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Dublin: Brian O'Higgins, 1939. 11 vols., printed & pictorial wrappers. Dublin: Brian O'Higgins, 1939, and 1943 -1953. Nice run of this Irish Republican magazine, including the 1944 issue which was not published until 1945 due to censorship. The pages are browned, as usual, but in remarkably good condition for such fragile ephemera.
1923. 3.5 x 4.25 inches, May 23, 1923, signed "With Great Esteem, C. O'. Higgins" -- a choice example of one of the most important figures in Irish history during the first half of the 20th century. Ink notations and mounting remnants on the back, but still in very good condition. Irish statesman who supported the treaty with Great Britain that created the Irish Free State. In 1922 he became Minister of Justice and Vice President of the Executive Council.....
New York: Jefferson Publishing, 1919. Including a Biographical Sketch of the Author by Major Michael A. Kelly. Illus. xv, 546pp. Small, thick 8vo, black cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, a few pencil marks in margins. New York: Jefferson Publishing, 1919. First Edition Author was an Irish-American who was an anti-British agitator during World War I. Jeremiah O'Leary was tried in 1917 in New York City under the United States Espionage Act.
2 plates. 2 vols. 8vo, modern 3/4 calf; (spines lightly worn, covers to both vols. rubbed, some pages have light foxing in margins). London: Richard Bentley, 1836. The author was the famous Irish stage actor and comedian. He made three tours of the United States from 1833 to 1835. He travelled extensively in the Eastern United States. Howes P-533. Clark III, 90.
London: Cassell, 1887. Separate paginations for each title. Thick 16mo, 3/4 green straight grained morocco over marbled boards; spine and hinges lightly worn. London: Cassell & Company, 1887. A very good copy. Sir Walter Raleigh. The Discovery of Guiana and The Journal of the Second Voyage thereto. Samuel Johnson. A Journey to the Western Island of Scotland. Arthur Young. A Tour of Ireland. 1776-1779. C. P. Moritz. Travels in England in 1782 From Cassell's National Library.