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Province of Leinster PDF Books published by Flatcapsandbonnets.com on CD-ROM (contents below)

Provinces of Munster & Connacht PDF Books published by Flatcapsandbonnets.com on CD-ROM (contents below)

Province of Ulster PDF Books published by Flatcapsandbonnets.com on CD-ROM (contents below)

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This review is based on an examination of the Leinster CD.  98 books/documents of historical and genealogical interest are provided on the Leinster disk.  These are .pdfs created from scanned images of the pages of books published up to the early years of the 20th century, and are fully searchable.  At one end of the scale there is Balls History of County Dublin in 6 volumes totalling over 1000 pages and The Dublin Almanac 1847, with 996 pages.  Among smaller documents are “The Principal Gentry of the County Kildare in the year 1600″ (5 pages) and a return for the Richmond Lunatic Asylum for 1842 (2 pages). There is a mix of civil and religious documents as well as local and national histories

A typical document in the list is the “Annals of Westmeath” (James Woods 1907).  Westmeath has never been prominent in national history books (or in national sport), and so it is extraordinarily refreshing to find such a detailed volume on the history of every local parish – and a surprise to find that it is so gruelling.

In addition to the provincial books, there is a file of 51 titles (contents below)of national significance – there are repeated on each of the provincial discs

The search facility on these books depends upon the quality of the original book and then of the scan.  My tests on Westmeath (383 pages)were excellent, but searches of the larger documents are slow – it is amazing that they work at all.

Altogether, an amazing collection at a very cheap price – and a further discount for users of this site.

Tom Conlon

 

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Table of contents, General Ireland (repeated on all 3 discs)

1.-6. – 6 Volumes From The Journal Of The Association For The Preservation Of The Memorials Of The Dead In Ireland – Vol 2 Part 1, Vol 3, Vol 5, Vol 6 Part 2, Vol 7 & Vol 8 – Over 3,500 Pages Which Contain Memorial & Graveyard Inscriptions, Extracts From Some Parish Registers, Funeral Entries Etc From The County Parishes Of Ireland

7.-9. – 3 Volumes – Indexes To Irish Wills – Vol.1 Ossory, Leighlin, Ferns & Kildare. Vol.2 Cork And Ross,& Cloyne. Vol.3 Cashel And Emily, Waterford And Lismore, Killaloe And Kilfenora, Limerick, Ardfert And Aghadoe – Total Of 464 pages

10. Index To The Prerogative Wills Of Ireland, 1536-1810 : (Deposited At The Public Record Office, Dublin) – 1897  – 519 pages

11. Index (A-W) To The Marriage Licence Bonds Of The Diocese Of Cork And Ross, Ireland, For The Years From 1623 To 1750 – 1896  – 134 pages

12. & 13. Irish Marriages : Being An Index To The Marriages In Walker’s Hibernian Magazine, 1771-1812. With An Appendix From The Notes Of Sir Arthur Vicars Of The Births, Marriages And Deaths In The Anthologia Hibernica, 1793-1794 – 1897 – Total Of 533 pages

14. Index To The Marriage Licence Bonds Of The Diocese Of Cloyne, Ireland, 1630 To 1800 – 1899  – 101 pages

15. Return To An Order Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 24 March 1879 – Part 1 – A Return, With Christian And Surname Of Each, Of Over 14,500 Infants Born In Irish Workhouses Or Admitted Thereto When Healthy, Under Twelve Months Old, And Attempted To Be Reared Therein During The Years  1872, 1873, And 1874, Showing What Has Since Become Of Them. Part 2 – A Return,  With Christian And Surname Of Each, Of 260 Healthy Infants, Under Twelve Months Old, Who Were Sent Out To Nurse During The Years 1872, 1873, And 1874, By Boards Of Guardians In Ireland, And Attempted To Be Reared In The Houses Of Foster Parents – 117 pages

16. The Landowners Of Ireland : An Alphabetical List Of The Owners Of Estates Of 500 Acres Or £500 Valuation And Upwards In Ireland, With The Acreage And Valuation In Each County. Also Containing A Brief Notice Of The Education And Official Appointments Of Each Person, To Which Are Added His Town And Country Addresses And Clubs – 1878  – 511 pages

17. Return To An Order Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 16 February 1837;— For, A Return Of The Names Of Over 1,400 Convicts Discharged From The Several Gaols In  reland, Before The Expiration Of Their Respective Sentences, Since The 1st May 1835; Distinguishing The Offences Of Which They Were Respectively Convicted, The Sentences Pronounced Upon Them, The Date Of Discharge, And The Authority Under Which They Were Discharged, Whether Oral Or Written ; Distinguishing, Also, The Cases In Which Such Convicts Were Under Rule Of Bail, And Stating Whether Any, And What, Bail Was Given Before The Discharge Of Such Convicts Respectively – 47 pages

18. Return To An Order Of The Honourable The House Of Commons, Dated 3 March 1837;— For, A Return Of The Names Of 45 Convicts Under Sentence Or Rule Of Transportation Who Have Been Discharged From The Hulks Or Transports In Any Of The Ports Of Ireland, Since 1st May 1835; Distinguishing The Offences Of Which They Have Been Respectively Convicted, The Place Of Trial, The Sentences Pronounced Or Recorded Upon Them, And Whether Any And What Commutation Or Remission Of The Original Sentence, Or Any Part Thereof, Had Previously Been Granted ; Stating, Also, The Date Of The Discharge, And The Nature Of The Authority Under Which Such Convicts Were Respectively Discharged, With The Date Or Time Thereof.  Part 2.— A Return Of The Names Of 241 Convicts Under Sentence Or Rule Of Transportation Whose Sentences Were Commuted To Imprisonment, Since 1st May 1885;  Distinguishing The Offences Of Which They Had Been Convicted Respectively, The Place Of Trial, The Sentence Pronounced Upon Them, And The
Period Of Imprisonment Substituted For Transportation, And Whether Such Substituted Sentence Was Remitted, Or In Any And What Manner Modified – 22 pages

19. Return Of The Names Of 594 Convicts Under Sentence Or Rule Of Transportation Who Have Been Discharged From The Prisons Or The Hulks Or Transports In Any Ports Of Ireland Since 1st May 1835 ; Distinguishingthe Offences Of Which They Have Been Convicted, The Place Of Trial, The Sentences Pronounced Or Recorded Upon Them, And Whether Any Commutation Or Remission Of The Original Sentence Had Previously Been Granted ; Stating Also The Grounds And Date Of The Discharge, And The Nature And Date Of The Authority Under Which They Were Discharged.

