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59 The Advantage which may arise to the People of Ireland, by raising Flax and Flax-Seed. 8vo.
Dublin. 1732. Instructions for managing Bees; drawn up and published by Order of the Dublin Society. 8vo.
Dublin. 1733. 53 A Defence of the antient Historians : with a particular Application of it to the History of Ireland, &c. by Francis (Hutchinson) Lord
Dublin. 1734. Bishop of Down. 8vo. 127 Botanalogia universalis Hibernica, or, a general Irish Herbal, Authore
Corke. 1735. Joh, K’Eogh, A. B. 4to. 90 An Essay on the Antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland. 8vo. Edin
burgh. 1738. 108 Zoologia medicinalis Hibernica : or, a Treatise of Birds, Fishes, &c. by John K’eogh, A. B. 8vo.
Dublin. 1739. 60 The Question of the Precedency of the Peers of Ireland in England, fairly stated. 8vo.
Dublin. 1739. 133) The Works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland revised and improved, in three Volumes. folio. with Mr. Cole's MSS. Notes.
Dublin. 1739. .135The Works of Sir James Ware, &c. newly translated by Walter Harris, 136 Esq. 2 Vol. folio.
Dublin. 1764. 141 Part of a Letter from Robert Lord Bishop of Corke, concerning the
Remains of an antient Temple in Ireland, of the same Sort as the famous Stonehenge, and of a Stone-Hatchet of the antient Irish. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 471.")
1743. 116 An Account of the Nature and Conditions of a Charter to be granted
for working and manufacturing Mines and Minerals in Ireland, by Mr. O Connor. 8vo.
London. 1745. 60 A Tour through Ireland in several Letters. 8vo.
London. 1748. 59 An humble Address to the Nobility, Gentry, and Free-Holders of the Kingdom of Ireland. 8vo.
Dublin. 1751. The Case of the Infantry in Ireland. 8vo.
Dublin. 1753. An earnest Address to the People of Ireland against the drinking of
spirituous Liquors, by William Henry, D.D. 8vo. Dublin. 1753. 104 Fiction unmasked: or, an Answer to a Dialogue lately published ;
wherein the Causes, Motives and Mischiefs of the Irish Rebellion and Massacres in 1641, are laid thick upon the Protestants, &c. by Walter Harris, Esq. 8vo.
Dublin. 1752. 98 Dissertations on the antient History of Ireland. 8vo.
141 The Hiberniad. 4to.
Dublin. 1754. 118 A natural History of Ireland, in three Parts, by Dr. Gerard Boate, Thomas Molineux, M. D. and others. 4to.
Dublin. 1755. The History of Ireland, by T. Comerford, Esq. 12mo. Dublin. 1755. 110 Hibernica : or, some antient Pieces relating to Ireland. folio. Dublin.
1757. 116 A Letter to the Publick concerning Bogs. 8vo.
Dublin. 1757. 113 Histoire de l'Irlande ancienne et moderne par M. l'Abbe Ma-Geoghegan. Tome premier. 4to.
Paris. 1758. 131 Louthiana: or, an Introduction to the Antiquities of Ireland, by Thomas Wright. 4to.
London. 1758. 90 An Essay on the ancient and modern State of Ireland. 12mo. Dublin.
1760. 50 Hibernia curiosa. A Letter, giving a general View of the Manners, Customs, Dispositions, &c. of the Inhabitants of Ireland. 8vo.
London. 1764. 104 A Scheme for establishing County Poor-Houses, in the Kingdom of Ireland. 8vo.
Dublin, 1766. 51 Dissertations on the History of Ireland, by C. O'Connor, Esq. 8vo.
Dublin. 1766. 122) Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis, published from the MSS. by Major 126 S Charles Vallancey. 6 Vol. 8vo.
Dublin. 1770. 114 An Introduction to the Study of the History and Antiquities of Ireland, by Sylvester O Halloran. 4to.
London. 1772. 90 An Essay on the Antiquity of the Irish Language. 8vo. Dublin. 1772. Occasional Remarks on certain Passages in Dr. Leland's History relative to the Irish Rebellion in 1641. 4to.
London. 1773. 117 A Grammar of the Iberno-Celtic, or Irish Language, by Major Charles Vallancey. 4to.
Dublin. 1773. 84 A Tour in Ireland in 1775, with a Map and a View of the Salmon-Leap at Ballyshannon. 8vo.
London. 1776. 91 A philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland in a Series of Letters to John Watkinson, M. D. 8vo.
London. 1777. 110 Observations on the Round Towers in Ireland and Scotland. 4to. 1779. 107 Cursory Observations on Ireland. 8vo.
Dublin. 1779. 108 A Tour through Ireland. 12mo.
London. 1780. 142 A Tour in Ireland, with general Observations on the present State of
that Kingdom, by Arthur Young, Esq. F.R.S. 4to. London. 1780.
London, 1783. 24 A Tour through Ireland, by Philip Luckombe. 12mo. 121 The proposed System of Trade with Ireland explained. 8vo. London.
1785. 97 The Post-Chaise Companion or Travellers Directory through Ireland, by W. Wilson. 8vo. (see also No. 18.)
Dublin. 1786. 112 Monasticon Hibernicum ; or, an History of the Abbies, Priories, and
other religious Houses in Ireland, by Mervyn Archdall, A. M. 4to.
London. 1786. 13 Historical Memoirs of the Irish Bards, interspersed with Anecdotes of,
and occasional Observations on the Music of Ireland, by Joseph C. Walker. 4to.
London, 1786. 31 The Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, from the Year 1787. us 9 Vol. 4to.
Dublin. 1787–1803. 75 Extracts, relative to the Fisheries on the North-West Coast of Ireland,
from the several Reports of the Committee of the British House of Commons, &c. 8vo.
London. 1787. 15 An historical Essay on the Dress of the ancient and modern Irish; to
which is subjoined a Memoir on the Armour and Weapons of the Irish, by Joseph C. Walker. 4to.
Dublin. 1788. Strictures on the ecclesiastical and literary History of Ireland ; also an
historical Sketch of the Constitution and Government of Ireland, by Thomas Campbell, L. L. D. 8vo.
London. 1790. INT Antiquities of Ireland, by Edward Ledwich, L. L. D. 4to. Dublin.
1790. 2 Antiquities of Ireland, by E. Ledwich, L. L. D. second Edition. 4to.
Dublin. 1803. 105 An Analysis of the History and Antiquities of Ireland, prior to the fifth Century, by William Webb. 8vo.
Dublin. 1791. 14 Memoir of a Map of Ireland ; illustrating the Topography of that
Kingdom, and containing a short Account of its present State, by
London, 1792. 45 Sketches of some of the Southern Counties of Ireland, by G. Holmes. 8vo. (see also No. 46.)
London. 1801. 75 Gleanings in Ireland ; particularly respecting its Agriculture, Mines, and Fisheries, by R. Fraser, Esq. Svo.
London. 1802. Hints for the Improvement of the Irish Fishery, by George N. Whately. 8vo.
22 Muscologiæ Hibernicæ Spicilegium, Auctore Dawson Turner, A. M. 12ino.
Yermutha. 1804. 44 A statistical and historical Inquiry into the Progress and Magnitude of the Population of Ireland, by Thomas Newenbam, Esq. 8vo.
London. 1805. 107 Journal of a Tour in Ireland A. D. 1806, by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart. 8vo.
ANTRIM. 116 An Account of the Giants Causeway, by the Rev. Richard Pococke, L. L. D. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 485.")
1747. Letters addressed to the Electors of the County of Antrim, by a Freeholder. 12mo.
Dublin. 1776. 82 Letters concerning the Northern Coast of the County of Antrim, by the Rev. W. Hamilton, A. M. 8vo.
London. 1786. 75 Voyage a la Cote septentrionale du Comté d'Antrim, et a l'Ile de Raghery, par M. Hamilton, A. M. 8vo.
Paris. 1790. 43 Letters concerning the Northern Coast of the County of Antrim, &c. by the Rev. W. Hamilton, B.D. 8vo.
ARMAGH. 90 An Account of the Number of People in the Counties of Ardmagh,
&c. by Captain South. 4to. “ Phil. Trans. No. 261.") 1700. 116 Lectures in Natural Philosophy, designed, to be a Foundation, for rea
soning pertinently, upon the Petrifactions, Gems, Crystals, and sanative Quality of Lough Neagh, &c. by Richard Barton, B. D. 4to.
CORK. 141 A Relation of the most lamentable Burning of the Cittie of Corke by Thunder and Lightning. 4to.
London. 1622. Pietas Corcagiensis; or, a View of the Green-Coat Hospital and other
charitable Foundations in the Parish of St. Mary Shanon, Corke. 4to.
Cork. 1721. 116 A Letter from Robert Lord Bishop of Corke, concerning an extraor
dinary Skeleton, and of a Man who gave Suck to a Child. 4to. (“ Phil. Trans. No. 461.")
141 An Account of a medical Controversy in the City of Cork. 8vo.
London. 1749. A Letter from a Clergyman in Cork to Philadelphicus. 8vo. Dublin.
1750. 957 The antient and present State of the County and City of Cork, by Charles Smith. 2 Vol. 8vo.
Dublin. 1750. 861 The ancient and present State of the County and City of Cork, by 873 Charles Smith, M. D. the second Edition with Additions. 2 Vol.
Dublin. 1774. 8vo.
DONNEGAL. 64 D. Philippi Osullevani Bearri Iberni Patritiana Decas, sive Libri
decem, quibus de Divi Patritii Vita, Purgatorio, Miraculis, &c. agitur. 4to.
Matriti. 1629. 39 Histoire de la Vie et du Purgatoire de S. Patrice Archevesque et Primat d'Hibernie, par
le R. P. François Boüillon. 12mo. Rouen. 1642. 63 Saint Patricks Purgatory: containing the Description, Originall, Pro
gresse, and Demolition of that superstitious Place, by H. Jones, Bishop of Clogher. 4to.
London. 1647. 25 S. Patricio, qui Hibernos ad fidem Christi convertit, adscripta Opuscula, Opera et Studio Jacobi Waræi, Equ. Aurati. 12mo. Londini.
1656. 102 Teatro delle Glorie e Purgatorio de' viventi del gran Patriarca, ed Apostolo dell' Ibernia S. Patricio. 4to.
Bologna. 166o. 109 Vitæ et Miraculorum Sancti Patricii Hiberniæ Apostoli Epitome, Opera P. Ric. Archdekin. 8vo.
Lovanii. 1671. 36 The delightful History of the Life and Death of that renowned and
famous St. Patrick, Champion of Ireland. 12mo. London. 1685. 109 The Life of the most eminent and truly illustrious Bishop, St. Patrick, &c. 8vo.
Dublin. 1747 Le Trou de Saint Patrice. 12mo.
Dublin. 1774. 77 Statistical Survey of the County of Donegal, drawn up for the Con
sideration, and under the Direction of the Dublin Society, by James M‘Parlan, M. D. 8vo.