-64 and Griffith on his noble head: the determinants of Cumann na nGaedheal economic policy 1922-32 15.00


12587. Economic and Social History Society of Ireland: Irish Economic and Social History Vol. XXXII 2005.

Dublin: Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, 2005. The Journal of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland. 22.5 x 16 cm. v+208pp. softcovers, in very good condition. Articles include, Public Attitudes to Prostitution in Eighteenth Century Ireland, Irish Constabulary Officers 1837-1922 Profile of a Professional Elite, The Irish Land Purchase and ASEttlement Company and the attempted Migration Scheme to Kilcloony in the 1888's, and Cogging Berkeley? The Querist and the Rhetoric of Fianna Fail's Economic Policy. 15.00


6261. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 3 No 1, November 1977.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1977. 42 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: A.J. Malley on The Recording and Study of Field Names; Brian Lacy on Irish Genealogies and Local History; R.S.J Clarke on The Copying of Gravestone Inscriptions; and Brian Turner on Regional Museums. Very good, in card covers. 5.00


10251. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 4 No 1, Winter 1978.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1978. 55 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: Dr James MacDevitt and 'The Donegal Highlands, W.H. Crawford Sources for the Ulster Town in PRONI; Dr Noel Kissane National Library and Local Studies; Photographic Resources and the Local Historian; Recording and Publication of Gravestone Inscriptions. Very good, in pictorial glazed covers. 5.00


10252. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 4 No 2, Summer 1979.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1979. 51 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: Kathleen Neill The Ulster Historical Foundation; Irish Literature and Irish History; Dr Brian Lacy The Archaeology of Clap Pipes; Cahal Dallat Teaching of Local History in Post-Primary Schools in NI. Very good, in pictorial glazed covers. 5.00


10253. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 5 No 1, Winter 1979.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1979. 52 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: John Magee Irish History Understanding or Disruption? Peter Woodman Stone and Flint Implements; Shirley's History of Monaghan; and Anne Murray, Trails. Very good, in pictorial covers. 5.00


10254. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 6 No 2, Summer 1981.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1981. 45 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: Ann Hamlin Field Archaeology; Nick Brannon Urban Archaeology; John de Courcy Ireland Ulster Seamen in the Confederate Navy; George McBride Teaching History in NI Schools; and HC Patterson Rights of Way. Very good, in pictorial glazed covers. 5.00


10256. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 8 No 1, Winter 1982.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1982. 44 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: Professor R.H. Buchanan The Cooley Peninsula; R.G. Haworth John Bell of Dungannon; M.J.D. Brand The Ordnance Survey; Herb Silverman The Ulster Museum; President Grant in Ireland; An Ulster Doctor (James Johnston Abraham) in the Balkans; Sources - Orange Order; and Linda Ballard Oral History Society. In pictorial glazed covers. An area of coloured glaze has been lifted off the front cover, towards the spine. 5.00


10257. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 9, No 20, Summer 1985.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1985. pp. 105-152. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: Seamus Heaney The Sense of the Past; Anne Tannahill Publishing; Alan Gailey, The Statistical Surveys of Maurice Collis; and J.D. Williams Rates on Tory Island. Very good, in pictorial covers. 5.00


10258. Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of The Federation for Ulster Local Studies Volume 9, No 22, Summer 1986.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1986. pp. 201-248. 21 x 14.5 cm. Articles include: Patrick Loughrey Communal Identity in NI; Richard Oram Changing Tradition in Ulster Buildings; Cahal Dallat The Federation Ten Years On; Lynn McFetridge Libraries and Local History Collections in NI; Douglas D.P. Carson A Worthy Citizen (Sir Edward Porter Cowan). Very good, in pictorial covers. 5.00


6930. Fifth Estate Co-operative: Fifth Estate, Numbers 1 and 2.

Coleraine: Fifth Estate Co-operative, 1979. 48 pp. and 46 pp. 21 x 15 cm. "Topics within, and of relevance to, the historical and social sciences". Articles by staff of the New University of Ulster at Coleraine. Includes Terry O'Keefe on the Maynooth Affair. Both mint, in card covers. 25 the pair. 25.00


10609. Institute of Irish Studies: The Irish Review No. 16 Autumn / Winter 1994.

Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies The Queens University of Belfast,1994. Defining Borders Colony - City - Region. 153 pp. soft covers, in very good condition. 5.00


10111. International Police Association Northern Ireland: Ulsterview International Police Association Northern Ireland ( No 2 Region ).

Belfast: Vol 3 no. 3 August 1967 to Vol 4 no. 2 May 1968. 24 by 18.5 cms. Four issues of this Journal, Vol 3 no.3 Aug. 1967, 53 pp. illus. , Vol 3 no. 4, Nov. 1967, 46 pp. illus. Vol 4 no. 1 Feb. 1968, 55 pp. illus. and Vol 4 no. 2 May 1968, 84 pp. illus. Articles include A History of the Police in Ireland 1787-1921, four parts, reducing road accidents, property in custody, women's beat, civil aviation police, the Garda Club, news, events, etc. The Journal started in 1964, these issues are just before the start of the Troubles, when civil policing was normal, but about to be subsumed in civil unrest and terrorism. Rusty staples otherwise in good condition. 23.00


10671. Irish Journal of Feminist Studies: Irish Journal of Feminist Studies Volume Five Issues One and Two.

Cork University Press 2003. 155 pp. softcovers, in very good condition. Articles, new research in Irish feminism, and reviews. 10.00


6551. Irish Labour History Society: Saothar 8 Journal of the Irish Labour History Society.

Dublin: Irish Labour History Society, 1982. 146 pp. Illustrated. Articles include Irish Migrant Agricultural Labourers in nineteenth-century Lincolnshire, Irish Workers in the Twentieth-Century United States, the case of the Transport Workers Union, Church and Class, and Irish Australian Labour Loyalties in the 1955 split. Very good condition in card covers. 15.00


6550. Irish Labour History Society: Saothar 9 Journal of the Irish Labour History Society.

Dublin: Irish Labour History Society, 1983. 146 pp. Articles include Life and Labour in three Irish Mining communities c1840, The Engineers' Strike Inchicore Railway Works 1902, Organised Labour and the Suffrage Movement, and William O'Brien Irish Labour leader. In very good condition, near fine, in card covers. 15.00


6971. Irish Slavists' Association: Irish Slavonic Studies No 3. 1982.

Belfast: Irish Slavists' Association, 1982. The Journal of the Irish Slavists' Association. 20.5 by 14 cms. 145 pp. Articles include, Tyutchev in the 1820s-1840s, Boborykin and his History of the European Novel, Pasternak and the Georgians, Pr. V.V. Golitsyn and others. In good condition. 8.00