20. A Return Of 95 Recommittals Of Offenders Discharged Before The Expiration Of Their Sentences By The Lord Lieutenant Of Ireland Between The 12th Of May 1835 And The 15th Of February 1839; specifying Name, The Original Offences, Those For Which They Had Been Recommitted, And Whether Conviction Had Taken Place Upon The Subsequent Charge – 12 pages

21. A Return Of The Names Of 2,513 Persons Whose Sentences Have Been Remitted Or Commuted In Ireland, Since The 1st January 1835 ; Distinguishing Those Persons Whose Release Was Intimated Upon The Visit Of His Excellency The Lord Lieutenant In The First Instance, And Stating In Each The Offence, The Date Of The Conviction, The Court By Which The Sentence Was Passed, Together With The Conditions Upon Which In Cases Of Commutation Such Commutation Took Place, And Also The Prisons In Which Such Persons Were Confined At The Time Of Such Enlargement Or Commutation Of Sentence – 108 pages

22. A Return Of The Names Of 2,153 Convicts Discharged From The Several Gaols In Ireland Before The Expiration Of Their Sentences, Since 1st May 1835 – 1839  – 33 pages

23. Return, By Counties, Of Over 7,200 Offences Committed In Ireland During Eighteen Months, Ended 11th March 1862 ; Specifying The Nature, Date, And Place Of Each Offence ; Name And Class of Life Of Injured Person, Name Of Person Arrested, Accused Or Suspected. Whether Rendered Amenable To Justice ; And The Result In Each Case, So Far As Is Known To The Constabulary – 370 pages

24. Street-trading Children Committee (Ireland). Report Of The Inter-departmental Committee On The Employment Of Children During School Age, Especially In Street Trading In The Large Centres Of Population In Ireland. Together With Minutes Of Evidence And Appendices – 1902  – 198 pages

25. A Return Of The Number Of Persons Registered As Electors In Each County In Ireland, In The Years 1832, 1833, 1834 And 1835, By Virtue Of Rentcrarges Granted To Such Electors Or Others ; Stating The Number Registered In Each Year, The Names Of The Persons By And To Whom Each Rentcharge Was Granted, And The Amount Thereof; For What Term Granted, And The Lands On Which It Is Charged ; The Name Of The Person Registered As An Elector By Virtue Of Such Rentcharge – 55 pages

26. Calendar Of The Justiciary Rolls Or Proceedings In The Court Of The Justiciar Of Ireland Preserved In The Public Record Office Of Ireland. XXIII to XXXI Years Of Edward I – 1905  – 619 pages

27. Calendar Of The Justiciary Rolls Or Proceedings In The Court Of The Justiciar Of Ireland Preserved In The Public Record Office Of Ireland. XXXIII to XXXV Years Of Edward I – 1914  – 684 pages

28. Calendar Of The Justiciary Rolls Or Proceedings In The Court Of The Justiciar Of Ireland Preserved In The Public Record Office Of Ireland. I To VII Years Of Edward II – 412 pages

29.- 32.  4 Volumes, Visitation Of Ireland – Contains 104 Pedigrees – 1897-1904 – Total Of 536 pages

33. An Historical And Critical Review Of The Civil Wars In Ireland : From The Reign Of Queen Elizabeth, To The Settlement Under King William. With The State Of The Irish Catholics, From The Settlement To The Relaxation Of The Popery Laws, In The Year 1778. Extracted From Parliamentary Records, State Acts, And Other Authentic Materials – 1810  – 708 pages

34.-35. 2 Volumes, Ireland In The Seventeenth Century : Or, The Irish Massacres Of 1641-2, Their Causes And Results. Illustrated By Extracts From The Unpublished State Papers, The Unpublished Mss. In The Bodleian Library, Lambeth Library, And The Library Of The Royal Dublin Society, Relating To The Plantations Of 1610-39; A Selection From The Unpublished Depositions Relating To The Massacres … And The Reports Of The Trials In The High Court Of Justice In 1652-4, From The Unpublished Mss. In Trinity College, Dublin – 1884 – Total Of 819 pages

36. Realities Of Irish Life – 1890  – 304 pages

37. Irish Local Names Explained – 109 pages

38. Special Report On Surnames In Ireland, With Notes As To Numerical Strength, Derivation, Ethnology, And Distribution; Based On Information Extracted From The Indexes Of The General Register Office – 1894  – 70 pages

39. The Great Famine In Ireland And A Retrospect Of The Fifty Years 1845-95 : With A Sketch Of The Present Condition And Future Prospects Of The Congested Districts – 1896  – 356 pages

40. History Of The Irish Insurrection Of 1798 : Giving An Authentic Account Of The Various Battles Fought Between The Insurgents And The King’s Army, And A Genuine History Of Transactions Preceding That Event : With A Valuable Appendix – 1842  – 348 pages

41. Home Life In Ireland, With Photographs – 1912  – 346 pages

42.-43. 2 Volumes, A Social History Of Ancient Ireland: Treating Of The Government, Military System, And Law; Religion, Learning, And Art; Trades, Industries, And Commerce; Manners, Customs, And Domestic Life, Of The Ancient Irish People – 1903  – Total Of 1308 pages

44. Castles Of Ireland – Some Fortress Histories And Legends – 1904  – 349 pages

45. The Catholic In The Workhouse. Popular Statement Of The Law As It Affects Him, The Religious Grievances It Occasions, With Practical Suggestions For Redress – 1859  – 48 pages

46. The Cromwellian Settlement Of Ireland – 1868  – 289 pages

47. The History Of The Survey Of Ireland, Commonly Called The Down Survey, By Doctor William Petty, A.D. 1655-6 – 1851  – 441 pages

58. The Irish At The Front – This Narrative Of The More Single Feats Of The Irish Regiments In France, Flanders, And At The Dardanelles, Is Based On Letters Of Regimental Officers And Men, Interviews With Wounded Soldiers Of The Battalions, And Those Invalided Home, And, Also, In Several Cases, On The Records Compiled At The Depots – 1916  – 168 pages

49. The Irish On The Somme – 1917  – 203 pages

50. The Irish Nuns At Ypres – 1915  – 222 pages

51. Women Of ‘Ninety Eight – 1919  – 321 pages

Table of contents, Leinster disc

1. Inscriptions On The Monuments, Mural Tablets, &c At Present Existing In Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin : The Names (So Far As They Have Been Ascertained) Of Persons Buried Within That Church, But Of Whom No Monumental Records Exist, To Which Are Appended Brief Annals Of The Cathedral From The Foundation To The Present Time, With Notes And Observations – 1878  – 106 pages

2. City Of Dublin Election, July 15th, 1865 : List Of Electors For The Year 1865, Distiguishing The Names Of Those Who Exercised Their Franchise At The Above Election, And Showing For Whom They Voted – 270 pages

3. Index To The Wills Of The Diocese Of Kildare, In The Public Record Office Of Ireland – 20 pages

4. Marriage Entries From The Registers Of The Parishes Of S. Marie, S. Luke, S. Catherine. & S. Werburgh (Dublin) 1627-1800 – 1915  – 175 pages

5. The Memorial Slabs Of Clonmacnois, King’s County (Offaly): With An Appendix On The Materials For A History Of The Monastery – 1909  – 228 pages

6. Registers Of The French Church Of Portarlington 1694-1816  – 1908  – 188 pages

7. Registers Of The French Non-Conformist Churches Of Lucy Lane And Peter Street, Dublin – The Registers Consist Of Two Volumes. The First Contains Entries Of :- Baptisms From 1701 To 1731, Burials From 1702 To 1731, Marriages From 1702 To 1728 And Reconnaissances From 1716 To 1730. The Second Contains Burials From 1771 To 1887, But The Entries Are Only Published Up To 1831 – 1901  – 173 pages

8. Register Of Wills And Inventories Of The Diocese Of Dublin In The Time Of Archbishops Tregury And Walton 1457-1483 – 1898  – 319 pages

9. The Register Of The Parish Of St. Peter And S. Kevin, Dublin, 1669-1761 – 1911  – 478 pages

10. Map Of Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, County Dublin, Ireland : Indicating Burial Places Of Noted Persons And Communities, And Containing Some Illustrations – 1904  – 36 pages

11. Historic Graves In Glasnevin Cemetery – 1915  – 210 pages

12. The Register Of St. Nicholas Without, Dublin 1694-1739 – 1912  – 300 pages

13. History Of The Dublin Catholic Cemeteries – 1900  – 267 pages

14. Returns Of 81 Names And Late Residence Of Harmless Incurable Patients At Present In The Richmond District Lunatic Asylum From The City Of Dublin, This 24th Of May 1842 – 2 pages

15. Part 1.Return Of 431 Prisoners Committed To The Gaol Of Dundalk, In The County Of Louth, From 1st December 1832 To The Date Of This Return, Setting Forth Their Name, The Offence Charged In Each Committal, And How Disposed Of.

Part 2. Return Of 120 Prisoners Tried At The Spring And Summer Aasizzes, Held In Dundalk, For The County Of Louth,  Specifying Their Name, Offences For Which They Were Respectively Indicted, The Verdicts Had On Such Indictments, The Punishments Awarded, Together With The Commutations (If Any) Of Such Punishment Respectively.

Part 3. Return Of The Names Of 34 Prisoners Removed From The Prison Wards To The  Infirmary, From Lot December To The Date Of This Return, The Date, Cause, And The Authority Under Which Each Such Removal Took Place, The Period Of Time That Each Such Prisoner So Removed Remained On  The  Books Of The Infirmary, With A Note Of The Diet Allowed In Each Case, As The Same Is Set Forth In The Ordinary And Extra Dietary Of The Infirmary. 1834  – 25 pages

16. Returns Of Penalties Imposed By The Magistrates At The Petty Sessions County Of Dundalk, 1830-34  And, Of Charges For Summonses, Examinations, Warrants And Bail Bonds – Over 650 Offenders Named – 22 pages

17. Brief Sketches Of The Parishes Of Booterstown And Donnybrook, In The County Of Dublin : With An Appendix, Containing Notes And Annals – Including Extracts Of The Parish Registers Of Donnybrook & Booterstown, Donnybrook Graveyard Inscriptions Etc. – 1860  – 510 pages

18. The Names, Addresses & Occupations of 1,064 Rebels Who Surrendered In The City Of Dublin From 29th June To 9th September 1798 –

19. A Statistical Account Of The Parish Of Aghaboe, In The Queen’s County (Laois) – 1796  – 101 pages

20. The Principal Gentry Of The County Kildare In The Year 1600 – 5 pages

21. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Kildare – 1807  – 311 pages

22. Records Relating To The Dioceses Of Ardagh And Clonmacnoise – 1886  – 406 pages

23. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Meath – 1802  – 518 pages

24. A History Of The County Dublin. Vol 1 – Being A History Of That Portion Of The County Comprised Within The Parishes Of Monkstown, Kill-of-the Grange, Dalkey, Killiney, Tully, Stillorgan, And Kilmacud – 1902  – 149 pages

25. A History Of The County Dublin. Vol 2 – Being A History Of That Portion Of The County Comprised Within The Parishes Of Donnybrook, Booterstown, St. Bartholomew, St. Mark, Taney, St. Peter, And Rathfarnham – 1903  – 168 pages

26. A History Of The County Dublin. Vol 3 – Being A History Of That Portion Of The County Comprised Within The Parishes Of Tallaght, Cruagh, Whitechurch, Kilgobbin, Kiltiernan, Rathmichael, Old Connaught, Saggart, Rathcoole, And Newcastle – 1905  – 153 pages

27. A History Of The County Dublin. Vol 4 – Being A History Of That Portion Of The County Comprised Within The Parishes Of Clonsilla, Leixlip, Lucan, Aderrig, Kilmactalway, Kilbride, Kilmahuddrick, Esker, Palmerston, Ballyfermot, Clondalkin, Drimnach, Crumlin, St. Catherine, St. Nicholas Without, St. James, St. Jude And Chapelizod As Well Aswithin Phoenix Park – 1906  – 214 pages

28. A History Of The County Dublin. Vol 5 – Howth And Its Owners – 1917  – 204 pages

29. A History Of The County Dublin. Vol 6 – Southern Fingal – 1920  – 204 pages

30. Dublin, Cork, And South Of Ireland : A Literary, Commercial, And Social Review Past & Present; : With A Description Of Leading Mercantile Houses And Commercial Enterprises. : With Illustrated And Descriptive Tour – 1892  – 327 pages

31. The History And Antiquities Of The Collegiate And Cathedral Church Of St. Patrick, Near Dublin, From Its Foundation In 1190, To The Year 1819 : Comprising A Topographical Account Of The Lands And Parishes Appropriated To The Community Of The Cathedral, And To Its Members, And Biographical Memoirs Of Its Deans – 1820  – 588 pages

32. Donnybrook Parish Magazine For The Year 1896 – Includes Local Notices And The Records Of Births, Marriages And Deaths which Occurred Each Month – 52 pages

33.-36 4 Volumes: The History And Antiquities Of The Diocese Of Ossory – 1905 – Total Of 1,774 pages

