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JWSEIAS Vols. 7 & 8
JWSEIAS Vols. 7 & 8
Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society, Vols. 7 & 8 (.pdf, 7.93 mb)
(Waterford: Waterford Archaeological Society, 1901)
- Annual meeting 1900
- The kings of ancient Ireland; Their number, rights, election and inauguration - Rev. J. Mockler
- Notes relating to the manor of Ballygunner Co. Waterford - William H. Grattan Flood
- Antiquities from Kilkenny City to Kilcooley Abbey - Rev. W. Healy
- Liscarroll Castle and Ballybeg Abbey - Rev. C. Buckley
- The old gun found in River Suir, January 1901 - Major O. Wheeler Cuffe
- Waterford and South-Eastern Counties early printed books, newspapers, etc. - James Coleman
- Notes and queries
- Ancient quilds or fraternities of the county of the city of Waterford - Patrick Higgins
- Lismore during the reign of Henry VIII - William H. Grattan Flood
- Lismore during the reign of Edward VI and Queen Mary - William H. Grattan Flood
- Lismore during the reign of Queen Elizabeth - William H. Grattan Flood
- Don Philip O'Sullivan; The siege of Dunboy, and the retreat and assassination of O'Sullivan Beare
- Old and New Ross - Philip H. Hore
- A forgotten Waterford worthy - J. Coleman
- Tracts illustrative of the civil war in Ireland of 1641, etc. - James Buckley
- Documents relative to the City of Waterford at the begining of the 17th century - Hon. Editor
- The tradesman's coinage of Waterford in the Seventeenth Century
- The nunnery of Kilculliheen
- Tracts illustrative of the Civil War in Ireland of 1641, &c.
- Waterford Wills (1589-1910)
- Old Waterford No.1.
- Documents illustrating the state of the Co. Waterford in the 16th Century.
- Journal of the Galway Archaeological Society, Nos. II. and III.
- Notes and Queries
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