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HIBERNIA. The great case of Transplantation in Ireland discussed. 4° Lond. 1655.

Several Letters from Ireland of the late Successe of the Parliament's forces. 4° Lond. 1655.

A Letter from an officer in Ireland on the changing of the Government, by R. G. 4° 1656.

- Irelands declaration : being a Remonstrance of the generality of the good People of Ireland. fol. 1659.

· A declaration of the Major General and the Officers of Ireland. fol. 1659.

The declaration of the Army of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1659.

- An account of the affairs in Ireland, in reference to the late change in England. fol. 1659.

A Letter from Ireland to the Speaker. 4° Lond. 1659.

The Kings Message to his subjects in Ireland on their return to obedience. 4° Lond. 1660.

— Irelands fidelity to the Parliament of England. 40 Lond. 1660..

Proclamation against the Rebels in Ireland. fol. Lond. · 1660.

- A proclamation touching the settlement of Ireland. fol. · 1661.

- A proclamation that none can come from Ireland to Scotland without sufficient Testimonial. fol. Edin, 1661.

- The Irish colours displayed. 4° Lond. 1662.

The Irish colours folded. 4° Lond. 1662.

- A Collection of some of the Murthers since Oct. 1641. by R. S. 4° Lond. 1662.

- The liorrid Conspiracie of such impenitent traytors as intended a new Rebellion in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1663.

Letters patent from His Majesty containing a demise of his Revenue of Ireland for 7 years. fol. Lond. 1669.

The present state of Ireland, with some reinarks on the ancient state thereof. 12° Lond. 1673.

- Letter from a Gentleman in Ireland to his Brother in England relating to the Concerns of Ireland in the inatter of Trade. 4° Lond. 1677.

- An account of the public affairs ių Ireland since the discovery of the last plot. 4° Lond. 1679. - - An account of the bloody Massacre in Ireland in 1612. Lond. 1679.

- A colleetion of Murthers in Ireland since 1611. 46 Lond. 1679.

--- Information relating to the Popish plot in Ireland. fol. Lond. 1680.

- The History of the execrable Irish Rebellion traced from many preceding Acts to the grand Eruption 23 Octr. 1641, and thence pursued to the Act of Settlement 1662. fol. Lond. 1680,


HIBERNIA. Historical Collections of the Church in Ireland,

during the reigns of Hen. VIII. Ed. VI. and Queen Mary; set forth in the Life and Death of Geo. Browne, Abp. of Dublin. 4° Lond. 1681.

- Collection of Acts and Statutes at Large relating to the Revenue of Ireland. 12° Dubl. 1684.

- Defence of the present settlement in Ireland. 4° 1686. - The State of the Papist and Protestant Proprieties in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1689.

A true account of the State of Ireland, giving a full relation of the New Establishment made by the late King James. 4° Lond. 1689.

- An Apology for the Protestants of Ireland. In a brief Narrative of the late Revolutions of that Kingdom. Lond. 1689. - The sad and lamentable condition of the Protestants. Being an account of the barbarous proceedings of the Natives against the English. 4° Lond. 1689.

- War and its effects laid out to the Life, being Advice to our Protestant Brethren now ready to go against the Rebels. 4° Lond. 1689.

The Character of the Protestants of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1689.

- Vindication of the Protestants of Ireland, with reflections on a late Pamphlet, intituled The Character of the Pro. “ testants of Ireland. Lond. 1689.

The Answer of a Protestant Gentleman to N. N. concerning the Posture of the Countrey. 49 Lond. 1689.

A Letter from Duke Schomberg's Camp. Giving an Account of the English and Irish Army; and a true account of all the Papists in Ireland, their Number and Estates. 4° Lond. 1689.

Mephibosheth and Ziba. Appeal of the Protestants to the King. 4° Lond. 1689.

- The Mantle thrown off; Or the Irishman dissected. 4° Lond. 1689. - Aphorisms relating to Ireland. 4° Lond. 1689.