37. The War In Wexford : An Account Of The Rebellion In The South Of Ireland In 1798 : Told From Original Documents – 1910  – 363 pages

38. The Foundation Of The Hospital And Free School Of King Charles II., Oxmantown Dublin : Commonly Called The Blue Coat School : With Notices Of Some Of Its Governors, And Of Contemporary Events In Dublin From The Foundation, 1668 To 1840, When Its Government By The City Ceased – 1906  – 325 pages

39. History Of The County Longford – 1891  – 324 pages

40. The History And Antiquities Of The County Of Carlow – 1833  – 385 pages

41. Notes On Kilkenny Inns And Taverns – 31 pages

42.-43. 2 Volumes: History Of The Queen’s County (Laois) From The Earlist Times To 1900  – 1914  – Total Of 892 pages

44.-46. 3 Volumes: Collections Relating To The Dioceses Of Kildare And Leighlin – Including Histories Of The Parishes Within – 1883 – Total Of 1,125 pages

47. Fingal And Its Churches : A Historical Sketch Of The Foundation And Struggles Of The Church Of Ireland In That Part Of The County Dublin Which Lies To The North Of The River Tolka – 1888  – 293 pages

48. Annals Of Westmeath, Ancient And Modern. Illustrated – 1907  – 383 pages

49.-51. 3 Volumes: The Diocese Of Meath, Ancient And Modern – 1862 – Total Of 1,739 pages

52. A Brief Account Of The Magdalen Chapel, Lower Leeson Street, Dublin : Its Founders, Its Benefactors, List Of Clergy And Chaplains – 1907  – 66 pages

53. A Narrative Of Facts, Relative To The Massacre Of The Irish Protestants At Wexford, Scullabogue, And Vinegar Hill, In The Year 1798 – 1846  – 33 pages

54.-56. 3 Volumes: A Catalogue Of Graduates Who Have Proceeded To Degrees In The University Of Dublin From The Earliest Recorded Commencements To 1905 – 1906  – Total Of 1,180 pages

57. Chronicles Of The County Wexford : Being A Record Of Memorable Incidents, Disasters, Social Occurences And Crimes, Also, Biographies Of Eminent Persons, &c., &c., Brought Down To The Year 1877 – 1890  – 478 pages

58.-59. 2 Volumes: History Of The City Of Dublin, From The Earliest Accounts To The Present Time : Containing Its Annals, Antiquities, Ecclesiastical History, And Charters; Its Present Extent, Public Buildings, Schools, Institutions, &c. To Which Are Added, Biographical Notices Of Eminent Men, And Copious Appendices Of Its Population, Revenue, Commerce, And Literature – 1818  – Total Of 1,518 pages

60. Dublin Street Names, Dated And Explained – 1892  – 177 pages

61. General View Of The Agriculture And Manufactures Of The Queen’s County, Upto 1801 – 291 pages

62. Gleanings From The Past; Diocese Of Glendalough, Parish Of Wicklow, Town Of Wicklow – 1895  – 59 pages

63. History Of Kilsaran Union Of Parishes In The County Of Louth, Being A History Of The Parishes Of Kilsaran, Gernonstown, Stabannon, Manfieldstown, And Dromiskin, With Many Particulars Relating To The Parishes Of Richardstown, Dromin, And Darver, Comprising A Large Section Of Mid-Louth – 1908  – 382 pages

64. Kilkenny City And Country Guide And Directory – 1884  – 358 pages

65. Some Notices Of The Church Of St. Patrick, Trim – 1837  – 36 pages

66. The Parish Of Taney : A History Of Dundrum, Near Dublin, And Its Neighbourhood – 1895  – 261 pages

67.-68. 2 Volumes: The History Of Drogheda : With Its Environs, And An Introductory Memoir Of The Dublin And Drogheda Railway – 1844  – Total Of 876 pages

69. Disturbed Dublin. The Story Of The Great Strike Of 1913-14. With A Description Of The Industries Of The Irish Capital – 1914  – 344 pages

70. An Outline Of The History Of The County Wicklow Regiment Of Militia : Together With A Succession List Of The Officers Of The Regiment From Its Formation In 1793 To The Present Time – 1885  – 62 pages

71. History Of The Diocese Of Ferns – 1916  – 265 pages

72. St. Patrick’s Armour: The Story Of Coombe Ragged School – 1880  – 114 pages

73. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Wexford – 1807  – 152 pages

74. A Survey Of Tullaroan, Or Grace’s Parish In The Cantred Of Grace’s Country And County Of Kilkenny; Taken From The Statistical Account Or Parochial Survey Of Ireland – 1819  – 256 pages

75. The Annals Of Clonmacnoise : Being Annals Of Ireland From The Earliest Period To A.D. 1408; Translated. Into English, A.D. 1627 – 1896  – 397 pages

76. The Carlow Parliamentary Roll : Comprising Lists Of The Knights Of The Shire, And Members For The Borough Of Carlow, From The Earliest Times To The Introduction Of The Ballot, And Of The Representatives For Old Leighlin To The Period Of The Union : With Genealogical Notes And Illustrative Extracts – 1872  – 149 pages

77. The Early History Of The Town Of Birr, Or Parsonstown : With The Particulars Of Remarkable Events There In More Recent Times : Also The Towns Of Nenagh, Roscrea, Banagher, Tullamore, Philipstown, Frankford, Shinrone, Kinnetty And Ballyboy And The Ancient Septs, Princes And Celebrated Places Of The Surrounding Country – 1875  – 436 pages

78. The History Of Dundalk, And Its Environs; From The Earliest Period To The Present Time; With Memoirs Of Its Eminent Men – 1864  – 423 pages

79. The History, Architecture, And Antiquities Of The Cathedral Church Of St. Canice, Kilkenny – 1857  – 375 pages

80. The Dublin Almanac And General Register Of Ireland For 1847 – 996 pages

81. The Social State Of The Southern And Eastern Counties Of Ireland In The Sixteenth Century: Being The Presentments Of The Gentlemen, Commonalty, And Citizens Of Carlow, Cork, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford And Wexford, Made In The Reigns Of Henry Viii. And Elizabeth. Printed From The Originals In The Public Record Office, London. – 1870  – 289 pages

82. Historical Handbook To The Monuments, Inscriptions, &c. Of The Collegiate, National And Cathedral Church Of St. Patrick, Dublin – 1891  – 117 pages

