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A CHRONOLOGICAL ACCOUNT OF NEARLY FOUR HUNDRED IRISH WRITERS WITH A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF THEIR WORKS. Introduction by Geraroid S MacEoin.
NY: Barnes & Noble. (1970). 237pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Book in very good , tight, clean condition. Dust jacket lightly torn and frayed at edges. Reprint of TRANSACTIONS OF THE IBERNO-CELTIC SOCIETY FOR 1820, Vol 1.-Part 1. Published in Dublin in 1820. S124.
London:Methuen & Co. Ltd. (1943). 331pp. Hardcover. Green cloth boards, slightly worn, with a line running horizontally across the boards midway down. Internally, a small booksellers book stamp on first free end-page, otherwise the pages are clean and bright. A very good copy.
NY: Continuum. (1981). 391pp. Hard cover. With dust jacket. A fine copy.
Nantes: Association des Abbayes Bretonnes. (1984). xlv-240pp. Illus. Hardbound. With dust jacket. Book in fine, clean condition. Dust-jacket lightly frayed. Preface by John J. O'Meare. Avant-propos by Isabelle Brizard. Post face by Daniel Andrejewski. Calligraphie by Micheline Nicolas. Illustrations by Claire Cogniet. S002.
Dublin: The Mourne River Press. (1998) 306 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket is clean and shows only very minor shelf wear. One small tear at the top of the rear. Book itself is in fine condition with a clean and bright interior free of markings.
London:Geoffrey Cumberlege. Oxford University Press. 1946. 124pp. Hardcover without dj. Save for some age-toning to pages, a very good, clean copy. Green boards are just very lightly soiled with light scattered mottling to rear board. A very good copy.
Glasgow; Cameron & Ferguson, no date, [ca. 1870]. Hardcover, no dj. ix+538pp+1pp advert. Ex-library. Good condition. Blue, stamped boards very worn and soiled, with fabric loss at tips and especially top/bottom of spine. Spine cracked at front board, but still holding securely. Library sticker to front pastedown and small stamp to portrait frontis and title page; library mark inked on spine. Dust spotting to page edges, also minor dampstains at some edges. Internally clean and unmarked, with very little foxing. A good reading copy. The story of Ireland's Catholic Emancipator from the first half of the 19th century. (cfm)
Edited for the first time, with Translation, Introduction, Notes and Glossary. London:David Nutt, Irish Text Society. 1904. 1st edition. 233pp + 15pp. Hardcover. Green boards lightly shelf-worn with gilt design still bright on front board and spine. Edge points are lightly bumped and worn. Internally, end-pages are lightly age toned with an old bookseller sticker on the lower rear board. Otherwise there are no previous owners marks or signatures and the pages remain largely uncut. Bilingual. A very good, clean copy.
Berlin:Kribe-Verlog. (1931). 282pp+(5)pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Ex-library copy with numbers to spine and two stamped "No longer the property of..." on the title page, page 10, and again on verso of last free end-page. The green boards are soiled with wear and fraying to spine ends and edge points. Internally, aside from the stamps and uniform age-toning to paper, a good solid copy. *Germany running British blockade to aid the Irish in the Easter uprising, 1916.
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