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Histories written in the 10th Century
* The Circuit of Ireland - A Poem
   By Muircheartach Mac Neill Prince of Aileach (Ulster, 942 A.D.) Translated by John O'Donovan (Dublin, 1841) - OL

Histories written in the 11th Century
* Cogadh Gaedhel re Gallaibh - The War of the Gaedhil with the Gaill
   or The Invasions of Ireland by the Danes and Other Norsemen; The Original Irish Text
   Edited with Translation and Introduction by James Henthorn Todd, D.D., M.R.I.A., F.S.A. (London, 1867) - OL - James Henthorn Todd (1805 - 1869) in: Wikipedia

The Historical Works of Giraldus Cambrensis

   containing the Topography of Ireland, and the History of the Conquest of Ireland
   Translated by Thomas Forester, M.A.; revised and edited by Thomas Wright, M.A., F.S.A. etc. (London, 1905) - OL - Gerald of Wales in: Wikipedia

Histories written in the 15th Century

Caithreim Cellachain Caisil - The Victorious Career of Cellachan of Cashel
   or The Wars between the Irishmen and the Norsemen in the Middle of the 10th Century; Original Irish Text edited with Translation and Notes; chiefly based on the Book of Lismore
   By Alexander Bugge (Christiania, 1905) - OL - Alexander Bugge (1870 - 1929) in: Wikipedia

* The English Conquest of Ireland A.D. 1166 - 1185 - Part I. The Text

   mainly from the 'Expugnatio Hibernica' of Giraldus Cambrensis. A Parallel Text
   Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall, M.A. (London, 1896) - OL - Frederick James Furnivall (1825 - 1910) in: Wikipedia

Histories written in the 16th Century

   Vol VI of Holinshed's Cronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (1586)
   By Raphaell Holinshed (London, Reprint 1808) - IA - Raphael Holinshed (1529 - 1580) in: Wikipedia

* The Chronicle of Ireland

   Collected by Meredith Hanmer, D.D. (in the yeare 1571, reprinted Dublin, 1809) - OL - Meredith Hanmer in: Wikipedia

* The Chronicle of Ireland

   continued from the collection of Doctor Meredith Hanmer (see above)
   By Henry Marleburrough (1563, reprinted 1809) - OL

The Description of Ireland 1598

   from a Manuscript preserved in Clongowes-Wood College
   By Edmund Hogan, S.J. (Dublin, London, 1878) - OL

* A Historie of Ireland Written in the Yeare 1571

   By Edmund Campion (reprinted Dublin, 1809) - OL

Ireland under Elizabeth and James the First

   Described by Edmund Spenser (1597)
   Edited by Henry Morley, LL.D. (London, 1890) - IA
   Edmund Spenser (c. 1552 - 1599) in: Wikipedia

* A View of the State of Ireland

   written Dialogue-wise betweene Eudous and Irenaeus
   By Edmund Spencer, Esq. (in the Yeare 1596, reprinted Dublin, 1809) - OL

Histories written in the 17th Century

* Annales Hiberniae - Jacobi Grace, Kilkenniensis
   in Latin with translation in English
   By Rev. Richard Butler (Dublin, 1842) - FHB

* Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland - Vol I - Vol II - Vol III - Vol IV - Vol V - Vol VI - Vol VII
   By the Four Masters from the earliest period to the year 1616
   Edited by John O'Donovan, LL.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin 1856) - OL - Annals of the Four Masters in: WikipediaJohn O'Donovan (1806 - 1861) in: Wikipedia

* Cambrensis Eversus - The History of Ancient Ireland Vindicated - Vol II

   original in Latin by Rev. John Lynch, b. bef. 1600; to which is prefixed 'The State and Condition of the Catholics of Ireland under Cromwell' by Father Quin, S.J.
   Ed., translation, notes by Rev. Matthew Kelly (Dublin, 1849?, 1850) - OL

Cromwellian Settlement

   Three Rare Puritan Tracts - Against the Toleration of Popery... Declarations of Parliament
   By Various authors (London, 1641 - 1643, Reprinted Dublin, 1879) - OL

* Equitis Aurati de Hibernia et Antiquitatibus ejus Disquisitiones

   Accesserunt Rerum Hibernicarum Regnante Henrico VII, Annales
   By Jacobi Waraei (Londini, Editio Secunda, 1658) - OL - James Ware (historian) in: Wikipedia

* The Flight of the Earls

   By Tadhg O' Cianain, edited from the author's manuscript (in Irish) with translation and notes; eyewitness accounts of events ending in November, 1608
   By Rev. Paul Walsh, M.A. (Maynooth, Dublin, 1916) - OL - Flight of the Earls in: Wikipedia

Lyra sive Anacephalaeosis Hibernica

   In qua De Exordio, feu Origine, nomine, moribus, ritibusque Gentis Hibernicae; the origin of Ireland in verse
   By R. D. Thoma Carve (Vienna, 1666) - GB - Thomas Carve in: Wikipedia

A Treatice of Ireland

   Irish Archaeological Society
   By John Dymmok (original circa 1600, Dublin, 1842) - IA

Histories written in the 18th Century

The Antiquities and History of Ireland
   By the Rt. Hon. Sir James Ware, Knt. (Dublin, 1705) - OL

* A Brief Discourse in Vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland

   Collected out of many Authentick Irish Histories and Chronicles, and out of Foreign Learned Authors
   By Hugh MacCurtin (Dublin, 1717) - UR2

* An Extract from the Constitution of Ireland and Poyning's Laws Explained

   By 'A Friend to his Country' reprinted in 'The Gentleman's and London Magazine' (Dublin, 1770) - OL

* The Commercial Restraints of Ireland
   with a Sketch of the Author's Life, etc. by W.G. Carroll, M.A.
   By John Hely Hutchinson, Provost of Trinity College (Dublin, original 1779, re-edited 1882) - OL - John Hely-Hutchinson (1724 - 1794)  in: Wikipedia

* An Essay on the Antient and Modern State of Ireland

   By Henry Brooke (Dublin, in the reign of George II [1727 - 1760], re-printed London, 1760) - PG

* Essays on the Political Circumstances of Ireland

   written during the administration of Earl Camden with an Appendix containing Thoughts on the Will of the People and a Postscript now first published
   By a Gentleman of the North of Ireland (Dublin, 1798) - OL

HIBERNICA or, Some Antient PIECES relating to IRELAND - Part I

   containing The History of Ireland; The Story of King Richard II; The Voyage of Sir Richard Edgecombe, etc.
   Printed for John Milliken (Dublin, 1770) - OL

* Histoire D'Irlande depuis L'Invasion D'Henry II - Vol I - Vol II - Vol V - Vol VI

   Avec un discours preliminaire sur l'ancien etat de ce Royaume
   Par Thomas Leland (Maestricht, 1779) - OL
   Vols III and IV not found. For English language edition see below

An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland

   From the Reign of Queen Elizabeth to the Settlement under King William
   By J.C. M.D. (Dublin, 1775) - OL

* Historical Facts Relative to Ireland

   extract from 'A Compleat Collection of the Resolutions of the Volunteers, Grand Juries, etc. of Ireland which followed the celebrated Resolves of the First Dungannon Diet - Vol I' (Vol II not found)
   By C. H. Wilson (Dublin, 1782) - OL

An History of Ireland from the Year 1599, to 1603 - Vol I
   With a short Narration of the State of the Kingdom from the Year 1169
   By Fynes Moryson, Gent. (Dublin, 1735) - OL

The History of Ireland - Vol I - Vol II

   from the earliest period to the present time
   By William Crawford, A.M. (Strabane, 1783) - OL

The History of Remarkable Events in the Kingdom of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II

   Wentworth Earl of Stafford, Charles the First, Oliver Cromwell the Great...Siege of Derry
   By Thomas Leland, D.D. (London, 1781) - OL
   For French language edition see above

* Ireland, 1776 - 1778

   a chapter from an Autobiography relating to a tour of Ireland, residence in Mitchelstown, etc.
   By Arthur Young (London, 1898) - OL

* The Irish Historical Library

   Pointing at most of the Authors and Records in Print or Manuscript, Which may be serviceable to the Compilers Of a General History of Ireland
   By William (Nicolson), Lord Bishop of Derry (Dublin, 1724) - GB - William Nicolson in: Wikipedia

Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland - Vol II - Vol III
   from the Dissolution of the last Parliament of Charles II until the Sea-Battle of La Hogue
   By Sir John Dalrymple, Bart. (Dublin, 1773) - IA
   Vols. I and II appear to have the signature of John Adams, President of the United States

O G Y G I A, or, a Chronological Account of Irish Events - Vol I - Vol II

   Collected from very ANCIENT Documents, faithfully compared with each other, and supported by the GENEALOGICAL and CHRONOLOGICAL Aid of the Sacred and Prophane Writings of the First Nations of the Globe
   Written Originally in Latin by Roderick O'Flaherty, Esq. Translated by The Revd. James Hely, A.B. (Dublin, 1793) - OL

The Report of the Commissioners appointed by Parliament

   to Enquire into Irish Forfeitures, delivered to the Hon'ble House of Commons ...1699. His Majesty's Gracious Answers thereunto
   Ordered to be printed (London, 1700) - IA

A Short Account of His Majesty's Hereditary Revenue in the Kingdom of Ireland

    as are Unappropriated and of his Private Estate therein
   By Unknown author (Dublin, 1754) - OL

The State of the Protestants of Ireland under the late King James's Government

   By his Grace William King, late Lord Archbishop of Dublin (Dublin, 1780) - OL

* A Tour through Ireland in several Entertaining Letters

   the present State of that Kingdom.. noted Cities... Observations
   By Two English Gentlemen (London, 1748) - Goettinger Digitalisierungszentrum

Histories written in the 19th Century

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* An Account of Ireland, Statistical and Political - Vol I - Vol II
   By Edward Wakefield (London, 1812) - OL

* An Address to the Irish People

   The famous poet visited Ireland and published pamphlets of which this is one
   By Percy Bysshe Shelley (200 copies reprinted from the Original Edition, Dublin, 1812;  London, 1890) - OL

* Ancient Ireland: Her Milesian Chiefs, Her Kings and Princes. Her Great Men.