14106. Irish Slavists' Association: Irish Slavonic Studies No 5. 1984. Irish-Russian Contacts.

Belfast: Irish Slavists' Association, 1984. The Journal of the Irish Slavists' Association. 20.5 by 14 cms. 145 pp. Articles include, Peter the Great in Ireland, Irishmen in Russian Service, Russia and the Fenian Lesson, From the Davitt Papers, Litvinov in Belfast, Soviet Russia & Irish Revolution, Russian Attitudes to Joyce, Shaw and the USSR, Paul Nietsche, Soviet Attitudes to Northern Ireland Celtic Studis in the USSR, and others. Showing some wear, a fair copy. 12.00


14228. Irish Slavists' Association: Irish Slavonic Studies No 6. 1985.

Belfast: Irish Slavists' Association 1985. The Journal of the Irish Slavists' Association. 20.5 by 14 cms. 230pp. Articles include, Engineer in Russian and Polish, Chronology in Pushkin's Pikovaya dama, the function of Architectural Imagery in Akhmatova's poetry, Verbal Carnival: Bakhtin, Rabelais, Finnegans Wake and the Growthesk, The Socialist Realist Perspective, The Use and Abuse of Administrative Exile to Siberia, Land Reclamation in Soviet Central Asia. In very good condition. 10.00


17130. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol. XVIII Winter 1992 No.74. Index Vols I-XVIII (1949-1992)

Dublin: Military History Society of Ireland, 1992. 96 pp. 24.5 x 17.5 cm. Index Vols I - XVIII (1949- 1992). Author index. Subject index. Editors and editorial committees. Bibliographical note. Etc. Printed matt card covers. In very good condition. 25.00


17129. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVII 1990 No. 69.

Dublin: Military History Society of Ireland, 1990. 225-300 pp. Articles include: Twelfth- and thirteenth-century earthwork fortifications in Ireland; Attitudes in Ireland towards the survivors of the Spanish Armada; General James Hogan: a forgotten American Hero: The Garryowen Boys; Preserving the peace in Ireland: the role of military forces, 1815-45; The 16th Irish Division on 21 March 1918: fight or flight?; and others. Eleven illustrations, including maps and plans. Printed matt card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


6973. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol. VII, Winter 1966 No. 29.

Dublin: Military History Society of Ireland, 1966. vii + 277 - 364 pp. 25 x 18 cm. One illustration. 2 plates. Contents of Volume 7. List of Members 1966. Pictorial matt card covers, in very good condition. Articles include Pestilence in the Irish Wars, Slinging Engines, the Elizabethan Navy in Ireland, a Galley on the Shannon, the Volunteer Companies of Ulster 1778-93, The Easter Rising in Dublin, the Military aspects, the Last Years of Hugh O'Neill, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


16889. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland. Vol xvi, No 63.

Dublin: Military History Society of Ireland,1985. pp. 65-132. 24 x 18 cm. Articles on The Belfast blitz, Imperial Yeomanry Notes, Irishmen in the Stuart Navy 1660-1690, Terence Bellew McManus Fenian Precursor, Guns and Castle in Tipperary, A Drum of the Leitrim Militia, and Tyneside Irish Brigade. Twenty-two illustrations. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


16891. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol. XIX 1993-1994 The Emergency 1939-45.

Dublin: Military History Society of Ireland, 1994. 143 pp. 24 x 17 cm. Articles relate to Ireland's World War Two experience, and are the proceedings of a conference in 1992. Twenty-seven plates, Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


6948. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol II, Summer 1956 No. 8.

Dublin, 1956. 249-307 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Commodore John Barry, An Irish Regiment in Mexico 1768-71, The Clanwilliam Union Volunteers, Plans for Ulster Defence 1795-97, Irishmen in the 45, the French 88th Infantry Regiment, the French Invasion of 1798, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 25.00


6979. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol IX, Summer 1970 No. 36

Dublin, 1970. 161-248 pp. illustrated, paper covers, front cover has a light crease, otherwise in very good condition. Articles include, Robert Emmet's Rockets, General Dumouriez and Irish Defence, Troop movements in the Irish Sea, an Irish Ensign in Spain 1710-13, Military Music, Arthur McMahon United Irishman and French Soldier, Volunteer Horsemanship, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6978. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol IX, Winter 1969 No. 35.

Dublin, 1969. 81-158pp. illustrated, paper covers, covers dusty, minor small staining, in fair condition. Articles include, the Hispano-Papal landing at Smerwick, officer in charge of elephants, General Dumouriez and Irish Defence, Marlborough's Seige of Cork 1690, the Irish Horse Regiments of the Eighteenth century, the Last Years of Hugh O'Neill, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6967. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol VI, Winter 1964 No. 25.

Dublin, 1964. viii+221-312 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, the Seige of Derry, some Irish Officers in Spanish Louisiana, Pardon for a Tory, Thomas Parke, Surgeon and Explorer, Two Military Medals by William Mossop, the Dublin Fusiliers, Thomas Charles Wright, where was Obemdub, the Irish Legion, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6968. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol VII, Summer 1965 No. 26.

Dublin, 1965. 1-88 pp. illustrated, paper covers, some wear but generally in good condition. Articles include, a Colour of the Fighting Sixty-Ninth, the Sixty-Ninth Regiment at Bull Run, the Last Years of Hugh O'Neill, the Lucky Colonel, Notes on the History of Haulbowline, the Case of Roger Alleyne, the Spanish Expedition to Ireland, Mercenaires Irlandais au Service de la France 1635-1664, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6972. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol VII, Summer 1966 No. 28.

Dublin, 1966. 181-276 pp. illustrated, paper covers, minor wear but generally in good condition. Articles include, Leopold O'Donnell and the Spanish -Moroccan Campaign 1859-60, the Glencolmcille tradition of Prince Charles Edward, the Volunteer Companies of Ulster 1778-93, Coote and Lally, Price's Raid, Irish Volunteer glass and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6976. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol VIII, Summer 1968 No. 32.

Dublin, 1968. 77-156 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, the Cathach, Battle Book of the O'Donnells, Thomas MacDonagh's role in the Plans for the 1916 Rising, the Battle of Fochart the Volunteer Companies of Ulster 1778-93, the Hibernia Regiment of the Spanish Army, the Last Years of Hugh O'Neill, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6977. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol VIII, Winter 1968 No. 33.

Dublin, 1968. 245-332 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, the Fenian Rising in Cork, the Journal of Capt. Joseph Bull, Dilemma at Kilalla, Irish Recipients for rewards for Bravery in the US armed forces 1863-1963, John Nicholson in the Indian Mutiny, Naval activity on Lough Neagh 1558-1603, the Last Years of Hugh O'Neill, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6981. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol X, Summer 1971 No. 38.

