Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, Vol. 6 Glencairn (tn_1)
(Waterford: Waterford Archaeological Society, 1900)

[Currently being digistised: contact localstudies@waterfordcoco.ie if you are interested in any of the contents listed below]


  • Annual Meeting for 1899
  • Lismore in the 13th Century - William H. Grattan Flood
  • The City of Waterford in the 17th Century - Rev. James Mockler
  • History and topography of the Parish of Hook, Co. Wexford - Gabriel O'C. Redmond
  • Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language, Report for 1899
  • Archaeological and literary miscellany - James Coleman
  • The Waterford School of Practical Art - James Coleman
  • Waterford and South Eastern Counties early printed books: Part V. - Cashel Printing - James Coleman
  • Waterford Literary Society - James Coleman
  • Waterford and Newfoundland - James Coleman
  • Waterford and South-Eastern Counties early printed books: Part VI. - James Coleman
  • Some early Waterford clerical authors - James Coleman
  • William Penn in Waterford and Cashel - James Coleman
  • An interesting specimen of old Waterford printing and binding
  • The "bourg" of Camphire, Co. Waterford - W.H. Grattan Flood
  • Archaeological and literary miscellany - James Coleman
  • Waterford and South Eastern Counties' printed books and newspapers: Part VII - James Coleman
  • Touraneena, Co. Waterford - James Coleman
  • Leprosy in Waterford - James Coleman
  • Mediaeval Lismore - Wm. H. Grattan Flood
  • A new Ogham - from Tipperary - Rev. P. Power
  • Interesting letter, contributed by Father Hogan, S.J.
  • A remarkable restoration in St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, after notes - M.J.C. Buckley
  • An episode of the emigration from Waterford to Newfoundland in the early part of the 19th Century - M.J.C. Buckley
  • An episode in Irish History
  • Tracts illustrative of the Civil War in Ireland of 1641, etc.
  • Some 17th Century funeral entries of Waterford Families
  • Lismore during the latter half of the 15th Century - William H. Grattan Flood

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