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20367. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1904: Vol VI no 1. part II.

Dublin: University Press 1905 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. v-xix-121-188, 26 illustrations, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20366. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1911: Vol VIII no 3.

Dublin: University Press 1912? 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. 215-338+197-223 pp. illustrated,contains at the end a continuation of, "Some Entries of Ireland [from a Manudscript Volume in the British Museum}", also as a loose insert, "Index of Place Names in VolVIII" paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


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


19778. Department of Industry and Commerce Dublin.: Irish Trade Journal Irisleabar Tradail na hEireann.

Department of Industry and Commerce Dublin Vol VII No 2 June 1932. 30 x 21 cm. pp 41-80. softcovers, in good condition. Published quarterly by the Irish Government.. Articles include, Poplin Manufacture, Irish Cattle trade, Mines and Minerals, Changes in Import Tariff, Banking Statistics, Apprenticeship in Saorstat Eireann, Agricultural Prices, and pages of statistics, censum of production, cost of living, agricultural prices, etc, etc. 10.00


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


20178. 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 . This is a copy bound in the original covers, probably produced by the Society itself as a one off for a member. In 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


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


20716. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 31 2007. Centenary Edition 1907-2007.

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 2007. 21 by 15 cms. 60 pp. paper covers. In very good condition. Articles include, Irish Presbyterianism: its origins and story, by Mr J.W. Kernohan, Orangeism A Presbyterian Perspective, by Rev. B. Kennaway, and Presbyterianism and the Irish Language, by Rev.T.J.Stothers. 10.00


20742. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 39 2015.

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 2015. 21 by 15 cms. 52 pp. card covers. There is an old light fold in the front cover, otherwise in very good condition. Articles include, "Poor Dark Connaught" an Irish Presbyterian case study, The Presbyterian Mission to Kerry 1840-1860, The Rev. Samuel Dunlop: an early pioneer in Irish Mission. 10.00


20741. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 40 2016.

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 2016. 21 by 15 cms. 64 pp. card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, From Ulster to New Zealand The Career of the Rev. Rutherford Waddell, Women assisted by the Presbyterian Orphan Society during the First World war, The Presbyterian Church in Ireland, the Rev. G.H. Johnston and the Crimean War, Rev. Professor Francis James Paul 1876-1941 Principal The Presbyterian College Belfast. 10.00


20783. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 43 2019

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 2019.. 21 by 15 cms. 64 pp. card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, No Surrender The Magee College Controversy, The 1718 Emigration from the Lower Bann and Foyle Valleys to New England, The Bryans of Ballyroney. 10.00


20781. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 44 2020

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 202. 21 by 15 cms. 56 pp. card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, The Rise (and Disappearance ) of George Matthews, The Presbyterian Church in Ireland and Conscription in 1918, A Surprising Discovery. 10.00


20782. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 45 2021

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 2021. 21 by 15 cms. 76 pp. card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, From Portglenone:to Pittsburgh: Rev. John Black 1768-1849, Dr Thomas Reid: A Distinguished son of Eglish, Albert Street Plaque, Angels, who have Lost their Way. 10.00


20779. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 46 2022

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 20. 21 by 15 cms. 64 pp. card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, The Jungle Tribes Mission, William Mulligan of The Jungle Tribes Mission, James McCosh in Ireland. 10.00


20780. Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland: The Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland Vol. 47 2023

Belfast: Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 2023. 21 by 15 cms.80 pp. card covers. In very good condition. Articles include, Evangelism 100 years ago, The History of the Ordination of Womem in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland from 1900-2018. 10.00


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


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


20360. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1902: Vol V 1902 no 2 Part I.

Dublin: University Press 1903.. 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. 139-234 pp. illustrated, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20362. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1902: Vol V 1903 no 3 Part I.

Dublin: University Press 1904.. 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. 297-404. illustrated, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20358. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1904: Vol VI 1904 no 1 Part 1.

Dublin: University Press 1905. 22.5 x 14.5 cm. 120 pp. illustrated, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. contaoins an obituary of Col. Philip Doyne Vigors.Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20365. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1915: Vol IX no 1.

Dublin: University Press 1916? 22.5 x 14.5 cm. 89 pp. illustrated, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20369. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1915: Vol IX no 1.

Dublin: University Press 1916? 22.5 x 14.5 cm. xix+pp.287-408 illustrated, contains a folded "Pedigree of the Brownes of Harpoonstown, Bridgetown etc in the County of Wexford" (c1767-c1912) paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20364. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1915: Vol IX no 3.

Dublin: University Press 1916? 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. 191-286. illustrated, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


20363. The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland: Journal for the Year 1916: Vol IX no 5

Dublin: University Press 1917? 22.5 x 14.5 cm. pp. 409-504. illustrated, paper covers. Largely uncut. In very good condition. Scarce. All publications are elusive and hard to find. Its Journals are the single most important collection of published inscriptions from Irish gravestones and other memorials. 35.00


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


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


10258. The 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


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


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


20840. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Thirtieth Session 1976-778

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1978. Volume XXIII ParI V. 295 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. Matt card covers. In very good condition 10.00


20839. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Thirty first Session 1977-78

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1978. Volume XXIII Part V. 322 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. 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


20841. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Twenty eighth Session 1976-75

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1978. Volume XXIII ParI II. 197 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. Matt card covers. In very good condition 10.00


20838. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: The Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland: One Hundred and Twenty ninth Session 1975-76.

Dublin: The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1976. Volume XXIII Part III. 213 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. Matt card covers. In very 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


19933. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: The Use of Tradition Essays Presented to G. B. Thompson.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1988. 138 pp. 24 x 17 cm. illustrated, semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. These fourteen articles are arranged in three sections, Trafdition and Cultural Identity, Tradition and the Museum, and Studies of Tradition. 15.00


19929. The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum: Ulster Folklife, Volume 36.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, 1990 106 pp. 24 x 17 cm. illustrations Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In good condition. Articles include: E.E. Evans Obituary, The Study of Folklife, The Small Towns of Ulster 1600-1700, Shamrock 1988, The Moravian Connection Gracehill and Salem, Perspectives in the study of Folk Religion, A Reappraisal of the Byre dwellings Dunbeg Co. Donegal, An Account of Life oin Magheragallon, Co Donegal early this century, and others. 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


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. 250.00


20851. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 1 Part 1.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, Jan. 1938. 120+11 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, An Ancient Route The Slighe Miodhluachra in Uliadh, Giants Graves,The Cashels of Moneygashel Co. Cavan,Templenaffrin Church, Fermanagh, Degan of Kilconriola, Folk Tales from Creggan Parish,Sweat Houses (Toigthe Alluis) of Co Derry, Ballyedmod Cairn ,Doeys Cairn Dunlloy, Kilns for Flax-drying and Lime-burning. Springhill, Micoliths from the Bann valley,Castlecaulfield Church Donaghmore, the origin of the surname of Mulholland and others. 12.00


20852. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 1 Part 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, July. 1938. pp. 122+236+iii. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Doonmoreva Castle Mound near Fair Head, the Beaker Folk, Drumswords Church Co. Monaghan, Account of Com Cavan, Fir Rope a dying craft, Derrymore House,Mote and Bailey Castles in de Courcey's Principality of Ulster, the Cairn excavation at Well Glass Spring Largantea Co Derry, an Urn from Aghascrebagh, Lisburn and Neighbourhood in 1798, Downpatrick Castle, Lough Island Reavy, Co. Antrim Folklore today, Excavations at Carnagat, and others. 12.00


