[Notes on stone carvings in County Meath.]


[Notes on stone carvings in County Meath.]

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[Two watercolour paintings, one of the exterior of 'The Abbey of Bective' (Co. Meath) and one of the 'Arches of y Cloisters' / by Gabriel Beranger.]


[Two watercolour paintings, one of the exterior of 'The Abbey of Bective' (Co. Meath) and one of the 'Arches of y Cloisters' / by Gabriel Beranger.]

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[Typed list of plates relating to the Kells Crozier.]


[Typed list of plates relating to the Kells Crozier.]

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[Two watercolour paintings of 'Carrick Castle' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger and Thomas Penrose, respectively.]


[Two watercolour paintings of 'Carrick Castle' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger and Thomas Penrose, respectively.]

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[Two watercolour paintings of 'Dunmow [Dunmoe] Castle' (Co. Meath) / by Thomas Roberts and Charles Vallancey, respectively.]


[Two watercolour paintings of 'Dunmow [Dunmoe] Castle' (Co. Meath) / by Thomas Roberts and Charles Vallancey, respectively.]

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[Two watercolour paintings of 'St. Peter's Abbey [Newtown Abbey] at Newtown near Trim' (Co. Meath) / by Thomas Roberts.]


[Two watercolour paintings of 'St. Peter's Abbey [Newtown Abbey] at Newtown near Trim' (Co. Meath) / by Thomas Roberts.]

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[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'The Castle of Athsigh [Asigh]' (Co. Meath) / by Charles Vallancey, and one of 'Dunshaghlin [Dunshaughlin] Church' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger.]


[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'The Castle of Athsigh [Asigh]' (Co. Meath) / by Charles Vallancey, and one of 'Dunshaghlin [Dunshaughlin] Church' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger.]

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Rathmore and its Traditions. / By M. E.M.


Rathmore and its Traditions. / By M. E.M.

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[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'Athlumny [Athlumney] Castle' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger, and one of 'Ardmulkan Church & Tumulus' (Co. Meath) / by Charles Vallancey.]


[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'Athlumny [Athlumney] Castle' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger, and one of 'Ardmulkan Church & Tumulus' (Co. Meath) / by Charles Vallancey.]

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[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'King John's Castle' (Trim, Co. Meath), and one of 'The Yellow Steeple' (Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Trim, Co. Meath) / by Charles Vallancey.]


[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'King John's Castle' (Trim, Co. Meath), and one of 'The Yellow Steeple' (Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Trim, Co. Meath) / by Charles Vallancey.]

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[Two watercolour paintings, one of the 'Church & Tower at Donoghmore [Donaghmore]' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger, and one of 'The Door of the Tower' / by Charles Vallancey.]


[Two watercolour paintings, one of the 'Church & Tower at Donoghmore [Donaghmore]' (Co. Meath) / by Gabriel Beranger, and one of 'The Door of the Tower' / by Charles Vallancey.]

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Ordnance Survey of Ireland Index to the Map of the Town of Navan County Meath


Ordnance Survey of Ireland Index to the Map of the Town of Navan County Meath

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[Watercolour painting of 'Clegland [Killegland] Castle' (Co. Meath) / by William Burton.]


[Watercolour painting of 'Clegland [Killegland] Castle' (Co. Meath) / by William Burton.]

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Interior of Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath which was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Interior of Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath which was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Interior of Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath which was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Interior of Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath which was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'The Church of Clonard' (Co. Meath) / by Thomas Ashworth, and one of a 'Window & Baptismal Font', [also by Thomas Ashworth ?].]


[Two watercolour paintings, one of 'The Church of Clonard' (Co. Meath) / by Thomas Ashworth, and one of a 'Window & Baptismal Font', [also by Thomas Ashworth ?].]

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Restoration of Gibbstown House


Interior of Gibbstown House (or Gibstown House), Co. Meath which was originally constructed by James Henry for Thomas Gerrard in 1871. The original architect was William Henry Lynn. Restoration works by G. & T. Crampton took place in 1912-1914. The architect for these works was James Franklin Fuller. The building no longer exists.

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[Response from Pádraig Mac Sochagháin, Cluain na Saileach, Potal Riabhach, Lios Dubh, Co. Meath.]


[Response from Pádraig Mac Sochagháin, Cluain na Saileach, Potal Riabhach, Lios Dubh, Co. Meath.]

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