Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, to which is Added a List of the Fagel Collection of Maps in the Same Library

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Hodges, Figgis, & Company, Limited, 1900 - Irish literature - 606 pages
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Page 519 - POPPLE, HENRY. A Map of the British Empire in America with the French, Spanish and the Dutch Settlements adjacent thereto by Henry Popple.
Page 519 - A General Map of the Middle British Colonies, in America. Containing Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware Counties, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. With the addition of New York, and of the Greatest Part of New England...
Page 523 - THE SEAT OF WAR, IN NEW ENGLAND, BY AN AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. WITH THE MARCHES OF THE SEVERAL CORPS SENT BY THE COLONIES. TOWARDS BOSTON. WITH THE ATTACK ON BUNKERS-HlLL. LONDON. PRINTED FOR R. SAYER, & J. BENNETT. . .2 SEPT*. 1775. Insets: PLAN OF BOSTON HARBOUR, FROM AN ACTUAL SURVEY; PLAN OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON WITH THE ATTACK ON BUNKERS-HILL.
Page 523 - A Plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island, and East New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the Woody Heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the...
Page 520 - Le Canada ou Partie de la Nouvelle France. . . . Contenant la Terre de Labrador, la Nouvelle France, les Isles de Terre Neuve, de Nostre Dame, etc.
Page 519 - A general map of the southern British colonies, in America. Comprehending North and South Carolina. Georgia. East and West Florida, with the neighbouring fsicl Indian countries.
Page 454 - Venise, exactement dessinée sur le lieu. Mis au jour par le soin de Pierre Mortier.
Page 462 - Nouvelle Carte, qui Comprend les principaux Triangles qui servent de Fondement à la Description Géométrique de la France ; levée par ordre du Roy, par Maraldi et Cassini de Thury.
Page 169 - The following collection of Icelandic MSS., selected chiefly with reference to the history of the relations between the northern nations and Great Britain and Ireland, was made by the Rev. James Johnstone, MA, Chaplain and Secretary to the British Embassy in Copenhagen,' afterwards Rector of Magheracross, in Ireland, author of ' Antiquitates Celto-Scandicae,

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