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* 10 Step Guide to Researching your Donegal Ancestry
   By Boyd Cray (Donegal? early 21st century?) - Rootsweb/Ancestry freepages - Co. Donegal in: Google Maps

* The American Genealogist being a Catalogue of Family Histories

   Some of Irish descent: Patterson, Buchanan, Jones, Riddell, McKinstry, Ewing, Steele, Merrick, Crozer, Kirk, Caverno or Kavanagh
   By William H. Whitmore (Albany, 1875) - OL

Anglo-Irish Genealogy

   A Paper read before the Society of Genealogists of London
   By Rev. H. L. L. Denny, M.A., F.S.G. (London, 1916) - FHB

Belfast and Nashville

   Historical and genealogical connections. A guide to researching family history in Belfast
   Belfast City Council, Ulster Historical Foundation (2010) UHF - Belfast in: Google Maps

* Collectanea Topographica et Genealogica - Vol I -  Vol II - Vol III
  - Vol IV - Vol V - Vol VI - Vol VII - Vol VIII
   Published by John Bowyer Nichols and Son (London, 1834 - 1843) - OL

Court-Hand Restored
   or, the Student's Assistant in reading Old Deeds, Charters, Records, etc., 10th Edition'
   By Andrew Wright (London, 1912) - OL

* Family Ties in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland

   Sources for Genealogical Research
   By Judith P. Reid (Washington, D.C. 1998) - HT

Genealogical Research in England, Scotland and Ireland
   BJ. Henry Lea (1906) - HT - Note: Written before the Four Courts fire - Read a review of this book from The Grafton Magazine, Vol I 1908 - 1909 

The Genealogist's Guide - 
The Genealogist's Guide to Printed Pedigrees - 3rd Ed.
   A huge list of surnames and where their pedigrees etc. may be found
   By George W. Marshall, LL.D. (1885 - 1879 - 1893) - OL

* Handbook on Irish Genealogy - How to Trace your Ancestors and Relatives in Ireland
   including 'Pedigrees in Printed Books' p. 53 ff and 'Family History in Printed Books' p. 58 ff; 'Emigrant Passenger Lists' 1803 - 1855
   Published by Heraldic Artists Ltd. (Dublin, 1973) - FHB

* The Herald and Genealogist - Vol III - Vol IV - Vol VIII

   each vol contains an Index of Matters, an Index of Places and an Index of Persons
   By John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. (London, 1866 - 1874) - OL

* The International Genealogical Directory - 1907

   names of those interested in genealogy; Irish names listed
   By Chas. A. Bernau (Walton-on-Thames, 1907) - FHB

Irish Antiquarian Researches - Part I - Part II

   By Sir William Betham, F.S.A., L.S., M.R.I.A., R.A.S., Z.S., Ulster King of Arms (Dublin, 1827) - OL, BSL

* An Irish Genealogical Source

   A Guide to Church Records
   Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast, 2010) - PRONI
Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research - Vol. I - Vol. II
   A Guide to the Genealogical Records, Methods and Sources in Ireland
   By Margaret Dickson Falley (Evanston, Illinois, 1961) - FHB - LARGE FILES!

Land, Estate and Freeholders Records in Ireland
   By Kyle J. Betit (Salt Lake City, 2004) - website

* Lessons in Genealogy

   The Place of Genealogy in the Plan of Salvation
   Pub. by Genealogical Society of Utah (Salt Lake City, 1915) - OL

* A Manual for the Genealogist, Topographer, Antiquary and Legal Professor
   consisting of Public Records, Parochial and Other Registers; Wills; County and Family Histories; Heraldic Collections in Public Libraries, etc., etc.
   By Richard Sims of the British Museum (London, 1856) - BSL

My Roots

   Tracing your Belfast Ancestors
   By William Roulston with Siobhan Deane (2007) - UHF - Belfast in: Google Maps

* The New How Book for Genealogists
   By George B. Everton, Sr.; Gunnar Rasmuson (Logan, Utah, 1956) - OL