Dublin, 1971. 1-75 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Irish Generals and Spanish Politics under Ferdinand VII, Schomberg at Dundalk 1689, the Military Organisation of the Canadian Fenians 1866-70, Athlone in the Civil War 1641-52, the Dublin Fusiliers, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 18.00


6984. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol X, Winter 1972 No. 41.

Dublin, 1972. 177-232 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, an appreciation: General Sir Eric de Burgh, castles and their place in Irish history, An Irish Gunner on the Upper Mississippi, Francis Thurot and the French attack on Carrickfergus 1759-60, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 15.00


6987. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XI, Summer 1974 No. 44.

Dublin, 1974. 57-144 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Irish Polish correspondence in 1850 and 1855, Irish Soldiers in the Great War, Baron Gottfried von Banfield, Wolfe Tone the last phase, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 15.00


6986. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XI, Winter 1973 No. 43.

Dublin, 1973. 57-144 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, General O'Leary and South America, an Army on Police Work, the Seige of Flushing, John Barnwell and Colonial South Carolina and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 15.00


6988. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XI, Winter 1974 No. 45.

Dublin, 1974. 201-272 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, the Irish Transvaal Brigades, Cromwell at Drogheda, Campo Santo, the darkling plain, 1743, a proposed Irish Regiment and Standard 1796, Military Music 1691, the Shannonbridge Fortifications, two galleys on the Shannon 1571, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 15.00


6989. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XII Summer 1975 No. 46

Dublin, 1975. 1-80 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Galway and the Jacobite War, Irish Privateers 1692, Notes on the Volunteers, Militia, Orangemen, and Yeomanry of Co. Roscommon, the Ultonia Regiment of the Spanish Army, Baldearg O'Donnell abroad and the French design in Catalonia 1688-97, a military history of Killiney Bay, and others. This excellent periodical was founded to study the history of warfare in Ireland and of Irishmen at war. 15.00


7004. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XII Winter 1975 No. 47.

Dublin, 1975. 81-164 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, prof. G.A. Hayes McCoy, 25 years of Irish Military History, Warfare in the Medieval Gaelic Lordships, Baldearg O'Donnell abroad and the French design in Catalonia 1688-97, Irish recruits for the Emperor of Brazil, and others. 15.00


7006. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XII Winter 1976 No. 49.

Dublin, 1976. 261-336 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Alfred Aylward, a Fenian in South Africa, Captain Bernard Hamilton Burke, Native Irish Arms and Armour in Medieval Gaelic Literature 1170-1600, Ireland in French Strategy 1776-83, the Tullamore Incident 1806, and others. 15.00


7008. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XIII Summer and Winter 1978 and Summer 1979 No. 52.

Dublin, 1979. 181-279 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Commemorative Issue the Volunteers of 1778. Articles include, Volunteer Portraits in the Ulster Museum, The Volunteers as a Military Force, the Volunteer Movement and the Government 1778-93, Biographical Dictionary of Engineers in Ireland 1660-1730, and others. 15.00


7009. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XIII Winter 1979 No. 53.

Dublin, 1979. 281-387 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Commemorative Issue the Volunteers of 1778. Articles include, Capt. Morgan O'Connell of the Hussar Guards of the Irish Legion, Biographical Dictionary of Engineers in Ireland 1660-1730, a Proposed Fleet on the Shannon for the Williamites, Maurice Moore and the National Volunteers, Charles Fort Kinsale, Ireland and the Jacobite Rising of 1745, the Expedition to Rhe, 1627 and others. 15.00


7010. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XIV Summer 1980 No. 54.

Dublin, 1980. 1-116 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, A Soldier of the Regiment of Walsh, 1778, Seventeenth Century Fortifications, Forts and Garrisons in Ireland, the Phoenix conspiracy, James Hope, 1754-1847, United Irishman, Henderson Wightman R.N. 1810-16, the Confederate states at sea in the American Civil War: the Irish contribution, English Military and Diplomatic responses to the Flight of the Earls1607-08, and others. 15.00


7011. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XIV Winter 1980 No. 55.

Dublin, 1980. 117- 202 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Major General Ross and the burning of Washington, the attractions of Uniform 1778, Seventeenth Century Fortifications, Forts and Garrisons in Ireland, the Phoenix conspiracy, Lieu. Gen. Sir Robert Dillon 1754-1831, and others. 15.00


7016. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XV Winter 1983 No. 61.

Dublin, 1983. 145-216 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, an Irish letter of Marque, 1648, French Engineers with the Jacobite Army in Ireland 1689-91, the Infantry of the Confederate Leinster Army 1642-47, Walsh's Regiment in Cochin-China: a myth, the O'Bryne family in the Army of Saxony, two Irish officersand the campaign to relieve Vienna, 1683, the Liverpool Irish Volunteers in World War 2, more light on the Irish in the service of Imperial Austria, and others. 15.00


17128. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVI mWinter 1986 No. 65.

Dublin: Military History Society of Ireland, 1986. 245-352 pp. 24 x 18 cm. Articles include: The Battle of Ridgeway, 2 June 1866; Kilrush, Co. Clare and the Royal Munster Fusiliers: the experience of an Irish town in the First World War; A Shako of the South Down Militia; Fitzjames's Horse in the '45; James Connolly, the German Empire and the Great War; Connolly Commemoration, Jarama, 1937; The Royal Irish Artillery, 1756-1801; and others. Includes an 8 pp loosely-inserted index of contents of vol.xvi. Eight illustrations, some in colour. Printed matt card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


7018. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVI Summer 1986 No. 64

Dublin, 1986. 133-244pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Col. Henry, Eighth Viscount Dillon of Costello-Gallen, Ginkel's Gunboats, Aspects of the Military History of the Anglo Invasion of Ireland 1169-1225, Conflict and Tragedy in Napoleon's Irish Legion, the Corbet/Sweeny affair, New light on the background to the Irish Participation in the Papal Army of 1860, Class and the Irish Volunteers, the Victoria Cross a Register of Awards to Irish born Officers and Men, Queries against General Kirke,and others. 15.00


7017. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVI 1984 No. 62.

Dublin, 1984. 1-64pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Some Documents relating to the involvement of the Irish Brigade in the Rebellion of 1745, Irish soldiers in South America, 1818-30, Louis Sherlock in Rome 1797, the Assassination of Wallenstein, 1634, Sean MacBride and the Republican Motor Launch St. George,and others. 15.00


7020. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVII Summer 1987 No. 66.

Dublin, 1987. 1-72 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Field Marshal Francis Maurice Lacy, 1725-1801, Michael Kelly's Reminiscences, the Wild Goose tradition, the 10th (Irish) Division 1914-15, Michael Corcoran and the formation of his Irish Legion, the London Irish Rifles,a Coatee of the Trinity College Yeomanry, Recruiting for the British Army in Ireland during the First World War, and others. 15.00


7021. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVII Winter 1987 Summer 1988 No. 67.

