Category: Ireland

Title Series Volumes
1 volume
Ancient Laws of Ireland 6 volumes
Annals of Ulster 3 volumes
Annual Reports of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records 5 volumes
Calendar of Documents preserved in France illustrative of the History of Great Britain and Ireland 1 volume
Calendar of Documents relating to Ireland 5 volumes
Calendar of Home Office Papers 4 volumes
Calendar of Papal Registers - Papal Letters 1 volume
Calendar of Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland 3 volumes
Calendar of State Papers Relating to Ireland 24 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Domestic 2 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Foreign 27 volumes
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts Preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth 6 volumes
Calendar of the Justiciary Rolls or Proceedings in the Court of the Justiciar of Ireland 2 volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde Historical Manuscripts Commission 8 volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquis of Salisbury: The Cecil Manuscripts Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Chartularies of St Mary's Abbey, Dublin, with the Register of its House at Dunbrody, and Annals of Ireland Rolls Series 2 volumes
Chronicum Scotorum: A Chronicle of Irish Affairs Rolls Series 1 volume
Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland from 1641 to 1652 Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society 6 volumes
Descriptive Catalogue of Materials relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland to the end of the reign of Henry VII Rolls Series 4 volumes
Egerton Papers Camden Society 1 volume
Essex Papers Camden Society 1 volume
Fasti Dunelmenses: A Record of the Beneficed Clergy of the Diocese of Durham Surtees Society 1 volume
Historic and Municipal Documents of Ireland A.D.1172-1320 1 volume
Historical Manuscripts Commission HMC General Reports 1 volume
History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II 3 volumes
History of Scotland Civil and Ecclesiastical from the Earliest Times to the Death of David I 2 volumes
History of the City of Dublin 3 volumes
History of the Life of James Duke of Ormonde, From His Birth in 1610, to His Death in 1688 - Thomas Carte 3 volumes
History of the Medical Teaching in Trinity College Dublin and of the School of Physic in Ireland 1 volume
HMC General Reports Historical Manuscripts Commission 12 volumes
Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland 1 volume
Ireland in the 17th Century or the Massacres of 1641-2 2 volumes
Journals of the House of Commons 8 volumes
Journals of the House of Lords 2 volumes
Manuscripts and Correspondence of James, 1st Earl of Charlemont Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Manuscripts of Charles Haliday: Acts of the Privy Council in Ireland Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of J. Eliot Hodgkin of Richmond Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of J.B. Fortescue preserved at Dropmore Historical Manuscripts Commission 9 volumes
Manuscripts of Lord Kenyon Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations, Capt. Loder-Symonds, Mr. E.R. Wodehouse, M.P., and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Sir William Fitzherbert, Bart., and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Beaufort, the Earl of Donoughmore, and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Leeds, the Bridgewater Trust, Reading Corporation, the Inner Temple, etc. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Somerset, the Marquis of Ailesbury, and the Rev. Sir T.H.G. Puleston Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, the Earl of Lindsey, the Earl of Onslow, Lord Emly, Theodore J. Hare, Esq., and James Round, Esq., M.P. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Carlisle at Castle Howard Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Egmont Historical Manuscripts Commission 5 volumes
Manuscripts of the Earl of Lonsdale Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Westmorland, Captain Stewart, Lord Stafford, Lord Muncaster and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Marquess of Abergavenny, Lord Braye, G.F. Luttrell Esq., etc. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde, Earl of Fingall, and other Irish Papers Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Narratives of the Detention, Liberation and Marriage of Maria Clementina Stuart, styled Queen of Britain and Ireland 1 volume
National Manuscripts of Ireland: Account of Facsimiles of National Manuscripts of Ireland 1 volume
Nicholas Papers: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas, Secretary of State Camden Society 3 volumes
Register of the Abbey of St Thomas, Dublin Rolls Series 1 volume
Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections Historical Manuscripts Commission 5 volumes
Report on the Franciscan Manuscripts at the Convent, Merchants' Quay, Dublin Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Allan George Finch of Burley-On-The-Hill, Rutland Historical Manuscripts Commission 4 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of F.W. Leyborne-Popham Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Lord de L'Isle and Dudley Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs Stopford-Sackville of Drayton House Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs. Frankland-Russell-Astley of Chequers Court, Bucks. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Reginald Rawdon Hastings of the Manor House, Ashby de la Zouche Historical Manuscripts Commission 3 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Ancaster preserved at Grimsthorpe Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Roll of the Proceedings of the King's Council in Ireland Rolls Series 1 volume
State Papers published under the authority of His Majesty's Commission. King Henry the Eighth. 2 volumes
Statutes and Ordinances and Acts of Parliament of Ireland (Early Statutes of Ireland) 2 volumes
Travels through England of Dr. Richard Pococke Camden Society 2 volumes
Tripartite Life of Patrick Rolls Series 2 volumes
Vetera Monumenta Hibernorum et Scotorum Historiam Illustrantia etc. (Old Memorials Illustrating the History of the Irish and Scots from Italian Archives) 1 volume

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