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|[Wolfe Tone, Theobald] Moody T.W. / Dowell, R.B. / Woods, C.J. (Editors). The writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone 1763-98. Volume I: Tone’s career in Ireland to June 1795 / Volume II: America, France and Bantry Bay, August 1795 to December 1796 / Volume III: France, the Rhine, Lough Swilly and death of Tone, January 1797 to November 1798. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2009. 23 cm x 15,5 cm Volume I: XL, 540 pages / Volume II: XVIII, 435 pages / Volume III: XXVI, 599 pages. Original Softcover. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear.
Includes for example the following essays: Record of Tone’s entrance to Trinity College, Dublin / Declaration of the Down hunt / Memorandum relating to William Pearce’s invention / Sarah Anne Hamilton / Patrick Duigenan’s speech in the Irish house of commons / Pierre August Adert to the Commitee of Public Safety / Margarete Tone to Thomas Russell / To Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot / John Beckley to James Monroe / Extract by Claude Petiet from the register of the Executive Directory / From General Hermann Wilhelm Daendels / To Aristide Dupetit-Thouars / Peter Tone to Marquis Cornwallis etc etc.
Keywords: Irish Revolution
|Woodham-Smith, Cecil. The Great Hunger: 1845-1849. New York, Old Town Books, 1962. 15cm x 22cm. XII, 510 pages. Original Hardcover with dustjacket in protective collector’s mylar. Excellent, as new condition. Rare. Out of print.
The story of the Irish potato famine of the 1840s which killed one million people and sent hundreds of thousands to the new world. This book is widely regarded as the classic account of the disaster. Woodham-Smith focuses on the tragedy in Ireland and the effect it had in America and Canada where many of the emigrants headed. This hardback American edition is now out of print.
Keywords: Emigration, Famine, Irish Famine, Irish History
|Wright, Rev. Charles H.H. The Irish University Question and the Proposed Endowment of a Roman Catholic University Considered. Second Edition. London / Dublin, Williams and Norgate/ Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1901. 21.4cm x 14cm. 36 (2) pages. Original softcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear.
Includes for Example: The Royal University of Ireland/ The Fellowships in the Royal University- Peculiarity with Regard to their salaries/ A Roman Catholic Atmosphere Provided/ Underhand Endowment of the Roman Catholic University College/ The Royal College of St. Patrick’s, Maynooth/ The Site of the ‘Catholic University’ Prospects of the Future/ Comparison of the Relative Advantages Possessed by Roman Catholics over Protestants in University Education/ The Professor of Hebrew, and his Assistants/ The Divine School of Trinity College/ Presbyterian Schools of Theology/ Salaries of the Divinity School/ Trinity College, Dublin/ The Fatal Trend of English Policy in Ireland etc.
Keywords: Irish Religion, Irish Religion & Church History, Irish Religious History
|Wylly, Colonel H.C. Neill’s Blue Caps – Volume 3: 1826-1914. Reprinted Edition. Uckfield, Naval & Military Press, 2005. Octavo. XII, 247 pages. Original Softcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear.
Harold Carmichael Wylly, CB (18 January 1858 – 3 September 1932) was a British Army colonel and military historian. Wylly was born in Meerut in the North West Province of British India, the son of E. M. Wylly, a judge in the High Court of Agra. He was educated at Henley Grammar School, Wimbledon School and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, before embarking on a career as an army officer when he was commissioned a lieutenant on 11 September 1878, serving first with the 95th (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot, which in 1881 was merged into the Sherwood Foresters, as the 2nd battalion (Derbyshire Regiment). He served in the Anglo-Egyptian War in 1882, was promoted to captain on 1 May 1884, served in the Sikkim Expedition in 1888, was promoted to major on 26 May 1893, and served in the Tirah Campaign 1897–98. In February 1900 he joined his battalion when it transferred to Malta. Following the outbreak of the Second Boer War, the 1st battalion of his regiment had embarked for South Africa in November 1899. Leaving his own battalion at Malta, Wylly transferred to South Africa where he was promoted to lieutenant-colonel in command of the 1st battalion from 22 December 1900. For services during the war, he was mentioned in despatches (dated 8 April 1902), and appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) in the South Africa honours list published on 26 June 1902. The battalion was later stationed in Hong Kong. (Wikipedia).
|Yeats, W.B. Collected Plays. Second Edition, Second Reprint. London, Macmillan & Co. LTD, 1960 14 cm x 20 cm. 705 Pages. Original clothbound hardcover. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear.
Includes for example the following essays: The Countess Cathleen / The Land of Heart’s Desire / Cathleen Ni Houlihan / The Pot of Broth / The King’s Threshold / The Shadowy Waters / Deirdre / At the Hawk’s Well / The Green Helmet / On Baile’s Strand / The Dreaming of the Bones / A Full Moon in March / and many more.
Keywords: Irish Literature
|Yeats, William Butler. The Cutting of an Agate. First American Edition. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1912. 14 cm x 19.5 cm. VIII, 255 pages. Original hardcover. Very good condition with minor signs of external wear. Scuffing on corners and spine and darkening on spine. Clean inside with solid binding.
Includes the following: Thoughts on Lady Gregory’s Translations / I. Cuchulain and his Cycle / II. Fion and his Cycle / Preface to the First Edition of the Well of the Saints / Discoveries / Prophet, Priest and King / Personality and the Intellectual Essences / The Musician and the Orator / A Guitar Player / The Tree of Life / The Praise of Old Wives’ Tales / The Play of Modern Manners / Has the Drama of Contemporary Life a Root of its Own? / Why the Blind Man in Ancient Times was made a Poet / Concerning Saints and Artists / The Two Kinds of Asceticism / A Tower on the Apennines / The Thinking of the Body / The Holy Places / Poetry and Traditions / Preface to the First Edition of John M. Synge’s Poems and Translations / The Tragic Theatre / John Shawe-Taylor / Edmund Spenser etc.
Keywords: 20th century, 20th Century Literature, Irish Literary Revival, Irish Literature, Irish Poetry, Lady Gregory
|Ypma, Herbert. Irish Georgian. London, Thames and Hudson, 1998. Octavo. 157 pages. Original Softcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Photographs by Barbara and Rene Stoeltie.
Irish Georgian features a wide range of inspirational houses great and small that have been renovated by people such as Desmond Guinness, Timothy Hennessy and Barbara and Rene Stoeltie. The author, Herbert Ypma, is widely travelled and is founder of the award-winning magazine Interior Architecture. The book is beautifully illustrated throughout with many colour photographs.
Keywords: Irish History
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