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Paperback. Good copy with some shelf wear
Condition
Used, Good
Publisher
O'Brien Press Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1982
SKU
KRA0012395
ISBN
9780862780326

€ 17.95

Paperback. Good clean copy with some minor shelf wear
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1982
Publisher
O'Brien Press Ltd
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KKD0003629
ISBN
9780862780326

€ 17.95

[An Abstract of the Deeds of Conveyance or Lease to the Board of Ordnance, of the Lands of Ballincollig, in the County of Cork; Specifying – The Date of such Deed or Lease; the Number of Acres thereby conveyed; the Amount of the Purchase Money, or Rent reserved; and the Term for which the Grant was made. Also, - Particulars of any Sum or Sums of Money which may have been placed to the Credit of the Board of Ordnance, or received by them, on account of the Rent or Produce of such Part of the said Lands, as are not occupied by the Gunpowder Manufactory or other Buildings erected on said Lands, under Authority of the said Board.] Keywords: Local History –County Cork. 2pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1810
SKU
KON0823760

€ 85.00

[An Account of the Expenditure of all Sums of Money, Granted by Parliament for the Formation and Completion of an Artillery Depot and Powder Manufactory at Ballincollig, and Store Magazine at Rocky Island; distinguishing the Grants of Several Years. And also, of the Expenditure of the Sum of £.11,545. 13. 5. Paid for the like Purpose, during the Year 1809, and not provided for by Parliament.] Keywords: Local History: Co. Cork, Government, Armory. 2pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1810
SKU
KON0823767

€ 85.00

[River Fergus. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 14 June 1853; - for, A Return ‘of all Communications between the Town Commissioners of Ennis and the Drainage Commissioners, or Board of Works, in relation to the Drainage of the River Fergus.’] List of Communications enclosed in the Paper: - 1846: April 30. Letter from C. Hickey to the Secretary of the Commissioners of Public Works, forwarding a Memorial from the Town Commissioners of Ennis. – 1846: May 7. Letter from Secretary to Dr. Hickey in Reply. – 1850: August 17. Letter from Mr. Healy to T.N. Redington, Esq., forwarding Copies of Resolutions of the Town Commissioners of Ennis for presentation to the Lord Lieutenant. – 1850: September 18. Memorandum in reply to Letter from Dr. Healy sent by Secretary to Sir Thomas Redington. – 1851: September 18. Letter from Secretary to Sir Thomas Redington, in reply to Memorial forwarded by the Town Commissioners of Ennis. – 1851: March. Memorial from the Town Commissioners of Ennis, per G.W. O’Brien, Chairman to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. – 1852: March 26. Letter from the Secretary to John Wynne, Esq., in reply to reference of a Memorial forwarded by the Town Commissioners of Ennis to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. Keywords: Local History – County Clare, Public Works, Drainage. 6pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1853
SKU
KON0823771

€ 135.00

[Minutes of Evidence taken before the Select Committee on the Wexford Election Petition.] Minutes of Evidence on the Petition of Charles Rope, of Rathfarnham Castle, in the County of Dublin, Esquire, and others, complaining of an undue Election and Return of Sir Robert Wigram, Junior, Knight, for the Town or Borough of Wexford. Keywords: Local History – Co. Wexford, Elections, Corrupt practices. 110pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1830
SKU
KON0823777

€ 375.00

[Papers Relative to Building a Church in the Parish of Devenish. Returns to orders of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 10th February 1824; - for, - Copies of all Memorials presented, and the particulars of any Representations which may have been made, by any of the Parishioners of the Parish of Devenish, in the County of Fermanagh, to their several Diocesans, during ten years last past, respecting the re-building of a second Church, or Chapel of Ease, near the Village of Garrioch in said Parish; and of the Answers given thereto; with a Statement of any Offers off Land which may have been made, and of any Measures which have been consequently adopted for effecting the same, and for securing to the Protestant Inhabitants of that Division of the Parish the regular performance of Divine Services, as far as might be practicable, until such second Church should be erected; - Of the estimated Extent of said Parish of Devenish, in length and breadth, with the number of Acres comprised therein, and of the Distance of the Distance of the Village of Garrioch from the Parish Church at Monea; - Of the Quantity of Glebe Land in the said Parish; and, if no Glebe House has been erected since the deficiency thereof was reported by the Episcopal Returns of 1820, of the reasons which prevent such Glebe House form being erected; - of the Names and Places of Residence of the Incumbent, and of the Curate or Curates of said Parish; particularly stating whether such Residence is within said Parish, and in the County of Fermanagh, and how long they have resided severally: -Viz. – Copy of a Letter from the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Clogher to the Right Honourable Henry Goulburn; inclosing, (1.) Copy of a Memorial from several of the Protestant Inhabitants of Kilcoe, in the Parish of Devenish, respecting the re-building of a Parish Church, or Chapel of Ease, at Garrison, in the Parish of Devenish; addressed to John Killigrew Dunbar, Esq. (2.) Copy of a Letter from John Killigrew Dunbar, Esq. to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Clogher; dated Clanbrassel Place, 31st March 1823. (3) Copy of a Letter from John Killigrew Dunbar, Esq. to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Clogher; dated 9th April 1823. (4.) Copy of a Letter from John Killigrew Dunbar, Esq. to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Clogher; dated Garrison House, 21st June 1823. (5.) Copy of a Letter from John Killigrew Dunbar, Esq. to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Clogher; dated 29th January 1823. (6.) Copy of a Communication from the Rev. Hume Lawder, Incumbent of the Parish of Devenish.] Keywords: Local History: County Fermanagh, Church and State. 10pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1824
SKU
KON0823768