   Her Struggles for Liberty...
   By Martin A. O'Brennan, LL.D. (Dublin 1855) - OL

 * Annales de Monte Fernandi (Annals of Multifernan)

   in Latin
   Edited by Aquilla Smith, M.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1842) - IA

* Annales Hiberniae

   Jacobi Grace, Kilkenniensis. From 1162 to 1370
   Translation by Rev. Richard Butler, M.R.I.A. (Dublin 1842) - OL

* The Annals of Ireland

   by Friar John Clyn of the Convent of Friars Minor, Kilkenny and Thady Dowling, Chancellor of Leighlin together with the Annals of Ross
   Edited by the Very Rev. Richard Butler, A.B., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1849) - OL

* Annals of Ireland, Ecclesiastical, Civil and Military

   From the 19th of March 1535 to 12 of July, 1691
   By the Rev. John Graham, M.A. (London, 1817) - OL

* Annals of Ireland - Three Fragments
   By Dubhaltach Mac Firbisigh, edited and translated by John O'Donovan, LL.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1860) - OL

* Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters

   from the earliest period to the year 1171
   By John O'Donovan, Esq., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1849) - OL

* Annals of Ulster otherwise Annals of Senat; A Chronicle of Irish Affairs Vol I

   431 - 1056
   Translation by William M. Hennessy, M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1887) - OL

Annals of Ulster otherwise Annals of Senat; A Chronicle of Irish Affairs Vol III
   1379 - 1541
   Translation by B. Mac Carthy, D.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1887) - OL

* The Antiquities of Ireland

   By Edward Ledwich, L.L.D. (Dublin, 1804) - IA

* The Aryan Origin of the Gaelic Race and Language

   By the Very Rev. Ulick J. Bourke, M.R.I.A. (London 1876) - OL

* An Authentic History of Ireland and its People

   By M. McAlister (Columbus, Ohio, 1880) - OL

* The Battle of Clontarf and Other Poems

   By P. Cudmore, Esq., B.H. (New York, 1895) - OL

* The Causes of the Rebellion in Ireland

   By An Irish Emigrant (London, undated) - PG

* Celtic Ireland

   By Sophie Bryant, D.Sc. (London, 1889) - OL

A Compendium of the History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   From the Earliest Period, to the Reign of George I
   By John Lawless, Esq. (Edinburgh, 1823) - IA

* The Complete History of Ireland from the Earliest Times

   embellished with magnificent steel engravings
   By Silvester O'HalloranWilliam Dolby (New York, 1845) - OL

The Confederation of Kilkenny

   By the Rev. C. P. Meehan (Dublin, 1846) - IA
   Short review of this book on AAI - Confederate Ireland in: Wikipedia

The Confiscation of Ulster
   in the reign of James the First, commonly called The Ulster Plantation
   By Thomas Mac Nevin (Dublin, 1846) - IA

A Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland - Vol I - Vol II - Vol III
   from 1641 to 1652 now for the first time published
   Edited by John T. Gilbert, F.S.A., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1879) - IA

The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland

   By John P. Prendergast, Barrister-at-Law (London, 1870) - OL

* Discovery of America by the Irish - Previous to the Ninth Century

   with some accounts by Scandinavians and Germans of 'Irland It Mikla' and 'Vinland dat Gode'
   By Timothy L. Murphy (New York, 1889) - OL

* The English in Ireland

   A Reply to 'The Turks in Europe' by Edward A. Freeman, D.C.L., LL.D.
   By Thomas Adolphus (Philadelphia, 1878) - OL

The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century - Vol I of II

   By James Anthony Froude, M.A. (London, 1872) - IA
The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century - Vol I of III - Vol II of III - Vol III of III
   By James Anthony Froude, M.A. (New York, 1888, 1874) - IA

* An Enquiry concerning the Primitive Inhabitants of Ireland

   By Thomas Wood, M.D. (London, 1821) - OL

Famous Names in Irish History!

   Lecture delivered in Louisville, Kentucky
   By the Rev. Father Burke (Ottawa, 1873) - OL

* Fiorsgeul na n-Errione - Uadh an Aimsir budh allode Anuas - Vol II

   An Authentic History of Ireland From the Earliest Times Down; in Irish and English
   By John J. O'Carroll (Chicago, 1903) - OL

* The Gael and Cymbri; or an Inquiry into the Origin and History
   of the Irish Scoti, Britons, and Gauls and of the Caledonians, Picts, Welsh, Cornish and Bretons
   By Sir William Betham, Ulster King of Arms (Dublin, 1834) - OL

* An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster

   at the commencement of the Seventeenth Century 1608 - 1620
   By the Rev. George Hill (Belfast, 1877) - OL

The General History of Ireland
    By Jeoffry Keating D.D. translated by Dermod O'Connor (Dublin, 1841) - OL

Historical Review of the Irish Parliament
   from the Epoch of Henry II to the Union
   By Warden Hatton Flood (London, 1863) - OL

* Historical Sketches of Ireland, Ancient and Modern

   By Edward R. Seaver (Portland, Maine, 1867) - OL

* History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   Critical and Philosophical
   By Standish O'Grady (London, Dublin, 1880, 1881) - IA

A History of Ireland

   in Epic Verse
   By Jeremiah O'Donovan (Pittsburgh, 1854) -OL

A History of Ireland from the Earliest Accounts - Vol I - 
Vol II
   to the Accomplishment of the Union with Great Britain in 1801
   By Rev. James Gordon (London, 1806) - OL

The History of Ireland
   Ancient and Modern
   By Abbe Mac Geoghegan, translated from the French by Patrick O'Reilly, Esq., (Dublin, 1844) - GB
   - The History of Ireland
     By Abbe Mac Geoghegan with a Continuation from the Treaty of Limerick to the Present Time by John Mitchel (New York, 1869) - OL

The History of Ireland
   from the earliest period to the present time
   By Martin Haverty (New York, 1867) - OL

The History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II - Vol III
   By Thomas Moore (London, 1840) - IA

The History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II - Vol III - Vol IV - Vol V - Vol VI - Vol VII
   with illustrations, map, etc.
   By Thomas Wright M.A., F.S.A. (London, 1854) -OL

The History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   By John O'Driscol (London, 1827) - IA

The History of Ireland

   from the first colonization, down to the period of the English invasion
   By George Pepper (Boston, 1835) - OL

* The History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   from the earliest period to the year 1245 when The Annals of Boyle ...terminate
   By John D'Alton, Esq. (Dublin, 1845) - OL

* The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II - Vol I - 
Vol II - Vol III
   with a Preliminary Discourse on the Ancient State of that Kingdom
   By Thomas Leland, D.D. (Dublin, 1814) - OL

* A History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century - Vol I - 
Vol II - Vol III - Vol IV - Vol V
   By William Edward Hartpole Lecky (original 1892, reprint London, 1913) - OL

History Of The Irish People
   By William Anderson O'Connor (London, 1886) - OL

* A History of the Irish Poor Law

   in connexion with the Condition of the People
   By Sir George Nicholls, K.C.B. (London, 1856) - GB

A History of the Penal Laws Against the Irish Catholics

   from the Treaty of Limerick to the Union
   By Henry Parnell, Esq., M. P. (Dublin, 1808) - OL

An Illustrated History of Ireland

   from the Earliest Period
   By F. M. C. (Francis Mary Cusack) (London, 1868) - OL - Transcription - LI

* Ireland 1798 - 1898
   By William O'Connor Morris (London, 1898) - OL

Ireland in the Days of Dean Swift
   (Irish Tracts, 1720 tp 1734)
   By J. Bowles Daly, LL.D. (London, 1887) - OL

* Ireland in the Light of History

   from 'The North American Review'
   By W. E. H. Lecky (USA, original 19th century) - IA - William Edward Hartpole Lecky in: Wikipedia

 * Ireland: Past, Present and Future

   with A Glance at the History and Contrast of Character between the Teutonic, or Saxon and Celtic Races
   By R. R. Jackway (Milwaukee, 1859) - OL

Ireland from the Restoration to the Revolution

   1660 - 1690
   By John P. Prendergast (London, 1887) - OL

Ireland Sixty Years Ago

   By John Edward Walsh (Dublin, 1851) - OL

Ireland Under The Tudors - Vol I - 
Vol II
   with a succinct account of the earlier history; in 2 vols
   By Richard Bagwell, M.A. (London, 1885) - OL
* Ireland Under The Tudors - Vol III
   with a succinct account of the earlier history; in 3 vols
   By Richard Bagwell, M.A. (London, 1890 ed.) - OL

* The Irish Republic. A Historical Memoir on Ireland and her Oppressors

   By P. Cudmore, Esq. (Saint Paul, 1871) - OL

* James the Second's Descent on Ireland

   and the Siege of Londonderry in 1689
   von Thomas Babington Macaulay (Reprint with German introduction, Leipzig, 1902) - OL

