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Gilbert, J.T.
Gilbert, J. T. (Sir)
Gilbert, John T.
Gilbert, John T. (Sir)
Gilbert, John Thomas
Gilbert, John Thomas (Sir)
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Bellings, Richard (d. 1677.)
Charlemont, James Caulfeild (1st Earl of, 1728-1799)
Gran Bretagna. Historical manuscripts commission
Historical Manuscripts Commission (London)
Mac Ceileachair, Moelmuiri
Ormonde, James Edward William Theobald Butler (3d marquis of, 1844-1919)
Plunket, Nicholas (d. 1680))
Royal Irish Academy (Dublin)
St. Mary's Abbey (Dublin)
account of the Parliament house, Dublin, with notices of parliaments held there, 1661-1800., An
Calendar of ancient records of Dublin, in the possession of the municipal corporation of that city.
Catalogue of the books & manuscripts comprising the library of the late Sir John T. Gilbert.
Chartularies of St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, with the register of its house at Dunbrody, and annals of Ireland
Documents relating to Ireland, 1795-1804: official account of secret service money. Governmental correspondence and papers. Notice of French soldiery at Killala. Statements by United Irishmen. Letters on legislative union with Great Britain, etc.
Facsimiles of national manuscripts of Ireland, selected
Historic and municipal documents of Ireland, A.D. 1172-1320, from the archives of the City of Dublin, etc.
history of the city of Dublin, A
History of the Irish confederation and the war in Ireland 1641-1643, containing a narrative of affairs of Ireland from 1641 to the conclusion of the treaty in 1643 with correspondence and documents of the Confederation and of the administrators of the English government in Ireland, contemporary personal statements, memoirs... Now for the first time published from original manuscripts
History of the Irish Confederation and the war in Ireland, 1641 [-1649] containing a narrative of affairs of Ireland
Jacobite Narrative of the war in Ireland, 1688-1691. -, A
leabhar breac|leabhar breac, an
Leabhar na h-Uidhri: a collection of pieces in prose and verse, in the irish language, compiled and transcribed about A. D. 1100, by Moelmuiri Mac Ceileachair: now for the first time published from the original in the library of the royal irish academy, with an account of the manuscript, a description of its contents, and an index. (Signé : J.-T. Gilbert.)
lebor na huidre|leabhar na h-uidhre
Light to the blind
manuscripts and correspondence of James, first Earl of Charlemont, The
manuscripts of Charles Haliday, esq., of Dublin, Acts of the Privy council of Ireland, 1556-1571 ..., The
manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde, K.P., preserved at the Castle, Kilkenny, The
manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde, the Earl of Fingall, the corporations of Waterford, Galway, &c., The
Narratives of the detention, liberation and marriage of Maria Clementina Stuart, styled Queen of Great Britain and Ireland. With contemporary letters and papers now for the first time published.
Narratives of the Detention, Liberation and Marriage of Maria Clementina Stuart Styled Quenn of Great Britain and Irland with contemporary letters and papers
Register of the abbey of St. Thomas, Dublin. -
Report on the manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde