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Publisher: New York:, E. Ferrett and Company,: 1845
Edition: Illustrated Edition.
Seller ID: 008233
In her Irish stories Mrs. Hall excels. Her rustic maidens are copied from the cottage; nothing can be more faithful and lively: nor are her hinds and husbandmen any thing Inferior. We nowhere see the Irish character more justly or so pleasantly represented. She sees Nature in her proper dimensions: therein, but no exaggeration, and life always." Allibone These “Sketches” describing the culture of the Irish are focused on County Wexford and in particular the pa... View more info
Publisher: Edinburgh:, Oliver & Boyd,: 1830.
Edition: Second Edition Enlarged.
Seller ID: 008244
Early document important regarding the origins of the Irish Language. Beginning with a sketch of the literary history of the Irish with notices of the eminent men whom that country produced from the seventh century downwards. Additionally, an account of the schools of learning of early and modern date which have been instituted for the Irish and of the various attempts to employ the Irish tongue as a branch and medium of education. [from The Eclectic Review... View more info
Publisher: New York:, Scribner / Welford/Armstrong.: 1875.
Edition: First American Edition.
Seller ID: 006041
A seldom seen title, rarely in this nice of condition.Contents: The Dargle, Glendalough, The Lakes of Killarney & Glengarrif. Thomas Charles Leeson Rowbotham (1823 Dublin - 30 June 1875 ), Irish watercolour landscape and marine artist and lithographer, was the son of the watercolour artist, Thomas Leeson Scrase Rowbotham (1783–1853). He was trained by his father and first did serious work in 1847 on a sketching trip to Wales. His work was ... View more info
By: Forbes, Allan
Publisher: New York:, Tudor Publishing Company,: 1936.<br>
Edition: First Edition, Thus.<br>
Seller ID: 005744
Two volumes printed as one in a presentation box. Profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions from old prints.No flaw to book to note. Has a gift inscription. Clean and tight. Box has light Handling wear to corners.Connecting links between cities and towns of New England and those of the same name in England Ireland and Scotland. Containing narratives, descriptions and many views some done from old prints. Also much information pertaining to the founders an... View more info
By: Giles, Henry
Publisher: New York:, D. & J. Sadlier & CO.,: 1869
Edition: First Edition, Thus.
Seller ID: 008239
Henry Giles after moving to the United Sates in 1840 wrote, lectured and was well-received. He was a Unitarian minister born in County Wexford to a Roman Catholic family, Giles changed his religious belief several times, becoming a Protestant and a Dissenter and finally a Unitarian. Half-leather to marbled boards. Wear to corners and tips. One outer corner leather dried, has been professionally treated to retard deterioration. Bindings tight and square. Text cl... View more info
Publisher: Chicago, Hennebery Co.: 1901
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 009982
Beginning in AD 435 until 1893 a clear and concise history of Ireland and the Irish people. First Edition, First Printing. Publisher's green cloth with stamped titles in gilt and decoration in black. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. 12mo; 19.25 cm.; 7.25 inches tall; 156 pages. View more info
By: Le Fanu , W. R.
Publisher: London:, Macmillan,: 1894
Seller ID: 005425
The author, W.R. Le Fanu, younger brother of novelist Sheridan Le Fanu, wrote these reminiscences late in his life and it was his only published work. He hoped to "jot down some recollections of my earlier days, and to publish some of the Irish stories which from time to time, in my long life, I have heard." Le Fanu covers a wide range of topics, from the more serious; political problems to the lighter topics of Irish peasant life, "fairies" and the Blarney Stone to name... View more info
Publisher: London and New York:, Thames and Hudson Ltd.,: 2005.<br>
Seller ID: 006586
A profusely illustrated, revelatory tour of Ireland's little-known islands. The Irish photojournalist Nutan sailed from island to island, meeting the inhabitants, capturing the special light, recording the distinctive landscapes that are undeveloped and still relatively free of tourism. The magnificent scenery exerts a singular charm, and the jagged rocks, strong currents, and mercurial winds lend a magical dimension to these islands.No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift ... View more info
Publisher: New York:, Murphy & McCarthy, Publishers,: 1900.
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
Seller ID: 007559
Part I. A comprehensive Delineation of the Thiry-Two Counties, with a Beautifully Colored Map of Each, Arranged Alphabetically, Showing Over 11,000 Cities, Towns, Villages, and Places of Public Interest. Part II. The General History Unpaginated atlas / x/281 pages. Width: 9" Height: 11.5". This title contains two books in one, with the atlas portion unpaginated. Text in double columns; additional chromolithographed title, 32 chromolithographed maps, 1 oth... View more info
By: Taylor, Patrick
Publisher: New York:, Forge Books,: 2014
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
Seller ID: 008395
"Readers unfamiliar with the good doctor’s personal antics and medical adventures will be delighted to make his acquaintance, and old friends will settle in for a comfortable visit."?Booklist. No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal retail handling; Still Gift Quality. Dust Jacket with price is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve.8vo, 335 pages with a glossary. View more info
By: [author unknown]
Publisher: England:, Browne and Nolan, Limited,: No date; circa 1930.<br>
Seller ID: 005951
Eight panel folded promotional booklet. 16 x 9 inches when unfolded. 4 x 9 inches unfolded. Published in the 1930’s by The Government of Ireland at Dublin. Contains test and b/w photographs. Passport and visa information. Travel arrangements. No copies found on WorldCat/OCLC. View more info
Publisher: London:, B. T. Batsford Ltd.,: 1949.<br>
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.<br>
Seller ID: 006896
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Dust Jacket is price-clipped and in clear protective Mylar sleeve. View more info
Publisher: New York:, Alfred A. Knopf,: 1947.<br>
Edition: First Edition – First Printing. [American]<br>
Seller ID: 006910
A Book full of the magic of the Irish countryside and the elusive beauty of Ireland itself. Pamela Hinkson is the only daughter of Irish poet Katharine Tynan; although she was born in London, she spent most of her childhood at the Tynan family home in County Mayo, Ireland, where her father was a resident magistrate. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Dust Jacket with price is in clear protective Mylar sleeve Minimal ha... View more info
By: [Not specified]
Publisher: London, New York, Paris:, Travel Association of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: 1937.
Edition: Second Edition.
Seller ID: 009001
Blue stiff stapled paper wraps, minimal handling wear. Lists all establishments in the British Isles with season and off-season prices. Small pencil notes top of title pages, a few prices underlined on several pages. One copy found OCLC at Yale. View more info