€ 195.00

[Londonderry and Culmore Forts. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 29 June 1832; - for, - Copy of the Letter addressed by the Secretary of the Irish Society, Guildhall, City of London, to the Right Hon. Thomas Spring Rice, dated 21st June 1832, on the subject of not filling up the vacant Situation of Governor of Londonderry and Culmore Forts; - Return of all Sums paid by the Irish Society to the Governor of Londonderry and Culmore; - Such Extracts from the Charter or Records of the Irish Society, as may show the Tenure by which the Governor of the above Forts holds the Lands about Culmore, the conditions of the Tenure, the Number of Acres, and in whom the Title of the Lands is vested; also – Copy of the Appointment of the late General Hart, as Governor of the Forts of Londonderry and Culmore; and the Instrument (if any such there be) entitling him to hold certain Lands under the Irish Society, as Governor.] Papers relative to the Irish Society looking to discontinue the salary &c. of the Governor of the Culmore Fort as there was no Fort and no Duties to perform. Keywords: Local History – Co. Derry, The Irish Society, Government. 4pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1832
SKU
KON0823766

€ 125.00

[Local Acts. – Preliminary Inquiries: 9 & 10 Vict. C. 106. Londonderry Borough Improvement Bill. Report of the Commissioners of Her Majesty’s Woods, Forests, Land Revenues, works and Buildings, enclosing the Report of the Surveying Officers appointed under the above Act.] Together with the Abstract and Index to Minutes of Proceedings taken before the Surveying Officers. The Surveying Officers carried out a Local Examination of the District which the proposed Act would affect. The examination covered Seven Divisions: Division I – Supply of Water. Division II – Drainage, Sewerage and Cleansing. Division III – Lights (Gas). Division IV – Pavements. Division V – Markets (Part 1: Grain Market, Part 2: Flax Market). Division VI – Cemeteries. Division VII – Finance Rates. The object of the Bill was to improve the sanitary condition of the City of Londonderry, and to place the regulation of the improvements to be made therein in the hands of the Corporation, to consolidate the existing Acts, and to obtain all modern powers for effecting the improvements contemplated. Keywords: Local History – County Derry, Public Works, Local Government. 22pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1848
SKU
KON0823774

€ 225.00

[Bann Navigation Bill. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 22 May 1851; - for, Copy ‘of the Report of the Board of Works in Ireland on the ‘Bann Navigation Bill’] Keywords: Local History – Northern Ireland, Drainage, Inland Waterways. 2pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1851
SKU
KON0823776

€ 65.00

[River Barrow. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 30 March 1854; - for, A Copy ‘of Report of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland on the Survey of the River Barrow; and an Account of the Sums of Money Received and Expended on such Survey, from the Year 1842 to 1850 inclusive.’] The Author states ‘No Report was made by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland. The best Return that can be made to the Order of the Honourable House is the Accompanying Memorandum, preserved in the Office of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland’. The said Memorandum is Titled [Report of the Commissioners of Public Works communicated to the Meeting of the Proprietors interested in the Lands liable to Flood from the overflow of the River Barrow, assembled at the Town of Monasterevan on the 17th April 1851] The Memorandum states that the Survey could not be completed due to the Treasury’s Decision that any further money for such a purpose should be advanced by the Parties interested. Keywords: Local History - County Kildare; County Offaly; County Laois, Public Works, Drainage. 6pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1855
SKU
KON0823775

€ 125.00

Crown Lands (Ireland). Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 6 August 1844; - for, A Copy of the Report on the Experimental Improvements on the Crown Estate of King William’s Town, in the County of Cork, submitted to Her Majesty’s Commissioners of Woods and Forests, by Richard Griffith, Esq., dated 24 July 1844, in continuation of his last Report, presented to Parliament, and ordered to be printed, on 6 September 1841.] Appendix includes extensive tables relating to the Lands, Livestock, Tenants, Receipts and Expenditure Accounts, and Estimates and Plans for Recommended Works. Keywords: Local History – County Cork, Agriculture, Crown Lands. Illustrated. 24pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1844
SKU
KON0823761

