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 Irish periodical sources                       Manuscript sources for the history of Irish
                                                civilization
  in the National Library                        Hayes, Richard J.
                                                 f 016.9415 HAY
             Nick Reddan                        Sources for the history of Irish civilisation;
                                                articles in Irish periodicals
             11 May 2002
                                                 Hayes, Richard J.
                                                 016.9141503 H418




                                                Irish Manuscripts Commission
            Guides (cont)
                                                      http://www.irmss.ie/
Economists' papers, 1750-1950 : a guide to      Analecta Hibernica Commission
archive and other manuscript sources for the    Laimhscribinni na hEireann
history of British and Irish economic thought    S 941.5 ANA
 Sturges, R. P. (Rodney Paul)                   Catalogue of publications
 016.33 E197g                                    S 016.9415 IRI
                                                Series of 55 books eg:
                                                 Letters and papers relating to the Irish rebellion
                                                 between 1642-46 edited by James Hogan.
                                                  941.56 HOG
                                                 Guide to the Genealogical Office, Dublin.
                                                  YY 929.10720415 G946
Irish Manuscripts Commission
                                                          Historical Societies
            (cont)
The convert rolls edited by Eileen O'Byrne        Journal of the Cork Historical and
  248.244 C766                                    Archaeological Society
A census of Ireland, circa 1659, with              S 914.1950305 COR
supplementary material from the poll money          2nd. ser., v. 46, no. 164.-v. 99 (July/Dec.
ordinances (1660-1661)                             1991-1994)
  312.09415 I68
King's Inns admission papers, 1607-1867
edited by Edward Keane, P. Beryl Phair, and
Thomas U. Sadlier
  344.15006041835 K55




                 (cont)
                                                          Historical Societies
With 1892-94 are bound: Poetry & legendary
ballads of the south of Ireland. 1st ser. Cork,
1894; and Smith, Charles. The ancient and         Journal of the Limerick Field Club
present state of the county and city of Cork.     Journal of the North Munster Archaeological
Cork, 1893-94, 2 v. With 1896-1898 is issued:     Society
Cork and Ross (Ireland : Diocese). Index to the
marriage license bonds of the diocese of Cork     North Munster Antiquarian journal
and Ross, Ireland, for the years 1623 to 1750,     mfm 1788 microfiche
published 1896-1897. With 1899-1902 is            Journal of the Galway Archaeological and
bound: Cloyne, Ire. (Diocese); Index to the       Historical Society.
marriage license bonds of the diocese of           S 941.74 JOU
Cloyne, Ireland. For the years from 1630-1800.
Cork, 1899-1900. Part of the illustrative          Vol. 21, no. 1 & 2 1944
materials is folded. Includes lists of members.
    Historical Societies (cont)                     Statistical Survey of Ireland

The Irish ancestor                                A statistical account of the parish of
 S 929.09415 IRI                                  Aghaboe in the Queen's County, Ireland
 Vol. 1, no. 1-v. 18, no. 1 Jan. 1969-Jan. 1986   [microform] by Edward Ledwich
Irish family history : journal of the Irish        mfm 1314
Family History Society.                           A statistical account of Ireland, founded on
 S 929.3415 IRI                                   historical facts
 Vol. 1- (1985-)                                   941.5 BAR
All Ireland sources newsletter                    Survey of Ireland (20 volumes)
 Nq 929.3415 ALL                                   YY 914.15 STA
 Vol. 1, no. 13- (Nov. 1999-)




  Goldsmiths-Kress library of
                                                     Peerages & landed gentry
     economic literature
Loads on Irish and English material               Lodge peerage of Ireland
worth a talk on its own                            1752
                                                    MFM 1651 reel 1869 no5
                                                   1789
                                                    MFM 1651 reel 2492 no1
                                                   1832
                                                    RB DeVesci 1047
                                                  Burke's Landed gentry of Ireland/Family
                                                  Records
                                                   Reference area
       Dublin Newspapers                              Limerick Newspapers

Freeman's Journal                               Limerick General Advertiser Gazette
 MFM X 278 — 9/1763 - 12/1924                    MFM X 833 — 17Sep1804 - 10Nov1820
Pue's Occurences                                Limerick Chronicle
 MFM X 596 — 1718-1755 gaps                      MFM X 855 — odd nos 1768 - 1800;
Dublin Journal (Falkiners)                       4Jan1832- 30Dec1835
 MFM X 596 one reel — 29 Mar 1722 - 24 Dec      Limerick Evening Post & Clare Sentinel
 1722; 11 May 1724; 8 Jan 1726 - 9 Feb 1742      MFM X 856 — 1Jan1828 - 17Dec1833




               My gems                          Read more newspaper extracts

Limerick Times 15 Aug 1836 (similar             My home page
Freeman's Journal 14 Aug 1836)                  http://www.webone.com.au/~nickred/
 At Richmond, Margaret, widow of the late
 Joseph SMITH Esq [married c8 May 1807, St
 Mary Dublin] and daughter of the late Edward
 Abraham CROKER Esq of Kilmallock
Limerick Evening Post 2 Jan 1829
 At Richmond, Grace, wife of Major W B SWAN,
 and daughter of Thomas COOTE, Esq. brother
 to the late Lieut-General Sir Eyre COOTE
Title                 NLI                              BL                                NLA
Freeman's Journal     9/1763 - 12/1924                 10 Sept. 1763 - 14 Mar. 1767; 1, MFM X 278 9/1763 - 12/1924
                                                       25, 29 Aug.1767; 5 Sept. 1767 -
                                                       2 Sept. 1775; 2 Jan. 1776 - 19
                                                       June 1777; 10 June 1779; 17
                                                       June 1780; 21 Sept. 1782 - 12
                                                       July 1783; 15 Nov. 1783 - 30
                                                       Dec. 1784; 13 Dec. 1788; 8 Feb.
                                                       1800; 9, 23, 27 Mar., 22, 27 Apr.
                                                       1802; 11, 30 July, 3 Aug., 2
                                                       Sept., 1 Oct., 10 Dec. 1807; 12
                                                       Feb., 24 July 1810; 17 July 1811
                                                       ; 15, 22 May 1812; 22 Apr., 1
                                                       June 1813; 31 Dec. 1819 - 23
                                                       Dec. 1821; 3 Mar. 1823; 2 Apr.,
                                                       22, 27 May 1824; 1830 - 1833;
Falkners Dublin                                                                          MFM X 650 reel 1063 1725
Dublin Gazette                                                                           MFM X 650 reel 1107 1706 -1726
Public Register &                                                                        MFM X 650 reel 921 Sep 1770 -
Freeman's Journal                                                                        Aug 1771
Hoey's Dublin Mercury 12/1722 - 5/1724; 1-9/1726; 1-9/ 1-9/1742; 1766 - 4/1773           MFM X 650 Reels 319-320; 1769 -
                      1742; 9/1770 - 4/1773                                              1772
Pue's Occurences      1717 -31 Dec 1751; 7 Mar 1752                                      MFM X 596 Three reels 1718-1755
                      - 1755                                                             gaps
Dublin Journal        29 Mar 1722 - 24 Dec 1722; 11                                      MFM X 596 one reel
(Falkiners)           May 1724; 8 Jan 1726 - 9 Feb
                      1742
Dublin Weekly Journal 3 Apr 1725 - 25 Dec 1731; 24                                       MFM X 596 one reel
                      Jan 1736 - 4 Jun 1737; 9 Jan
                      1748 - 11 Apr 1752
Limerick General      17Sep1804 - 10Nov1820            17Sep1804 - 10Nov1820             MFM X 833 17Sep1804 -
Advertiser Gazette                                                                       10Nov1820
Limerick Times        30Jun1834 - 13Feb1837            30Jun1834 - 13Feb1837             MFM X 852 30Jun1834 -
Limerick Evening                                       4Feb1833 - 31Dec1833;             MFM X 853 4Feb1833 - 31Dec1833
Herald                                                 2Jan1835 - 14Apr1835              ; 2Jan1835 - 14Apr1835
Limerick Herald       18Apr1831- 31Jan1833             18Apr1831- 31Jan1833              MFM X 854 18Apr1831- 31Jan1833
continued as Limerick
evening Herald
Limerick Chronicle    1771, 1772 imperfect; Jan. - Aug 13 - 24 Oct. 1768; 23 Feb., 13 MFM X 855 odd nos 1768 - 1800;
                      . 1773 incomplete; 1774 - 1809 Mar., 21 Aug. 1769; 27 Nov.         4Jan1832- 30Dec1835
                      vol. of odd nos.; 17 Jan. 1795;  1769; 12, 29 Mar., 5, 26 July
                      Jan. - Sept. 1779; May - Dec.    1770; 12 Dec. 1776; 4 Aug., 24
                      1802; 6 Nov. 1811; 18 July 1812 Nov., 25 Dec. 1777; 5 Jan. 1778;
                      - 2 Mar. 1814; 14 Sept. - 31 Dec 28 Sept., 7 Dec. 1780; 26 Apr.
                      . 1814; 15 Mar. - 13 Dec. 1815; 1790; 11 Jan. 1794; 9 Aug. 1800
                      4 Nov. 1818; 27 Nov. 1819; 21    ; 26 May 1813; 23 Feb. 1825; 4
                      July 1821 - 24 Dec. 1823; 4 Apr. Jan. 1826 - 31 Dec. 1829; 4 Jan.
                      - 16 Dec. 1829; 2 Feb. 1831;     1832 - 27 July 1869; 7 Apr. 1870
                      1841 - 2; 1844 - 5; 1848; 1852 - ; 2 Jan. 1879 -
                      5; 1859 - 6 Aug. 1921; 4 Aug.
Limerick Evening Post 10/1811 - 12/1813; 3/1814 - 12/ 1Jan1828 - 17Dec1833               MFM X 856 1Jan1828 - 17Dec1833
& Clare Sentinel      1817; 1Jan1828 - 17Dec1833
Limerick Standard     10Mar1837 - 30Dec1841            10Mar1837 - 30Dec1841             MFM X 857 10Mar1837 -
Munster Journal 2                                                                        MFM X 858 14Dec1832 - 9Jan1833
Munster Journal 1     5/1749 - 1/1755                  5/1749 - 1/1755                   X
Limerick Star &                                        7Feb 1834 - ?11 May 1838
Evening post
                             Extracts from Nick Reddan’s Newspaper Extracts
                                   http://www.webone.com.au/~nickred/

                                    Pue's Occorrences 25 August 1852
Bangher Fair — Will begin on the 15th of September next according to the New Style which day, but for the
change of style would have been the 4th of said month.

                                       Pue's Occorrences 4 October 1753
One Night last week the following off affair happened between a man and his wife who live in Bolton-street,
viz, he being subject to Quarrel when in liquor, had often told her he would put her in Bedlam to prevent
speaking to for being drunk; and accordingly on said night, assisted by some fellows, forced her into a coach,
and actually lodged her there; but the next morning the Surgeons going to visit the Prison found the Woman to
be in her perfect senses, and to her Husband's no small mortification, sent her home to him again, desiring her
to send him there, as by his behaviour he seemed to be a proper Object for such a Place.

                                     Pue's Occorrences 1 January 1754
Same evening a man held a wager of a Guinea that he could carry half hundred weight between his teeth
from the Watch House in James's Gate to the Poor House at the upper end of James's street without
stopping to rest, which he performed in a short time and won the wager, with the loss only of one of his teeth

                                       Pue's Occorrences 22 Njune 1754
Sunday last a man in Black Horse Lane, who after the Examplle of his betters, had been zealously serving the
Devil in an Ale House, went home in a pious Fit to discipline his Wife, who had lain in but three Days, and the
flesh proving too weak for the Spirit, he beat her in so cruel a manner, that her life is greatly despaired of.
The women in the Neighbourhood, resenting so inhuman an Action, rose in a body, and, after giving him a
sober Pumping and making him stand two hours In the Stocks, dismissed him, on his giving his Parole to his
good Behaviour for the Future

                                      Freeman’s Journal 15 August 1823
Female Cricketers — Monday, a singular match of cricket was played at Bockland, in Kent, between ten
married men and ten single women employed in the paper mill. The match was contested with uncommon
spirit on both sides, the single women beating by about twenty runs, in the last innings the women got 113
runs. Afterwards the party adjourned to the Cherry Tree where supper, to be paid for by the losers was
sumptuously served up. After the cloth was remove, the buxom party joined in a merry dance till a late hour

                            Limerick Evening Post and Clare Sentinal 3 April 1832
New wives for New South Wales — a vessel, we believe the Red Rover , has been taken up by the
Government, for the purose of conveying 200 free female emigrants from Cork to New South Wales, who
are to be provided with situations or husbands as chance may offer, on their arrival [Note passenger list with
native place and occ NSW State Archives (4/4822; microfilm copy SR Reel 2795, photocopy [City]
COD399). 1 vol.]