83. History Of The Town And County Of Wexford : Duncannon Fort, Kilclogan Or Templetown, Fethard, Houseland, Portersgate, Loftus Hall, Galgystown, Hook (Including Churchtown), Slade, Baginbun, And Bannow : From The Earliest Period To The Present Time, Compiled Principally From Ancient Records And The State Papers In The Public Record Offices Of London And Dublin, And The Mss. In The British Museum, And At Oxford And Canterbury – 1904  – 494 pages

84. Mellifont Abbey, Co. Louth: Its Ruins And Associations. A Guide And Popular History. With Illustrations And Plans – 1897  – 141 pages

85. Dublin Castle And The Irish People – 1909  – 435 pages

86. The Confederation Of Kilkenny – 1873  – 231 pages

87. Trim: Its Ecclesiastical Ruins, Its Castle, Etc.: Together With A Collection Of Documents Not Hitherto Published, And Notes Of Trim And Its Environs For Past Two Centuries – 1886  – 44 pages

88. The Whole Proceedings Of The Siege Of Drogheda : To Which Is Added, A True Account Of The Siege Of London-Derry – 1736  – 202 pages

89.-90. 2 Volumes: Excursions Through Ireland (Province Of Leinster) Comprising Topographical And Historical Delineations Of Each Province; Together With Descriptions Of The Residences Of The Nobility And Gentry, Remains Of Antiquity, And Every Other Object Of Interest Or Curiosity. Forming A Complete Guide For The Traveller And Tourist – 1820  – Total Of 481 pages

91. Notes And Gleanings Relating To The County Of Wexford, In Its Past And Present Condition – 1868  – 205 pages

92. History And Description Of Santry And Cloghran Parishes, County Dublin – 1883  – 149 pages

93. The History And Antiquities Of Tallaght In The County Of Dublin – 1899  – 165 pages

94. The History Of The Mercers Charitable Hospital In Dublin, To The End Of The Year 1742. With Notes And An Appendix – 1860  – 51 pages

95. The Dead-Watchers, And Other Folk-Lore Tales Of Westmeath – 1891  – 81 pages

96. Funeral Custom In The Baronies Of Bargy And Forth, County Wexford – 7 pages

97. Annals Of The Theatre Royal, Dublin, From Its Opening In 1821 To Its Destruction By Fire, February, 1880 : With Occasional Notes And Observations – 1880  – 279 pages

Table of Contents – Munster/Connaught disc

1. Reports And Returns Relating To Evictions In The Kilrush Union – Details Of 1680 Families – Stating, The Name Of The Head Of The Household, Number In The Family (Males Females) Etc – 1849  – 57 Pages

2. Return Of Over 2,500 Deaths. With The Name, Age, Sex, Cause Of Death, Date Of Death, Date Of Admission, With The Observation Of Medical Officer On Each Case, In The Kilrush And Ennistymon Workhouses, Hospitals, Infirmaries, And Auxilaries, From The 25th Day Of March 1850 Until The 25th Day Of March 1851, With The Name, Age, Sex, Cause Of Death, Date Of Death, Date Of Admission, With The Observation Of Medical Officer On Each Case – 184 pages

3. The Post Cromwellian Inhabitants Of Tipperary – Hearth Tax Returns for 1666 With The names of Over 1,000 Householders – 24 pages

4. Gleanings In The West Of Ireland – Conditions And Management In The Limerick, Kilruah, Ennis, Gort, Ballinasloe, Galway, Clifden, Westport, Castlebar, Ballina and Tuam Union Workhouses  – 1850  – 267 pages

5. Correspondence Between The Poor Law Commissioners Of Ireland And Their Inspectors,  Relative To The Statements Contained In An Extract From A Book, Entitled ‘Gleanings In The West Of Ireland’ – 1850  – 61 pages

6. The Investigation Into The Condition Of The Children In The Cork Workhouse; With An Analysis Of The Evidence – 1859  – 75 pages

7. A List Of 2,857 Names Of Persons Returned By The Several Collectors Of Barony Cess, The Northern & Southern Riding In The County Of Tipperary, To Serve As Petty Jurors, And Forwarded To The Magistrates For Revision ; Also, The Names Returned By The Magistrates, After Revision, To The Sheriff, For The Year 1845 – Includes Christian And Surnames, Barony, District, And Place In Which The Men Live. Title, Quality, Calling, Or Business. Qualification, Whether Freehold Or Leasehold, Merchant, Freeman Or Householder – 1846  – 39 pages

8. Annual Report Of The County Of Tipperary Protestant Orphan Society – Includes: A List 591 Orphans & Apprentices Who Had Been Under The Care Of The Society From 1836 To 1856, Detailing Their Names, Date Of Admission, Occupation Of Deceased Parent, Place From Whence Taken & Observations – 1862  – 57 pages

9. The Register Of The Parish Of The Holy Trinity (Christ Church), Cork, From July, 1643, To February, 1668, With Extracts From The Parish Books, From 1664 To 1668 – 1877  – 32 pages

10. The County And City Of Cork Post Office General Directory, 1842-3, : Containing The Names, Seats And Post Towns Of The Nobility, Gentry & Clergy Of The County At Large Alphabetically Arranged, The Late Revision Of Numbers Of Houses In The City, With The Names And Professions Of The Citizens, And The Municipal Boundries Of The Borough According To Act Of Parliament. Also, A New Directory Of The Several Streets, Quays, Places And Lanes etc. – 166 pages

11. The Council Book Of The Corporation Of Youghal, From 1610 To 1659, From 1666 To 1687, And From 1690 To 1800 / Edited From The Original With Annals And Appendices Compiled From Public And Private Records – 1878  – 704 pages

12. Church And Parish Records Of The United Diocese Of Cork, Cloyne, And Ross, Comprising The Eventful Period In The Church’s History Of The Forty Years From A.d. 1863, To The Present Time – 1903  – 360 pages

13.-16 4 Volumes: Historical And Topographical Notes, Etc. On Buttevant, Castletownroche, Doneraile, Mallow, And Places In Their Vicinity – 1905 – Total Of 1,723 pages

17. The West Of Ireland: Its Existing Condition, And Prospects – 1862  – 400 pages

18. A Visit To Connaught In The Autumn Of 1847: A Letter Addressed To The Central Relief Committee Of The Society Of Friends, Dublin … With Notes Of A Subsequent Visit To Erris And Evictions – 1848  – 71 pages

19. Who Burnt Cork City? A Tale Of Arson, Loot, And Murder. The Evidence Of Over Seventy Witnesses – 1921  – 68 pages

20. The Council Book Of The Corporation Of Kinsale, From 1652 To 1800. From The Original, With Annals And Appendices Compiled From Public And Private Records – 1879  – 555 pages

21. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Clare : With Observations On The Means Of Improvement – 1808  – 406 pages

22. A Narrative Of What Passed At Killalla, In The County Of Mayo, And The Parts Adjacent, During The French Invasion In The Summer Of 1798 – 1800  – 179 pages

23. Notes On The Early History Of The Dioceses Of Tuam, Killalla And Achonry – 1904  – 422 pages

24. The History And Antiquities Of The Diocese Of Kilmacduagh – 1893  – 495 pages

25. Sligo And The Enniskilleners From 1688-1691 – 1882  – 217 pages

26. The History Of The Town And Country Of The Town Of Galway : From The Earliest Period To The Present Time, Embellished With Several Engravings, To Which Is Added, A Copious Appendix, Containing The Principal Charters And Other Original Documents: Including A Survey And Valuation Of Houses With A Detailed Description Of Each Property, Over 150 Names Of Proprieters In 1640 (Irish Papists) And  English Protestant Proprieters Of The Same Properties In 1657 – 1820  – 405 pages

27. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Leitrim: With Observations On The Means Of Improvement – 1802  – 129 pages

28. The History Of The County Of Mayo To The Close Of The Sixteenth Century – 1908  – 467 pages

29.-30. 2 Volumes: The History Of Sligo Town And County – 1889 – Total Of 1,181 pages

31. The South Isles Of Aran – 1887  – 117 pages

32. A Report Of Trials Under A Special Commission For The County Of Clare, Held At Ennis, January 1848 – 214 pages

33. A Descriptive And Historic Guide Through St. Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick – 1887  – 75 pages

34.-36 3 Volumes Clerical And Parochial Records Of Cork, Cloyne, And Ross : Taken From Diocesan And Parish Registries, Mss. In The Principal Libraries And Public Offices Of Oxford, Dublin, And London, And From Private Or Family Papers – 1864  – Total Of 1,361 pages

37. The Council Book Of The Corporation Of The City Of Cork : From 1609 To 1643, And From 1690 To 1800, Edited From The Original, With Annals And Appendices Compiled From Public And Private Records – 1876  – 1,221 pages

38. The Diocesan History Of Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert, And Kilmacduagh – 1886  – 145 pages

39. The Diocese Of Limerick, Ancient And Medieval – 1906  – 502 pages

40. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Roscommon – 1832  – 701 pages

41. The Social State Of The Southern And Eastern Counties Of Ireland In The Sixteenth Century: Being The Presentments Of The Gentlemen, Commonalty, And Citizens Of Carlow, Cork, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford And Wexford, Made In The Reigns Of Henry Viii. And Elizabeth. Printed From The Originals In The Public Record Office, London. – 1870  – 289 pages

42. History, Antiquities, And Present State Of The Parishes Of Ballysadare And Kilvarnet In The County Of Sligo; With Notices Of The O’haras, The Coopers, The Percevals And Other Local Families – 1878  – 553 pages

43. The Antient And Present State Of The County Of Kerry : Being A Natural, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Historical, And Topographical Description Thereof. Illustrated With Remarks Made On The Baronies, Parishes, Towns, Villages, Seats, Mountains, Rivers, Harbours, Bays, Roads, Medicinal Waters, Fossils, Animals And Vegetables; With Useful Notes And Observations, On The Further Improvement Of This Part Of Ireland – 1756  – 424 pages

44. Annals Of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork : Compiled From Records In The British Museum; The Bodleian Library, Oxford; The Public Record Office, London; The Chapter Book Of The Cathedral; The Council Books Of The Corporation Of Cork; And Other Authentic Sources – 1871  – 142 pages

45. The Ancient And Present State Of The County And City Of Waterford : Containing A Natural, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Historical And Topographical Description Thereof – 1774  – 402 pages

46. Caherconlish – History And Antiquities – 57 pages

47. Parish Of Cill-Na-Martra; Its Ancient Topography And Traditions – 35 pages

48. History Of Clare And The Dalcassian Clans Of Tipperary, Limerick, And Galway, With An Ancient And A Modern Map – 1893  – 408 pages

49. A Statistical And Agricultural Survey Of The County Of Galway – 1824  – 659 pages

50. Francis Guy’s County And City Of Cork Directory For 1875 – 1876 Comprising: County Directory, Arranged In Postal Districts. Street, Suburban, Commercial And General Alphabetical Directory City Of Cork. General Alphabetical Directory Of County. General And Local Information. Parishes And Townlands, Their Area And Valuation. Official Directory. Statistics Of The County And City. Banking Directory. Postal Directory. Conveyance Directory. Port Of Cork, With Pilot And Towing Rates, Ecclesiastical Directory. Poor Law Unions And Registrars’ Districts. Boards Of Guardians Alphabetical List Of Townlands, Demesnes, Etc. Topographical Notices – 776 pages

51. The History, Topography And Antiquities Of The County And City Of Waterford; With An Account Of The Present State Of The Peasantry Of That Part Of The South Of Ireland – 1824  – 429 pages

52. Irish Historical Allusions, Curious Customs And Superstitions, County Of Kerry, Corkaguiny – 1916  – 107 pages

53. The History And Topography Of The County Of Clare : From The Earliest Times To The Beginning Of The 18th Century, With Maps And Illustrations – 1893  – 693 pages

54. Notes Respecting The Church Of St. Peter, Parish Of Ballymodan – 1874  – 53 pages

55. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Mayo – 1802  – 182 pages

56. The Truth About The Mitchelstown Massacre : Being A Reprint Of The Speech Of John Dillon Mp, In The House Of Commons, On 12th September, 1887, With Appendices – 30 pages

57. National Monuments, Ireland : Historical And Descriptive Notes, With Plans &c. Of The Ecclesiastical Remains At Sligo Abbey, Co. Sligo – 1914  – 17 pages

58. History Of Clonmel – 1907  – 531 pages

59. Lough Corrib, Its Shores And Islands; With Notices Of Lough Mask – 1867  – 315 pages

60. Historical And Descriptive Notices Of The City Of Cork And Its Vicinity : Gougann-Barra, Glengariff, And Killarney – 1839  – 417 pages

61. Limerick: Its History And Antiquities, Ecclesiastical, Civil, And Military, From The Earliest Ages, With Copious Historical, Archaeological, Topographical, And Genealogical Notes And Illustrations; Maps, Plates, And Appendices, Etc. Compiled From The Ancient Annals, The Most Authentic Ms. And Printed Records, Recent Researches, Etc., Etc. – 1866  – 797 pages

62.-63. 2 Volumes: The Ancient And Present State Of The County And City Of Cork. Containing A Natural, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Historical, And Topographical Description Thereof – 1893  – Total Of 858 pages

64. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Sligo – 1802  – 134 pages

65. The New Hand-Book For Youghal : Containing Notes And Records Of The Ancient Religious Foundations, And The Historical Annals Of The Town – 1858  – 110 pages

66. The Place-Names Of Decies – 1907  – 527 pages

67. The Cork Remembrancer: Being An Historical Register. Containing A Chronological Account Of All The Remarkable Battles, Sieges, Conspiracies, Invasions, Rebellions, Executions, Fires, Plagues, Earthquakes Comets, Storms, Revolutions, And Other Memorable Occurrences, That Have Happened Since The Creation To The Present Year, 1783 – 237 pages

68. The Book Of County Tipperary. A Manual And Directory, Etc. – 1889  – 418 pages

69. Kerry – With Illustrations From Photographs – 1907  – 283 pages

70. Dublin, Cork, And South Of Ireland : A Literary, Commercial, And Social Review Past & Present; : With A Description Of Leading Mercantile Houses And Commercial Enterprises. : With Illustrated And Descriptive Tour – 1892  – 327 pages

71. The Diocese Of Killaloe From The Reformation To The Close Of The Eighteenth Century, Etc – 1878  – 604 pages

72. Parochial History Of Waterford And Lismore During The 18th And 19th Centuries – 1912  – 311 pages

73. Selections From Old Kerry Records, Historical And Genealogical, With Introductory Memoir, Notes, And Appendix – 1872  – 338 pages

74. The Limerick Directory : Containing Accurate And Complete Lists Of All The Persons In Commission, Office, Employment Or Business In The City. To Which Is Added A Schedule Of The City Duties, Tolls And Customs, Water Bailiffs Fees, &c. The Whole Forming A Necessary And Useful Companion For Those Who Have Any Knowledge Of, Or Connexion With The City – 1769  – 52 pages

75. Limerick And Its Sieges – 1890  – 215 pages

76. The History Of Bandon, And The Principal Towns In The West Riding Of County Cork – 1869  – 580 pages

77. The Recollections Of Skeffington Gibbon, From 1796 To The Present Year, 1829 : Being An Epitome Of The Lives And Characters Of The Nobility And Gentry Of Roscommon; The Genealogy Of Those Who Are Descended From The Kings Of Connaught – 1829  – 171 pages

78. The Story Of An Irish Sept : Their Character & Struggle To Maintain Their Lands In Clare – 1896  – 368 pages

79. Ballintubber Abbey, Co. Mayo: Notes On Its History – 1904  – 24 pages

80. Record Of The North Cork Regiment Of Militia, With Sketches Extracted From History Of The Times In Which Its Services Were Required, From 1793 To 1880 – 1886  – 122 pages

81. A Forgotten Part Of Ireland (Achill Island) – 1910  – 177 pages

82. The Black Book Of Limerick – 1907  – 306 pages

83. Two Months At Kilkee, A Watering Place In The County Clare, Near The Mouth Of The Shannon, With An Account Of A Voyage Down That River From Limerick To Kilrush, And Sketches Of Objects Of Interest In The Neighbourhood – 1836  – 256 pages

84.-85. 2 Volumes: History Of The County And City Of Cork – 1861 – Total Of 976 pages

86. The Great Charter Of The Liberties Of The City Of Waterford : With Explanatory Notes. To Which Is Added, A List Of The Mayors, Bailiffs, & Sheriffs From 1377-1806 –  1806  – 118 pages

87. Killarney Legends – 1879  – 307 pages

88. On The History And Antiquities Of The Parish Of Dunmore, In The Baronies Of Dunmore And Ballymoe, Co. Galway. – 41 pages

89. The Paish Of Kilshannig And Manor Of Newberry, Co. Cork – 20 pages

90. Tales Of The Fairies And Of The Ghost World, Collected From The Oral Tradition In South-West Munster – 1895  – 206 pages

91. Connemara And The Neighbouring Spots Of Beauth And Interest : Being Notes On Achill Island, Cashel, Cleggan, Clifden, Clonbur, Cong, Corcomroe Abbey, Delphi Doon Galway Inniscrone Kilfenora, Killaries, Kille Kylemore, Lenane Letterfrack, Lisdoonvarna Maam Newport New Quay (Co Clare) Reces, Renvile, Salruck Sligo Westport Etc With Remarks On Sea And Fresh Water Fishing, Irish Character, Archaeology, Botany Etc – 1906  – 373 pages

Table of Contents – Ulster disc

1.-4. 4 Volumes: The History Of Ulster From The Earliest Times To The Present Day – 1919 – Total Of 1,154 pages

5. Marriage Register Of The Presbyterian Congregation Of Banbridge, County Down, 1756-1794 – 10 pages

6. A List Of (Presbyterian) Marriages Copied From The Session-Book Of The Congregation Of Armagh, 1707-1728 – 7 pages

7. Details Of 134 Merchants In The High Street Of Belfast At The Beginning Of The Nineteenth Century – 11 pages

8. Historic Memorials Of The First Presbyterian Church Of Belfast : Prepared In Connection With The Centennial Of Its Present Meeting House – Includes Baptismal Register, 1757-1790 & Funeral Register, 1712-1736 – 1887  – 124 pages

9.-13. 5 Volumes:An Historical Account Of The Diocese Of Down And Connor – 1878 – Total Of 2,904 pages

14. The Town Book Of The Corporation Of Belfast, 1613-1816 – 1892  – 373 pages

15. Ballyshannon : Its History And Antiquities : With Some Account Of The Surrounding Neighbourhood – 1879  – 144 pages

16. The History And Antiquities Of The County Of The Town Of Carrickfergus, From The Earliest Records Till 1839. Also, A Statistical Survey Of Said County – 1909  – 529 pages

17. An Ancient Irish Parish Past And Present: Being The Parish Of Donaghmore, County Down – 1914  – 411 pages

18. Armagh Clergy And Parishes : Being An Account Of The Clergy Of The Church Of Ireland In The Diocese Of Armagh, From The Earliest Period, With Historical Notices Of The Several Parishes, Churches, &c. – 1911  – 495 pages

19.-20. 2 Vollumes:  The History Of Enniskillen With Reference To Some Manors In Co. Fermanagh : And Other Local Subjects – Total Of 727 pages

21. History Of Magherafelt – Includes The Names Of 625 Residents in 1766 & A List Of Occupiers In The 1837 Valuation List – 1916  – 137 pages

22.-23. 2 Volumes: Statistical Survey Of The County Of Antrim – 1812 – Total Of 785 pages