* A Primer in Irish Genealogy

   By Sean J. Murphy (Dublin, 2011) - CIGHS

* Records and Record Searching

   A Guide to the Genealogist and Topographer
   By Walter Rye (London, 1897) - OL

* Register of Ireland - Registry of Deeds, Surname and County Index 1708 - 1904

   Genealogical Society, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
   By the Library Staff (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1964) - FHB

* Research Aids for British Isles, Continental Europe, United States and Canada

  Utah Genealogical Society
   By J. Grant Stevenson (Utah, 1962) - FHB

* Research Guide - Royal Irish Constabulary
   guide to finding records
   By The National Archives (Dublin, 2008) - National Archives of Ireland website

Scotch-Irish Family Research Made Simple
   By R. G. Campbell (Munroe Falls, Ohio, 2013?) - FHB

 * Scottish and Scotch-Irish Ancestry Research

    By Donald Dean Parker, Ph.D. (Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1950's?) - FHB

In Search of Sperrins Ancestors
   A Practical Guide and Sourcebook
   By William Roulston (2004) - UHF

State Papers in Ireland 1509 - 1782
   Research Guide
   By The National Archives, U.K. (Kew, 2010) - website
   See also Government - State Papers

The Topographer and Genealogist - Vol. I - Vol. II - Vol. III

   Edited by John Gough Nichols, F.S.A. (London, 1846 - 1858) - OL

* Tracing Your Ancestors in Ireland

   advice, directory of information, etc.
   By Failte Ireland (Dublin, early 21st century?) - Irish Genealogy website

* Tracing the History of Your House

   research guide
   By Louth County Archives Service (Co. Louth, undated) - website

Wakeman's Handbook of Irish Antiquities
   By John Cooke, M.A. (Dub.) (Dublin, 1903) - OL

* Your Family Tree Series:

   - 1 - How to Trace Your Family Tree
   - 4 - Valuation Records
   - 5 - Census Records - Nineteenth Century
   - 6 - Census Substitutes 18th and 19th Century
   - 7 - Wills and Testamentary Records
   - 8 - Landed Estate Records
   - 9 - Street Directories
   - 10 - Voters' Poll and Freeholders' Records
   - 11 - Emigration Records
   - 12 - Militia, Yeomanry Lists and Muster Rolls
   - 13 - Poor Law Records
   - 14 - Seventeenth Century Census Substitutes
   - 15 - Pedigrees and Genealogical Papers
   - 16 - Encumbered Estates
   - 17 - Registry of Deeds, Dublin
   - 18 - Business Records
   - 19 - Grand Jury Records
   - 20 - How to Use Griffith's Valuation
   - 21 - A Guide to Gravestone Inscriptions
   - 22 - Understanding the Stones
   - 23 - Tithe Records - original tithe books for 6 counties of Northern Ireland and microfilmed copies for 3 Ulster counties in the Republic
   - 24 - A Simple Guide to Ireland
   - 25 - General Register Office of Northern Ireland
   - 26 - Tracing Your Family Tree At PRONI - Useful Sources
   - 27 - Cemetery Records
   - 28 - Chart for Tracing your family tree at PRONI
     By Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) (Belfast, 2007 - 2011) - official website
      For more PRONI publications see Other Resources - Libraries

The Claddagh - Galway by John Leech

See also Irish Local History
   Mallaranny and Westport; with photographs
   By Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland (Dublin, 1900) - OL

A Chorographical Description of West or H-Iar Connaught

   a geographical description written A.D. 1684 by Roderic O'Flaherty, Esq.
   Edited by James Hardiman, M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1846) - IA - Connacht in: Google Maps


   Described by Stephen Gwynn, Pictured by Alexander Williams (London, 1912) - OL - Connacht in: Google Maps


   with photographs
   By Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland (Dublin, 1900) - OL

* From Sketch-Book and Diary

   Section - 'In the West of Ireland'
   By Elizabeth Butler (London, 1909) - OL

Life in the West of Ireland

   Drawn and Painted by Jack B. Yeats (Dublin, London, 1912) - OL

On an Irish Jaunting-Car

   Through Donegal and Connemara
   By S. G. Byrne (New York, London,  1902) - OL

* Patriotic Sketches of Ireland written in Connaught - Vol. I - Vol. II

   By Miss Owenson (Lady Sydney Morgan) (London, 1807) - IA - Sydney, Lady Morgan in: Irish GravesWikipedia