* The Lake Dwellings of Ireland: or Ancient Lacustrine Habitations of Erin

   Commonly called Crannogs
   By W. G. Wood-Martin, M.R.I.A., F.R.H.A.A.I. (Dublin, 1886) - OL

Lectures on The Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History

   Delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland
   By Eugene O'Curry, M.R.I.A. (Re-issue Dublin, 1878) - OL

* Les Massacres en Irlande

   (in French)
   par Canis (Paris, 1881) - IA

* Letters on the Condition of The People of Ireland

   By Thomas Campbell Foster, Esq. (London, 1846) - OL

* L'Irlande - Sociale, Politique et Religieuse
   Vol I Nouvelle Édition (1881); Tome Deuxieme (1863) (in French)
   par Gustave de Beaumont (Paris, 1863, 1881) - OL

* Livre des Invasions

   Traduit de L'Irlandais (in French)
   par Henri Lizeray; William O'Dwyer (Paris, 1884) - IA

* A Memoir on Ireland Native and Saxon - Vol I

   1172 - 1660
   By Daniel O'Connell, M.P. (New York, 1843) - OL - This book is the Ebook of the Month for November, 2013 - Read the French version: Mémoire Sur L'Irlande Indigene et Saxonne (Paris, 1845) - OL

The Men of '48

   Being a brief history of the Repeal Association and the Irish Confederation; with biographical sketches...
   By Col. James E. McGee (Boston, 1881) - OL

* Miscellany of the Abbotsford Club - Vol I

   includes 'Letters and Papers relative to Irish Matters'
   By order of the Abbotsford Club (Edinburgh, 1837) - OL

O'Brennan's Antiquities - Vol I

   By Martin A. O'Brennan (Dublin, 1858) - OL

* Observations on the State of Ireland- Vol I - Vol II

   Principally directed to its Agriculture and Rural Population in a Series of Letters written on a Tour through that Country
   By J. C. Curwen, Esq., M.P. (London, 1818) - OL

The Origin and History of the Constitution of England

   and of the Early Parliaments of Ireland
   By Sir William Betham, Ulster King at Arms, etc. (Dublin, 1834) - OL

* Our Nationalities

   I. Who are the Irish?
   By James Bonwick, F.R.G.S. (London, 1880) - OL

The Patriots History of Ireland

   By M. F. Cusack (Kenmare, New York, 1869) - OL

Plantation Papers
  Containing a Summary Sketch of the Great Ulster Plantation in the year 1610
  By Rev. George Hill, (Belfast, 1889) - IA

Popular History of Ireland
   from the Earliest Period to the Present Time
   by Rev. R. Stewart, M.A. (London, 1851) - IA

A Popular History of Ireland: from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics - Vol I - 
Vol II
   By Thomas D'Arcy McGee, B.C.L. (Glasgow, 1869) - OL
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* A Short History of Ireland

   From the Earliest Times to 1608; with a map
   By P.W. Joyce, LL.D., T.C.D., M.R.I.A. (London, 1893) - OL

A Short History of Ireland

   From the Earliest Times to the Present Day
   By Justin H. McCarthy (New York, 1892) - OL

* A Sketch of the State of Ireland, Past and Present

   By John Wilson Croker (8th Ed. Dublin, 1822) - OL

Strongbow's Conquest of Ireland

   From the series "English History from Contemporary Writers"
   By Francis Pierrepont Bernard, M.A., Head Master of Reading School (New York, London, 1888) - IA

The Story of Ireland

   From the Earliest Ages to the Insurrection of 1867. Written for the Youth of Ireland
   By Alexander M. Sullivan, M.P. continued to the present time by James Luby (New York, 1892) - OL - Transcription of the 1900 edition - LI

* The Story of Ireland

   with some additions by Mrs. Arthur Bronson
* Ireland
   revised ed. of the above
   By the Hon. Emily Lawless (New York, 1888, 1912) - OL, eBR - Transcription of the 1896 ed. - www.failteromhat.com

The Student's Manual of Irish History

   By M. F. Cusack (London, 1870) - OL

Summary of Irish History - Vol II

   from the Reign of Henry II to the Beginning of the Present Century
   By Selina Martin (London, Dublin, 1847) - OL

Two Chapters of Irish History

   I. The Irish Parliament of James II
   II. The Alleged Violation of the Treaty of Limerick
   By Thomas Dunbar Ingram, LL.D. (London, 1888) - OL

* A View of Society and Manners, in the North of Ireland
   in the Summer and Autumn of 1812
   By J. Gamble, Esq. (London, 1813) - OL

Histories written in the 20th Century
Atlas and Cyclopedia of Ireland
   Part 2 - The General History (The Story of Ireland)
   by A.M. Sullivan (New York, 1903) - IA

* The Bronze Age in Ireland
   with plates and illustrations
   By George Coffey (Dublin, London, 1918) - IA

* Cavalier and Puritan in the Days of the Stuarts
   By Lady Newdigate-Newdegate (London, 1901) - OL

* The Celtic Dawn

   A Survey of the Renascence in Ireland 1889 - 1916
   By Lloyd R. Morris (New York, 1917) - OL

* The Closing of the Irish Parliament

   By John Roche Ardill, LL.D. (Dublin, 1907) - OL

* A Concise History of Ireland

   Illustrated
   By P. W. Joyce (New York, 1903) - OL - Transcription - LI

* A Course of Lectures on Irish History

   Arranged by Thomas A. McAvoy (Worcester, Massachusetts, 1915) - OL

* The Dublin Strike

   A Speech delivered in the Royal Albert Hall, London to an audience of 12,000 persons
   By "AE" (George W. Russell) (Dublin, 1913) - OL

* Facts of Irish History and English Propaganda

   By Patrick J. Lally (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1916) - OL

Fiorsgeul na n-Errione - An Authentic History of Ireland Vol II

   Uadh an aimsir budh alloce anuas - From the Earliest Times Down. In Irish with English translation
   Eoin Ua Chearbhshuil do chuir in eagar (Chicago, 1902) - OL

The Flight of the Earls

   By Tadhg O Cianain
   Edited with translation by Rev. Paul Walsh, M.A. (Maynooth, Dublin, 1916) - OL

Foras Feasa ar Eirinn - The History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol III
   in Irish and English
   By Seathrun Ceitinn, D.D. (Geoffrey Keating, D.D.) translation and notes by Rev. Patrick S. Dinneen, M.A. (London, 1908) - IA

Grattan's Parliament

   Before and After
   By M. McDonnell Bodkin, K.C. (London, 1912) - OL


Bibliography from Tim Healy's 'Great Fraud of Ulster' (1917)
Many of the titles listed are available as eBooks on this site

The Great Fraud of Ulster
   By T. M. Healy, M.P. (Dublin, 1917) - OL

* History of Ireland to the coming of Henry II - Vol I

   By Arthur Ua Clerigh, M.A., K.C. (London, 1908) - OL

History of Ireland to the Year 1210 - Half Vol I - 
Half Vol II - Half Vol III - Half Vol IV - Half Vol V - Half Vol VI
   From the Earliest Times to the Present Day
   By the Rev. E. A. D'Alton, LL.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, Belfast, 1920) - OL

* A History of Ireland and Her People

   By Eleanor Hull (1931) - LI (Transcription)

* A History of Ireland for Parochial Schools

   Preface by P. Shelly-O'Ryan, Chicago Board of Education; text by Anna Marie Nolan (Chicago, 1905) - OL

* A History of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century

   Being a Supplement to Haverty's History of Ireland
   By Dillon Cosgrave (Dublin, 1906) - OL

* History of the Irish State to 1014
   By Alice Stopford Green (London, 1925) - OL - Alice Stopford Green in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia

Illustrations of Irish History and Topography

   mainly of the seventeenth century
   By C. Litton Falkiner (London, New York, Bombay, 1904) - OL - Caesar Litton Falkiner in: Wikipedia

The Indestructible Nation

   A Survey of Irish History from the English Invasion... the Overthrow of the Clans
   By Patrick Sarsfield O'Hegarty (Dublin, London, 1918) - OL

* The Invasion of Ireland by Edward Bruce

   A Thesis
   By Caroline Colvin (Philadelphia, 1901) - OL

* Ireland

   History of Nations; also Scotland; Henry Cabot Lodge, Editor in Chief
   By Patrick W. Joyce, LL.D. (Chicago, 1910) - OL - Patrick Weston Joyce in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia

* Ireland from A.D. 800 to A.D. 1600

   Historical Course for Schools
   By John Ryan, S.J., M.A. (Dublin, 1920's?) - OL

Ireland - Peeps at History

   includes colour illustrations
   By Beatrice Home (London, 1914) - IA

* Ireland - the People's History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   By John F. Finerty (New York, 1907) - OL

* Ireland since Parnell

   By Captain D. D. Sheehan (London, 1921) - OL - D. D. Sheehan in: Wikipedia

* Ireland's Crown of Thorns and Roses

   Illustrated
   By the Best of Her Writers (Chicago, 1904) - OL


Ireland - to illustrate the reign of James II
from 'Ireland under the Stuarts' (Bagwell)


* Ireland Under the Stuarts and During the Interregnum - Vol I - 
Vol II - Vol III
   By Richard Bagwell, M.A. (London, 1909) - OL

* The Irish Free State

   Its Government and Politics
   By Nicholas Mansergh, B.A., B.Litt. (London, 1934) - IA - Nicholas Mansergh in: Wikipedia

* Ireland One Hundred and Twenty Years Ago
   being a New and Revised Edition of Ireland Sixty Years Ago by Rt. Hon. J.E. Walsh, Master of the Rolls
   By Dillon Cosgrave (Dublin, Waterford, 1911) - OL