Dublin, 1988. 73-144 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, a Soldier of the Regiment of Lee, 1698, the Anne of Dublin: a Sixteenth Century Man of War, Michael Doheny Young Irelander and Fenian, Sir Lawrence Parsons and the Raising of the 16th (Irish) Division, 1914-15, Inishbofin the Ultimate Stronghold, the Kildare Rifles 1855-81, Conflicting loyalties, Irish Regiments in the Imperial service 1689-1710, Some Franco-Irish Naval Officers, and others. 15.00


7022. Military History Society of Ireland: The Irish Sword, The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland Vol XVII 1989 No. 68.

Dublin, 1989. 145-224 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, the Sixty-Ninth regiment of New York, William Lawless and the defence of Flushing, an Irish Battalion at War: from the letters of Capt. J.H.M. Standiforth, 7th Leinsters 1914-18, the R.A.F. and Ireland 1920-22, Wild Geese in Spanish Flanders: the first generation 1586-1610, Irish in the Portugese Navy, and others. 15.00


2269. New Ireland Society: New Ireland Vol.1, No.1.

Belfast: New Ireland Society, 1963. 60pp. 22 x 14 cm. Illustrated. The first issue of the magazine of the New Ireland Society. Good, in card covers. Articles by Michael J. Bradley, Denis Ireland, C.E.B. Brett,John Duffy, W.R.Gray, James White, Erskine Childers, Brian Friel and others. 20.00


7562. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 26 1997.

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 1997. 21 by 15 cms. 50 pp. paper covers, 0wners name on first page otherwise in very good condition. Articles include The Church in Celtic Ireland: its life and legacy, Presbyterians and the Confessional State: the Sacramental Test as an issue in Irish Politics, two letters of Henry Cooke and a select list of writings relating to Irish Presbyterianism 1996. 5.00


7066. Royal Society of Antiquaries in Ireland: The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Part II. 2nd Quarter 1893.

Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co. 1905. 123-236 pp. 26 x 16 cm. Illustrated, paper covers, front and rear covers gone, front page bit dusty, paper spine gone, in overall fair condition. Articles include, Incumbents of Killadreenan and Archdeacons of Glendalough in the Fifteenth Century, Irish stone axes and chisels, Anglo-Norman Castles of Co. Down, Killaloe its ancient Palaces and Cathedral, the Geraldine's Throw, and others. This Society was founded in 1849 to preserve, examine and illustrate the Ancient Monuments of the History, Language, Arts, Manners and Customs of the past as connected with Ireland, and became the R.S.A.I. in 1890. 12.00


7061. Royal Society of Antiquaries in Ireland: The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Series Seven Vol. Eight Vol. LXVIII. Part II. 31 December 1938

Dublin: Hodges Figgis & Co. 1938. 189-327 pp. 26 x 16 cm. Illustrated, paper covers, front cover a bit chipped and dusty, in overall good condition. Articles include, Our Place Names, the Antiquarian remains of Inisheer, Aran, the Priory of St John at Nenagh, Some Christian Cross-Slabs in Co. Donegal and Antrim, old House types in Oighreacht Ui Chonchubhair, the territory and People of Tethba, and others. This Society was founded in 1849 to preserve, examine and illustrate the Ancient Monuments of the History, Language, Arts, Manners and Customs of the past as connected with Ireland, and became the R.S.A.I. in 1890. 12.00


7067. Royal Society of Antiquaries in Ireland: The Programme of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 47th Yearly Session 28th Sept 1896.

Dublin: 1896. 31 pp. 25 x 16 cm. Illustrated, paper covers, front page bit dusty, in overall fair/good condition. Includes the excursions programme with a descriptive sketch of Dalkey, Killiney, Lucan and Leixlip. Scarce and fragile. This Society was founded in 1849 to preserve, examine and illustrate the Ancient Monuments of the History, Language, Arts, Manners and Customs of the past as connected with Ireland, and became the R.S.A.I. in 1890. 12.00


10478. Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland: Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Vol. 114, 1984.

Dublin: Royal Society of Antiquaries in Ireland 1984. 160 pp. 24.5 x 18.5 cm. Illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition, almost as new. Articles include, Women's Donations to the Churches in Early Ireland, an early 19th Century Description of Newgrange, Number and Symbol in Early Christian Irish Art, An early Anglo-Norman Castle at Ballyderowen, Co. Cork, Two Sculptural Fragments from Clonmacnois, Grouped Standing Stones, Radial Stone Cairns and Enclosures in the south of Ireland, A contribution to the study of Cultivation Ridges in Ireland, Irish Cresset Stones, More about later Excise Marks on some Irish and English Wallpapers, A Survey of the Royal Site of Cruachain in Connacht, The Cap of St. Lachtin's Arm. This Society was founded in 1849 to preserve, examine and illustrate the Ancient Monuments of the History, Language, Arts, Manners and Customs of the past as connected with Ireland, and became the R.S.A.I. in 1890. 8.00


10479. Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland: Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland Vol. 116, 1986.

Dublin: Royal Society of Antiquaries in Ireland 1986. 132 pp. 24.5 x 18.5 cm. Illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition, almost as new. Articles include, The Social Role of Relics and Reliquaries in Ancient Ireland, The School of Ornament of the Dublin Society in the 18th Century, Irish High Crosses Some Evidence from the Plainer Examples, Approaches to Passage Tomb Art, Bronze Age Class A Cauldrons: Typology, Origins and Chronology, A Panel on the North Cross at Clonmacnois, a Lost Zoomorphic Penannular Brooch from Kells County Meath. This Society was founded in 1849 to preserve, examine and illustrate the Ancient Monuments of the History, Language, Arts, Manners and Customs of the past as connected with Ireland, and became the R.S.A.I. in 1890. 8.00


7365. Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland. Eighty-fourth session. Part CV. Vol. XVII October 1931

Dublin: Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1931 24.5 x 15.5 cms. pp. iv+53+xii. Blue paper covers. In very good condition. Contents include, list of members and corresponding societies, An analysis of the National Finance of the Irish Free State, Legal aid for poor persons, The currency system of The Irish Free State, Winter Dairying, Factory Inspection. The Society was founded in 1847. 12.00


7364. Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland.Twenty-fifth Session. Part XLI February 1872.

