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Original Poems, and a Play
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, 1815. [iv], 156,  pages of subscribers, errata, and a terminal blank leaf. The play is Clara; or, The Nuns of Charity: A Tragic Play, in Five Acts. The poems include a section of Irish Ballads, "in the dialect spoken by the lower classes of people in the northern parts of Ireland." If you believe the Internet, Nooth was an Irish poet. This is most likely incorrect--she is probably the daughter of James and Elizabeth Nooth, born April 15, 1788, in England. As a young woman, she had some success as a writer, publishing this book and a novel the following year. Some of her poems were published in French translation. Lady Shelley (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley?) was one of the subscribers to this book. ISBN: 281AIB1030028.
First edition (first printing). A very good or better copy in the original publisher's boards. Spine label chipped, affecting the word Poems. Despite the large number of subscribers, an uncommon book. [JSP01]Book ID: 136685More details Price: $350.00
Father Butler and the Lough Dearg Pilgrim to Which Is Added National Tales
Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. Collins, 1839. Two volumes: 198, 208 pages. The first American edition of the first book by Carleton, the author of Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. The first volume of this set is comprised of Carleton's short stories set in Ireland; the second volume offers short stories by Hood, including The Three Jewels. Carleton's book is quite scarce in any early edition. ISBN: 281AIB1028694.
First American edition (first printing). In the publisher's original cloth and plain paper-covered boards. Both volumes stained with previous owner's markings. Hood volume title writting in ink on spine; outer corners of that volume clipped. A passable set, only because you'll look a long time to find a better one.Book ID: 131824More details Price: $106.25
The Ulster Folk
London: David Nutt, 1912. 38 pages. The author's first book, a collection of poems, several of which incorporate traditional Irish lyrics. Somewhat uncommon. Gregory was part of the Irish literature revival in the early 20th century and a noted church architect. ISBN: 281AIB1033260.
First edition (first printing). Very good in wrappers (paperback). Wrappers tanned, as usual. Neat owners name on half-title, dated 1923.Book ID: 150795More details Price: $62.50
Mind You, I've Said Nothing! Forays in the Irish Republic
London: Methuen & Co, 1953. 176 pages. The author was a British writer who settled in Ireland after the Second World War. ISBN: B000NJ3CKI.
First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a very good dust jacket. Light wear; a nice copy.Book ID: 86934More details Price: $40.00
Portrait of Cork
(Cork, Ireland): (Waterman), 1981. 252 pages. 8.5 by 12 inches. Illustrated from photos and drawings. ISBN: B004SABN9K.
Very good hardcover in a like dust jacket.Book ID: 44653More details Price: $37.50
Romantic Ireland (Two Volumes)
Boston: L. C. Page & Company, 1905. 283 and 307 pages. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Numerous additional B/W illustrations, some with tissue guards. Endpapers with map of Ireland. ISBN: 281AIB1051082.
Later printing. Very good copies in green cloth with gilt decorations and lettering on front cover and spine. Map of Ireland in darker green set in gilt in frame on front cover. Covers with some fading. Spines are darkened.Book ID: 268080More details Price: $30.00
Rural Disorder and Police Reform in Ireland, 1812-36
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970. 254 pages. From the Studies in Irish History series. ISBN: 281AIB1043241.
First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a very good dust jacket with a chip to the spine head. Light bump to spine foot.Book ID: 218160
Ulster-Scots: A Grammar of the Traditional Written and Spoken Language
(N.-pl.): Ullans Press, 1997. 229 pages. A monograph on the language of the Scottish immigrants to Northern Ireland. ISBN: 9780953035014.
First edition (first printing). A fine copy in wrappers (paperback).Book ID: 154103
A Dictionary of Ulster Place-Names (The place-names of Northern Ireland series)
Institute of Irish Studies, the Queen's University of Belfast, 1999. 159 pages. ISBN: 9780853897422.
A fine copy in wrappers (paperback).Book ID: 154104
The South of Ireland (Illustrated) Up To Date. Part I Comprising Cork, Queenstown, Youghal, Glengariff, Killarney, Fermov, Bandon, Midleton, and Clonakilty
London: Robinson, Son & Co, n.d. 132 pages. Illustrated with B/W photographs. 11.5 x 8.5 inches. ISBN: 281AIB1048313.
Decorated green cloth covers with gold lettering on front. Spine is missing. Water damage to lower front cover with edge and corner wear. Boards showing at corners. Brown staining to endpapers. Contents are very good. No dust jacket.Book ID: 263338More details Price: $20.00
The Shell Country Book
Phoenix House, 1962. ISBN: B001G4VU26.
Very GoodBook ID: 76280More details Price: $15.00
The Story of the Irish Race
New York: Devon-Adair Company, (1955). ISBN: 281AIB1042154.
Very GoodBook ID: 212220More details Price: $12.50
Modern Ireland: 1600-1972
N/A, 1989. ISBN: 9780713990102.
Very GoodBook ID: 135979More details Price: $12.00
Modern Ireland: 1600-1972
N/A, 1989. ISBN: 9780713990102.
Very GoodBook ID: 221383More details Price: $12.00
Lough Corrib: its shores and islands (Physician travelers)
Arno Press, 1971. ISBN: 9780405017193.
Very GoodBook ID: 131840
Sun And Cross: From Megalithic Culture To Early Christianity In Ireland
Floris Books, 2004. ISBN: 9780863154409.
Very GoodBook ID: 124380
Story of the Irish Race
Gramercy, 1990. ISBN: 9780517064085.
Very GoodBook ID: 134495
The Great Shame: And The Triumph Of The Irish In The English -Speaking World
Nan A. Talese, 1999. ISBN: 9780385476973.
Very GoodBook ID: 143977More details Price: $9.98
Abradale/Abrams, 1990. ISBN: 9780810980969.
Very GoodBook ID: 187665More details Price: $9.50
The National Being: Some Thoughts on an Irish Polity
Macmillan, 1930. ISBN: B000FMKQY8.
Very GoodBook ID: 94509More details Price: $8.50