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47 The antient and present State of the County of Down. 8vo. Dublin.

1744. 78 Statistical Survey of the County of Down, drawn up for the Consi

deration, and by Order of the Dublin Society, by the Rev. John Dubourdieu. 8vo.

Dublin. 1802.

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DUBLIN. 19 A true and perfect Relation of a monstrous and prodigious Whale

lately cast on Shore at Rings-end near Dublin. 4to. London. 1679. An anatomical Account of the Elephant accidentally burnt in Dublin, by A. M. Med. 4to.

London. 1682. 90. An Account of the Houses and Hearths in Dublin, for the Years 1696, 1697, communicated by Captain South. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No.

1700. An Account of the Number of People in the City of Dublin, by Captain South. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 261.")

1700. 110 Strange and terrible News from Ireland, or a full and true Relation of

a Maid at Dublin, who being charged with a Thing, solemnly

wished the Divel might burn her if she did it, &c. 4to. The Case of Richard Hartley, A. B. Trin. Col. Dublin. 4to. Dublin.

1713. 35 An Account of the Foundation of the Royal Hospital of King Charles II. near Dublin. 12mo.

Dublin, 1713.' 141 The Smock-Race at Finglas, with some other Poems and Translations. 12mo.

Dublin, 1716. 19 An Answer to Objections against the making of a Bason, with Reasons

for the bettering of the Harbour of Dublin, by Capt. John Perry. 12mo.

Dublin. 1721. 20 The Liffy : a Fable.

Dublin. 1726. An Abridgment of the Statute, i George II. for the better regulating the Work-House of the City of Dublin. 8vo.

Dublin. 1728. By-Laws, Rules and Orders, for the better regulating of HackneyCoaches, Chairs, &c. within the City of Dublin. 8vo. Dublin.

1729. A Description of Dublin. 8vo.

London. 1732.
A brief Account of the Proceedings of the Incorporated Society in

Dublin, for erecting and promoting English Protestant Schools in
Ireland. 8vo.

London. 1735.

8vo,

20. A brief View of the Rise and Progress of the incorporated Society, &c. for promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland. 8vo. Dublin.

1744. The Charter of his Majesty King George II. for erecting and endowing St. Patrick's Hospital, founded by the last Will of Dean Swift.

Dublin. 1746. The great Charter of the Liberties of the City of Dublin, transcribed

and translated into English ; with explanatory Notes, by Charles Lucas. 8vo.

Dublin. 1749. 21 A Collection of Anthems, as the same are now performed in the Ca

thedral Church of St. Patrick, Dublin. 8vo. Dublin. 1745. 104 A Charge given by the Vicar-General of Dublin on the Triennial Vi

sitation of that Province, in the Year 1760. 8vo. Dublin. 176o. 30 A Translation of the Charter and Statutes of Trinity-College, Dublin, by Robert Bolton, A. B. 12mo.

Dublin. 176o.

Dublin. 67 The History and Antiquities of the City of Dublin. 8vo.

1766. 48 An Essay towards a natural History of the County of Dublin, by Jolin Rutty, M. D. Vol. I. 8vo.

Dublin. 1772. 141 Phenix Park: a Poem. 4to.

London. 1772. 110 Lectures concerning History, read during the Year 1775, in Trinity College, by Michael Kearney, D. D. 4to.

London. 1776. 106 Lachrymæ Academicæ ; or, the present deplorable State of the College

of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, &c. by Patrick Duigenan, L. L. D. 8vo.

Dublin. 1777. 26 Chartæ et Statuta Collegii Sacrosanctæ et Individuæ Trinitatis, Reginæ

Elizabethæ, juxta Dublin. 12mo. (vid. No. 30.) Dublinii. 1778.
Views of the most remarkable public Buildings, Monuments and other

Edifices in the City of Dublin, delineated by Robert Pool, and
John Cash. 4to.

Dublin. 1780.
Observations on the Bequest of Henry Flood, Esq. to Trinity College,

Dublin, with a Defence of the ancient History of Ireland, by Sir
Lawrence Parsons, Bart. 8vo.

Dublin. 1795. 70 A View of ancient and modern Dublin, with its Improvements to the Year 1796, by John Ferrar. 8vo.

Dublin. 1796. 71 Statistical Survey of the County Dublin, drawn up for the Consi

deration, and by Order of the Dublin Society, by Lieut. Joseph Archer. 8vo.

Dublin, 1801.

119 Catalogue of Plants in the Dublin Society's Botanic Garden at Glasnevin. 8vo.

Dublin. 1802. 69 An Essay on the Population of Dublin, by the Rev. James Whitelaw, M. R. I. A. 8vo.

Dublin. 1805.

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KERRY. 94 The antient and present State of the County of Kerry, by Charles Smith. 8vo.

Dublin. 1756. 93 Smith's State of the County of Kerry. second Edition. 8vo. Dublin.

1774. 116 Some Remarks towards a full Description of Upper and Lower Lough Lene, near Killarny, (by Richard Barton, B. D.) 4to. Dublin.

1751. 64 Killarney: a Poem, by John Leslie, A. M. 12mo.

Dublin. 1772.

