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1 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. Irish Jacobite poetry. "The Chief of Clanawly, a legend of the south"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 172-174 Article PDF



2 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Fairy Nurse"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 175 Article PDF



3 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Fair-Hill'd Pleasant Ireland"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 175-176 Article PDF



4 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Voice of Joy"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 176-177 Article PDF



5 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Maid of the Fine Flowing Hair"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 177-178 Article PDF



6 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Dark Maid of the Valley"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 178-179 Article PDF



7 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Irish War Song"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 179 Article PDF



8 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Battle of Credran, A.D. 1257"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 180-181 Article PDF



9 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Lady of Alba's Lament for King Charles", by John O'Tuomy’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 182-184 Article PDF



10 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Reply to the Lady of Alba's Lament", by John Clarach MacDonnell’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 184-186 Article PDF



11 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Fair Hills of Éire Ogh"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 186-187 Article PDF



12 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Battle of Callan, A.D. 1261"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 187 Article PDF



13 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "A Munster Keen"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 188 Article PDF



14 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Ros Geal Dubh"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 189-190 Article PDF



15 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "For Ireland I'd not tell her name"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 190-191 Article PDF



16 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Song of the Penal Days", A.D. 1720’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 192 Article PDF



17 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Leading the Calves"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 192-193 Article PDF



18 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Spirit of Lough Dergart", a legend of the Shannon’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 193-195 Article PDF



19 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Song of Freedom"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 195-196 Article PDF



20 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "The Boat Song"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 197-198 Article PDF



21 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Meelan: a Legend of the South"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 198-202 Article PDF



22 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Farewell to the Maig"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 202-203 Article PDF



23 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "St Lateerin", a translation’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 204 Article PDF



24 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Harp of Erin quit thy slumbers"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 204-205 Article PDF



25 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Whiskey—the Soul of Revelry"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 205-206 Article PDF



26 Walsh, Edward ‘Poetry and legendary ballads of the south of Ireland. Selections from the poems of Edward Walsh. "Daniel O'Leary the Duhallow Piper"’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 207 Article PDF



27 Smith, Charles; Robert Day and W. A. Copinger (eds) ‘The ancient and present state of the county and city of Cork ... by Charles Smith, with notes from the Croker and Caulfield manuscripts, etc. Edited by Robert Day and W. A. Copinger. Titlepage, table of contents, author's introduction and editorial preface’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) i-xii Article PDF



28 Smith, Charles; Robert Day and W. A. Copinger (eds) ‘The ancient and present state of the county and city of Cork ... By Charles Smith, with historical notes from the Croker and Caulfield manuscripts. Appendix to Volume 1’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. (1893),  page(s) 434-512 Article PDF



29 Smith, Charles; Robert Day and W. A. Copinger (eds) ‘The ancient and present state of the county and city of Cork ... By Charles Smith, with historical notes from the Croker and Caulfield manuscripts. Plate VIII, A plan of the city of Cork as in the year 1750’, Ser. 1, Vol. 2, No. 15 (1893),  page(s) Article PDF



 

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