London: Calder and Boyars, . Number 11 of 100 copies signed by the author. ONE OF 100 SIGNED... Read More about Imagination Dead Imagine...translated from the French by the author
New York: Boni & Liveright, 1928. First edition, no. 708 of 775 copies signed by the author. Read More about Strange Interlude
The Irish nationalist and poet John Boyle O'Reilly was sent to the convict colony in Western Australia for his Fenian activities, only to escape aboard an American whaler, arriving in Philadelphia before ultimately moving on to Boston, where he settled. For fourteen years O'Reilly edited The Pilot, advocated for social..... Read More about Cut Autograph ("John Boyle O'Reilly"
Dublin: Maunsel & Co, 1918. First edition. Printed by George Roberts, Dublin. AUTHOR'S COPY. With author's bookplate on front pastedown. Read More about The Rosses And Other Poems
Dublin: Brother J. Kirkwood, Printer, 1852. Read More about The Orange Melodist. Original Orange Songs, with Occasional Verses, and an Appendix, containing...
[London]: Geoffrey Cumberlege / Oxford University Press, 1954. First edition. Read More about Irish Sagas and Folk-Tales
London: Printed for H. Lintot, 1737. With note at end of preface by A. Pope, in contemporary hand "Vide his Character in another light by/ Ld. Bolingbroke in his letter to St. Wm./ Windham." Read More about Poems on Several Occasions. . . To which is added, the life of Zoilus: and His Remarks on Homer's...
London: Printed for B. Lintot, 1722. First edition. Edited by Pope, with the first printing of his 4 page poetical dedicatory preface. Read More about Poems on Several Occasions
Dublin: Thomas Ewing, 1773. With a two-page poem on the lower free endpaper captioned "Wrote by Dr. Parnell, tho' never printed." The poem consists of eleven quatrains, the first commencing "Pity the sorrows of a poor old man...." Read More about Poems on Several Occasions. . . With the life of Zoilus and his Remarks on Homer's Battle of the...
London: Printed for H. Linton, J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1747. First edition. Read More about Poems on Several Occasions. . .To which is added the Life of Zoilus: and His Remarks on Homer's...
London: Printed for H. Linton, J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1747. Read More about Poems on Several Occasions. . .To which is added the Life of Zoilus: and His Remarks on Homer's...
Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1927. First edition thus, one of 200 copies. Read More about Poems...selected by Lennox Robinson
London: John Crook, 1656. First edition. First edition, in a contemporary binding, of this selection of Saint Patrick's works, edited by the Anglo-Irish historian James Ware (1594-1666). An important text, containing the editiones principes of St. Patrick's 'Confessio' and 'Epistola,' based on the 'Book of Armagh' and the manuscripts from the..... Read More about S. Patricio, qui Hibernos ad fidem Christi convertit, adscripta opuscula: quorum aliqua nunc...
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807. First edition. First edition of Henry Boyd's translation of Petrarch's Trionfi, here titled The Triumphs of Petrarch. Boyd (1748/9–1832) was born into a farming family in Dromore, Co. Antrim and later educated at Trinity College, Dublin. His translation of the entire Divine Comedy..... Read More about The Triumphs of Petrarch: Translated into English Verse, with an Introduction and Notes
London: Chapman and Hall, 1845. Hablot K. Browne. First edition. Read More about St. Patrick's Eve
New York: Published by J. & J. Harper, 82 Cliff-Street, 1831. First American edition. Power was an Irish actor who toured the Northeast and the South during his stay in America, visiting Charleston, Norfolk, Savannah, Augusta, Macon, Mobile, and New Orleans, among other places. Read More about The King's Secret
London: Chatto & Windus, 1906. First edition. Inscribed by John Quinn to His Mother. With John Quinn's bookplate in both volumes. Under the bookplate in the first volume he has inscribed to the book to his mother, "To Mother from John, Sept 11, 1924." An unusual if not sentimental inscription..... Read More about The Poetical Works of. Edited and Annotated by Edwin
n.p: 1897. Original Rackham illustration to Charles Lever's CHARLES O'MALLEY, THE IRISH DRAGOON (London, 1897), facing page 200. Read More about "With one spring he rose, and cleared it at a bound"
London: Printed by Butler & Tanner, n.d. Offprint from the “Year Book of Agricultural Co-Operation”. Read More about George Russell [A. E
London: Leonard Smithers, 1898. First edition. Acerbic words for the London literary establishment from this Irish journalist and author, nationalist, and anti-clerical labor advocate, author of The Plough and the Cross (1910), The Pope's Green Island (1912), etc. Read More about Literary London Its Lights and Comedies
New York: Published by Samuel Wood and Sons, 1823. First American edition. Read More about Memoirs and Letters of Richard and Elizabeth Shackleton, Late of Ballitore, Ireland; Compiled by...
London: Hy. A. Copley, Canning Town, E, 1897. First edition. 2 PAGE MS. OF PREFACE. A 2 page "Preface" in the author's hand is tipped in at the front. It is the preface for his work "Dual Image." Read More about The Fall of Lucifer, and Other Essays and Poems
London: Bertram Rota, 1971. First edition, No. 45 of 350 copies. Printed at the Windhover Press in Romanée & Cancelleresca types in black, red, blue and gray on Umbria paper. Read More about Passion Play. A Dramatic Fragment, 1878. John E. Bringle, Editor
London: Dulau & Co. Ltd, nd (1928). First edition, one of 500 copies. Read More about Some Bibliographical Notes on the Novels of George Bernard Shaw...with some comments by Bernard Shaw
London: Cecil Palmer and Hayward [Twentieth Century Pres Ltd.], n.d. First edition. Read More about Trade Unionism for Clerks. With Introductions by J. R. Clynes and G. Bernard Shaw
New York: Brentano's, 1905. `. FirstAmerican Edition, Unauthorized. Read More about The Author's Apology from Mrs. Warren's Profession. With an Introduction by John Corbin