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CONTENTS
March, 1938

The Beginnings of Municipal Government in Dublin.
R. Dudley Edwards., D. Litt………………………………………………………………2
Vagabonds and Sturdy Beggars. Part I – Poverty, Pigs and Pestilence in
Medieval Dublin.
Thomas King Moylan……………………………………………………………………..11
Dublin’s First Railway. Part I – From Inception to Opening.
Kevin Murray……………………………………………………………………………….19

Notes and Queries
Some Place-names in and around Dublin. Henry Morris, M.A………………………27
The Assembly House, Sth. William Street. P.M. and F.O’K…………………………28

CONTENTS.
September, 1938.

Vagabonds and Sturdy Beggars. Part 111.Dublin’s Debt to the House of Industry
Thomas King Moylan……………………………………………………………………..65-74
Dublin Slang Songs, with Music. Donal O’Sullivan…………………………………….75

Reviews: Author’s Surname given and then the title of the book reviewed
Irish Historical Studies ……………………………………………………………………94
Elines, Engraved Irish Portraits…………………………………………………………..95
Sadleir, Dublin University Magazine……………………………………………………..95

Queries:
Mulhuddart. Alexander L Rorke……………………………………………………………96

CONTENTS
March 1939

The Case for a Dublin Museum. L.S. Gógan……………………………………………..97
Early History of the Grand Canal. Henry Phillips………………………………………108
Hidden and Vanishing Dublin. Part II – Fenian Dublin, 1865-67
P.J. Stephenson…………………………………………………………………………….120
Notes and Queries:
John Roque on Dublin and Dubliners, 1756. F.O’K…………………………………….127

CONTENTS
September 1939
In the Shadow of Christ Church. P.J. McCall……………………………………………….1
Hungry Hamilton, Fellow of Trinity. George A. Little…………………………………….7
The Battle of Rathmines. H.O. Brunskill………………………………………………….18
Statues on Public Buildings in Dublin. Mrs. A.M. Frazer………………………………..30
The Church and Parish of Kilternan. Kevin Nolan………………………………………..38

Editorial Note………………………………………………………………………………….40

CONTENTS
December, 1939

Some Old Street Characters of Dublin. Robert Gahan…………………………………..41
Religious Life in Old Dublin. Rev. Myles V. Ronan………………………………………46
Some Rentals of the Earl of Shelburne’s Estates, 1775-1776.
Thomas Kelly………………………………………………………………………………….55
The Dodder Valley. James Hegarty………………………………………………………..59
In the Shadow of Christ Church. P.J. McCall……………………………………………..73

Obituary:
H. O. Brunskill, I880-1938………………………………………………………………….96

CONTENTS
March, 1940

Dublin Castle in the Seventeenth Century. James L.J. Hughes………………………81
Some Old Street Characters of Dublin – Part. II.
Robert Gahan………………………………………………………………………………..98
Religious Life in Old Dublin – Part II
Rev. Myles V. Ronan……………………………………………………………………….106
In the Shadown of Christ Church – Part III.
P.J. McCall……………………………………………………………………………………112
Proceedings of the Old Dublin Society…………………………………………………..117
Notes and Queries:
Lesser known Documents in the City Muniment Room of Dublin……………………119

CONTENTS
June-August, 1940

The Antiquities and Place Names of South County Dublin.
Liam Price…………………………………………………………………………………….121
The Dublin Family of Jacob. W.J. Jacob………………………………………………….134
Two Memorable Dublin Houses. Rev. John P. Campbell, C.M…………………………141
Proceedings of the Old Dublin Society……………………………………………………156
Notes and Queries
Mulhuddart. Rev. Myles V. Ronan………………………………………………………….158

CONTENTS
September-November, 1940

St. Michan’s Parish in the Eighteenth Century. Canon E.J. Young, M.A., B.D………………………………………………………………….1
Papers of Bryan Bolger, 1792-1834. Alderman Thomas Kelly, T.D……………………..8
Little Rivers of Dublin. Miss Lily M. O’Brennan……………………………………………19
Old Moore’s Almanack. B.P. Bowen, B.L., B. Sc…………………………………………..26
Proceedings of the Old Dublin Society……………………………………………………..38
Notes and Queries…………………………………………………………………………….39

CONTENTS
March-May, 1941

Joseph Damer, A Banker of Old Dublin.
Mrs. A.M. Frazer, L.L.C.M…………………………………………………………………….41
“Mr. Lovitt out of Iorland”.
Rt. Rev. E. Neville Lovett, C.B.E., D.D., Bishop of Salisbury…………………………. 54
Main Street, Dublin. James L. J. Hughes………………………………………………… 67

Notes and Queries…………………………………………………………………………..78

Obituary
Albert A. Le Bas, 1869-1941……………………………………………………………… 80

CONTENTS
June-August, 1941

The Mysterious Origin of Dean Swift. Denis Johnston, B.L……………………………81
Mountjoy Square. F.A. Ashe……………………………………………………………….98
Notes and Queries
Benjamin Disraell. Bernard Shillman…………………………………………………….116
The Domvile Papers………………………………………………………………………..118
Preservation of Historical Documents……………………………………………………119
St. Patrick’s Cathedral. H.T. O’Rourke……………………………………………………120
Editorial Note……………………………………………………………………………….120