London. 1772. 141 Killarney ; a Poem, by John Leslie, A. M. 4to. A Description of Killarney. 4to.

London. 1776. 12 Illustrations of the Scenery of Killarney and the surrounding Country, by Isaac Weld, Esq. 4to.

London, 1807.

KILKENNY. 33 A Trip to Kilkenny, from Durham. 12mo.

Stockton. 1778. 79 Statistical Observations relative to the County of Kilkenny, by William Tighe. 8vo.

Dublin. 1802

LEITRIM. 73 Statistical Survey of the County Leitrim, drawn up for the Considera

tion and by the Order of the Dublin Society, by James M.Parlan, M.D. 8vo.

Dublin, 1802,

LIMERICK. 68 A Journal of the three Months Royal Campaign of his Majesty in

Ireland, together with a true and perfect Diary of the Siege of
Lymerick, by Samuel Mullenaux, M. D. 4to.

London. 1690.
The Journal of the Siege of Lymerick, from the first of August 1690,

to the Time of raising the Siege ; annexed to Griffith's “ Villare

“ Hibernicum.” 4to. A Diary of the Siege and Surrender of Lymerick, with the Articles at large, both civil and military. 4to.

London. 1692.

68 A true State of the present Affairs of Limerick. 12mo. London. 1726. The civil and military Articles of Limerick. 8vo.

London. 1729. An History of the City of Limerick. 12mo.

Limerick. 1767. 34 An History of the City of Limerick. second Edition. 12mo. Limerick.

1767. 83 The History of Limerick, by J. Ferrar. 8vo.

Limerick. 1787.

LONDONDERRY.

68 A Narrative of the Siege of London-Derry, by John Mackenzie, or

the late memorable Transactions of that City. 4to. London. 1690. The Christian Champion: or a second Sermon, preached to the be

sieged Protestant Soldiers in London-Derry, by Collonel Walker. 4to.

1689. A true Account of the Siege of London-Derry, by the Reverend Mr. George Walker. 4to.

London. 1689. A Sermon preached before the Garrison of London-Derry, in the extremity of the Siege, by the Rev. Mr. Seth Whittle. 4to. London.

1690. 100 Dr. Walker's invisible Champion foyld: or an Appendix to the late Narrative of the Siege of Derry, by John Mackenzie. 4to. London.

1690. A true and impartial Account of the most material Passages in Ireland,

since December 1688; with a particular Relation of the Forces of London-Derry. 4to.

London. 1689. A true Account of the Siege of London-Derry, by Mr. George Walker. the third Edition corrected. 4to.

London. 1689. A faithful History of the Northern Affairs &c. to the Siege of London

derry, giving a true Account of the Occasions of the Miscarriages there. 4to.

London, 1690. A Vindication of the true Account of the Siege of Derry, by Mr. George Walker. 4to.

London. 1689. An Apology for the Failures charg'd on the Rev. Mr. George Walker's printed Account of the late Siege of Derry, &c. 4to. London.

1689. Reflections on a Paper pretending to be An Apology for the Failures

charged on Mr. Walker's Account of the Siege of London-Derry. 4to.

London. 1689.

100 Mr. John Mackenzyes Narrative of the Siege of London-Derry a false

Libel in Defence of Dr. George Walker. 4to. London. 1690.
A Vindication of the Rev. Mr. Alexander Osborn, &c. in which some

Mistakes concerning him, in the printed Account of the Siege of
Derry &c. are rectified, by J. Boyse. 4to.

London. 1690. 140 Ireland preserv’d: or, the Siege of London-Derry, together with the Troubles of the North, written by the then Governour. folio.

London. 1707. 116 Miscellaneous Letters on several Subjects in Philosophy and Astro

nomy, by Robert Innes, A. M. Letter I. contains an Account of the great Variety of Plants, Shell-Stones, &c. in the Parish of Magilligan in the County of Londonderry. 4to.

London. 1732. 128 The whole Proceedings of the Siege of Drogheda : to which is added a

true Account of the Siege of London-Derry. 4to. Dublin. 1736. Statistical Survey of the County of Londonderry, drawn up for the

Consideration, and under the Direction of the Dublin Society, by the Rev. G. Vaughan Sampson, A.B. 8vo.

Dublin.-1802.

LOUTH. 68 The whole Proceedings of the Siege of Drogheda, written by Nicholas Bernard, Deane of Ardagh. 4to.

London, 1642. 128 The whole Proceedings of the Siege of Drogheda, (by Geo. Walker.) 4to.

Dublin. 1736. 90 An Account of the Number of People in the County of Louth, by Captain South. 4to. (“Phil. Trans. No. 261.")

1700. Louthiana : or, an Introduction to the Antiquities of Ireland, in up

wards of ninety Views and Plans, representing the principal Ruins, &c. in the County of Lowth, by Thomas Wright. 4to.

London. 1758.

131

Mayo. 76 Statistical Survey of the County of Mayo, drawn up for the Considera

tion, and under the Direction of the Dublin Society, by James M Parlan, M. D. 8vo.

Dublin. 1802.

MEATH. 90 An Account of the Number of People in the County of Meath, by

Captain South. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 261.")

1700.

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