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National Library of Ireland: 1999 Accessions

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  • Bernard family of Castle Hackett, County Galway: papers c1840-1946
  • Blennerhassett family of Tralee, County Kerry: estate rental 1840-42
  • Briscoe family of near Thomastown, County Kilkenny: estate papers
  • Fitzgerald family, Earls of Kildare and Dukes of Leinster: family papers c1760-1860
  • Gannon family of Laragh House, Maynooth, County Kildare: papers
  • Hamilton family of Hamwood, County Meath: family papers incl business and family corresp 1785-1945
  • Tighe family of Rossana, County Wicklow: estate maps 1724-1824
  • Rev Myles Edmund Athy: diary of voyage to Australia 1855-56
  • Hubert Butler, writer and market gardener: papers incl diary 1913-18
  • Thomas Carr, Archbishop of Melbourne: diary of voyage from Galway to Australia 1899
  • Bishop Doyle of Kildare and Leighlin: letters to the Carmelite community, Ranelagh, Dublin 1823-24
  • William Robert Fitzgerald, 2nd Duke of Leinster (1749-1804): political corresp
  • Douglas Hyde, President of Ireland: holograph manuscript of Mise agus an Connradh 1931
  • Murrough O'Brien, 6th Baron Inchiquin: letter to Prince Rupert 1648
  • William Smith O'Brien (1803-1864), Irish nationalist: papers incl poems, writings in the Irish language, travel journals, political essays and corresp
  • Daniel O'Connell, politician: letter to Joseph Soul rel to slavery 1840
  • Liam O'Flaherty (1896-1984), novelist: autograph manuscript of short story 'The Wild Goat's Kid'
  • Patrick Henry Pearse, poet and Irish nationalist: corresp with his family during his visit to the United States 1914
  • William Butler Yeats, poet and playwright: letter to Lady Gregory rel to the banning of Liam O'Flaherty's novel The Puritan 1932
  • Air Raids Precautions Service, Mount Merrion, County Dublin: records 1941-43