Ireland under the Commonwealth Vol I - 
Vol II
   1651 -1659; index
   By Robert Dunlop, M.A., (Manchester, 1913) - IA

Ireland under Elizabeth
   Chapters towards a History of Ireland in the Reign of Elizabeth
   By Don Philip O'Sullivan Bear translated from the Original Latin by Matthew J. Byrne (Dublin, 1903) - OL - Philip O'Sullivan Beare in: Wikipedia

* Ireland under Mr. Balfour

   Five Years of Unionist Government [as Chief Secretary for Ireland]
   By the Irish Unionist Alliance (Dublin, 1893) - OL - Irish Unionist Alliance in: Wikipedia

* Ireland under the Normans - Vol I - 
Vol II - Vol III - Vol IV
   1169 - 1216
   By Goddard Henry Orpen (Oxford, 1911) - OL - Normans in Ireland in: WikipediaGoddard Henry Orpen in: Wikipedia

* The Making of Ireland and its Undoing

   1200 - 1600
   By Alice Stopford Green (Dublin, London, 1920) - OL

* O'Neill and Ormond

   A Chapter in Irish History
   By Diarmid Coffey (Dublin, 1914) - OL - Diarmid Coffey's wife Cesca Chenevix Trench in: Wikipedia

* The Old Irish World

   Lectures: I. The Way of History in Ireland; II. The Trade Routes of Ireland; III. A Great Irish Lady; IV. A Castle at Ardglass; V. Tradition in Irish History
   By Alice Stopford Green (Dublin, London, 1912) - OL

On The Fomorians And The Norsemen

   By Duald Mac Firbis (Christiania, Norway, 1905) - OL - Formorians in: Wikipedia - Norsemen in: Wikipedia - Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh in: Wikipedia

* The Path to Freedom

   By Michael Collins (Dublin, 1922) - OL

* Pope Adrian IV - A Friend of Ireland
   Translated from the French; dealing with the famous Bull which is stated to be false and based on a true letter of Adrian refuses to let Ireland be invaded by the English under Henry II
   By the Rev. W. McLoughlin (Dublin, 1906) - IA

* The Races of Ireland and Scotland

   By W. C. MacKenzie, F.S.A. (Scot.) (Paisley, 1916) - OL

* The Romance of Irish History
   from 'The Glories of Ireland'
   By Sir Roger Casement, C.M.G. (Washington, D.C., 1914) - IA

* Scandinavian Relations with Ireland during the Viking Period

   By A. Walsh (Dublin, 1922) - OL

* The Secret Societies of Ireland

   Their Rise and Progress
   By Captain H. B. C. Pollard (London, 1922) - OL

* A Short History of Ireland

   By Constantia Maxwell, M.A. (New York, 1917) - OL

Short History of Ireland
   Adapted from "A birds-eye view of Irish History by Sir Charles Gavan Duffy
   By Rev. F. S. Henneberry, revised by the eminent Irish scholar Rev. P. Dillon, D.D. (Chicago, 1901) - OL

* A Social History of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   By P. W. Joyce, LL.D., M.R.I.A. (London, 1903) - OL

* Stafford and Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   The History of His Vice-Royalty, with an Account of His Trial
   By Hugh O'Grady, Litt.D. (Dublin, 1923) - OL

* Stolen Waters

   A Page in the Conquest of Ulster
   By T. M. Healy, M.P. (Lodnon, 1913) - OL

* The Story of Ancient Irish Civilisation

   By P. W. Joyce, LL.D., M.R.I.A. (London, 1908) - OL - Free Audiobook by LibriVox

The Story of the Irish before the Conquest

   From the Mythical Period to the Invasion under Strongbow
   By Lady Ferguson (Mary Catherine Guinness) (Dublin, London, Edinburgh, 1903) - OL

* The Story of the Irish Nation

   By Francis Hackett (New York, 1922) - OL

* The Story of the Irish Race

   A Popular History of Ireland
   By Seumas MacManus (New York, 1921) - OL

Studies in Irish History 1603 - 1649

   The Plantation of Ulster; Strafford; 1641; The Confederation of Kilkenny
Studies in Irish History 1649 - 1775
   Oliver Cromwell in Ireland; Ireland under Charles II; Ireland under James II; Sieges of Derry and Limerick; Sarsfield; After Limerick
   By Various authors, Edited by R. Barry O'Brien (Dublin, 1903, 1906) - OL

* To-day and To-Morrow in Ireland

   Essays on Irish Subjects
   By Stephen Gwynn (Dublin, 1903) - OL

* The Town-wall Fortifications of Ireland
   Illustrated by the author
   By J. S. Fleming, F.S.A., M.R.S.A. (Ire.), etc (Paisley, Scotland, 1914) - OL

Two Centuries of Irish History

   1691 - 1870. Being a series of papers
   By Various authors (London, 1907) - OL

The Viceroys of Ireland

   The story of the Long Line of Noblemen and their Wives who have Ruled Ireland and Irish Society for over Seven Hundred Years. With portraits.
   By Charles O'Mahony (London, 1912) - OL


O'Donovan Rossa
From 'Irish Rebels in English Prisons' (New York, 1899)


Rebellion of 1641
Irish Rebellion of 1641 in: Wikipedia
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1641: Reply to the Falsification of History
   By James Anthony Froude entitled "The English in Ireland"
   By John Mitchel (Glasgow, London, 1870) - OL

   (now Lisburn); tract in contemporary hand
   extract from Ulster Journal of Archaeology (Belfast, 19th century) - IA

The Bloody Bridge
   and other Papers Relating to the Insurrection of 1641 (Sir Phelim O'Neill's Rebellion)
   By Thomas Fitzpatrick, LL.D. (Dublin, 1903) - OL

Book of Martyrs; or a History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive as well as Protestant Martyrs
   from the commencement of Christianity, to the latest period of Pagan and Popish persecution; to which is added...the massacre in the Irish Rebellion, in the year 1641
   By Rev. John Fox, M.A.; Rev. Charles A Goodrich (Middletown, 1832) - OL

A Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland - Vol I - Vol II - Vol III
   from 1641 to 1652 now for the first time published
   Edited by John T. Gilbert, F.S.A., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1879) - IA

Cromwellian Settlement
   Three Rare Puritan Tracts - Against the Toleration of Popery... Declarations of Parliament
   By Various authors (London, 1641 - 1643, Reprinted Dublin, 1879) - OL

Historical Memoirs of the Irish Rebellion in the Year 1641
   extracted from Parliamentary Journals, State-Acts, and the most Eminent Protestant Historians
   By John Curry (London, 1765) - OL

* An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State - Vol I - Vol II

   from the beginning of the Scotch Rebellion in the year MDCXXXIX to the Murther of King Charles I...the late Troubles in England, Scotland and Ireland are faithfully represented
   By John Nalson, LL.D. (London, 1682, 1683) - IA

* The History of the Execrable Irish Rebellion

   Trac'd from many preceding Acts, to the Grand Eruption the 23 of October, 1641 and thence pursued to the Act of Settlement MDCLXII
   By Edmund Borlase (London, 1680) - GB - Edmund Borlase in Wikipedia

* History of The Irish Confederation and the War in Ireland, 1641 - 1643 - Vol I - Vol II - Vol IIIVol IV - Vol VVol VI

   Ed. by John T. Gilbert, Fsa., M.R.I.A. (Limited to 200 copies, Dublin, 1882 - 1890) - UR2 - PDF versions also available; Vol VII not found

Ireland in the Seventeenth Century or The Irish Massacres of 1641-2 - Vol I - Vol II

   extracts of State Papers, unpublished MSS, Depositions, etc.
   By Mary Hickson (London, 1884) - OL

The Irish Rebellion

   or, An History of the Beginnings, and First Progress of the General Rebellion Raised within the Kingdom of Ireland, in the Year 1641
   By John Temple (London, 1751) - IA
   -  The Irish Rebellion, or an History of the Attempts of the Irish Papists to Extirpate the Protestants in the Kingdom of Ireland
     together with the Barbarous Cruelties and Bloody Massacres with ensued thereupon
     By Sir John Temple, Knt. (New ed. London, 1812) - BSL

The Irish Rebellion of 1641
   with a history of the events which led up to and succeeded it
   By Lord Ernest Hamilton (London, 1920) - OL - Lord Ernest Hamilton in: Wikipedia

* A Letter from an English Gentleman to a Member of Parliament
   shewing the Hardships, Cruelties and Severe Usage with which the Irish Nation has been treated... under the Usurper Oliver Cromwell and the no-less unjust Proceedings in the Reign of King Charles II
   Printed by T. Hill (London, 1751) - OL

* Narrartives Illustrative of the Contests in Ireland in 1641 and 1690
   Ed. by Thomas Crofton Croker (London, 1841) - OL

The Rebellion of 1641
   The Irish Ecclesiastical Record Vol XVII (Dublin 1905) - IA

* A Remonstrance of Divers Remarkeable Passages concerning the Church and Kingdome of Ireland
   to the Honourable House of Commons in England
   By Henry Jones D.D. (London, 1642) - OL

The Rise of Great Families
   Other Essays and Stories; A True Romance connected with the Irish Rebellion of 1641; Duke of Wellington, Birth, Birthplace, and Early Home...
   By Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D. (London, 1873)

* A Sermon Preach'd to the Protestants of Ireland Now Residing in London
   at their Anniversary Meeting on October XXIII 1708 - In Commemoration of their Deliverance from the Barbarous Massacre committed by the Irish Papists in the year 1641
   By Ralph Lambert, D.D., Bishop of Meath (London, 1708) - OL

