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[Ireland] 4 Titles.
++ M. F. Cusack. A HISTORY OF THE IRISH NATION: Social, Ecclesiastical, Biographical, and Antiquarian. Lon: J .G. Murdoch, (nd). Dozens of one-page and partial-page illustrations, lacking illus half title. 4to. [iii]-xvi, 956 pp. Recased with spine laid down and orig full leather covers present. Repairs to inner margins of frontis and engr title, printed area of 1st Contents leaf, and margins of title. Edgewear to some other leaves. Blue ink notation on p153. Old inkstain in margin of Pl 19. ++ Martin Haverty. THE HISTORY OF IRELAND, From The Earliest Period To The Present Time, Derived From Native Annals, and from the Researches of Dr. O’Donovan, Professor Eugene Curry, the Rev. C. P. Meehan, Dr. R. R. Madden, and other eminent scholars… NY: Thomas Farrell & Son. 1867. [half/full title leaves], Preface [5]-8, text [9]-838, [1]-18, Contents ix-xxii pp. 4to. Half leather and cloth with “P. & Mary Jane O’Neil” on front cover in gilt. Joints split, hinges weakly reinforced. Harry F. O’Neill’s ownership signature on frontis recto and above the “The” on engr title. Newspaper clipping about Harry F. O’Neill’s trip to Minnessota is mounted between author’s name and the engr title’s illustration. Wear to edge of frontis. O’Neill numbered the plates, usually on verso just below upper edge, probably lacking at least 2 plates. ++ Sylvester O’Halloran. THE HISTORY OF IRELAND, FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT TO THE INVASION… Continuation from the Invasion to the Present Time, By William Dolby. Bos: Murphy & McCarthy, 1881. 2 Vols in 1. Vol I: xxvi, 338 pp. Vol II: 477, [3], blank [2] pp. Contains 19 plates. 4to. Recased with dec cloth laid down on spine and covers, shellacked. Stain to 1 plate (not overlapping focal area), couple plates with minor dampstain to upper marign. ++ Alexander M. Sullivan. THE HISTORY OF IRELAND, A Narrative of Irish History, From the Earliest Ages to the Insurrection of 1867…. Supplementary Sketch of Later Events By James Luby. Providnece, RI: Henry McElroy, 1883. Orig cloth.
Spine ends, edges, front joint worn, surface of rear cover rubbed/stained. Front cover shellacked. Front hinge cracked. Illustrated. 23.6 Lb.

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4 Books: Cusack, HISTORY OF IRISH NATION, Haverty

Estimate $100 - $150Sep 8, 2016
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