Dublin: Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1872. 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. 47-104. Blue paper covers. Some staining to covers otherwise good. Contents include, opening address, report of the Council, On the Landlord and Tenant Act, On the practability of codifying English law, Suggestions for the extension of the Jurisdiction of the Civil Bill and Quarter Sessions Courts in Ireland. 15.00


18437. The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions: Ulster Folklife Volume 3 part 1.

Belfast: The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions, 1957. 80 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 3 figures. Pictorial matt card covers. Covers a little dusty / stained, otherwise in good condition. Articles include: A Tyrone Miscellany, Stapple Thatch, Sources for Townland History, The Ulster Farmhouse A comparative Study, Folklore and Tradition in Glenvar, Folklore from County Antrim, The People and their Songs, The Folklore of the Black Pig's Dyke, etc. 10.00


18440. The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions: Ulster Folklife, Volume 4.

Belfast: The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions,1958. 80 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 4 plates. 2 figures. 2maps. Pictorial matt card covers. Covers a bit dusty otherwise in good condition. Articles include: Ulster as a Distinct Dialect Area, Bread, The Ulster Landscape, Old Lord Erin's Son: a Tyrone Folktale, A Century of Life in County Down, Surviving Openfield in County Londonderry, The Combination of Seafaring and Farming, The Blacksmith's Craft, etc. 12.00


18436. The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions: Ulster Folklife, Volume 5.

Belfast: The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions, 1959. 72 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 3 figures. 3 maps. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: A Pennsylvania Folk Festival, Aspects of Change in a Rural Community, Some Notes on minor Place-Names in the Glenark District, The Sources of Ulster Folksong, Changes in Settlement and Population in Northern Ireland 1835-1860, The Ulster Folk Museum Collection, etc. 12.00


18435. The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions: Ulster Folklife, Volume 6.

Belfast: The Committee on Ulster Folk Life and Traditions, 1960, 75 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 2 figure. 9 tables. Pictorial matt card covers, in very good condition. Articles include: Childhood Memories of County Antrim, The Drift from the Land, Housing and House types in County Armagh, Hallow'een Customs in Lecale Couny Down, etc. 12.00


18438. The Committee on Ulster Folklife and Traditions: Ulster Folklife (Volume 1).

Belfast: The Committee on Ulster Folklife and Traditions, 1955. 56 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 6 plates. 1 figure. Pictorial matt card covers. Covers a little dusty / stained, otherwise in good condition. Articles include: The Legends of Place-Names, The Study of Folklore, The Ulster Farmhouse, The Ordnance Survey Records, Notes on the Parish of Carnmoney, Harvest Knots and Brigid's Crosses, A Folklore Collector in County Down, The People of the Forths, Some Primative forms of Land Transport used in Northern Ireland, etc. The scarce first issue. 15.00


13865. The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland: Irish Economic and Social History, The Journal of The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland.

Dublin: The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland Vol. 32, 2005. v+208 pp. 23 x 16.5 cm. Articles include: Public attitudes to prostitution in eighteenth-century Ireland; Constabulary Officers 1837-1922 Profile of a professional elite; The Irish Land Purchase and Settlement Company and the attempted migration acheme to Kilcoony in the 1880's; Cogging Berkeley? The Querist and the rhetoric of Fianna Fail's economic policy. Glazed card covers. In very good condition. 10.00


15911. The Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Seasonal Customs A Publication of the Federation of Local Studies. Volume 10 Number 2 Winter 1988.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1988. 71 pp. 20.5 x 15.5 cm. Six illustrations. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. A useful study. 10.00


17799. The Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of the Federation for Ulster Local Studies.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1993. Volume 15, Number 2. 92 pp. 21 x 15.5 cm. An important local history journal. Articles include Pre-reformation Pilgrimages to St Patrick's Purgatory; Ulster Families on the Continent; The Northern Dioceses and the Irish College of Alcala, Spain; Magnus Barelegs; and Fermanagh and the Continent in the Eighteenth Century. Glazed pictorial card covers. In very good condition. 10.00


12876. The Federation for Ulster Local Studies: Ulster Local Studies Journal of the Federation for Ulster Local Studies.

Belfast: The Federation for Ulster Local Studies, 1993. Volume 15, Number 2. 92 pp. 21 x 15.5 cm. An important local history journal. Articles include Pre-reformation Pilgrimages to St Patrick's Purgatory; Ulster Families on the Continent; The Northern Dioceses and the Irish College of Alcala, Spain; Magnus Barelegs; and Fermanagh and the Continent in the Eighteenth Century. Glazed pictorial card covers. In very good condition. 10.00


13580. The Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland.: The Journal of Irish Archaeology Vol. XII and XIII 200302004.

Dublin:The Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland 2011. 29.5 by 21 cms. Edited by Conor Newman. 137 pp. illustrated, plans, maps, diagrams. In stiff card covers. Articles include, A neolithic house at Kisoge Co. Dublin, In the eye of the beholder: some factors affecting the recording of context for Irish halberds, Stave-built wooden vessels from medieval Ireland, Lapidus in igne calefactis coquebatur: the historical burnt mound tradition, Diversity in Viking age horse burial: a comparative study of Norway, Iceland, Scotland and Ireland, artefact biography as an approach to material culture: Irish gravestones as a material form of genealogy. In very good condition, almost as new. 23.00


13579. The Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland.: The Journal of Irish Archaeology Vol. XIX 2010.

Dublin:The Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland 2011. 29.5 by 21 cms. Edited by J.P. Mallory.133 pp. illustrated, plans, maps, diagrams. In stiff card covers. Articles include, open air rock art at Loughcrew, Druid's altars Carrowmore and the birth of Irish archaeology, Reconsidering early medieval seascapes: new insights from Inis Airc Co. Galway, Settlement and economy of an early medieval site in the vicinity of two newly discovered enclosures near the Carlow / Kildare border, Altars in Ireland 1050-1200 a Survey, Between the sea and the land Coastal Limestone quarries on the Hook penisula Co. Wexford. In very good condition, almost as new. 23.00


18654. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Sixteenth Session 1962-1963.

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963. Volume XXI, Part I. 207 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. Articles include: "Analysis of Human Fertility in Northern Ireland", "The Personal Wealth of Northern Ireland", "Trends in Agricultural Development in Europe and Ireland", "Some Aspects of Inland Transport", "The Youth Employment Service", "Health Services A Critical Appraisal", "Sources of Monetary Supply in Ireland", and "Capital in Irish Industry". Matt card covers. In very good condition 10.00


18655. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Twentieth Sixteenth Session 1962-1963.

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1966. Volume XXI, Part V. 179 pp. Articles include: "Agricultural Developments in Ireland, North and South", "Symposium on Science and Irish Economic Deveolopment", "Air Pollution and Bronchitis in Belfast 1961/65", "A Study of the Social Background of Students in University College Dublin", "Road Freight Transport in Ireland", "Collective Bargaining and Industrial Disputes in Ireland", "Stuttering-Poisson Distributions". Matt card covers. In very good condition. 10.00


18657. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Twenty-second Session 1968-1969.