The Ulster Civil War of 1641 and its Consequences
   With the History of the Irish Brigade under Montrose in 1644 - 1646
   By John McDonnell, M.D. (Dublin, 1879) - OL

Vindiciae Hibernicae: or, Ireland Vindicated
   An attempt to develop and expose a few of the multifarious errors and falsehoods respecting Ireland, in the Histories of May, Temple, Whitelock, Borlase, Rushworth, Clarendon, Cox, Carte, Leland, Warner, Macauley, Hume, and others: Particularly in the legendary tales of The Conspiracy and Pretended Massacre of 1641
   By M. Carey (Philadelphia, 1819) - OL

1798, 1803 Rebellions
For Robert Emmet see Biography
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The French in Mayo, 1798
   Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society
   By Rev. E. A. D'Alton, C.C., M.R.I.A. (Galway, 1903?) - OL

History of the Insurrection of the County of Wexford A.D. 1798
  By Edward Hay, Esq., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1803) - AAI - Short review of this book on AAI - Edward Hay in: Wikipedia

History of the Irish Insurrection of 1798
   By Edward Hay, Esq. (New York, 1847) - OL

History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798

   with Memoirs of the Union and Emmett's Insurrection in 1803
   By W. H. Maxwell, Esq (London, 1854) - OL

History of the Rebellion in Ireland in the year 1798
   containing an impartial account of the proceedings
   By the Rev. James Gordon (London, 1803) - OL
   1806 version includes 'An Account of the Insurrection in Dublin in the Year 1803' - GB

The Irish Confederates and the Rebellion of 1798
   By Henry M. Field (New York, 1851) - OL

The Memories of Sir Llewelyn Turner
   Memories Serious and Light of The Irish Rebellion of 1798 etc.
   By J. E. Vincent (London, 1903) - OL
   Scullabogue, and Vinegar Hill in the year 1798
   By Sir Richard Musgrave (Philadelphia, 1846) - OL

A Narrative of what passed at Killalla in the County of Mayo and the parts adjacent
  during the French Invasion in the Summer of 1798
  By An Eye-Witness (Bishop Joseph Stock) (Dublin, 1800) - OL

* A New and Improved History of the Rebellion in Ireland in the Year 1798
   with an appendix containing a history of the Orange Association
   By S. L. Corrigan (Belfast, 1844) - OL

Personal Narrative of the "Irish Rebellion" of 1798
   By Charles Hamilton Teeling (London, 1828) - OL
  in which the author was engaged during the awful period of 1798; his trial
  By Thomas Cloney (Dublin, 1832) - OL

* The Principles of Peace
   exemplified in the conduct of the Society of Friends during the Rebellion of the Year 1798
   By Thomas Hancock, M.D. (London, 1825) - OL

The Rebellion of 1798
   facsimile documents
   By S. J. Connolly (Dublin, 1979) - National Archives of Ireland website

Rebels who surrendered in the City of Dublin - 1798

   alphabetical list giving Name, Residence, Occupation
   The Journals of the House of Commons, Kingdom of Ireland (Dublin, 1798) - OL

Researches in the South of Ireland

   illustrative of the Scenery, Architectural Remains, and the Manners and Superstitions of the Peasantry; with an Appendix containing a Private Narrative of the Rebellion of 1798
   By T. Crofton Croker (London, 1824) - OL

Revolted Ireland 1798 and 1803
   By the Hon. Albert S.G. Canning (London, 1886) - OL

* The Sham Squire and the Informers of 1798
   By W. J. Fitz-Patrick, J.P. (Dublin, 1872) - OL
   - Ireland Before the Union - a Sequel to 'The Sham Squire'
     with revelations from the unpublished diary of Lord Clonmel
     By Wm. J, Fitzpatrick, J.P. (Dublin, 1867) - OL

* The War in Wexford
   an account of the rebellion in the south of Ireland in 1798 told from original documents
   By H. F. B. Wheeler; A.M. Broadley (London, 1910) - OL - book has been rotated

Acts of Union
See also Government - Parliament
Acts of Union 1800 in: Wikipedia
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An Account of the Parliament House, Dublin
   with Notices of Parliaments held there 1661 - 1800
   By John T. Gilbert, LL.D., M.R.I.A., F.S.A. (Dublin, 1896) - IA - John Thomas Gilbert (1829 - 1898) in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia

* An Account of the Proceedings of the Merchants... concerned in the Wool and Woolen Trade

   of Great Britain in their Application to Parliament, that the Laws respecting the Exportation of Wool might not be altered, in arranging the Union with Ireland... 'the very serious and alarming consequences to be apprehended from a Repeal of the Laws Probihiting the Exportation of Wool...
    By John Maitland, Chairman (London, 1800) - OL

* An Address to the Merchants, Manufacturers and Landed Proprieters of Ireland

   in which the influence of an Union of their respective pursuits is examined
   By Nicholas Philpot Leader, Esq. (Dublin, 1800) - OL

* Arguments For and Against an Union

   between Great Britain and Ireland considered
   Printed for J. Wright (Dublin, reprinted London, 1798) - OL

 * The Closing of the Irish Parliament

   By John Roche Ardill, LL.D. (Dublin, 1907) - OL

The Economic History of Ireland from the Union to the Famine

   By George O'Brien, Litt.D., M.R.I.A. (London, 1921) - IA

The End of the Irish Parliament

   By Joseph R. Fisher (London, 1911) - OL

The Finances of Ireland - before the Union and after

   An Historical Study
   By the Earl of Dunraven, K.P. (Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin) (London, 1912) - OL

Historic Records and Secret Memoirs of the Legislative Union

   between Great Britain and Ireland
   By Sir Jonah Barrington (London, 1844) - OL

A History of the Legislative Union of Great Britain and Ireland
   By Thomas Dunbar Ingram, LL.D. (London, 1887) - OL

History of the Union of the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland

   with an introductory survey of Hibernian affairs
   By Charles Coote, LL.D. (London, 1802) - OL

How the Union was Carried

   Events leading up to the Union of Great Britain and Ireland
   By J. G. Swift Mac Neill, M.A., M.P. (London, 1887) - OL

An Impartial History of the Late Rebellion in Ireland

   and of the Union between Great Britain and Ireland
   By Patrick Duigenan, L.L.D., M.P. (London, 1802) - OL

Ireland Before and After the Union with Great Britain

   By R. M. Martin, Esq. (2nd Ed. London, Dublin, 1848) - OL

Rise and Fall of the Irish Nation

   ...that disastrous measure, called a "legislative Union" extinguished at one blow, the pride, the prosperity, and the Independence of the Irish Nation...
   By Jonah Barrington, L.L.D., K.C., M.P. (Paris, 1833) - OL

* Speech of Lord Minto in the House of Peers

   on a motion respecting An Union between Great Britain and Ireland
   Printed by John Exshaw (Dublin, 1799) - OL

Speech of the Right Honorable John Foster

   Speaker of the House of Commons of Ireland; against the Act of Union
   By John Foster (Dublin, 1800) - OL

Speech of the Rt. Hon. William Pitt on the Basis of an Union between Great Britain and Ireland

   House of Commons, London (1799); to which is added Speeches by the Rt. Hon. John Foster (Speaker of the Irish House of Commons and opposed to the Union) on Commerce between Great Britain and Ireland on permanent and equitable principles (1785)
   Printed by John Exshaw (Dublin, 1799) - OL

Catholic Emancipation

Catholic Emancipation in: Wikipedia
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Catholic Emancipation 1829 - 1929
   Introduction by His Eminence Cardinal Bourne
   Essays by Various Writers (New York, 1929) - IA

Catholic Emancipation

   Incompatible with the Safety of the Established Religion, Liberty, Laws and Protestant Succession, of the British Empire
   By Rev. Richard Warner, F.A.S. (London, 1829) - OL

Familiar Letters on the Real Argument Peculiar to the Question of Catholic Emancipation

   Addresed to the Righ Honourable The Earl of Donoughmore
   By P. Moore, Esq., M.P. (London, 1812) - OL


Hibernica trinoda neccessitas
   A Regulation of Tithes - A Provision for the Catholic Clergy - and Catholic Emancipation; Thoughts on the Foregoing Heads, together with Observations on the Opinions of Doctor Patrick Duigenan
   By Robert Bellew (London, 1803) - OL

Observations upon Tythes, Rents, and Other Subjects with a Peculiar Reference to Ireland

   An Appendix and postscript upon Catholic Emancipation
   By John Reade, Esq. (Dublin, 1811) - OL

The Petition of the Catholics of Ireland to the King's Most Excellent Majesty

   presented at St. James's
   By Edward Byrne, John KeoghJames Edward Devereux, Christopher Bellew and Sir Thomas French, Bart. (Dublin, 1793) - OL

A Sketch of the History of Two Acts of the Irish Parliament, to prevent the further Growth of Popery in a Letter to a Member of the House of Commons of Ireland

   To which is added The Civil and Military Articles of Limerick
   By Unknown author (London, 1778) - OL



The Famine
The Famine in Co. Down  - Ros Davies' website
Great Famine (Ireland) in: Wikipedia
Irish Famine (1740 - 1741) in: Wikipedia
Strokestown Park - the Irish National Famine Museum - official website
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Annals of the Famine in Ireland
   in 1847, 1848 and 1849
   By Mrs. A. Nicholson (New York, 1851) - IA

