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Charters National Library of Ireland
Ireland sixty years ago. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland German National Library
An Irish Catholic's advice to his brethren : how to estimate their present situation, and repel French invasion, civil wars, and slavery National Library of Ireland
The Parson's horn-book National Library of Ireland
A plan for the relief of the unemployed poor. National Library of Ireland
Plan, or proposed system, by which above fifty thousand poor in Ireland may not only be supported, but lodged in comfort, and made useful members of society; promote the national peace and prosperity of the Kingdom, without any additional taxation. National Library of Ireland
A plea for Ireland; submitting the outline of a proposition for holding the Court and Parliament, at occasional intervals, in Dublin. In a letter to the Right Hon. Lord Althorp, ... National Library of Ireland
The policy of a poor law for Ireland, analytically examined National Library of Ireland
Poor colonies at home! Shewing how the whole of our pauper population may be profitably employed in England. National Library of Ireland
Poor laws in Ireland, considered in their probable effects upon the capital, the prosperity, & the progressive improvement of that country. National Library of Ireland
The powers and duties of justices of the peace in Ireland : and of constables as connected therewith : with an appendix of statutes and forms Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The principle of the English poor laws illustrated and defended, by an historical vieew of indigence in civil society : with suggestions relative to their improved administration: to which are added observations on the state of the indigent poor in Ireland, and the existing instituions for their relief National Library of Ireland
Prize essay, addressed to the Agricultural Committee of the Royal Dublin Socety. On the management of landed property in Ireland; the consolidation of small farms, employment of the poor, etc. etc. National Library of Ireland
Proceedings. 1830-04-07 National Library of Ireland
Proceedings of a general court martial assembled at Malta, March 1st, 1824, together with subsequent proceedings respecting the trial of Lieut. George Francis Dawson, ... for hesitating to comply with an order by which he was required to assist and participate in the ceremonies of the Romish Church National Library of Ireland
Proofs of the contagion of malignant cholera. National Library of Ireland
Published by the Irish Hom@oeopathic Society. A concise view of the system of hom@oeopathy, and refutation of the objections commonly brought forward against it National Library of Ireland
The question of the Irish Church. A letter to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M.P. National Library of Ireland
Questions of election law, argued at the late elections, in the months of May and August, 1831, for members to serve in the Imperial Parliament, for the city of Dublin National Library of Ireland
Rakes and ruffians : the underworld of Georgian Dublin Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
Reasons for abiding in the Established Church : in a letter to the Rev. Charles Hargrove, A.B. National Library of Ireland
Reflections on cholera, considered as a visitation of God. National Library of Ireland
Remarks on the cholera morbus: containing a description of the disease, its symptoms, causes, and treatment, ... National Library of Ireland
A remonstrance against the cry of no popery. National Library of Ireland
Repeal of union. Speech of the Right Honourable Thomas Spring Rice, ... in the House of Commons, ... the 11th of February, 1833; in the debate on the address in answer to His Majesty's speech. Extracted from the Mirror of Parliament, Part CLXXXIV National Library of Ireland
The Reply to Pope Gregory's late letter to the archbishops and bishops of Ireland : with a Preface establishing the authenticity of that document. National Library of Ireland
A reply to the dissenters in their attacks on the Established Church; addressed to the people of England National Library of Ireland
A report of an interesting case wherein Mr. Francis Doyle, of Carrick-on-Suir, merchant and cloth-manufacturer, was plaintiff, and Sir Thomas Judkin Fitzgerald, High Sheriff of the county of Tiperary, in the year 1798, was defendant. : Tried and determined at Clonmel Spring Assizes, Monday, April 9, 1801, before Lord Avonmore. National Library of Ireland
A report of the case of Mary Kelly, against Morgan Largan, Thomas Holden, and Richard Murphy, overseers of the Parish of St. Nicholas Without, in the City of Dublin : for refusing to reveive and provide for an infant under the age of twelve months, deserted by its parents, and exposed within their said parish, on ... the 11th of March, 1840, before Alderman Darley, ... and Arthur Hamilton, ... heard on the 10th day of March, 1840. National Library of Ireland
Report of the Committee on the Commerce and Navigation of the United States. Submitted to Congress February 8th, 1830 National Library of Ireland
Report of the Mansion-House Relief Committee, appointed at a public meeting, held on the 25th September, 1829, at the Royal Exchange, for the relief of the distressed manufacturers of the City of Dublin and its vicinity, ... National Library of Ireland
Report of the proceedings of the Committee appointed January 3, 1833, for receiving subscriptions for the relief of the distresses of the Irish clergy National Library of Ireland
A report of the proceedings under a special commission of oyer and terminer, in the counties of Limerick & Clare, in the months of May and June, 1831, including the proceedings at the adjourned commission in Ennis, taken in short-hand National Library of Ireland