20853. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 2 Part 1.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, January 1939. 128 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Stone Circles in N. Ireland, Killyleagh Castle Co. Down, the Resurrectionists in County Antrim, Donagh Church Co. Monaghan,The Rowing Curraghs of Sheephaven, Sweathouses between Blacklion and Dowra Co Cavan, Excavations at Clogherny, the Ancient road (from Belfast) to Newtown(ards), Mote and Mote and Bailey Castles in de Courcey's Principality of Ulster, Ancient Field systems, Aughentaine Castle, the Peoples of Northern Ireland, Killinagh Church and Crom Cruaich, Belfast in 1738, The Ui Dercco Cein, a Glossary of Turf terms, and others. 12.00


20854. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 2 Part 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, July 1939. pp. 130-299 +iv . illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, The "Bians", the Celts in Archaeology, Diocesan Anomalies (The Diocese of Connor), The Horned Cairns of Sardinia, The Oldest account of the Raid of the Collas (circa ad 330) The Castles of Inishowen, Mote, Moat or Motte?, Cromwellian Inquisition as to Parishes in Co. Armagh in 1657, Killen Hill, Excavations at the Giants Grave Loughnash, Dungiven Priory, and others. This was the first printing of The Armagh Inquisition done from a copy of the original manuscript made by T.G.F. Paterson in 1927. 12.00


20855. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 3 Part 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, July 1940. pp. 82-176+iv . illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, The Churches of Armagh, Bullauns and other Basin Stones, The Bians (II) Their place among Irish vehicles, Excavations on Round Island, Thatch, Sherds from a Gravel Pit Killaghy Co. Armagh, Prehistoric Sites in South Antrim, Prehistoric finds at Tyrone House Malone road Belfast, Some old Wells in Antrim and Down, the Irish Peasant House, and others. . 12.00


20857. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 4 Part 1.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, January 1941. 80 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Travelling Conditions in the Early Nineteenth Century, an Interpretation of Irish Culture, the Vassals of the Earls of Ulster, the Castle of Benburb, Survey of Ancient Monuments, the Druid Stone Ballintoy Co. Antrim, Ballinascreen Church and Legends, the Parentage of Col. Robert Stewart of Irry Co Tyrone, and others. 12.00


20858. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 4 Part 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, July 1941. pp. 82-152+76. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, The Flachter,T rial Excavation at Lough Enagh, The County Armagh Volunteers of 1778-1793, English Memorial Brasses of Irish Interest, Survey of Ancient Monuments, additions, Cist-burial at Loughry Co. Tyrone, Carnteel Church,Bibliography of Periodical Literature relating to the Archaeology of Ulster 1940, The Irish Pipe Roll of 14 John 1211-1212, edited by Oliver Davies and David B. Quinn. 12.00


20859. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 5 Parts 1 & 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 1942 140 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, Harvest Customs in Co. Armagh, Derryloran Church, The County Armagh Volunteers of 1778-1793, Contributions to the study of Crannogs in South Ulster, the Stone Houses Ticloy Co. Anrim, Coin Hoards from Ulster, Account Book of the Rev. Andrew Rowan Rector of Dunaghy Co. Antrim c1672-1680, A Baking Stone from Fermanagh, Excavations at Ballyreagh Fermanagh, Some Old Wells in Antrim and Down II, The Peoples of Northern Ireland, Finds from Three Ulster Counties, 12.00


20860. Ulster Archaeology Society: Ulster Journal of Archaeology Third Series Volume 6 Parts 1 & 2.

Belfast: Ulster Archaeology Society, 1943. 148 pp. illustrated, paper covers, in very good condition. Articles include, The Horned Cairns of Ulster, THe Genesis of the Linen Thread Trade, Life in Early Eighteenth Centuury Rural Ulster as reflected in a Parish Record Book, Portbraddan Cave Co. Antrim, Church Architecture in Ulster, The County Armagh Volunteers of 1778-1793, Four Bronze Axes, The Peoples of Northern Ireland,B ibliography of Periodical Literature relating to the Archaeology of Ulster, and others. 12.00


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. 12.00


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

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