* The Grosse-Isle Tragedy and the Monument to the Irish Fever Victims 1847

   By J. A. Jordan (Quebec, 1909) - OL

An Interesting Memoir of the Jamestown Voyage to Ireland

   A famine relief ship sails from Boston to Ireland in 1847
   By R. B. Forbes (Boston, 1890) - OL

* Facts for the Kind-Hearted of England!

   as to the Wretchedness of the Irish Peasantry and the Means for their Regeneration
   By Jasper W. Rogers, C.E. (London, 1847) - OL

The Great Irish Famine

   A controversial look at the Famine
   Approved by the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education (Moorestown, New Jersey, 1996) - IA

* The History of the Great Irish Famine of 1847

   with Notices of Earlier Irish Famines
   By the Rev. John O'Rourke, P.P., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1902)  - PG - Transcription of this book visit: www.failteromhat.com

* The Irish Crisis of 1879 -80

   Proceedings of the Dublin Mansion House Relief Committee 1880; sources of the fund: Great Britain, Ireland, France, India, South Africa, United States, Canada and South America, Australasia
   By order of the Committee (Dublin, 1881) - OL - See Irish Famine (1879) in: Wikipedia

* Irish Scenes Eighteen Years Ago

   Now published with a view to affording some additional relief to the Starving Poor of Ireland
   By Unknown Author, Preface by Rev. Francis Trench (London, 1847) - OL

* A Journal of a Visit of Three Days to Skibbereen and its Neighbourhood

   an 'incredible scene of destitution, desolation and death...'
   By Elihu Burritt (London, 1847) - PG

* Killarney [Poor Law] Union

   handwritten Minutes and Proceedings of the Board of Guardians
   By the Secretary (Killarney, 1845) - for more minutes of the Killarney Union 1845 - 1848 visit: An Gorta Mor - The Great Hunger website of Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut

Lettre Pastorale de Monseigneur L'Eveque de Montreal

   ... en faveur de la Malheureuse Irelande (in French - Pastoral Letter regarding the unfortunate of Ireland at the time of the Famine)
   By the Bishop of Montreal (Montreal, 1847) - OL

* A Memoir of Ireland in 1850

   By An Ex-M.P. (Dublin, 1851) - IA

* Memorandums Made In Ireland in the Autumn of 1852 - Vol I - 
 Vol II
   Observations on the condition of the peasantry etc. on an extensive tour of Ireland
   By John Forbes, M.D., F.R.S., Physician to Her Majesty's Household (London, 1853) - OL

* Names on the Irish Wall, Toronto

   675 names of famine victims listed on the 1847 Memorial (N. Ireland, undated) - Ulster Ancestry Free Pages website

Narrative of a Journey from Oxford to Skibbereen During the Year 1847

   observations of the Famine
   Dufferin and Claneboye, George Frederick Boyle (Oxford, 1847) - OL

* Observations on The Famine of 1846-7 in the Highlands of Scotland and in Ireland

   As Illustrating the Connection of the Principle of Population with the Management of the Poor
   By William Pulteney Alison, M.D., F.R.S.E. (Edinburgh, London, 1847) - OL

* The Ocean Plague or A Voyage to Quebec in an Irish Emigrant Vessel

   embracing Quarantine at Grosse Isle in 1847. With Notes Illustrative of the Ship-Pestilence of that Fatal Year
   By a Cabin Passenger (Robert Whyte) (Boston, 1848) - OL

* Report of the Mansion House Committee on the Potato Disease

   Printed by J. Browne (Dublin, 1846) - GB

* Toronto Philharmonic Society - The Concert for the Benefit of the Irish and Scotch Relief Funds

   St. George's Day, Friday, April 23, 1847
   Concert Programme (Toronto, 1847) - OL

* A Twelve Month's Residence in Ireland during the Famine and the Public Works of 1846 and 1847

   with suggestions to meet the coming crisis
   By William Henry Smith C.E. (London, 1848) - OL

* The Typhus of 1847

   Translation from original French
   By the Gray Nuns (Montreal, 1847) - UL

The Land War

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* The Condition and Prospects of Ireland
   and the evils arising from the present distribution of landed property with suggestions for a remedy
   By Jonathan Pim (Dublin, 1848) - OL

The History of Landholding in Ireland

   By Joseph Fisher (London, 1877) - IA

* Ireland and the Land League

   Or, a Key to the Irish Question; with an Introduction by Hon. Wendell Phillips
   By P. J. Flatley, Esq. (Boston, 1881) - OL

Ireland Under The Land Act

   Letters contributed to the 'Standard' Newspaper; with an appendix of leading cases under the Act, giving the evidence in full, judicial dicta, etc.
   By E. Cant-Wall (London, 1882) - eBR

Irish Emigration and the Tenure of Land in Ireland

   By the Rt. Hon. Lord Dufferin, K.P. (1867) - OL

The Irish Land Question

   By James Caird (London, 1869) - OL

The Irish people and the Irish Land

   A letter to Lord Lifford; with comments on the publications of Lord Dufferin and Lord Rosse
   By Isaac Butt (Dublin, 1867) - OL

Landlords and Tenants in Ireland

   By Finlay Dun (London, 1881) - OL

* La Question Agraire en Irlande

   (in French)
   par Paul Fournier (Paris, 1832) - IA

The Land-War in Ireland

   A History for the Times
   By James Godkin (London, 1870) - OL - Transcription - www.failteromhat.com

Report of the Proceedings at the Great Aggregate Meeting of The Irish Landlords

   held in Dublin
   His Grace the Duke of Abercorn [James Hamilton] in the Chair (Dublin, 1882) - OL

The Tenure of Land in Ireland

   Chapters include " Irish Emigration - is it a calamity?", "Irish Emigration - has it been caused by Landlords?", etc.
   Abridged from the work of the Right Hon. Lord Dufferin, K.P. (1870) - OL

* The Ulster Land War of 1770

   The History of the Hearts of Steel
   By Francis Joseph Bigger (Dublin, 1910) - OL

The Irish Question

(1798 - 1922)
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* An Appeal to England against the Execution of the Condemned Fenians
  A poem
  By Algernon Charles Swinburne (Manchester, 1867) - OL

* The Case of Ireland Stated Historically

   from the Earliest Times to the Present together with A Gazetteer
   Pub. by P. T. Sherlock (Chicago, 1880) - OL

* Contemporary Ireland

   with an Introduction by T. M. Kettle, M.P.
   By L. Paul-Dubois (Dublin, New York, 1908) - OL

* The Crime against Ireland

   and How the War may right it
   By Sir Roger Casement (New York, 1914) - OL

* Criminal History of the British Empire

   Britain's dealings with Ireland and many countries around the world
   By Patrick Ford (New York, 1915) - OL

* The Crisis in Ireland

   An account of the present condition of Ireland and suggestions towards reform
   By the Earl of Dunraven, (Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin) President of the Irish Reform Association (London, Dublin, 1905) - - IA

* A Critical Examination of Irish History - Vol I - 
Vol II
   Being a replacement of the false by the true
   By T. Dunbar Ingram, LL.D. (London, 1900) - OL

* Diary of the Parnell Commission

   Revised from "The Daily News"
   By John MacDonald, M.A. (London, 1890) - OL

* Dissertations on the History of Ireland

   To which is subjoined A Dissertation on the Irish Colonies established in Britain
   By C. O'Conor, Esq. (Dublin, 1766) - OL

* The Doubtful Grant of Ireland

   By Pope Adrian IV to King Henry II Investigated
   By Laurence Ginnell (Dublin, 1899) - OL

* The Downfall of Parliamentarianism

   A Retrospect fro the Accounting Day
   By William O'Brien, M.P. (Dublin, London, 1918) - OL

* Dublin Castle and the Irish People

   By R. Barry O'Brien (London, 1909) - OL

* Eighty-Five Years of Irish History

   1800 - 1885. ...a supplementary chapter bringing down the narrative to 1887
   By William Joseph O'Neill Daunt (London, 1888) - OL

* England and Ireland

   By John Stuart Mill (1868) - OL

* England's Title in Ireland

   A Letter addressed to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
   By R. Barry O'Brien (London, 1905) - OL

* English Atrocities in Ireland

   A compilation from Court and Press records
   By Katherine Hughes (New York, 1920) - OL

* English Misrule in Ireland

   A course of Lectures; in reply to James Anthony Froude, Esq.
   By Very Rev. Thomas N. Burke, O.P. (New York, 1873) - OL

* English Misrule and Irish Misdeeds

   Four Letters from Ireland addressed to An English Member of Parliament
   By Aubrey de Vere (London, 1848) - BSL

* England's Western or America's Eastern Shore?