A report of the trial of Edward Sheridan, M.D., upon an indictment for a misdemeanor, at the bar of the King's Bench, on Thursday and Friday, the 21st and 22d days of Nov. 1811 National Library of Ireland
A report of the trial of John Jones versus Thomas Sheehan, for libel, tried in the Court of Common Pleas, ... 2nd December, 1839, ... with an appendix ... National Library of Ireland
A report of the trial of the Rev. Valentine Griffith, and James Carroll, upon three indictments for murder, at the Assizes of Maryborough, on the 2d day of August, 1814, before ... Lord Norbury, Chief Justice of the common pleas National Library of Ireland
A report of the trial of William Congreve Alcock, and Henry Derenzy, Esqrs. on an indictment for the murder [in a duel] of John Colclough, Esq. at Wexford Assizes, 26th March, 1808, before the Hon. Baron Smith. National Library of Ireland
Report of the trial of William Kilfoyle, upon the charge of killing Mary Mulrooney at Newtownbarry, on the 18th of June, 1831. : Tried before the Hon. Baron Foster, at the Spring Assizes of Wexford, 1832 National Library of Ireland
A report of the trial on an action for damages, brought by the Reverend Charles Massy National Library of Ireland
A report of trials before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice, and the Hon. Baron Sir Wm. C. Smith, Bart. at the special commission, at Maryborough, commencing on the 23rd May, and ending on the 6th June. National Library of Ireland
Reports of cases decided in the Queen's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer, in Ireland, at the quarter sessions of the County and City of Kilkenny, and at the assizes thereof, both in the civil and criminal courts therein : with the view, by reference to the experience of a person, whose wish was to be a spectator, as much as an actor, in the administration of the law, to illustrate the habits, conduct, and incompetency, ... Addressed to the members of the House of Commons National Library of Ireland
The Right Hon. the Attorney-General's [i.e. Henry Joy] two addresses to the jurors of the County of Clare, at the adjourned assizes, April, 1831. National Library of Ireland
Roman Catholic martyrs. The life and martyrdom of the Most Rev. Doctor Oliver Plunket, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh, ... Compiled from a Latin manuscript, by the Right Rev. Dr. Challoner, ... National Library of Ireland
Roman Catholic morality, as inculcated in the theological class-books used in Maynooth College. National Library of Ireland
Sanctissimi domini nostri Gregorii Papœ XVI. epistola ad archiepiscopos et episcopos Hiberniœ. A letter of Our Most Holy Father, by divine providence, Pope Gregory XVI. to the archbishops and bishops of Ireland. : Translated from the original Latin, and now first published National Library of Ireland
A second letter from the King to his people National Library of Ireland
A sermon, in aid of the Society for the Relief of Sick & Indigent Room-keepers, (of all religious persuasions,) : preached in the Church of the Conception, Marlborough-Street, on Sunday, the 1st November, 1835 National Library of Ireland
Sermon preached in the Chapel of Trinity College, Dublin, on the 21st March, 1832, being the day appointed for a general fast National Library of Ireland
A short and faithful description of the remarkable occurrences and benevolent holy conduct of his Serene Highness, Prince Alexander of Hohenlohe ... In twelve confidential letters, By Francis Nicholas Baur, ... Translated from the German National Library of Ireland
Sketches of Ireland, 1847. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The social state of Great Britain and Ireland considered, with regard to the labouring population, &c. &c. ... By Thomas Bermingham, ... National Library of Ireland
Some remarks on the present state of affairs : respectfully addressed to the Marquis of Lansdowne National Library of Ireland
Soyer's charitable cookery; or The poor man's regenerator. Dedicated to the benevolent for the benefit of the working, labouring and poor class of the United Kingdom National Library of Ireland
The speech of Charles Phillips, Esq. in the case of O'Mullan, v. M'Korkill; delivered in the Court-House of Galway, on the 1st day of April, 1816 National Library of Ireland
The speech of Doctor Dromgoole, delivered at the Roman Catholic Board, on Wednesday, the 8th December, 1813, as reported in their official paper, The Dublin evening post: with a commentary National Library of Ireland
Speech of Lord Tullamore, in the House of Commons, ... the 11th of May, 1830, on moving for a select committee on the subject of the Grand Canal, Ireland, (Kilbeggan branch.) National Library of Ireland
The speech of the Right Honourable Robert Wilmot Horton, M.P. in the House of Commons, on Thursday, the 7th of May, 1829, on the propriety of introducing the poor-laws into Ireland National Library of Ireland
A speech on the improvement of the Shannon, being in continuation of the debate in the House of Commons, 12th May, 1835, giving a comparative view of the navigation of the Rideau Canal, in Canada, and the River Shannon, in Ireland; with observations on the value of a connection by steam packets, with British America National Library of Ireland
The speeches of Doctor Dromgole, against surrendering the government of the Catholic Church in Ireland to the discretion of Parliament. : Accompanied with a vindication of his statements and principles. National Library of Ireland
A statement of facts, relative to the supposed abstinence of Ann Moore, of Tutbury, Staffordshire: and a narrative of the circumstances which led to the recent detection of the imposture: to which is subjoined an appendix, containing medical and other papers, illustrative of the statement: compiled and published at the request of the committee formed for the investigation of the case National Library of Ireland
A Statement of the principles and objects of a proposed national society, for the cure and prevention of pauperism, by means of systematic colonization National Library of Ireland