- List of the pretended Parliament at Dublin. 4° Lond. 1689.

Proceedings of the Parliament 1689. 4° Lond. 1689.

Account of the most material passages in Ireland since Decr. 1688. With a particular Relation of the Forces of Lon-, donderry. 4° Lond. 1689.

- An Answer of a Protestant Gentleman to a discourse on the present posture of Ireland. Lond. 1689.

- History of the Northern affairs of Ireland from the accession of the late King to the siege of Londonderry. 4° Lond. 1690.

- A full and impartial Account of the secret Consults, Negotiations, and Stratagems of the Romish party in Ireland in 1660-1689. 4° Lond. 1690. Vol. III.

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HIBERNIA. Journall of affairs in Ireland since His Majesty's arrival. 4° Lond. 1690.

Narrative of the Murders perpetrated on Protestants by the late King James's Agents. 4° Lond. 1690.

List of persons attainted of High Treason by the late King James in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1690.

The proposal for sending back the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland. 4° Lond. 1690.

Animadversions on the proposal, &c. 4° Lond. 1690.

- An impartial Journal of all the Transactions of their Majesties Forces and those of the Irish Rebels in this last Winter's Campaign. 12° Dubl. 1691.

- History of the most material occurrences during the last two years. 4° Lond. 1691.

An answer to the state of the Protestants in Ireland under James VI. Lond. 1692.

List of the Parliament of Ireland in 1692. fol. 1692. - Account of the Sessions of Parliament in Ireland in 1692. 4° Lond. 1693.

- Proposals for raising a Million of Money out of the forfeited Estates in Ireland. 4° Lond. 1694.

Irelands case briefly stated, or a summary of the most remarkable transactions in that Kingdom since the Reformation. 12° 1695.

A true and impartial History of the Wars of Ireland, Flanders, on the Rhine and in Savoy, &c. 12° 1695.

Strange and wonderful News from Ireland; giving a dreadful Relation of a prodigious Motion of the Earth. fol. Lond. 1697.

Discourse concerning Ireland and the different Inte· rests thereof, in Answer to the Exon and Barnstaple Petitions. 4° Lond. 1697.

Answer to a Letter from a Gentleman in the Country relating to the Trade of Ireland. 8° Lond. 1698.

Report of the Commissioners on forfeited Estates. 40 Lond. 1700.

- Short Remarks upon the act of Resumption of Irish forfeitures. 4° Lond. 1701.

- The secret History of the trust, with some reflections upon the Letter from a Souldier. 4° Lond. 1702.

Remarks upon a Pamphlet entitled an address of som Irish folks to the House of Commons. Lond. 1702.

- Letter to the Trustees of the Irish forfeitures. 4° Lond. 1704.

- Iniquity displayed, or the settlement of Ireland. 40 · Lond. 1704.

- The Parallel, or Persecution of Protestants the shortest way to prevent the growth of Popery in Ireland. fol. Dub. 1705. - List of the Parliament of Ireland 1713. 4° Lond. 1714.


HIBERNIA. The Irish Massacre set in a clear light. 4° Lond. 1715.

- Memoirs of Ireland from the Restoration to the present times. 8° Lond. 1716.

Reasons offered to the House of Commons why the Bill sent down to them from the Lords for securing the dependency of the Kingdom of Ireland on the Crown of Gt. Britain should not pass into a Law. 8° Lond. 1720.

Humble representation to the King by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal of the Parliament of Ireland. go Lond. 1720.

- Letter from a member of the House of Commons in Ireland to a Gentleman of the long Robe in England. Containing an Answer to some Objections made against the Judicatory Power of the Parliament of Ireland. 8° Lond. 1720.

- Monasticon Hibernicum. Lond. 1722.

Collection of Statutes in Ireland from the time of Edw. II. to Charles II. fol. Dub. 1723.

Some further account of the original disputes in Ireland about Farthings and Halfpence. 8° 1724. - A Natural History of Ireland in 3 parts. 4° Dub. 1726.

