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O'Hegarty, P. S.
O'Hegarty, Patrick S.
O'Hegarty, Patrick Sarsfeld
O'Hegarty, Patrick Sarsfield
O'Hegarty, Patrick Sarsfield (Mr.)
P. S. O'Hegarty (Writer and historian)
Manuscript language material
Butt, Isaac (1813-1879)
Church Education Society for Ireland
Corkery, Daniel (1878-1964)
Dublin Oratorical and Literary Institute
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
O'Kelley, Francis J. (d. 1951)
Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland
Richardson, Stephen J.
Royal Irish Academy. Library
Ryan, Desmond (1893-1964))
Thompson, T. Perronet (1783-1869)
Thompson, Thomas Perronet (1783-1869)
Causes of thanksgiving
Devoy's post bag, 1871-1928
history of Ireland under the union, 1801 to 1922, A : with an epilogue carrying the story down to the acceptance in 1927 by de Valera of the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921
history of Ireland under the union 1801 to 1922, with an epilogue carrying the story down to the acceptance in 1927 by de Valéra of the Anglo-Irish treaty of 1921, A
indestructible nation. -, The
John Mitchel; an appreciation, with some account of young Irelend
Lectures on the French Revolution
Letter from P.S. O'Hegarty to Rev. Lambert McKenna
Letter to the Hon. J. Abercrombie, M.P. on the new Irish tithe bill.
Letters and contributions sent to Le Roux for his biography of Thomas Clarke
Letters from Moya Llewelyn Davies to the historian P.S. O'Hegarty
Letters on the state of Ireland
Letters to and from Joseph McGarrity
Letters to Dr. William Maloney from relatives and associates of Roger Casement
Marriage with a deceased wife's sister or niece, considered in reference to the law of God and the interests of society.
Mr. Heman's report on the port of Galway as a packet station, in communication with America. To the Directors of the Midland Great Western Railway
National Board of Education and the Church Education Society for Ireland contrasted. Published with the sanction of the Committee of the Down and Connor and Dromore (Diocesan) Church Education Society, The
On a new instrument, for the measurement of the inclination, and its changes.
On the cottages of agricultural labourers; with economical working plans, and estimates for their improved construction.
On the cyclone of November 19
On the theory of the moon, and on the perturbation of the planets.
ould plaid shawl and other songs, The
Our town; a local sketch: or, a few features cognizable within one hundred miles of Coventry
Partial typescript draft of P.S. O'Hegarty's introduction to Tom Clarke's 'Glimpse's of an Irish Felon's Prison Life'
Persecution of Protestants in the year 1845 : as detailed in a full and correct report of the trial (Gayer versus Byrne) at Tralee, on Thursday, March 20, 1845, for libel on the Rev. Charles Gayer, with preface and appendix.
plan of Church reform., A
Plan of the European Company, for Life Insurances, ... Third edition.
plea for Ireland, A
Political maxims of the Jesuits, The : Popes, and various doctors, of the Roman Catholic Church, carefully collected out of their own writings.
present state of Tipperary, as regards agrarian outrages, their nature, origin, and increase, considered, with suggestions for remedial measures; respectfully submitted to the Right Hon. Lord Eliot, ..., The
Prœlection on the university system of education : delivered to the students in the School of Engineering, Trinity College, Dublin, on the opening of the session of 1849-50
Project for the reclamation of one million acres of waste lands, in Ireland, by colonies of her present surplus and unemployed population, whose labour should, in the first instance, render those lands available for their own support, and finally, in a period of twenty-one years, convert them into ... Crown lands, ...
proposal for an Act to authorize the issue of land debentures in connexion with sales made by the Landed Estates Court: with a copy of the proposed Act., A
Protestant house that Jack built, The
Railways in India
ramble round Trim, amongst its ruins and antiquities., A : With short notices of its celebrated characters, from the earliest period
Reasons for refusing to co-operate with the Board of National Education restated, and addressed to the clergy
Receipts for Munster and Leinster Bank Cheque payments, April 1922 & May 1922, and other receipts (mostly from Eason & Son Limited), including related correspondence from P.S. O'Hegarty and W.T. Cosgrave
recent and interesting correspondence of Theophilus Swift, Esq. with the Rev. Dr. Dobbin, and others of his family, The : to which are subjoined, two additional letters, addressed by Mr. Swift, to the Rev. Thos. Ph. Lefanu, on the subject of that correspondence.
Register of branch secretaries of Irish National Federation
Remarks on the course of classical study, pursued in the University of Dublin; addressed to the candidates for honors.
Remarks on the manner in which tithe should be assessed to the poor's rate, under the existing law, with a protest against the change which will be produced in that law, by a bill introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. Shaw Lefevre.
Remarks on the origin of the experimental method of investigating the theory of the wet bulb hygrometer
Remarks on the speech of Counsellor O'Connell, at the aggregate meeting, in a letter to W***** E******, Esq. To which is added an account of a dialogue between Mr. Mackenzie, Mr. Fitzgerald, and Tullius, concerning the question of union, with a hint to a certain celebrated University
Remarks upon the subject of national education
Rent, profits, and labour. : A lecture delivered before the University of Dublin in Michaelmas term, 1837.
Repeal of the Union : report of the debate in the House of Commons, on Mr. O'Connell's motion : and the proceedings in the House of Lords on Earl Grey's motion for concurring in the address of the Commons : April 1834.
Report of a committee of investigation on the gravels & associated beds of the Curran, at Larne, County Antrim.
Report of the Glasgow Reformatory Institution, Boys' House of Refuge, Duke Street. 1856
Report of the proceedings of the Reformed Presbyterian Synod, in the case of the Covenanting Congregation of Belfast. Extracted from the report of that Synod's Proceedings, ...
Roger Casement Additional Papers
Shall the priesthood of the Church of Rome be endowed in Ireland? A question for the Protestants of this Empire.
short address to the Most Reverend, and Honourable William, Lord Primate of All Ireland; recommendatory of some commutation, or modification of the tythes of that country: with a few remarks on the present state of the Irish Church., A
short memoir of Terence MacSwiney, A
short treatise on the evils of litigation, A : malpractices of attorneys and lawyers, taxation of attorneys' costs, attorneys' apprentices, clerks, &c. With general observations, and an appendix of the professional oaths of attorneys, lawyers, &c. &c.
Sinn Fein, an illumination
Sketch of a speech delivered by John Keogh, Esq. at a meeting of the Catholics of Dublin, held at the Star and Garter, Essex-Street, January 24th, 1807. ...
Slavery in the West Indies
solemn protest against the infamous system of tyranny and misrule, by which one class of men is forced to support the religion of another class of men, in violation of reason, Scripture, and conscience, by the Eastern Reformed Synod, A
Specification of the Royal letters patent for improvements in steam engines, seled March 2, 1844; with introductory remarks, and notes and illustrations.
speech delivered at the official dinner of High Sheriff Tomlinson, in the city of Dublin, ... the 14th of July, 1840., A
Speech of James Whiteside, Esq., Q.C., now Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, in the Court of Queen's Bench in Ireland, in defence of Charles Gavan Duffy, Esq., delivered on the 1st and 2nd of February, 1844, in the case of the Queen v. Daniel O'Connell, and others, on the charge of conspiring to excite discontent and disaffection among Her Majesty's subjects, &c.
Speech of John Finlay, Esq. delivered from the chair of the Historical Society [of Trinity College], at the commencement of the present sessions.
Speech of the Right Honourable Lord Hawkesbury, in the House of Lords, on Friday, the 10th of May, 1805, on the subject of the Catholic Petition
State of Ireland considered, with an enquiry into the history and operation of tithe : and a plan for modifying that system, and providing an adequate maintenance for the Catholic and Presbyterian clergy.
state of the case. Addressed to Lord Grenville, and Lord Howick, The
Statistics of Ireland, from Thom's Irish almanac and official directory, for 1850, with an index
substance of a speech delivered by Lord Viscount Castlereagh, in the House of Commons, July 15, 1811; on the second reading of Earl Stanhope's Bill, The
Substance of the speech of the Right Hon. Robert Peel, in the House of Commons, on Friday, 9th May, on the Right Hon. Henry Grattan's motion, that the House should resolve itself into a Committee, to take into consideration the laws affecting the Roman Catholics of the United Kingdom
Supplement to The case of the Church Education Society of Ireland, argued, in reply to the Appendix of the Rev. Dr. Elrington, with a postscript, containing animadversions on notes of a visit to the Model Schools, by W. Cooke Taylor, ... and a letter to the Lord Lieutenant on national education.
Synopsis of the contents of the British Museum.
Thoughts on the points at issue between the Established Church and the National Board of Education in Ireland
transfer of land considered in relation to the rights of judgment creditors., The : A paper read before the Dublin Statistical Society. On the 10th March, 1850
treatise, in nine sections, on the properties and advantages of a new invented escapement, with reference to all its parts by engraved diagrams. ..., A
treatise on the adaptation of atmospheric pressure to the purposes of locomotion on railways. With two plates., A
trial of Henry Delahay Symonds, for a libel against John Thomas Troy, D.D. Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin; ... before ... Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, July 11th, 1805. Taken in short hand by Mr. Gurney, ... With an appendix, containing testimonials to the conduct and character of Doctor Troy, The
Trim: its ecclesiastical ruins, its castle, etc.; together with a collection of documents not hitherto published, and notes of Trim and its environs for past two centuries
true theory of rent, in opposition to Mr. Ricardo and others. Being an exposition of fallacies in rent, tithes, &c. in the form of a review of Mr. Mill's Elements of political economy. By the author of The catechism on the corn laws. ..., The
Ulster; a brief statement of fact
Valuation of estates, according to the General Valuation of Ireland
Varia lectio in fragmentum operis deperditi, tutante Mundungo adversus Smelfungum
victory of Sinn Féin how it won it and how it used it, The
victory of Sinn Féin, The : how it won it, and how it used it.
view of the most striking beauties and curiosities of the Lake of Killarney, A
voice from Ireland in reply to the Rev. R.W. Sibthorp's pamphlet, styled "Some answer to the inquiry, why are you become a Catholic?", A
voice of freedom., The : A selection from "Irish freedom" 1910-1913.
William Butler Yeats : a catalog of an exhibition from the P. S. O'Hegarty collection in the University of Kansas Library