* The South Isles of Aran, Co. Galway

   By Oliver J. Burke, A.G., T.c.D. (London, 1887) - OL

A Tour in Connaught

   Comprising Sketches of Clonmacnoise, Joyce Country and Achill
   By the Author of 'Sketches in Ireland' (Dublin, 1839) - OL


The Dictionary of Dublin
   Being a Comprehensive Guide to the City and its Neighbourhood; Illustrated
   By E. MacDowel Cosgrave, M.D., Dub. Univ., F.R.C.P.I.Leonard R. Strangways, M.A. (Dublin, 1908) - OL - Co. Dublin in: Google Maps

Dublin Explorations and Reflections

   galleries, literature, theatre...
   By An Englishman (Dublin, London, 1917) - OL - Dublin (city) in: Google Maps

Dublin - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City

   By Samuel A. Ossory Fitzpatrick; Illustrated by W. Curtis Green (London, 1907) - OL

The Glamour of Dublin

   By D. L. Kelleher (Dublin, London, 1920) - OL - Dublin (city) in: Google Maps

Handbook to the City of Dublin and the Surrounding District

   By Students of Science, History, Archaeology and Industry (Dublin, 1908) - OL

* An Historical Guide to Ancient and Modern Dublin

   By the Rev. G. N. Wright, A.M. (London, 1821) - GB


   Described by Stephen Gwynn, Pictured by Alexander Williams (1911) - OL

Memorable Dublin Houses
   Index of Residents (reproduced below); short biographies of same; illustrated
   By Wilmot Harrison (Dublin, 1909) - OL

Official  Guide to Louth and Meath

   a short survey of the principal places if interest in both counties
   By Irish Tourist Association (Inc) (Dublin, 1900) - OL

* A Trip to Kilkenny from Durham

   By way of Whitehaven and Dublin in the year 1776
   By Mark Elstob (Dublin, 1779) - OL

* Autumnal Rambles about New Quay, Co. Clare
   By Thomas L. Cooke (in the Galway Vindicator, 1842 - 1843) - CCL

* Cork and County Cork in the Twentieth Century

   including Contemporary Biographies
   By Rev. Richard J. Hodges (Brighton, 1911) Cork Past and Present - Cork City Council

Cork - A Short Survey of the Attractions and Holiday Facilities of Cork city and County

   Irish Tourist Association (Dublin, Cork, London, 1900) - OL - Co. Cork in: Google Maps

Description of the Lakes of Killarney

   and the Surrounding Scenery
   By Unknown author (London, 1849) - OL

A Familiar and Accurate Hand-Book from London to The Lakes of Killarney

   Glengariff, and Gougane Barra, by way of Bristol and Cork
   Pub. by E. Churton (London, 1846) - IA

* The Glamour of Cork

   By D. L. Kelleher (Dublin, 1919) - OL

The Glamour of Limerick

   By A. J. Halloran (Dublin, Cork, 1928) - LCC

A Guide to Killarney and Glengariff

   with 6 engravings
   By Unknown Author (Dublin, 1834) - OL

A Guide to the Lakes of Killarney

   Illustrated by Engravings after the Designs of George Petrie, Esq.
   By Rev. G. N. Wright, A.M. (London, 1822) - OL

* Historical and Descriptive Notices of the City of Cork and its Vicinity

   Cork section only
   By J. Windele (Cork, 1846) - Cork Past and Present - Cork City Council

* Holiday Haunts on the West Coast of Clare

   By H.B.H. (Limerick, 1891) - CCL

Illustrations of the Scenery of Killarney

   and the Surrounding Country
   By Isaac Weld, Esq., M.R.I.A. (London, 1812) - OL


   Colour illustrations
   By Mary Gorges (London, 1912) - OL

Killarney Legends

   Arranged as A Guide to the Lakes; illustrated
   Edited by T. Crofton Croker, Esq. (London, 1853) - OL

Killarney and The Surrounding Scenery

   being a Complete Itinerary of the Lakes; illustrated
   By G. N. Smith (Dublin, 1822) - OL

