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Dublin University, Trinity College Library: 1995 Accessions

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  • Henry Ussher (d1790), astronomer: letter to M Taylor 1787 (9308/550)
  • Theobald Taaffe (d1677), Earl of Carlingford: copy of an agreement between The Earl of Carlingford, Sir Chichester Wrey of Cornwall and Sir Thomas Clifford of Devon and Sir Richard Kyrle, of Drumeneene, Co Cork and Joseph Deane of the city of Dublin 1665 (9932/82)
  • Pike Theatre, Dublin: records c1953-62 (10813)
  • Foyle and Bann Fisheries Ltd and the Honorable the Irish Society v the Attorney General (of Ireland) and others, High Court of Justice (Dublin, Ireland) 1945: papers rel to the case (10814-17)
  • Cathal Ó Sįndair (b1922), writer, civil servant: papers incl designs by the publishers (in printed form) for covers of his books, a xerox copy of his Leabhar na Laethe (an almanac for each day of the year in Irish (10818-19)
  • Lt Col Charles Howard Bury: papers incl diaries and accounts of his experiences as a prisoner of war in Germany 1916-17 (10821-4)
  • Buondelmonte family of Florence: letters 1449-72 in Italian (10836)
  • Sir John Poley (dc1638), colonel: several texts rel to his conduct under the Earl of Essex and Lord Mountjoy, written 30 years afterwards (10837)
  • William Red: Liber pręsedentium (sic) extractorum ex libris pręstantissimis legis Anglię &c 1698-1702 (10838)
  • Cerard Victory (1921-1995), composer and broadcaster: letters, payslips, notebooks and papers (10839)
  • Alfred Fannin: letters to his brother Edward Fannin, serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps in Malta 1916 (10841)
  • Frank Edmund Stephens: glass negatives 1920s-30s (10842)
  • George MacBeth (1932-1993), poet and novelist: papers rel to his time in Ireland incl photographs, childhood diaries and memorabilia (10843-4)
  • Petr Skrabanek (d1993), lecturer in epidemiology: files rel to literature on disease and its treatment (10847)
  • Michael Campbell (1924-1984), son of 2nd baron Glenavy: personal papers and papers rel to the Campbell/Glenavy family, incl three scrapbooks of photographs, newspapers, letters and drawings compiled by Beatrice Campbell, Lady Glenavy(10849)
  • William Raws, rifleman: diary 1914-16 (10853)
  • William Skinner (1700-1780), first director of engineers in Britain, and Thomas Eyre: A report of the present state of the fortifications in Ireland with the repairs and alterations proposd 1756 (10854)
  • Corrubio, Romagna, Italy: rental of town lands 14th cent (10855)
  • Mervyn Wall (b1908), writer and novelist: papers (10856)
  • Frances Feehan, music critic, wife of Mervyn Wall: papers (10857)
  • Anon: The state of Ireland in 1845 described in letters from an Englishman (10859)
 
 
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