CONTENTS
VoL. IV.
1941-1942

Pallace Row

Alderman Thomas Kelly, T.D……………………………………………………………….1
Town Major Henry Charles Sirr
Joseph W. Hammond……………………………………………………………………14, 58
Glimpses of Old Dalkey. F.M. O’Flanagan………………………………………………..41
The Dublin Penny Post, 1773-1840. Dr. J. Stafford Johnson…………………………..81
Norse Dublin. Edmund Curtis, M.A., D.Litt……………………………………………….96
Malachi Horan Remembers. Dr. George Little………………………………………..109, 121
St. Stephen’s Hospital. Rev. Myles V. Ronan, P.P., D. Litt., M.R.I.A……………….141
Pharmacy in Old Dublin. James J. Kerr. M.P.S.I………………………………………..149

Notes and Queries
The Armorials of the City of Dublin. Val Jackson, M.I.C.E.I…………………………….33
The Irish Parliament House. K.M……………………………………………………………38
Francesco Geminiani
Culture Bulletin, Italian Legation……………………………………………………………76
The Site of Isolde’s Tower. K.M……………………………………………………………..79
Waste Paper……………………………………………………………………………………………160
Proceedings of the Old Dublin Society………………………………………………………39
Editorial Note………………………………………………………………………………….160

CONTENTS
Vol. V
1942-1943

The Antient Concert Rooms. Patrick J. Stephenson……………………………………….1
Old Alms Houses of Dublin. Robert Gahan………………………………………………15-40
George’s Quay and Rogerson’s Quay in the Eighteenth Century.
J.W. Hammond…………………………………………………………………………………41
David Digues La Touche, Banker.
Mrs. A. M. Fraser, L.L.C.M……………………………………………………………………55
A Scribe of the Liberties – John McCall.
B. P. Bowen, B.L………………………………………………………………………………81
Charity Children in 18th century Dublin..
Professor Mary Hayden, M.A. D. Litt……………………………………………………….92
The Athomospheric Railway to Dalkey. Kevin Murray………………………………….108
St. Patrick’s Staff and Christ Church.
Rev. Myles V. Ronan, P.P., D. Litt., M.R.I.A……………………………………………..121
Early Dublin Public Lighting. Patrick Meehan…………………………………………….130
Sir Robert Kane. J. J. Kerr, P.C., M.P.S.I………………………………………………….137

Notes and Queries
A Link with Robert Emmet. Dr. George A. Little…………………………………………..69
A Brass Stamp or Seal. Dr. George A. Little……………………………………………….72
The Bridge Oge. Rev. M.V. Ronan., P.P., D. Litt., M.R.I.A……………………………… 73
Tobar Moling and Templeoge.
Rev. M.V. Ronan., P.P., D. Litt., M.R.I.A…………………………………………………….73
A Slaughter House of Nuisance of 1723. Rev. Canon E. J. Young, B.D…………………75
Old Dublin in the London Gazette. Patrick O’Connor…………………………………….147
Townsend Street Chapel.
Rev. M.V. Ronan., P.P., D. Litt., M.R.I.A…………………………………………………..156
Robert Emmet and Michael Dwyer
Rev. M.V. Ronan., P.P., D. Litt., M.R.I.A…………………………………………………..157
Notes on Changes in Old Dublin……………………………………………………………158

CONTENTS
Vol. VI
1942-1943

Christmas in Old Dublin. Miss A. M. P. Smithson…………………………………………..1
A Glimpse at Victorian Dublin. F.J. Little, B.A………………………………………………8
Mr. William Cope’s Petition, 1804. J.W. Hammond……………………………………….25
Dublin and the Four Masters.
B. Mac Giolla Phadraig, M.A……………………………………………………………………41
Old Bells of Dublin. Mrs. A. M. Fraser, L.L.C.M……………………………………………..50
The Medieval Parish of St. Stephen. F.P. Carey…………………………………………… 63
William Penn in Dublin. Miss Eila Buckley……………………………………………………81
Behind the Scenes of the Emmet Insurrection.
J.W. Hammond……………………………………………………………………………………91
Kingsbridge Terminus. Wm. J. Jacob………………………………………………………..107
Thomas Pleasants, 1729-1818. Miss Beatrice Bayley Butler…………………………….121
Dublin Opticians and Instrument Makers. Thos. H. Mason, M.R.I.A……………………133

Notes and Queries
Military precautions in Dublin, 1803. Patrick O’Connor……………………………………..39
Derivation of the Name of Ringsend. F.S. Bourke……………………………………………39
Derivation of the Name of Ringsend. Geo. A. Little…………………………………………62
Mulberry Planting in Dublin. P.J. Cahill, T.C., P.C…………………………………………….62
The Carbery. Professor Edmund Curtis…………………………………………………………73
The Old Tuam Society. Dr. T. B Costello, M.R.I.A……………………………………………74
A Forgotten irish Artist. Geo. A. Little…………………………………………………………75
Debtors in Dublin Prisons, 1730-1. Patrick O’Connor……………………………………75, 157
John Burke’s Recollections. Miss K. Hart……………………………………………………..150
Notes on Some Recent papers. J.W. Hammond……………………………………………..153

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