The Lakes of Killarney

   Colour illustrations
   By R. M. Ballantyne (London, 1859) - OL

Munster Province

   Irish County Maps showing the location of Churches
   By The Genealogical Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1977) - IA

Remarks on The Advantages of Glengarriff

   as a Winter Health Resort and Sanitorium; 'The Madeira of the United Kingdom'
   Pub. by R. J. Bush (London, 1875) - 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

The River Lee, Cork and The Corkonians

   By Bryan A. Cody (London, Dublin, 1859) - OL

Sketches of some of the Southern Counties of Ireland

   collected during a tour in the autumn of 1797
   By G. Holmes (London, 1801) - IA

Souvenir of the Lakes of Killarney and Glengariff

   colour illustrations
   Pub. by T. Nelson and Sons (London, 1892) - OL

The Sunny Side of Ireland

   How to see it by the Great Southern and Western Railway
   By John O'Mahony (Dublin, late 19th century?) - PG

A Week at Killarney

   By Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hall (London, 1843) - OL

Giant's Causeway by 'PJC'

* An Account of the Giants Causway in the North of Ireland
   Philosphical Transactions No. 212
   By Reverened Dr. Sam Foley (1694, London) - IA - Giant's Causeway in: Google Maps

* Guide to Belfast, The Giant's Causeway, and the North of Ireland

   By Robert Esler, M.D., M.Ch. (Belfast 1884) - IA

Highways and Byways in Donegal and Antrim

   By Stephen Gwynn with Illustrations by Hugh Thomson (London, 1903) - OL

McCormick's Historical and Descriptive Guide to Belfast

   and Neighbourhood; Copiously Illustrated; Full of Interesting Information
   By J. M'Cormick (Belfast, 1907) - FHB

The National Trust in Northern Ireland

   properties of historic interest or natural beauty
   By the Earl of Antrim (Belfast, 1960's?) - OL

The Northern Tourist or Stranger's Guide to the North and North West of Ireland

   By Philip Dixon Hardy, Esq., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1830) - IA

* On an Irish Jaunting-Car

   Through Donegal and Connemara
   By S. G. Byrne (New York, London,  1902) - OL

Photographs of the Giant's Causeway

   with Descriptive Letterpress
   By Andrew Duthie (Glasgow, 1900) - OL - Giant's Causeway in: Google Maps

Picturesque Donegal: Its Mountains, Rivers, and Lakes

   Being the Great Northern Railway Company's Illustrated Guide
   By Edgar S. Shrubsole (London, 1908) - OL

Picturesque Handbook to Carlingford Bay

   and the Watering Places in its Vicinity
   By Unknown Author (Newry, Dublin, Belfast, Downpatrick, London, 1846) - OL - Carlingford in: Google Maps

Pocket Guide to Northern Ireland

   WWII guide for U.S. military personnel stationed in N. Ireland
   Special Service Division, Services of Supply, United States Army (Washington, D.C., 1940's) -  IA


   Described by Stephen Gwynn, Pictured by Alexander Williams (London, Glasgow, 1911) - OL - Ulster in: Google Maps

An Unknown Country

   travels in the north of Ireland; illustrated
   By Mrs. Dinah Maria (Mulock) Craik (New York, 1887) - OL

Ashford Castle, Cong, Co. Mayo

* The Antiquities of Ireland - Vol I (140 plates) - Vol II (126 plates)
   Illustrations - mainly of ruins of castles and churches; index of places at end of each vol
   By Francis Grose Esq., F.A.S. (London, 1791) - OL - See Irish Genealogy Resources - Libraries for the sale catalogue of Grose's Library

Atlas and Cyclopedia of Ireland

   Part 1 - A Comprehensive Deliniation of the Thirtytwo Counties (Illustrated)
   By P. W. Joyce, LL.D. (1903) - IA

* The Beauties of Ireland - Vol I - Vol II

   being Original Delineations, Topographical, Historical and Biographical of Each County
   By J. N. Brewer, Esq. (London, 1825, 1826) - OL

