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MacNIOCAILL, G. Ed. by. The Red Book of the Earls of Kildare. [THE GREAT FITZGERALDS]
Dublin: I.M.C., 1964. Royal octavo. pp. xix, 210. Red buckram, title in gilt on spine. Limited to 400 copies only. A fine copy. The ‘Red Book of the Earls of Kildare’ is a cartulary containing transcripts of some two hundred documents relating to lands of the Kildare Fitzgeralds in Leinster, Munster and Connaught. The entries […]
225.00
McCALMONT, Rose E. Memoirs of the Binghams. Edited by C.R.B. Barrett. With numerous plates (2 coloured), large folding genealogical charts and coats of arms.
London, Spottiswoode, 1915. Quarto. pp. xvii, 185. Blue cloth, titled in gilt with coat of arms in gilt on upper cover. Previous owner’s bookplate and signature. A very good copy. Very scarce. Detailed history of the family of the Earl of Lucan and the Earl of Clanmorris. At Cloonagashel in 1585, Richard Og Bourke was […]
475.00
MORRISON, Samuel. Curraghmore, the seat of the Most Noble the Marquis of Waterford. With other poems.
RARE WATERFORD PRINTING Waterford: Printed by John Bull, 1825. 12mo. Contemporary half red morocco. A very good copy. Extremely rare. COPAC locates 2 copies only. WorldCat 1. In his preface the author refers to the Rev Mr. Ryland and his valuable ‘History of the County and City of Waterford’, when speaking of the superior beauties […]
375.00
MURRAY, Thomas. The Story of the Irish in Argentina.
Illustrated. New York: Kenedy, 1919. Octavo. pp. xlii, 514. Green cloth, titled in gilt. A fine copy. Very rare. The author in his preface tells us: “ The material … was collected, for the most part, from the books, newspapers, magazines and periodicals … consulted in the national and municipal libraries of Buenos Aires. The […]
150.00
NUTTALL-SMITH, George. The Chronicles of a Puritan Family in Ireland [Smith (formerly) of Glasshouse].
By G.N. Nuttall-Smith. Formerly Rector of Wynbert, Cape of Good Hope From Notes collected by R. Wm. Smith, Junr., (Pemb. Coll. Cantab.) and from other sources. Oxford: Printed by Frederick Hall at the Oxford University Press, 1923. Octavo. pp. [4], [1] 2-139, [1], [16] leaves of plates (some folding), tables, maps. Quarter linen on grey/green […]
375.00
O’DWYER, Sir Michael. The O’Dwyers of Kilnamanagh. The history of an Irish Sept. With map and folding genealogical chart.
London: Murray, 1933. First edition. Octavo. pp. vii, 360. Green cloth, titled in gilt. Newspaper clippings on O’Dwyer history loosely inserted. Cover faded, some mild foxing to endpapers as usual. A very good copy. Scarce. Here is described the economic history of a typical Irish sept or clan settled in the heart of Tipperary from […]
275.00
O’HART, John. Irish Pedigrees; or, the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation. Two volumes in one.
Dublin: M.H. Gill, 1876. pp. xxv, [ii], 411, 416. Crown octavo. Green cloth, titled in gilt. Occasional foxing. A very good copy. John O’Hart (1824-1902), genealogist, was a native of Crossmolina, County Mayo. Although it was his wish to join the priesthood, family circumstances prevented this. He joined the Royal Irish Constabulary, but left after […]
285.00
O’KELLY, P. The Aonian Kaleidoscope; or, A Collection of Original Poems. By P. O’Kelly, Esq. Author of Killarney, Giant’s Causeway & Cork:
THE MARQUESS OF SLIGO’S COPY “WHILST THE MAYONIANS STRUGGLE FOR MY PRAISE” Printed for the Author, 1824. Octavo. pp. [6], 110. Errata at foot of p.110. Modern half calf on original marbled boards, title in gilt direct on spine. Original red morocco label in gilt on upper cover with the legend ‘Marquess of Sligo.’ Some […]
750.00
SADLIER, Mrs. J. The Fate of Father Sheehy: A Tale of Tipperary in the Olden Time.
Dublin: Duffy, 1864. Foolscap octavo. pp. 158. Publisher’s blind-stamped green cloth, titled in gilt. New endpapers. A very copy. Loeber S15. Brown p.270. Mrs. James Sadlier (née Madden) was born at Cootehill, County Cavan, in 1820. She was the daughter of Francis Madden, a merchant, and was related to Thomas D’Arcy Magee. In 1844, after the […]
275.00

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