Dublin: 1968. Volume XXII Part I. 202pp. light blue card covers, covers detached otherwise in very good condition. Articles include, "Quantitive Planning and Decision Making Techniques", "Living in a New Community", "Future Social Research in Ireland", "Research into Management atitudes and Behaviour ", "Growth of Labour Productivity in Irish Manufacturing 1953-1967" "A Cost Benfit Evaluation of Irish Airlines". 10.00


18656. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Twenty-second Session 1968-1969.

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1968. Volume XXII, Part I. 202pp. Articles include: "Quantitive Planning and Decision Making Techniques", "Living in a New Community", "Future Social Research in Ireland", "Research into Management Atitudes and Behaviour ", "Growth of Labour Productivity in Irish Manufacturing 1953-1967", and "A Cost Benfit Evaluation of Irish Airlines". Matt card covers. In good condition. 10.00


18642. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland. 1847-1947 Centenary Volume With a History of the Society by R. D. Collison Black ... And Indexes to the Transactions of the Society.

Dublin: Eason & Sons,1947. x + 150 pp. 22 x14.5 cm. With Indexes to the Transactions of the Society. Frontispiece portrait, and 10 other portrait plates. Gold- and black- blocked red and green boards, in a dustwrapper. A compliments slip is loosely inserted. The lower right corner of page 41 was not cut properly and has been folded in the traditional way for such publishing faults. The dustwrapper spine is a bit faded, and there is a mark on the front cover where a label has been removed, otherwise in very good condition. The 19 biographical sketches are particulary useful. A scarce book. 50.00


18427. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 19.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1973. 92 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 8 plates. 14 figures. 1 map. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condition. Articles include: Language in Ulster 1820-1850, Ballads and the Law 1830-32, Traditional Houses of Rathlin Island, An Acccount of Life in late nineteenth century East Belfast, The Battle of Garvagh, The Church of Ireland Registers of St Patrick's Coleraine as a source for a study of a local pre-Famine population, Folktales and Traditions from County Cavan and South Armagh, The Rosses County Donegal in 1753-1754, The Flax Harvest, etc. 10.00


18426. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 20.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1974, 112 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 46 figures. Loosely-inserted Index for Volumes 11 - 20. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condition. Articles include: The 1851 Language Census in the north of Ireland, A Tree-Ring Chronology for the dating of Irish Post-medieval Timbers, Crowls and Runts, Talk of the Ten Towns by Francis Chambers, John Montague and "Ceol na mBreag", A House from Gloverstown Lismacloskey, House plans in Four Villages in County Down, The Ulster Press in the Eighteeth and Nineteenth Centuries, etc. 10.00


18425. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 21.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1975. 100 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 17 plates. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: Language Census Problems 1851-1911, A Sociolinguistic Study of Articlave Co. Londonderry, Fionn Mac Cumhail and the Scottish Giants, "The Christmas Rhime" Quilting, The Irish Harp Society, Irish folk-Song Recordings 1966-72 an index of tapes in the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Some Transport Survivals, etc. 15.00


18424. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 22.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1976, . 123 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 1 plate. 19 figures. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: Aspects of Monoglottism in Ulster, Down the Shankill,The Housing of the rural poor in Nineteenth Century Ulster, Axes Arrowheads and other Antiquities in Irish Folklore, Irish Settlement in Tyrone before the Ulster Plantation, etc. 15.00


18423. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 23.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1977. 123 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 12 plates. 21 figures. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: Local History and Folklore, The Case of John McNeelans of Shanoney 1773, Witches and Fairies, The Colonisation of the Maghera Region of South Derry, The Spread of Hedged Enclosure in Ulster, The Irish in mid-nineteenth century Ontario, etc. 10.00


6996. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 24.

Belfast, The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1978. 100 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 35 figures and plates. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condiion. Articles include: Some Ulster words describing Persons and Animals, Straw Harness in Ireland, Relations of Mutual Help between Ulster Farmers, Local Bird Names, Mummer's and Christmas Rhymer's Plays in Ireland: the Problem of Distribution, Patchwork Bedcovers, Irish Vernacular Boats and their European Connections, etc. 10.00


18420. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 25.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1979, 136 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 34 plates, figures, and maps. Pictorial semi matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: Vernacular Housing in Ulster in the seventeenth century, the bed outshot in Brittany, the Barrel Top wagon, Hiring fairs, Census figures in Ulster 1851-1911, etc. 15.00


18422. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 27.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1981, 91 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 33 plates, figures, maps, and musical scores. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, Tenant Housing in the Londonderry Plantation, Farmyard Forms and their distribution in Ireland, Mountainy Man, Two seventeenth Century houses in Linenhall st Derry, History and Origins of the Lambeg Drum, etc. 12.00


18519. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 31.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1985. 86 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 3 plates. 1 figure. 3 maps. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condition. Articles include: Folklife 1738-1740, Childbirth and child-care pre 1948, Farm Servants, Settle beds, Poetry of James Orr, From thatch to slate, Life in Glangevlin Cavan, Use of Oxen, etc. 15.00


18421. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 41.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1995. 86 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 29 plates and map. Pictorial semi matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, Cluan Place Belfast, Belfast's third Shipyard, Northern Ireland Provincial Press, J.F. Martin Racing Motor Cyclist, The fate of Lord Doneraile and his coachman, etc. 15.00


17819. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 42.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1996. 119 pp. 24 x 18.5 cm. 16 illustrations. Diagrams. Tables. Maps. Music. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. Tiny crease to the top right corner of the front cover, otherwise very good. Articles include: James Torbitt, the Belfast Potato Breeder; Orange Folk Art in Ireland; Black, Scarlet, Blue, Royal Arch Purple, or any other Colour; Priestly tales of Control and Charisma in Contemporary Irish Tradition; Tory Island - Habitat, Economy & Society; Ar Creig i Lar na Farraige, Traditions of Song from Tory Island; etc. 10.00


18430. The Ulster Folk Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 12.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk Museum, 1966. 119 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 22 plates. 12 figures. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: The Work and Words of Haymaking, Irish Embroidery and Lacemaking 1600-1800, Local Bird Names in Ulster: A Glossary part 2, Some Cruck Roof-Trusses in Ulster, Kinship and Land Tenure on Tory Island, Kitchen Furniture, Records of the Ballygawley Dispensary 1834-1851, Water powered Corn and Flax Scutching Mills in Ulster, The Navigation of Lough Erne, etc. 15.00