* The British Tourist's Traveller's Pocket Companion - Vol I - Vol II
   Vol III -  Vol IV - Vol V
   through England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland; Tour in Ireland by Richard Twiss, Esq. performed in the Year 1775
   By William Mavor, LL.D. (London, 1798 - 1809) - OL - Vol VI not found

* Devia Hibernia

   The Road and Route Guide for Ireland of the Royal Irish Constabulary
   By George A. de. M. Edwin Dagg, D.I. (1893) - OL

* The Fair Hills of Ireland

   By Stephen Gwynn with Illustrations by Hugh Thomson (Dublin, London, 1906) - OL

* The Famous Cities of Ireland

   By Stephen Gwynn (Dublin, London, 1915) - OL

* A Frenchman's Walk through Ireland 1796 - 1797

   (Promenade d'un Francais dans l'Irlande)
   By De Latocnaye; Translated by John Stevenson (Belfast, Dublin, 1917) - OL

* The Glories of Ireland

   The Romance of Irish History, Irish Men of Science, Irish Manuscripts, etc.
   By Various authors (Washington, D.C., 1914) - OL

* A Hand Book for Travellers in Ireland
   Its Scenery, Towns, Seats, Antiquities, etc.
   By James Fraser (Dublin, 1844) - OL

* Here and There in the Home Land

   England, Scotland and Ireland as seen by a Canadian
   By Canniff Haight (Toronto, 1895) - OL

* Ireland

   with Maps, Diagrams and Illustrations
   By George Fletcher, F.G.S., M.R.I.A. (Cambridge, 1922) - OL

* Ireland

   Part I - Northern Counties including Dublin and Neighbourhood
   By M. J. B. Baddeley, B.A. (London, 1909) - OL


   in the series 'Peeps at Many Lands'
   12 Full-Page Illustrations by Francis S. Walker, R.H.A.; By Katherine Tynan (London, 1911) - OL - Francis S. Walker, Irish painter, illustrator and etcher in: Wikipedia


   Painted by A Heaton Cooper, described by Frank Matthew (London, 1916) - OL

* Ireland

   Painted by Francis S. Walker, R.H.A.; described by Frank Mathew (London, 1907) - OL

* Ireland

   Dublin, The Shannon, Limerick, Cork, and the Kilkenny Races etc.
   By J. G. Kohl (New York, 1844) - OL - Dublin (city) in: Google Maps

Ireland and Scotland

   By Unknown author - title page missing (London, 1830) - OL

* Ireland - Historic and Picturesque

   By Charles Johnston (Philadelphia, 1902) - OL

Ruins of Lord Portlester's Chapel, St. Audeon's, Dublin
from 'Ireland Illustrated' by George Newenham Wright (1831)
* Ireland Illustrated
   Series of Views of Cities, Towns, Public Buildings, Seats, etc.
   By George Newenham Wright (London, 1831) - OL

* Ireland Illustrated with Pen and Pencil

   By Richard Lovett, M.A. (New York, 1891) - OL

Ireland in the Nineteenth Century

   and Seats and Scenery of the North West
   By A. Atkinson, Esq. (London, Liverpool, 1833) - OL

* Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, Etc. - Vol I - Vol II - Vol III

   By Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hall (London, 1841 - 1846) - OL

* Ireland Picturesque and Romantic

   with 20 engravings
   By Leitch Ritchie, Esq. (London, 1837) - IA

* The Irish Tourist

   In a series of Picturesque Views, Travelling Incidents and Observations Statistical, Political and Moral on the Character and Aspect of the Irish Nation
   By A. Atkinson, Gent. (Dublin, 1815) - OL

* The Isle of the Shamrock

   By Clifton Johnson (New York, 1901) - OL

Kearsley's Traveller's Entertaining Guide through Great Britain

   a general tour through Great Britain and Ireland
   Printed for G. Kearsley (London, 1803) -  IA

* Letters from Ireland

   By Charlotte Elizabeth (London, 1838) - OL

* A Little Tour in Ireland
   Being a visit to Dublin, Galway, Connamara, Athlone, Limerick, Killarney, Glengarriff, Cork, etc.
   By An Oxonian; Illustrations by John Leech (London, 1859) - OL

