Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis ...: 1. Davis, Sir J. A the Earl of Salisbury. 2. Ussher, [J.] Original and first institution of corbes, crenachs, and termonlands. 3. An account of two ancient instruments lately discovered. 1786

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Charles Vallencey
Luke White, 1790

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