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RICHARDI STANIHURSTI Dubliniensis de Rebus in Hibernia 120 gestis, Libri quattuor. 4to.

Antverpiæ. 1584. 66 A new Description of Ireland, by Barnabe Rich, Gent. 4to. London.

1610. An Itinerary written by Fynes Moryson, Gent. (Part III. Book III. C. 5. contains a Description of Ireland.) folio.

1617. 88 Historiæ Catholicæ Iberniæ Compendium, a Philippo Osullevano. 4to.

Ulyssipone, 1621. 16 Florilegium Insulæ Sanctorum, seu Vitæ et Acta Sanctorum Hiberniæ, a Thoma Messinghamo. folio.

Parisiis. 1624. 40 Resolution courageuse et louable, de la Comtesse de Tirconel, Irland

oise, traduicte d'Espagnol en Francois par Pierre de Cadenet. 12mo.

Paris. 1628. 23 De Regno Hiberniæ Sanctorum Insula Commentarius, Authore D. Petro Lombardo. 4to.

Lovanii. 1632, 132 Pacata Hibernia. Ireland appeased and reduced, or, an Historie of the late Warres of Ireland. folio.

London. 1633. 68 Two Battles fought in the Kingdome of Ireland, &c. 4to. London.

1647. The whole Proceedings of the Siege of Drogheda, written by Nicholas Bernard, Deane of Ardagh. 4to.

London. 1642. New Intelligence from Ireland. 4to.

London. 1642. An Ordinance of the Commons &c. concerning the Qualifications of

the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, who shall be admitted to sit in Parliament. 4to.

Dublin. 1647. Articles of Agreement, between James Lord Marq. of Ormand, and the Commissioners from the Parliament of England. 4to. Dublin.

1647. Very good Newes from Ireland, of three great Victories obtained against the Rebels. 4to.

London. 1647.

68 A gallant Victory obtained by the Lord Inchiqueen against the Rebels, at Capogh-Queen. 4to.

London. 1647. A true Relation of a great Victory obtained by the Forces under the

Command of the Lord Inchiquine in Munster, 4to. London. 1647. A great and glorious Victory obtained by the Lord Inchequin, not far from the Castle of Conmell.

1647. A Copy of a Remonstrance setting forth the sad Condition of the

Army under the Lord Baron of Inchequine. 4to. London. 1647 The bloody Diurnall from Ireland. 4to.

London. 1647 A bloody Fight at Balrud-Derry. 4to.

London. 1647. The successfull Proceedings of the Army commanded by Collonel

Michael Jones, against the Rebels in Ireland. 4to. London. 1647. News from Dublin relating how Colonell Jones fell upon the Rebells, , &c. 4to.

London. 1647 A full Account of the Taking of Roche Castle, together with St. Patricks Cathedral. 4to.

London. 1647. More Victories obtained in Ireland by the Lord Inchiquine. 4to.

London, 1647. A Diary and Relation of Passages in, and about Dublin. 4to. London.

1647. A perfect Narrative of the Battell of Knocknones. 4to. London. 1647. A great Fight in the Kingdome of Ireland, &c. 4to. London. 1647. The victorious Proceedings of the Protestant Armie in Ireland under Maj. Gen. Jones. 4to.

London. 1647.
A mighty Victory over the Irish Rebels obtained by Colonell Jones at
Lynceyes Knock. 4to.

Dublin. 1647.
Villare Hibernicum ; by W. Griffyth, Esq. 4to.
The Journal of the Siege of Lymerick, from the first of August, 1690,

to the Time of raising the Siege. 4to.
An Account of the Nature, Situation, natural Strength, &c. of the se-

veral Cities and Garrison-Towns in Ireland, that are still possessed
by the Forces of the late King James, &c. 4to.

London. A Narrative of the Siege of London-Derry, by John Mackenzie. 4to. (see No. 100.)

London. 1690. The Indictment and Arraignment of John Price, Esq. late ReceiverGeneral in Ireland. 4to.

London. 1689. An Account of the Transactions in the North of Ireland, Anno Domini 1691. 4to.

London. 1692.

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68 A Journal of the three Months royal Campaign of his Majesty in Ireland, by Samuel Mullenaux, M. D. 4to.

London. 1690. A Diary of the Siege and Surrender of Lymerick :' with the Articles at large, both civil and military. 4to.

London. 1692. A Remonstrance of divers remarkeable Passages concerning the Church and Kingdome of Ireland. 4to.

London. 1642. 27 Irelands naturall History, written by George Boate, and now published by Samuel Hartlib, Esq. 12mo.

London. 1652. 101 Samuel Hartlib his Legacie: or an Enlargement of the Discourse of

Husbandry used in Brabant and Flaunders, &c. with an Appendix. 4to.

London. 1652. 116 An Appendix to the Legacie of Husbandry, &c. with an Interrogatorie,

relating more particularly to the Husbandry and naturall History of Ireland. 4to.

1652. 61 De Hibernia et Antiquitatibus ejus, Disquisitiones, Authore Jacobo Waræo, Equ. Aur. 8vo.

Londini. 1654. Jac. Waræi Disquisitiones, &c. Editio secunda. 8vo. Londini. 1658. 42 Initium, Incrementa, et Exitus Familiæ Geraldinorum in Hybernia, ac

Persecutionis Hæreticorum Descriptio. 12mo. Ulyssippone. 1655. 1 Cambrensis eversus, seu potius Historica Fides, in rebus Hybernicis,

Giraldo Cambrensi abrogata ; a Gratiano Lucio. folio. 1662. 32 Histoire naturelle d'Irlande, traduit de l'Anglois de Gerard,-Boate.

Paris. '1666. 89 Lyra sive Anacephalæosis Hibernica, Authore R. D. Thoma Carve. 4to.

Sulzbaci. 1666. 41 The present State of Ireland. 12mo.

London. 1673. 99 Ogygia : seu, rerum Hibernicarum Chronologia, Authore Roderico O Flaherty, Arm. 4to.

Londini. 1685. 29 Histoire monastique d'Irlande. 12mo.

Paris. 1690. 100 A faithful History of the Northern Affairs of Ireland, from the late K.

James Accession, to the Siege of Londonderry. 4to. London. 1690. A Letter from Duke Schomberge's Canp, giving an Account of the

Condition of the English and Irish Army. 4to. London. 1689. The Mantle thrown off: or, the Irish-Man dissected. 4to. London.

1689. Mephibosheth and Ziba : or, the Appeal of the Protestants of Ireland to the King, concerning the Settlement of that Kingdom. 4to.

London. 1689.


100 The Proposal for sending back the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland, &c. 4to.

Landon. 1690. Sir St. John Brodrick's Vindication of himself, from the Aspersions

cast on him, in a Pamphlet written by Sir Rich. Buckley, entituled, “ The Proposal for sending back the Nobility, &c.” 4to.

1690. Animadversions on the Proposal for sending back the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland. 4to.

London. 1690. 103 A Continuation of the impartial History of the Wars of Ireland, by George Story. 4to.

London, 1693. 121 An Account of the Transactions in the North of Ireland, Anno Domini 1691, &c. 4to.

London. 1692. 129 A List of the Claims as they are entred with the Trustees at Chichester-House on College Green Dublin. folio.

Dublin. 1701. 90 An Account of the Houses and Hearths in Dublin, for the Years 1696,

1697, by Captain South. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 261.") 1700. A List of all the Seamen, Fishermen, and Seafaringmen, of what kind

soever in the Kingdom of Ireland 1697, by Capt. South. (“ Phil. “ Trans. No. 261.")

1700. An Account of the Romish Clergy in Ireland, according to a Return

made April 1698, communicated by Capt. South. (“ Phil. Trans. “ No. 261.")

1700. A Translation of the Irish Preface to Mr. Lhuyd's Irish Dictionary. 8vo.

1706. 65 A short History of the Attempts that have been made to convert the

Popish Natives of Ireland to the establish'd Religion, by John
Richardson. 8vo.

London. 1713. 116 A Letter of Mr. Francis Nevile, giving an Account of some large

Teeth lately dug up in the North of Ireland. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. 6 No. 346.")

1715. Remarks upon the aforesaid Letter and Teeth, by Thomas Molyneux, M.D. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 346.")

1715. 90 Hesperi-neso-graphia: or, a Description of the Western Isle, in eight Canto's, by W. M. 12mo.

London. 1716. Hesperi-neso-graphia, &c. 12mo.

Dublin. 1735. 55 Sir Wm. Petty's political Survey of Ireland. 8vo.

London. 1719 110 An Account of a Parhelion seen in Ireland, in two Letters from Arthur Dobbs, Esq. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 372.")


62 Descriptio Regni Hiberniæ Sanctorum Insulæ, et de prima Origine

Miseriarum et Motuum in Anglia, Scotia, et Hibernia, regnante
Carolo Primo Rege, per R. P. F. Antonium Prodinum. 4to. Roma.

1721. 52 Monasticum Hibernicum, or the Monastical History of Ireland. (by Capt. Stevens.) 8vo.

London. 1722. 90 A Letter from Dr. Anthony Raymond, giving soine Account of the Monarchs and ancient State of Ireland. 8vo.

Dublin. 1723. 139 The general History of Ireland, &c. collected by Jeoffry Keating,

D. D. faithfully translated from the original Irish by Dermo'd
O'Connor. folio.

Dublin. 1723. 57 The Irish Historical Library, by William, Lord Bishop of Derry. 8vo.

Dublin. 1724. 56 Another Copy of the Irish Historical Library, with MSS. Notes. 58 Another Copy of the Irish Historical Library, with R. Thoreshy's

MSS. Notes. 68 A Letter of Sir Henry Tichborne of the Siege of Tredagh, and other Passages of the Wars of Ireland where he commanded. 4to.

Dublin. 1724. 116 The present State of the Tillage in Ireland considered, by S. P. 8vo.

Dublin. 1725. 138 The Peerage of Ireland, by Aaron Crossly, with MSS. Additions. folio.

Dublin. 1725. 38 A geographicall Description of the Kingdom of Ireland, by Francis

Lamb. 37 Synopsis Stirpium Hibernicarum alphabetice dispositarum, Auctore Caleb Threlkeld, M. D. 12mo.

Dublin. 1726. 59 An Act for the more effectual Preventing several Frauds and Abuses in

Dublin, 1728. His Majesty's Customs and Excise. 8vo. 116 The Benefits which arise to a trading People from navigable Rivers ; to which are added some Considerations on the Origin of Loughs

Dublin. 1729. and Bogs, by John Browne, Esq. 8vo. 59 An Account of Saffron ; the Manner of its Culture, &c. with the Ad

vantages it will be of to this Kingdom ; published by Order of the Dublin Society. 8vo.

Dublin. 1732. 116 Miscellaneous Letters on several Subjects in Philosophy, by Robert

Innes, A. M. 4to. (Letter IV. of Bog-Fir, and the first Planting of

London. 1732.

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