The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

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The Society, 1903
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Index of archaeological papers published in 1891, under the direction of the Congress of Archaeological Societies in union with the Society of Antiquaries.

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Page 414 - A SOCIAL HISTORY OF ANCIENT IRELAND : Treating of the Government, Military System and Law; Religion, Learning and Art ; Trades, Industries and Commerce; Manners, Customs and Domestic Life of the Ancient Irish People. With 361 Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo., 21s.
Page 64 - Abstracts of Records and Manuscripts respecting the County of Gloucester, formed into a History correcting the very erroneous accounts, and supplying numerous deficiencies in Sir Robert Atkyns and subsequent writers," by Thomas Dudley Fosbrooke, FAS, &c.
Page ii - Council wish it to be distinctly understood that they do not hold themselves responsible for the statements and opinions contained in the Papers read at the Meetings of the Society, and here printed, except so far as No.
Page 418 - ... at their election, the arms of Ulster, that is, in a field argent, a hand gules, or a bloody hand.
Page 325 - ... there appears to be no reason why it should not have been strengthened, as the main entrance.
Page 333 - ... sailing, without strength, At the south of Irrus. There was raised a cairn with the stone of his race, Over the broad sea, An ancient stormy dwelling ; and Tech Duinn, It is called. This was his great testament To his numerous children, To me, to my house, come ye all After your deaths. At Inhber Scene they landed The story is not concealed The rapid great stream in which bathed Fial, wife of Lughadh.
Page 103 - SIR, — I am commanded by the KING to convey to you hereby His Majesty's thanks for the Loyal and Dutiful Address of the...
Page 410 - ... county | and niece to the rt. honble Antony Malone deceased | who was greatly | regretted of whom it was said by one of the most | elegant writers | of the day that he possessed one of the sweetest tongues ] that ever uttered the dictates of reason | he was a great patriot and refused the great seals of | Ireland the situation | being at the pleasure of the crown while chancellor | of the exchequer | of Ireland from which he was removed without cause | or his own consent...
Page 269 - Further, we should judge the author to be a spinster, and shall designate her accordingly. The illustrations are excellent, and, by the courtesy of the publishers, we are enabled to reproduce here a couple of them, and anyone who has been in the islands will at once recognise their fidelity.
Page 410 - She was hot, passionate and tender, and a highly accomplished lady, and a superb drawer in water-colours, which was much admired in the Exhibition room in Somerset House some years past — ' Though lost for ever, still a friend is dear. The heart yet pays a tributary tear.

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