- Collection of Tracts concerning the present state of Ireland with respect to its Riches, Revenues, Trade and Manufactures. 8° Lond. 1729.

- List of the Absentees of Ireland and the yearly value of their Estates and incomes spent abroad. With observations on the present Trade and Condition of Ireland. 8° Lond. 1730.

The present state of Ireland considered. 8° Dub. 1730.

-A modest argument pro and con, enquiring into the cause why base and mean actions should be comniitted by the Irish in particular. 8° Lond. 1731.

Inquiry into some of the Causes of the Situation of the Affairs of Ireland. 8° Dub. 1732.

Copy of His Majesty's Charter for erecting Protestant Schools in Ireland. 4° Dub. 1733.

Proceedings of the Society for erecting protestant schools in Ireland. 4° Dubl. 1734.

Statutes at Large from IV Wm. and Mary to VIII Geo. III. 10 vol. fol. 1734-40.

Proceedings of the Society for erecting protestant Schools in Ireland, from their Institution. 4° Lond. 1737–40.

- Reflections and resolutions proper for the Gentlemen of Ireland, as to their Conduct for the Service of their Country. go Dub. 1738.

Question of the precedency of the Peers of Ireland in
England fairly stated. 80 Dubl. 1739.

8o. Lond. 1761.
Proposals for obtaining a Charter for incorporating a
Society for the promotion of Xtian knowledge in Ireland. 40
Dub. 1740,


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HIBERNIA. A list of Commodities imported into Ireland, being

such as may either be raised or manufactured therein. fol. 1740.

- Collection of all the Irish and English Statutes now in force relating to His Majesty's Revenue in Ireland, with Notes, &c. by James Fleming. 4° Dub. 1741.

Some important frauds committed in Trade and the Revenue in Ireland laid open. 8° Lond. 1746.

Memorial presented to His M——s—y by the right hble. the Earl of K-d-e. 8° Lond. 1753.

- Second Letter to the Tradesmen, Farmers and the rest of the good people of Ireland. 8° Dub. 1754.

Observations relative to the late Bill: for paying off the residue of the National Debt of Ireland. 8° Dub. 1754.

- The C- rs apology to the Freeholders of this Kingdom for their Conduct this S--n of Parliament. 8° Lond. 1754.

The Case fairly stated, or an Inquiry how far the Clause lately rejected by the House of Commons would, if passed, have affected the Liberties of the People of Ireland. go Dub. 1754.

- Remarks on a pamphlet entitled Considerations on the late Bill for paying of the National Debt. No. III. Dubl. 1754.

- Proceedings of the Hble. the House of Commons in Ireland in rejecting the Irish Money Bill vindicated. 8° Dub. 1754.

- Answer to the above. 8° Dub. 1754.

- Letter from a M***** of the H**** of C****** to a Gentleman in the North of Ireland. 8° Dub. 1754.

- The free Citizens address to Sir S. Cooke for his unshaken attachment to the True Interest of Ireland this session of Parliament. 8° Lond. 1754.

Some thoughts on the general improvement of Ireland. So Dub. 1758.

- Proposals humbly offered to Parliament for the Resto ration of Cash and public Credit to Ireland. 8° Dub. 1759.

- A Comment on an extraordinary Letter from Ireland, wherein a Union between the two Kingdoms is impartially discussed. 8° Lond. 1760.

- A list of the Absentees of Ireland and an estimate of the yearly value of their estates and incomes spent abroad, with observations on the trade of Ireland. 8° Dubl. 1769.

Hibernica: or some ancient pieces relating to Ireland, edited by W. Harris. 8° Dub. 1770.

- Collection of all the Acts now in force relative to the Preservation, Buying and Selling Bounties for Ireland and Coastways Carriage, and for the exportation of Corn. 12° Dub. 1775-8.

Acts for the better regulation of the Linen and Hempen Manufactures. 12° Dub. 1775.


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