24. The Island Of Tory; Its History And Antiquities – 40 pages

25. Sketches Of The Highlands Of Cavan, And Of Shirley Castle, In Farney, Taken During The Irish Famine – 1856  – 314 pages

26. The Bloody Bridge, And Other Papers Relating To The Insurrection Of 1641 – 1903  – 335 pages

27. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Armagh – 1804 – 457 pages

28. St. Mary’s Of Grey-Abbey, County Down, Ireland, As Existing In The Year A.D. 1874 – 37 pages

29. The History Of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh – 1880  – 168 pages

30. A History Of The County Of Down : From The Most Remote Period To The Present Day : Including An Account Of Its Early Colonization, Ecclesiastical, Civil, And Military Polity, Geography, Topography, Antiquities And Natural History – 1875  – 723 pages

31. A History Of The Siege Of Londonderry, And Defence Of Enniskillen, In 1688 And 1689 – 1844  – 244 pages

32. The History Of The Town Of Belfast, With An Accurate Account Of Its Former And Present State : To Which Are Added A Statistical Survey Of The Parish Of Belfast And A Description Of Some Remarkable Antiquities In Its Neighborhood – 1823  – 318 pages

33. Clogher Clergy And Parishes : Being An Account Of The Clergy Of The Church Of Ireland In The Diocese Of Clogher, From The Earliest Period, With Historical Notices Of The Several Parishes, Churches, Etc – 1929  – 321 pages

34. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Donegal – 1802  – 141 pages

35. The Annals Of Derry : Showing The Rise And Progress Of The Town From The Earliest Accounts On Record To The Plantation Under King James I, 1613 : And Thence Of The City Of Londonderry To The Present Time – 1847  – 285 pages

36.-37. 2 Volumes: History Of The Presbyterian Church In Ireland : Comprising The Civil History Of The Province Of Ulster, From The Accession Of James The First : With A Preliminary Sketch Of The Progress Of The Reformed Religion In Ireland During The Sixteenth Century, And An Appendix Consisting Of Original Papers – 1837 – Total Of 1,002 pages

38. Derry Columbkille : Souvenir Of The Centenary Celebrations In Honour Of St. Columba, In The Long Tower Church, Derry, 1897-99 – 216 pages

39. Down And Its Parish Church – 1907  – 129 pages

40. Historical Sketches Of Monaghan, From The Earliest Records To The Fenian Movement – 1895  – 146 pages

41. The History Of The Two Ulster Manors Of Finagh, In The County Of Tyrone, And Coole, Otherwise Manor Atkinson, In The County Of Fermanagh, And Of Their Owners – 1903  – 489 pages

42. The Ulster Land War Of 1770. (The Hearts Of Steel) – 1910  – 170 pages

43. Two Centuries Of Life In Down 1600-1800 – 1820  – 495 pages

44. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Cavan – 1802  – 376 pages

45. Six Hundred Gaelic Proverbs Collected In Ulster – 54 pages

46. An Historical Account Of The Plantation In Ulster At The Commencement Of The Seventeenth Century, 1608-1620 – 1877  – 634 pages

47. Some Records Of The Monaghan Regiment Of Militia, From Its Being Raised In 1793, To The Present Period, January, 1871 – 75 pages

48. Historical Memoirs Of The City Of Armagh – 1900  – 506 pages

49. Highways And Byways In Donegal And Antrim – 1903  – 326 pages

50. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Monaghan – 1801  – 306 pages

51. Parliamentary Memoirs Of Fermanagh, 1630-1885 – 1887  – 368 pages

52. The Estate Of The Diocess Of Derry: From The Original Ms. Entitled “The Ulster Visitation Book, 1622″ – 1895  – 70 pages

53. The Parish Of Shankhill – 9 pages

54. Sketches In Erris And Tyrawly – 1841  – 426 pages

55. Walks Among The Poor Of Belfast, And Suggestions For Their Improvement – 1853  – 316 pages

56. Illustrations, Historical And Genealogical, Of King James’s Irish Army List, 1689 – 1855 – 984 pages

57. The French Settlers In Ireland. The Huguenot Colony At Lisburn, County Of Antrim – 121 pages

58. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Down – 1802  – 346 pages

59. The Actions Of The Enniskillen-Men : From Their First Taking Up Arms In 1688, In Defence Of The Protestant Religion, Their Lives And Liberties, To The Landing Of Duke Schomberg In Ireland – 1813  – 100 pages

60. The Island Of Tiree – 13 pages

61. The Historical Record Of The 27th Inniskilling Regiment, From The Period Of Its Institution As A Volunteer Corps, Till The Present Time With An Appendix, Roll Of Colonels, Roll Of Present Officers – 1876  – 184 pages

62. The Confiscation Of Ulster In The Reign Of James The First, Commonly Called The Ulster Plantation – 1846  – 255 pages

63. Old Belfast Signboards. With Some Notes On Their Social, Historical, And Literary Connections – 23 pages

64. Derry And Enniskillen In The Year 1689. The Story Of Some Famous Battle-Fields In Ulster – 1913  – 428 pages

65. Historical Notices Of Old Belfast And Its Vicinity : A Selection From The Mss. Collected By William Pinkerton, F.s.a., For His Intended History Of Belfast, Additional Documents, Letters, And Ballads, O’mellan’s Narrative Of The Wars Of 1641, Biography Of Mary Ann M’cracken, Now First Printed – 1896  – 309 pages

66. Statistical Survey Of The County Of Tyrone – 1802  – 321 pages

67. Ulster In ’98. Episodes And Anecdotes Now First Printed – 1893  – 101 pages

68. Surnames In The County Of Down – 15 pages

69. Enniskillen Long Ago. An Historic Sketch Of The Parish Of “Inishkeene In Lacu Ernensi,” Now Called Enniskillen, In The Diocese Of Clogher – 1878  – 166 pages

70. Mackenzie’s Memorials Of The Siege Of Derry : Including His Narrative And Its Vindication ; With An Introduction And Notes – 1861  – 111 pages

71. History Of The Rise And Progress Of Belfast : And Annals Of The County Antrim From The Earliest Period Till The Present Time. Compiled From The Most Authentic Records – 1846  – 181 pages

72. A Dialect Of Donegal : Being The Speech Of Meenawannia In The Parish Of Glenties : Phonology And Texts – 1906  – 252 pages

73. Report From The Select Committee On Destitution (Gweedore And Cloughaneely) – 1858  – 494 pages

74. An Historical Account Of The Macdonnells Of Antrim : Including Notices Of Some Other Septs, Irish And Scottish – 1873  – 515 pages