   Old Ireland a New State?
   By An Old and Almost Obsolete Loyalist (Dublin, 1851) - OL

* Evidence on Conditions in Ireland

   Comprising the complete testimony, affidavits and exhibits presented before the American Commission on Conditions in Ireland
   By Albert Coyle (Washinton, D.C., 1921) - OL

* The Fellon's Track - a Narrative of '48

   Embracing the Leading Events in the Irish Struggle for the year 1843 to the close of 1848
   By Michael Doheny (New York, 1867) - OL

* Force No Remedy

   By Annie Besant (London, 1882) - OL

* Free State or Republic

   Pen Pictures of the Historic Treaty Session of Dail Eireann
   By Padraig de Burca and John F. Boyle (Dublin, London, 1922) - OL

* Froude's Slanders on Ireland and Irishmen

   'Thumping English Lies'; a course of lectures given by [James Anthony Froude] in Association Hall, New York; with Preface and Notes by Col. Jas. E. McGee, and Wendell Phillips's views of the situation
   Pub. by J. A. McGee (New York, 1872) - PL - James Anthony Froude in: Wikipedia - Wendell Phillips in: Wikipedia

* Gladstone Ireland Rome

   A Word of Warning to Electors
   Reprinted with considerable Additions from "The English Churchman" (London, 1891) - OL

* Gladstone - Parnell and the Great Irish Struggle

   with Biographies of the Great Leaders... and many others
   By Hon Thomas Power O'Connor, M.P. and Robert McWade, Esq. (USA, 1886) - OL

* Handbook of Home Rule

   Being Articles on the Irish Question
   By the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P.; the Right Hon John Morley, M.P. and others (London, 1887) - IA - Transcription - www.failteromhat.com

* An Historical Apology for the Irish Catholics

   By William Parnell, Esq. (London, 1808) - OL

* Historical Sketch of the Late Catholic Association of Ireland - Vol I - 
Vol II
   By Thomas Wyse, Esq., Jun. (London, 1829) - OL

* The Historic Case for Irish Independence

   By Darrell Figgis (1918) - LI (Transcription)

Home Government for Ireland. Irish Federalism!
   Its Meaning, Its Objects, and Its Hopes
   By Isaac Butt (Dublin, 1871) - OL

* Home Rule: Fenian Home Rule: Home Rule All Round: Devolution
   What do they Mean?
   By Arthur Warren Samuels, K.C. (Dublin, London, 1911) - OL

* An Impartial History of the Late Rebellion in Ireland

   and of the Union between Great Britain and Ireland
   By Patrick Duigenan, L.L.D., M.P. (London, 1802) - OL

* The Invincible Irish

   with an appendix 'Ireland's Right to Freedom' by Martin Conboy
   By J. C. Walsh (New York, 1919) - OL

Ireland

Ireland - Third Edition with chapters on the Irish Free State by Michael MacDonagh
   illustrated history
   By Hon. Emily Lawless, Litt.D. (London, Leipsic, 1912, 1923) - IA

* Ireland: A Book of Light on the Irish Problem

   contributed in union by a number of leading Irishmen and Englishmen
   Ed. by Andrew Reid (London, 1886) - OL

* Ireland and America, versus England

   from a Fenian Point of View - A Lecture delivered in the Principal Cities and Towns of the West
   By Brig. Gen. J. L. Kiernan, U.S.A. (Detroit, 1864) - eBR

* Ireland and England - in the Past and at Present

   By Edward Raymond Turner (New York, 1920) - OL
* Edward Raymond Turner of the University of Michigan - Apostle and Apologist of Reaction
   in response earlier ed. of the above
   By Daniel T. O'Connell, LL.D. (Washington, D.C., 1919) - OL

* Ireland and her Agitators

   Contemporary discussion of the Irish Question
   By W. J. O'N. Daunt (Dublin, 1867) - OL

* Ireland and Her Story

   By Justin McCarthy (London, 1903) - OL

Ireland and the Holy See - A Retrospect 1866 v. 1883

   Illegal and Seditious Movements in Ireland contrasted with the Principles of the Catholic Church as shown in the writings of Cardinal Cullen
   Printed at the Propaganda Press (Rome, 1883) - OL

* Ireland and the Ulster Legend or the Truth about Ulster

   Statistical Tables compiled from Parliamentary Blue Books and White Papers, etc.
   By W. A. McKnight, Foreword by Sophie Bryant, D.Sc., Litt.D. (London, 1921) - OL

* Ireland an Enemy of the Allies? (L'Irlande - Ennemie?)

   Translated from the French
   By R. C. Escouflaire (New York, 1920) - OL
   French edition (Paris, 1918) - OL

* Ireland at the Cross Roads

   An Essay in Explanation
   By Filson Young (London, 1904) - OL

* Ireland and the Home Rule Movement

   with a Preface by John Redmond, M.P.
   By Michael F. J. McDonnell (Dublin, 1908) - OL

* Ireland a Nation

   By Robert Lynd (New York, 1920) - OL

Ireland and its Rulers since 1829 - Part the First - 
Part the Second
   By Daniel Owen Madden (London, 1843, 1844) - eBR, OL

Ireland in 1839 and 1869

   By H. S. Thompson (London, 1870) - OL

* Ireland in the Last Fifty Years 1866 - 1918

   By Ernest Barker (Oxford, 1919) - Canadian Libraries

Ireland in 1868, The Battle-Field for English Party Strife

   its grievances, real and factitious; remedies, abortive or mischievous
   By Gerald Fitzgibbon, Esq. (London, 1868) - eBR

* Ireland in 1872

   A Tour of Observation with remarks on Irish Public Questions
   By James Macaulay, M.A., M.D., Edin. (London, 1873) - OL

* Ireland in 1921
   By C. J. C. Street - 'I.O' (London, 1922) - OL

* Ireland in the New Century

   with an Epilogue in Answer to Some Critics
   By Sir Horace Plunkett, K.C.V.O., F.R.S. (New York, 1905) OL

* Ireland in Travail

   By Joice M. Nankivell; Sydney Loch (London, 1922) - OL

* Ireland and Poland - A Comparison

   By T. W. Rolleston (London, 1917) - OL

* Ireland Since the Union

   Sketches of Irish History from 1798 to 1886; with Copious Index
   By Justin H. McCarthy, M.P. (Chicago, New York, 1887) - OL

* Ireland - A Study in Nationalism

   By Francis Hackett (New York 1918) - OL

* Ireland under Coercion - Vol I - Vol II

   The Diary of an American
   By William Henry Hurlbert (Edinburgh, 1888) - OL

* Ireland under English Rule

   Translated from the French Etudes sur l'Irlande Contemporaine (Paris, 1862)
   By Rev. Father Perraud (Dublin, 1864) - OL

* Ireland under English Rule, or, A plea for the plaintiff - Vol I - 
Vol II
   By Thomas Addis Emmet (New York, London, 1903) - eBR, OL

* Ireland under the Ordinary Law - a Record of Agrarian Crimes and Offences

   reported in the Dublin Daily Press for the six months October 1886 - March 1887
   By the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union (Dublin, London, Edinburgh, 1887) - OL

* Ireland: Vital Hour

   By Arthur Lynch, M.P. (Philadelphia, 1915) - OL

* Ireland's Case

   By Seumas MacManus (New York, 1918) - OL

Ireland's Declarations and Addresses on behalf of the Maintenance of the Legislative Union

   The Irish Unionist Alliance (Dublin, Belfast, London, 1893) - OL

* Ireland's Position Explained and Justified

   also - 'The Red Hand of Ulster or Hugh O'Neill's Life and Struggles'
   By James J. Gahan (Quebec, 1878) - OL

* An Irish Apologia

   Some thoughts on Anglo-Irish Relations and the War
   By Warre B. Wells (Dublin, London, 1917) - OL

* An Irish Catholic's Advice to his Brethern

   How to Estimate their Present Situation and Repel French Invasion, Civil Wars and Slavery
   By Denys Scully, Esq. (New Ed. Dublin, London, 1803) - OL

* Irish History and the Irish Question
   By Goldwin Smith (New York, 1905) - Amazon Kindle Books (free as at Aug 2013)

* Irish Ideas

   By William O'Brien, M.P. (London, 1893) - OL - Transcription - LI

* Irish Indiscretions

   By Warre B. Wells (London, 1922) - OL

* Irish Impressions

   By G. K. Chesterton (London, 1919) - OL - Free Audiobook by LibriVox

* The Irish National Invincibles

   and their times
   By Patrick J, P, Tynan ("Number one") (English edition, London, 1894) - OL

* Irish Nationalism

   An Appeal to History
   By the Duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T. (London, 1893) - OL

* Irish Nationality

  By Alice Stopford Green (New York, London, 1911) - OL

Irish Rebels in English Prisons

   A Record of Prison Life
   By O'Donovan Rossa (New York, 1899) - OL

* Irish Roman Catholic Protest against Home Rule

   Undated Leaflet

* Irland und die Irische Frage
   (Ireland and the Irish Questiion); In German
   By Dr. M. J. Bonn (Muenchen, Leipzig, 1918) - OL

* The King, The Kaiser and Irish Freedom

   [he] 'is peculiarly fitted and especially endowed to write a book friendly to Germany'
   By James K. McGuire (New York, 1915) - OL

* The Last Conquest of Ireland (Perhaps)

   By John Mitchel (Author's Edition, Glasgow, 1882) - OL - Transcription of the 1876 edition - LI

* The Legacy of Past Years

   A Study of Irish History
   By the Earl of Dunraven, K.P. (Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin) (London, 1911) - OL

* Lecture on 'Ireland in Sunshine and Shadow'

   By J. J. McGahan, Esq. (Quebec, 1876) - OL

* A Letter to the Right Honourable Lord North

   on his Propositions in Favour of Ireland
   By Francis Dobbs, Esq. (Dublin, 1780) - OL

* The Life and Death of the Irish Parliament

   A Lecture
   By the Right Hon. James Whiteside, Q.C., LL.D., M.P. (Dublin, 1863) - BSL

* Loyalty and Disloyalty

   What it Means in Ireland
   By Alice Stopford Green Litt.D. (Dublin, London, 1918) - OL

* Macariae Excidium or the Destruction of Cyprus

   Being a Secret History of the War of the Revolution in Ireland
   By Colonel Charles O'Kelly (Dublin, 1850) - IA

* The New Birth of Ireland
   By L. G. Redmond-Howard (London, 1913) - OL

* New Ireland
   By A. M. Sullivan, M.P. (New York, 1878) - OL

* An Olive Branch in Ireland

   and its History
   By William O'Brien, M.P. (London, 1910) - OL

* The Open Secret of Ireland

   with an introduction by J. E. Redmond, M.P.
   By T. M. Kettle (London, 1912) - OL