                                      Pue's Occorrences 1 March 1755
Last night the Rt Hon the Lord Mayor and Mr Sheriff CRAMPTON, attended by the constables went to
Essex street and took a Billard Table out of one of the coffee Houses which they publicaly burnt in the street.
His Lordship went to several other places where Billard Tables were kept but being refused admittance,
prevented from the burning of several others




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                             Extracts from Nick Reddan’s Newspaper Extracts
                                   http://www.webone.com.au/~nickred/

                                         Limerick Chronicle 7 March 1835
Hobart Town, Van Diemens' Land
and Sydney, New South Wales
Families and individuals about to proceed to the above most healthy and flourishing Colonies, are respectfully
informed that the Splendid new English-built Ship JANE GOULDIE, A1 at — 12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1
sugar, 9 pork, 12 pints soup. Wednesday :6 bread, 12 potatoes, 4 rice, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 8 beef, 4
flour, 1 fruit, ½ suet. Thursday — 12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 9 pork, 12 soup. Friday :6 bread, 12
potatoes, 4 rice, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar. Saturday — 12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 9 pork, 12
soup. Sunday —12 bread, 12 coffee, 12 tea, 1lb sugar, 8 beef, 4 flour, 1 fruit, ½ suet..
Six pounds dried fish, with 1lb butter on Friday. One quart vinegar per week; 72 pints water, except soup
days, 60 pints
Cabin passengers will not be restricted as to the quantity of Provisions, and plenty of Live Stock, &c will be
laid in; but for Wines, &c will be an extra charge. They will also be found with every description of State
Room Requisites, Table Utensils, &c except Beds, Bedding and Napkins, and will be allowed room for half a
ton of Luggage. Second Cabin and Steerage Passengers are required to find Beds and Bedding,
Earthenware, a Knife, Fork, Spoon, &c for their mess, as usual, and will be allowed a quarter of a ton of
Luggage.
One third of the passage money must be paid before a Berth can be secured.
As berths in this vessel will only be fitted for the accommodation of twenty-five adults in all, and several
being already engaged, Passengers should secure their berths without delay; and in order to prevent expense
to parties in the country, ten days notice will be given previous Lloyd's, 234 Tons Register, 400 Tons burthen,
David SIMPSON, Commander, (who is well acquainted with the Trade,) will shortly be despatched. This
beautiful modelled Vessel for elegance and equipment is rarely surpassed: she is thoroghly copper fastened
coppered to the bends, and is intended as a regular Packet between Liverpool and Australia. Capt SIMPSON
having recently returned from the Colonies will be happy to give every information to parties desirous of
emigrating, and will be accomanied by his wife on the voyage. An experienced Surgeon will also proceed in
the ship.
Rates of Passage Money
Cabin —: For a single Gentleman, £50; Single Lady, £45; a Married Couple, £95; Children between the ages
of 9 and 14, £30; 5 and 9 £20; under 5, £10; infants under 12 months, Free.
Second Cabin — For a single Gentleman, £30; Single Lady, £26; a Married Couple, £56; Children between
the ages of 9 and 14, £18; 5 and 9 £12; undre 5 £6; Infants under 12 months, Free.
Steerage — For a single Gentleman, £20; Single Lady, £18; a Married Couple, £38; Children between the
ages of 9 and 14, £12; 5 and 9 £8; undre 5 £4; Infants under 12 months, Free.
These Rates include Provisions for the Voyage, which will be furnished on the following liberal scale: — For
each mess of 12 adults in the Second Cabin and Steerage; Children between 1 and 7 being entitled to
one-half, and between 1 and 7, to one-third of the quantities.
N,B. — Each male adult will be allowed a glass and a half of Spirits, and each Female a glass of Wine per
day
Scale of rations
Monday — 12lbs bread, 12 pints coffee, 12 pints tea, 1lb sugar, 8lbs beef, 4lbs flour, 1lb Fruit, ½lb suet.
Tuesday to sailing at the expiration of which they will be required to be on board, and thenceforward
provisioned by the ship.
Apply to William RANDALL, Arthurs Quay, Limerick, or Henry FOX, 53, Dreury-lane, Liverpool —




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