18439. The Ulster Folk Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 15 / 16. Studies in Folklife Presented to Emyr Estyn Evans.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk Museum, 1970,. 238 pp. 24 x 17 cm. Frontispiece portrait. 49 plates. 39 figures. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condition. Articles include: Language and Man in Ireland, Common Fields and Enclosure: an Eighteenth-Century Example from County Down, The Luck of the House, Building and Clay Thatch in Scotland, Irish Corn Drying Kilns, Thomas Percy in Ireland, Rural Population Changes in Nineteenth-Century Londonderry, Notes on the history of Turf as Fuel in Ireland to 1700. The House with Bedroom over Byre, The Corn Mill in Ulster, Katikati: an Ulster Settlement in New Zealand, Crwth a Thelyn, Irish Settlers in Alberta, Estyn Evans and the Development of the Ulster Folk Museum, etc. 15.00


18429. The Ulster Folk Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 17.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk Museum, 1971. 124 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 4 plates. 6 figures. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. Mark on front cover where a sticky label has been removed, and one name underlined, otherwise in good condition. Articles include: Local Bird Names in Ulster: some additions, The Origins of the Linen Industry, A demographic Study of Tory Island and Rathlin Ireland1841-1964, Population Changes in the Lower Roe Valley 1831-1861, The Early History of Brown Street Primary School, A Late Seventeenth century Farmhouse at Shantallow Part II, Folklife in the Primary School, Folklife in the Secondary School, etc. 15.00


18428. The Ulster Folk Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 18.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk Museum, 1972. 135 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 20 figures. 1 map. 7 music scores. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condition. Articles include: Terms for left-handed in the Ulster Dialect, the Last Sheaf in the North of Ireland, Further Cruck trusses in East Ulter, Towards an Irish Ethnological Atlas?, Traditional Herbal Cures in County Cavan, Ulster Emigrants to Australia 1850-1900, Some Songs and Ballads in use in the Province of Ulster in1845. etc. 15.00


18431. The Ulster Folklife Society: Ulster Folklife, Volume 10.

Belfast: The Ulster Folklife Society, 1964. 104 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 5 maps. 2 figures. 11 plates. 7 music scores. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: Transhumance in the Wicklow Mountains, Embroidery and Lacemaking in Ulster, The Woodlands of the Manor of Brownlow's-Derry North Armagh, The Witchstone in Ulster and England, Fairies and Leprechauns, Roads and Bridges, Some Bonny Female Sailors, The Magilligan Cottier House, etc. 15.00


18434. The Ulster Folklife Society: Ulster Folklife, Volume 7.

Belfast: The Ulster Folklife Society, 1961. 80 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 4 plates. 4 figures. 6 maps. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: William Carleton and his Neighbours, Folklife in the Highlands, The Evolution of Rural Settlement in Scotland and Beyond, The Thatched Houses of Ulster, The late Patrick McCullagh of Curraghhinalt County Tyrone, Housing and House types County Armagh, Family Composition and Occupations in Kilmore Parish County Armagh 1821, etc. 10.00


18432. The Ulster Folklife Society: Ulster Folklife, Volume 9.

Belfast: The Ulster Folklife Society, 1963, 108 pp. 24 x 17 cm. 6 plates. 14 figures. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. Articles include: Calendar Customs part 2, Emigration and Irish Peasant Life, The Cots of North Derry, Plaited Straw-work, Vestry Records, Partnership and Clachans in Mid nineteeth century Londonderry, Industrial Archaeology, Fairy Lore in the Hilltown District County Down, An Eighteenth Century Family Linen Business, etc. 10.00


13606. The Ulster Society: New Ulster The Journal of the Ulster Society No 14 Summer 1991.

Belfast: The Ulster Society, 1991. Somme 75th Anniversary Special. 24 pp. 29.5 x 21 cm. Profusely illustrated. Includes three articles on the Somme, and two interviews with veterans; and articles on the Easter Rebellion, Sir Richard Wallace, the Sinking of the Bismarck, and the Anti-Home Rule Meeting at Dromore in 1884. Very good, in pictorial card covers. 10.00


5616. Trinity College Dublin: Trinity An Annual Record published by Trinity College Dublin No 2 Michaelmas 1950.

Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, 1950. 44 pp. Illustrated. Articles on the College, Societies, Clubs, Berkley and American Education, Murder in the Rubrics, the School of Social Science, John Fraser, marriages and deaths. Fading to covers, otherwise good, in paper covers. 10.00


5618. Trinity College Dublin: Trinity An Annual Record published by Trinity College Dublin No 7 Michaelmas 1955.

Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, 1955. 47 pp. Illustrated. Articles on the College, Societies, Clubs, John and Stephen Gwynn father and son, Trinity College Dublin Trust, marriages and deaths. Slight fading and split to top of front hinge, otherwise good, in paper covers. 10.00


17348. Ulster Archaeological Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Volume 1 - Volume 16.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 1894 -1910. 24 x 18.5 cm. Eight uniformly-bound volumes containing the first sixteen volumes of this revived Journal. The Ulster Journal of Archaeology was first published between 1853 and 1862, and then ensued a 32-year gap before its revival with Vol. I No. I, in September 1894. In quarter leather and green boards. Six-panelled spines with raised bands, gilt decoration, lining, and titling. Marbled endpapers. Each volume is illustrated and has plans, etc. Vol. I,II, 313+291 pp. Vol. III,IV, 294+270+45 pp. Vol. V,VI, 246+251 pp. Vol. VII,VIII, 208+202 pp. Vol. IX,X, 186+191 pp. Vol. XI,XII, 189+192 pp. Vol. XIII, XIV, 192+192 pp. Vol. XV,XVI, 188+152 pp. Showing slight shelfwear and edge-rubbing, but overall in very good condition. Probably bound for a previous owner in his personal library binding. 750.00


7058. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 1 Part 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 1938. 121-236 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Doonmore, the Beaker Folk, Drumswords Church, Co. Monaghan, Fir-Rope, Mote and Mote and Bailey Castles in De Courcy's Principality of Ulster, Lough Island Reavy, and many others. 35.00


6995. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review 2/2.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1986. Volume 2, No 2. 109 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. 12 articles. 6 illustrations. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


15016. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review 2/3, Australia 1788-1988 Issue.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1988. Volume 2, No 3. 145 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. 17 articles relating to Australia and the north of Ireland. 15 illustrations. 13.50


6929. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review 2/5, New Zealand Issue.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1989. Volume 2, No 5. ii + 98 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Good, in pictorial laminated card covers. Articles include: John Ballance Prime Minister of New Zealand; Moravians in Ulster and North Carolina; Needlework and the New World; Colonel John Phillips; and the Papers of Earl Macartney. 5.50


12585. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 15, 1999.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1999. No 15. v+122 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Theodosia Countess of Clanwilliam, Uneasy Bedfellows Academic and family Historians, The Incredible McKavanagh, Arthur MacMurrough Kavanagh (1831-1889), The Evolution of the Abercorn Estate in north west Ulster, The Career of Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy 1810-1883, Robert Hyndman's Censuses of Belfast 1782 & 1791, The Praeger family of Holywood , and others. 5.50


12584. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 16, 2000.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2000. No 16. vi+102 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, The Manorial Courts of the Earls of Antrim, The Many Faces of the Scotch-Irish, A Lusitania Memory, Occupations on Manor of Brownlow's Derry Lurgan Estate c.1670-1799, Sergeant Edward McGuckin an Irish Casualty in the American Civil War , and others. 5.50


12204. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 18, 2002.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2002. No 18. 106 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Family and servants, critical links in the eighteenth century immigration chain in the Delaware valley, John Glendy Irish and American Revolutionary, William Martin Covenanter Preacher and Revolutionary Patriot 1729-1807, Terence O'Neill remembered, Scottish emigration to colonial America, British Parliamentary Papers for the local historian and genealogist, and others. 5.50


12583. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 21, 2005.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2005. No 23. vii+158 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Inheritance as a form of chain migration, The Management of the Londonderry Esrtates in Ulster during the Great Famine, Medicine as Cultural Baggage in the Ulster-Scots Settlements in the Valley of Virginia, James and Margaret Ramsey an Ulster-Scot Farming Family in Augusta County Virginia, From McCorry to Curry, Friars Bush Cemetery, and others. 5.50


12581. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 23, 2007

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2007. No 23. vii+176 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Beatrice Lillie, Family and Community in Forkhill in the early nineteenth century, The Original Spinsters the role of women in the Ulster Domestic Linen Industry, Scottish burial and commemoration practices in seventeenth century Ireland, Passenger Lists and other references to Irish Immigrants from early Wilmington New Castle County Delaware Newspapers, The Rev. Patrick Hamilton's Family Bible 1722-38, Rashee Old Graveyard Co. Antrim, Free Emigration to NSW before the Famine, and others. 5.50


13415. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review Number 26, 2010.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2010. No 26. ix+189 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Dancing Jimmy, Pinkerton Agent James McParland and the Molly Maquires, The Mellons of Castletown Tyrone and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Paternal Ancestry and DNA, The Short(t) family research leads down an improbable path, Lost Passages Shipwrecks in Ulster Emigration, Lives moved to New South Wales free passage for convicts' families, Famous Instonions, The Parish of Upper Badoney Co. Tyrone in 1814, and others. 5.50


14262. Ulster Journal of Archaeology: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 62.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 2003. 24.5 by 18 cms. iv+182 pp. Illustrated. Card covers. Articles include: Excavation of a neolithic house at Enagh, the excavation of two bronze age roundhouses at Island Magee, Three early medieval mounts from Co. Armagh, Excavations in Abbey Street Armagh, Excavations at St Tassach's Church Raholp, Excavations at Boho Cross, Records of bog butter, and others. In very good condition, almost as new. 15.00


11437. Ulster Journal of Archaeology: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 63.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 2004. 24.5 by 18 cms. iv+146 pp. Illustrated. Card covers. Articles include: Archaeology and paleoenvironment at Grangemore Dunes County Derry, Excavations at Island Hill Ringcreevy, at the Dorsey, at Church st, Belfast, at St Malachy's wall Bangor Abbey, Excavations in the vicinity of St Jarlath's church Clonfeacle, Excavations of a medieval rural settlement at Portmuck, Islandmagee, O'Connor's stronghold Derrywarragh Island Maghery, the catalogue of the archaeological museum at Queen's University in 1910, and others. In very good condition, almost as new. 15.00


17721. Ulster Journal of Archaeology: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 72.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 2013-14. iv + 250 pp. 24.5 by 18 cm. Illustrated. Pictorial semi matt card covers. Articles include: The Excavation of a Bronze Age Settlement a Skilganaban, Co. Antrim, The Armagh "pagan" statues, the excavation of two medieval ditches at Tullykevin Co Down, the excavation of a multi-period ecclesiastical site at Aghavea, Co. Fermanagh, the early ecclesiastical complexes of Carrowmore and Clonea Co. Donegal, an excavation at the battlements of the great tower Carrickfergus Castle, an excavation at the inner ward Carrickfergus Castle, the Cockpit of Ulster; war along the river Blackwater 1593-1603, excavations at Tully Castle Co. Fermanagh, lead cloth seals from Carrickfergus. In very good condition, almost as new. 15.00


5615. Ulster Society: New Ulster The Journal of the Ulster Society No 33 Spring 1998.

Belfast: Ulster Society, 1998. 26 pp. 29.5 x 21 cm. Profusely illustrated. Articles include North Belfast Orange Hall, the Seige of Port Natal, the political and military background to the '98, Donegal Unionism, etc. Very good, in pictorial card covers. 5.00


15148. Ulster-Scots Language Society: Ullans The Magazine for Ulster-Scots Number 2 Spring 1994.

Belfast: Ulster-Scots Language Society, 1994 56 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Illustrated. Pictorial card covers. Articles include: More Place Names around Greyabbey, The Bowls, The Bard of Moneyrea, An Early Letter in Ulster Scots, and others. A few faint small marks in a few margins from small circular stickers, otherwise in very good condition. 15.00


7822. Ulster-Scots Language Society: Ullans The Magazine for Ulster-Scots Number 9 & 10 Winter 2004.

Belfast: Ulster-Scots Language Society, 2004 162 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Illustrated. Pictorial card covers. Articles include: An Academy Established, Charles Dickens and the Ulster-Scots, Writings, poems and prose, Hugh Montgomerie of the Ards, Letters to the Northern Constitution, and others. In very good condition, as new. 10.00


7823. Ulster-Scots Language Society: Ullans The Magazine for Ulster-Scots Number 7 Winter 1999.

Belfast: Ulster-Scots Language Society, 1999. 88 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Illustrated. Pictorial card covers. Articles include: Robert Huddleston Bard of Moneyrea, The Auld Sinner: Ulster Scots in Australia, Signs of Encouragement in the Ards, Scotch-Irish Gospel Hymnwriters, Writings, poems and prose, and others. In very good condition as new. 10.00


10247. University Review: University Review Organ of the Graduate Association of the National University of Ireland Vol. II No. 5.

Dublin: Newman House, c1958. vi+76 pp. 24 x 15 cm. I. Articles include, Michael Browne, Bishop of Galway, "Magna est Veritas et Praevalebit", B. S. Chubb, "P.R. in operation - the 1957 election, D. Large, "Some aspects of Social Life in Edwardian England.", Garret Fitzgerald, Radio Listnership and the TV Problem, M. Hanrahan, "Naucratis and the relations between Greece and Egypt during the VII th and VI th centuries B.C. Kate O'Brien," Lennox Robinson An Appreciation." Near mint, in illustrated card covers. 25.00

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