* Ourselves Alone in Ulster

   New Edition - with Notes
   By Alice Stopford Green, Litt.D. (Dublin, London, 1918) - OL

* The Outlook in Ireland

   The Case for Devolution and Conciliation
   By the Right Hon. The Earl of Dunraven, K.P. (Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin) (Dublin, London, 1908) - OL

* Peasant Proprietary in Ireland - A Rejoinder

   By Richard J. Kelly, B.L. (Dublin, 1886) - OL

* Pieces of Irish History, illustrative of the Condition of the Catholics of Ireland
   of the Origin and Progress of the Political System of the United Irishmen...
   By Various authors (New York, 1807) - OL

* Proceedings of the Home Rule Conference

   Held at the Rotunda, Dublin - 1873. List of ticket holders, index of speakers
   The Irish Home Rule League (Dublin, 1874) - IA

* Repeal of the Union with Ireland
   A Speech by Lord Macaulay, 1833
   Published by the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union (Dublin, 1886) - OL

* Report of the Proceedings of the Irish Convention

   Presented to Parliament by Command of His Majesty
   HMSO (Dublin, 1918) - OL

* Revolution: The only remedy for the oppressed classes of Ireland, England, and other parts of the British Empire
   To the Man in Ireland, Whose Name is Believed to be Quinn, but Who Signs Himself "Dunraven"
   A Reply to "Dunraven" (Dublin or New York? 1880) - OL

* The Saving of Ireland - Industrial, Financial, Political

   to "assist in paving the way for the passing of a sound Local Government Bill for Ireland..."
   By Sir George Baden-Powell, K.C.M.G., M.P., etc., etc. (Edinburgh, London 1898) - OL

* The Separatist Conspiracy in Ireland

   Reprinted from The National Review
   By Pactum Serva (London, 1907) - OL

Speech in Aid of Home Rule for Ireland

   By Hon. Edward Blake (Boston, 1894) - OL

* Speech of Lord Dunraven (Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin) at Limerick

   Wednesday, March 22nd, 1893
   Published by the Irish Unionist Alliance (Dublin, Belfast, London, 1893) - OL

* The State of Ireland

   A Letter to the Right Hon. Chichester Fortescue, M.P.
   By John Earl Russell (London, 1868) - OL

* State of Ireland during the Eighteenth Century

   from 'The British Empire in the Nineteenth Century' (Chapter V)
   By Edgar Sanderson (1898) - IA - Transcription - LI

* The Struggle of the Irish People

   Address to the Congress of the United States. Adopted at the January Session of Dail Eireann, 1921. Includes lists of Irish citizens murdered by English forces, towns and villages ravaged by English troops, etc.
   Presented by Mr. Borah (Washington, 1921) - OL

* The Truth about Ireland

   By An English Liberal (London, 1884) - OL

* Ulster

   A Brief Statement of Fact
   By P. S. O'Hegarty (Dublin, London, 1919) - OL

* Ulster and Ireland

   By James Winder Good (Dublin, London, 1919) - OL



* The Ulster Loyalists - A Reply to the Speeches of Rev. Dr. Kane and Mr. G. Hill Smith
   By Brian Lynch (Toronto, 1886) - OL

* An Ulsterman for Ireland
   being letters to the Protestant Farmers, Labourers, and Artisans of the North of Ireland; foreword by Eoin Mac Neill
   By John Mitchel (Dublin, 1917) - OL

* The United Irishmen, their Lives and Times

   By Richard R. Madden, F.R.C.S., ENG., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1858) - OL

* The Unknown Power Behind the Irish Nationalist Party

   Its Present Work.. and Criminal History
   By the Editor of "Grievances from Ireland" (London, 1907) - OL

* Views of Ireland - Moral, Politial and Religious - Vol I - Vol II

   By John O'Driscol, Esq. (London, 1823) - OL

* What's the Matter with Ireland?
   By Ruth Russell (New York, 1920) - OL

* Why Home Rule is Undesirable

   from 'The North American Review'
   By W. E. H. Lecky (USA, late 19th century?)

* A Word for Ireland

   By T. M. Healy, M.P., Barrister-at-Law (Dublin, 1886) - OL

The Rise of Sinn Fein and the 1916 Rebellion
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Casement in Deutschland
   in German
   By Franz Rothenfelder; mit einem Vorwort von Ferdinand Hansen (Augsburg, 1917) - OL

* Doing My Bit for Ireland

   Wounded while fighting in the uniform of the Irish Volunteers
   By Margaret Skinnider (New York, 1917) - OL

The Evolution of Sinn Fein

   Modern Ireland in the Making
   By Robert Mitchell Henry (Dublin, London, 1920) - OL

Gun Running for Casement in the Easter Rebellion, 1916

   By Reserve-Lieutenant Karl Spindler of the German Navy, translated by W. Montgomery, M.A. (Late Lieutenant R.N.V.R.) and E.H. McGrath, M.A. (London, 1921) - IA
   German language version (Berlin, 1921) - OL

A History of the Irish Rebellion of 1916

   The Irish Convention and Sinn Fein 
   - in continuation of "A History of the Irish Rebellion of 1916"
   By Warre B. Wells and N. Marlowe (Dublin, London, 1916, 1918) - OL

* History of the Sinn Fein Movement and the Irish Rebellion of 1916

   By Francis P. Jones; Introduction by Hon. John W. Goff (New York, 1917) - OL

* The Insurrection in Dublin

   By James Stephens (New York, 1917) - OL - Free Audiobook by LibriVox

The Irish Rebellion of 1916

   or The Unbroken Tradition
   By Nora Connolly (daughter of James Connolly) (New York, 1919) - OL

* The Irish Rebellion of 1916: a Brief History of the Revolt and its Suppression

   By John F. Boyle (London, 1916) - OL

The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and Its Martyrs

   Erin's Tragic Easter
   By Padraic Colum, Maurice Joy, James Reidy, Sidney Gifford, Rev. T. Gavan Duffy, Mary M. Colum, Mary J. Ryan and Seumas O'Brien (New York, 1916) - OL

The Irish Republic

   An analytical history of Ireland 1914 - 1918...Easter Insurrection, Sketch of De Valera... close-up of countess Markievicz... a defense of Ulster. Illustrated
   By Charles Newton Wheeler, Chicago Tribune correspondent (Chicago, 1919) - OL

* The Issue - The Case for Sinn Fein

   New Ireland Pamphlets, NO. 3; as passed by Censor
   By Lector (Dublin, 1918) - OL

* James Connolly: Irish Republican Leader and International Socialist

   By Patrick L. Quinlan (reprint from 'The New Age', Buffalo, New York, 1922) - IA

* 'Jim' Connolly and Irish Freedom

   a pamphlet of The Little Red Library / Daily Worker; a Marxist perspective
   By G. Schueller (Washington, 1926) - IA

The New Ireland

   Sinn Fein and the New Nationalism, The Gaelic League, etc.
   By Sydney Brooks of the Daily Mail (Dublin, London, 1907) - OL

Red Terror and Green
   The Sinn Fein-Bolshevist Movement
   By Richard Dawson (New York, 1920) - OL

* The Resurrection of Hungary - A Parallel for Ireland

   with appendices on Pitt's Policy and Sinn Fein; the founder of Sinn Fein explores the concept of 'dual monarchy' as practised in the Austro-Hungarian Empire
   By Arthur Griffith (Dublin, 1918) - OL
   This book is discussed in an Irish Times article "Salmond may be a great Scot but is no Hitler" by Patrick Smyth 21 Apr 2012

The Significance of Sinn Fein

   Psychological, Political and Economic
   By J. R. White (Dublin, 1919) - OL

Sinn Fein

   An Illumination
   By P. S. O'Hegarty (Dublin, London, 1919) - OL


* The Sinn Fein Rebellion As I Saw It
   By Mrs. Hamilton Norway, wife of the Secretary for the Post Office in Ireland (London, 1916) - OL

* Sinn Fein Rebellion Handbook

   Easter, 1916; Punishment of Rebels - Full Record of Sentences; Casualities - Official lists of Military, Royal Irish Constabulary, Dublin Metropolitan Police, Volunteer Training Corps. and Rebels; Names of Persons Interred in Cemeteries; Official Lists of Prisoners Deported and Released...
   Compiled by the 'Weekly Irish Times' (Dublin, 1917) - OL
   This book was the 'eBook of the Month' for May, 2012 - for short review see Main Index page
   Dublin Metropolitan Police in: Mount Jerome Cemetery - Royal Irish Constabulary in: Mount Jerome Cemetery

Sir Edward Carson and The Ulster Movement

   By St. John G. Ervine (New York, 1916) - OL

* Six Days of the Irish Republic

   By L. G. Redmond-Howard (London, Dublin, 1916) - OL

* The Voice of Ireland

   Being an Interview with John Rdmond, M.P. and some Messages [of condemnation] from Representative Irishmen regarding the Sinn Fein Rebellion
   Published by Thomas Nelson and Sons (London, 1916) - IA

What Could Germany Do For Ireland?

   By James K. McGuire (New York, 1916) - OL

What Made Ireland Sinn Fein

   The Result of a Year's (1919) Study in Ireland of Sinn Fein
   Edited by John X. Regan, A.M. (Boston, 1921) - OL

* What Sinn Fein Stands For

   The Irish Republican Movement; Its History, Aims and Ideals, Examined as to their Significance to the World
   By A. de Blacam (Dublin, 1921) - OL



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