The statutes 12, 13, Victoria, chapters 69, 70, and 16, relating to the duties of justices of the peace, out of quarter sessions, and the protection of justices of the peace : with a commentary, and some additional forms National Library of Ireland
Strictures, &c. &c. National Library of Ireland
Strictures on the letter of the Right Rev. Dr. Murray, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, relative to Dens' Theology; in which the doctrine of the Church of Rome on the punishment of heresy, the doctrine of mental reservation, and the qualification oath, taken by the Roman Catholic members, are discussed; ... National Library of Ireland
Strictures upon An historical review of the state of Ireland, by Francis Plowden, Esq., or, A justification of the conduct of the English governments in that country, from the reign of Henry the Second to the union of Great-Britain and Ireland. National Library of Ireland
The successful application of the new Poor law to the Parish of Hinton Charterhouse : containing, 1. the aspect of pauperism prior to the passing of the new Poor law, 2. the removal of abuses, and the reduction of the rates from £700 to £200 a year, 3. some of the causes of the outcry against the new Poor law, 4. an address to the higher classes in behalf of the industrious poor National Library of Ireland
A suggestion for ameliorating the condition of demoralized out-door female paupers, by providing a new and fitting employment for them, ... National Library of Ireland
Suggestions on the necessity, and on the best mode of levying assessmnets for local purposes, in Ireland National Library of Ireland
Supplementary observations on the epidemic cholera; addressed to the pupils of Mercer's Hospital, at the termination of the Winter Session in April, 1832. National Library of Ireland
Thoughts on academical education, ecclesiastical and secular, chiefly as regards the interests of the Catholic religion in Ireland. National Library of Ireland
The Transactions of the Arboricultural Society, established for promoting planting, and the care and management of wooded lands in Ireland National Library of Ireland
A translation of the charters of the Corporation of Merchants, or, Guild of the Holy Trinity, Dublin. Addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas S. Rice, ... National Library of Ireland
A treatise on Asiatic, or malignant cholera. National Library of Ireland
Trial at nisi prius. Report of the celebrated trial in the Court of King's Bench, before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury, wherein Mary Fitzgerald, was plaintiff, and the Rev. Thomas Hawkesworth, defendant, for breach of marriage contract. ... Taken in short hand by an eminent reporter. With two elegant engraved portraits National Library of Ireland
Trial of an action for deceit : in which James Magee, proprietor of the Dublin Evening Post, was plaintiff, and Nich. Purcell O'Gorman, barrister at law, defendant : had on the 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th of December, 1815, in the Court of King's Bench, Ireland, before the Right Hon. Chief Justice Downes and a special jury : together with the proceedings in the same case in July preceding. National Library of Ireland
The trial of Henry Delahay Symonds, for a libel against John Thomas Troy, D.D. Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin; ... before ... Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, July 11th, 1805. Taken in short hand by Mr. Gurney, ... With an appendix, containing testimonials to the conduct and character of Doctor Troy National Library of Ireland
Triamoirai; or a publication consisting of three parts : the first, addressed to the Roman Catholics of Ireland. The second to the Protestant clergy of Ireland; and the third to the King and his ministers, upon subjects connected with the religion of the Church of Rome. National Library of Ireland
True Briton's appeal to the guardians of the Magna charta, as an only hope of salvation from destruction of Great Britain, by eighteen thousand two hundred and fifty proofs, as signs of these times of one half of this nineteenth century, ... With dedication to their intercessor, a Howard, Lord Viscount Morpeth, ... National Library of Ireland
The use and abuse of creeds and confessions of faith with strictures on the Westminster Confession, ... National Library of Ireland
Vindication of a memorial respecting church property in Ireland, together with the memorial itself, and protests against it National Library of Ireland
Vindiciœ Baroneticœ; or correspondence intermediate of twa [sic] baronets, Sir Robert W. Harty and Sir A.B. King; with notes and comments by a "friendly brother." National Library of Ireland
Wahre und kurze Beschreibung National Library of Ireland
A word for inquiry previous to decision in the matter of the present manifestations of, or pretensions to, the gifts of speaking with unknown tongues and prophesying. By one of the congregation of the national Scotch Church. With an appendix, containing extracts from the writings of the Rev. Edward Irving, and his rejected letter to the editor of The times, ... National Library of Ireland
Words of wisdom, addressed to the working classes; containing simple directions, by which they may secure to themselves, and to their descendants for ever, an abundant supply of all the comforts and conveniencies, with many of the luxuries and refinements of life. To which are subjoined, the laws of the First Armagh Co-operative Society National Library of Ireland
The yeoman's [i.e. Sir W.C. Smith's] second letter to the Right Honourable William Wickham, one of His Majesty's most honourable privy council, &c. &c. &c. : occasioned by the second edition of an Irish Catholic's [i.e. Denis Scully's] advice to his brethren. National Library of Ireland

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