* The National Gazetteer - Vol I - A - E - Vol II - F - M - Vol III - N - Z

   A Topographical Dictionary of the British Islands
   Published by Virtue and Co (London, 1868) - OL

* Paddiana, or Scraps and Sketches of Irish Life, Present and Past - Vol I - Vol II

   By William Henry Gregory (London, 1847) - IA

* Picturesque Scenery in Ireland

   Drawn by Thomas Creswick, R.A.; Descriptive Jottings by A Tourist (New York, 1881) - OL

* Pococke's Tour in Ireland in 1752

   Ed. by George T. Stokes, D.D., M.R.I.A. (Dublin, 1891) - IA

* Rambles in Eirinn

   By William Bulfin (Che Buono) (Dublin, 1908) - OL - William Bulfin in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia

* Rambles in Ireland

   5 illustrations in colour by Jack B. Yeats; 25 photographs
   By Robert Lynd (London, 1912) - OL - This book is the eBook of the Month for August, 2012 - see Main Index for short review; Robert Wilson Lynd ( 1879 - 1949) in: Irish Graves - Wikipedia - Jack Butler Yeats (1871 - 1957) in: Irish Graves - National Gallery of Ireland (1924 Olympic Silver Medal for his work 'The Liffey Swim') Wikipedia

Mitchelstown Castle, County of Cork - The Seat of the Earl of Kingston
From Rambles in the South of Ireland Vol II by Lady Chatterton

* Rambles in the South of Ireland - Vol I - Vol II
   During the Year 1838
   By Lady [Georgiana] Chatterton (London, 1839) - IA

* Real Life in Ireland
   By A Real Paddy (London, 1904) - OL

* Reference Book of Ireland

   Contains a complete list of Provinces, Counties, Baronies, Cities, Parishes and Villages...
   By James Miller (New York, 1877) - OL

* Romantic Ireland - Vol I - Vol II

   Illustrated by Blanche McManus Mansfield
   By M. F. and B. McM. Mansfield (Boston, 1905) - OL

* Sir Walter Scott's Tour in Ireland in 1825

   By D. J. O'Donoghue (Glasgow, Dublin, 1905) - OL

* Sketches in Ireland

   Descriptive of Interesting, and hitherto Unnoticed Districts in the North and South
   Pub. by William Curry, Jun. and Co. (Dublin, London Edinburgh, 1827) - HT

 * Sketches of the Irish Highlands
   Descriptive, Social and Religious. With special Reference to Irish Missions in West connaught since 1840
   By Rev. Henry M'Manus (London, 1863) - OL

* Spring and Autumn in Ireland

   By Alfred Austin, Poet-Laureate (Edinburgh and London, 1890) - OL

* Taylor and Skinner's Maps of the Roads of Ireland, Surveyed 1777

   Published for the Authors as the Act directs (London, Dublin, 1778) - IA

Topographia Hibernica

   or the Topography of Ireland Antient and Modern
   By Wm. Wenman Seward, Esq.,  (1797) - IA

* A Tourist's Guide to Ireland

   By Liam O'Flaherty (London, 1900) - OL

* A Tour in Ireland - Vol II

   with General Observations on the Present State of the Kingdom; made in the Years 1776, 1777, and 1778 and Brought down to the End of 1779
   By Arthur Young, Esq., F.R.S. (Dublin, 1780) - OL

Travel to Dublin - 
Travel to The United Kingdom and Ireland
   Available in English, Spanish, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Chinese and Czech
   By Stig Albeck (Denmark, 2008) -

* The Traveller's Guide through Ireland

   being an accurate and complete companion to Captain Alexander Taylor's Map of Ireland
   By George Tyner (Dublin, 1794) - OL

* Walks through Ireland in the Years 1812, 1814, and 1817

   described in a Series of Letters to an English Gentleman; includes biography of the author - John Bernard Trotter b. Co. Down, 1775; his siblings were Sowthwel Trotter who inherited and was M.P. for Downpatrick and Major Ruthven Trotter, killed at Buenos Ayres
   By John Bernard Trotter, Esq. (London, 1819) - OL

" The Hurley Player" by Jack B. Yeats

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