€ 95.00

[Crown Estate (King William’s Town). Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 10 July 1851; - for, A Copy ‘of any reports on the Experimental Improvements on the Crown Estate of King William’s Town, in the County of Cork, submitted to Her Majesty’s Commissioners of Woods and Forests, since the 8th Day of August 1844 – (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No. 612, of Session 1844)’.] The Report and Appendix of Richard Griffith, Esq., Office of Public Works, dated 5 June 1851. Appendix includes statements of Receipts and Expenditure of the Estate as well as information relative to the Tenants, Livestock and the Land of the Estate. Keywords: Local History – Co. Cork, Agriculture, Crown Lands. 22pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1851
SKU
KON0823759

€ 195.00

[Lough Erne Drainage. Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 30 June 1853; - for, Copy ‘of the Report of the Board of Works in Ireland upon the Plan submitted to the Board by the County Surveyor of Fermanagh., relative to the Flood Drainage and Navigation of Lough Erne, and the Works connected therewith’.] A copy of the Report by Mr. Barry D. Gibbons, on the Lough Erne Works, as proposed by Mr. Roderick Gray, the Surveyor of the County of Fermanagh. Keywords: Local History – County Fermanagh, Public Works, Drainage. 6pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1853
SKU
KON0823772

€ 85.00

[Murders, &c. (County Armagh). Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 7 June 1850; - for, A Return ‘of the Number of Murders and Waylayings in the Baronies of Upper and Lower Fews, in the County of Armagh, during the last Six Years; distinguishing by Name of Persons Killed and Waylaid, and the Place where the Offence occurred; also, giving the Numbers Arrested for each Offence, and the Result of any Trial of the Same:’ And Copies ‘of the Depositions taken by the Coroner of Armagh County, at the Inquest held on the Body of the Late Mr. Mauleverer’] Keywords: Local History – County Armagh, Law – Civil Order. 6pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1850
SKU
KON0823770

€ 250.00

[Copy of a Letter from Henry Yeo, Esq. Secretary to the Commissioners of [Charlton’s Charity (Ireland). Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 17 March 1864; - for, - Return ‘of the Several Sums of Money Annually distributed since the Year 1830 under the Will of Thomas Charlton, Esq., in pursuance of the Act 40 Geo. 3, c. 35, specifying the Total Amount, and in what Proportions Paid, and How much, in each of the Counties Meath and Longford; the Number of Acres of Land so devised, where situate, their Total Annual Value; the Date of the Last Distribution, by whom Distributed, and if to Persons of different Religious Persuasions, stating the Number of each; the Amount of Rent remaining undisposed of, and in what Bank and to whose Credit same is Lodged.] Keywords: Local History – County Meath and County Longford, Charities. 2pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1864
SKU
KON0823758

€ 35.00

[Public Works (Mayo). Return to an order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 11 May 1849; - for, Statement ‘of all Issues of Public Money made for the Promotion of Public Works in the County of Mayo, from the 1st day of January 1801, to the 1st day of January 1846; specifying the Date and Purpose of each Advance, the Authority under which, and the Party to whom made; distinguishing Grants from Loans, and setting forth, in the case of Loans, the Amount of Principle Repaid, the Amount of Interest Paid and any Balance of Principle or Interest Due on said 1st day of January 1846; also, the Time fixed for Repayment, and the Rate of Interest.’] Statement from the Office of Public works with Information provided in tabular form under the headings: Authority under which Advanced, Purpose for which Advanced, Party to whom Advanced, Date of Advance, Grants, Loans, Loans Repaid, Balance of Loans Outstanding, Rate of Interest and Period for Repayment; also, - Statement from Paymaster of Civil Services Office, with Information provided under the headings: Years, Purposes for which Advanced, Authority under which Advanced, Party to whom Advanced, Amount Advanced, Total Loans under each Head, Amount Repaid on account of Principle, Balance at 1st January 1846, and Remarks. Keywords: Local History – County Mayo, Public Works. 6pp. Disbound, housed in a protective file
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed
Publication date
1850
SKU
KON0823769

€ 95.00

Pamphlet. Two articles in the 'The Irish Genealogist' The offiicial organ of the Irish Genealogical Research Society, Volume 5 No. 6, November, 1979. Keywords: Genealogy, Periodicals, Local History - Leinster (Dublin and Meath). 5pp and 12pp
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
The Irish Genealogical Society
Publication date
1979
SKU
KON0823357

€ 25.00

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