14 March 2009

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1608 Bible of the Hamilton Family, Brownhall, Ballintra, Donegal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1102

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: 

  • Dimensions: 20 by 15cm., 8 by 6in.
  • Provenance: Inscribed "Hamilton", origin County Donegal
  • The Bible Translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke and conferred with the best Translations in diverse languages. With most profitable Annotations upon all the hard places and other things of great importance, Printed in London by Robert Barker.

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17th Century Jansen The Province of Ulster map  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1103

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €300


1641. The History of The Rebellion and Civil Wars in England by Edward Earl of Clarendon, Dublin 1719, John Hyde and Robert Owen, 3 Vols.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1104

Published Estimate: €1500-2000

Price Realised: 


After Jan Wyck: 1690 William Prince of Orange crossing the Boyne  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1105

Published Estimate: €1000-1500

Price Realised: 


1690. Williamite Wars. James II Gunmoney Half Crown  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1106

Published Estimate: €80-120

Price Realised: €200


[1690] King William III. A seal for an Orange Lodge Grand Master, made from wood of the ship that carried the Prince of Orange to England  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1107

Published Estimate: €800-1000

Price Realised: €750

  • Medium: wood, silver and brass
  • Dimensions: 8 by 2cm., 3 by 0.75in.
  • Provenance: Hamilton family, Brownhall; from whom acquired by the present owner
  • A silver plaque at the top of the handle reads "Part of the Betsy Cains which under the name of Princess Mary brought William of Glorious Memory to England Nov. 4th 1688 wrecked near Tynemouth, Feby. 18th 1827. A rare and attractive item.

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18th Century Irish Crucifix, from Borrisoleigh  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1108

Published Estimate: €800-1200

Price Realised: €800

  • Medium: carved from a single piece of wood
  • Steps added at a later date and altered with a piece of metal inscribed INRI at top and IHS, and an arrow with "177.." (possibly a date). Scarce item.

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1700-1701 The Report of The Committees Appointed by Parliament to Enquire into the Irish Forfeitures and Dr. Burridges's commentary on The King's right to grant forfeitures  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1109

Published Estimate: €250-350

Price Realised: 

  • Medium: Printed wrappers, 54pp and 63pp.
  • Dimensions: 18 by 15cm., 7 by 6in.
  • Investigation into the forfeitures of lands and herds and houses in Ireland under King William III. Also with this lot The State of Protestants under the Late King James' Government, by Dr. King, first printed 1691, this edition 1745.

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King George II signature on part document  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1110

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €40


PORTRAIT OF ALEXANDER MACAULEY, MP FOR DUBLIN UNIVERSITY, MP FOR THOMASTOWN 1761
PORTRAIT OF ALEXANDER MACAULEY, MP FOR DUBLIN UNIVERSITY, MP FOR THOMASTOWN 1761
Irish school 18th Century 

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1111

Published Estimate: €1500-2000

Price Realised: 


c. 1776. An American Revolutionary War poem by an Irish soldier serving with the British Forces  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1112

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €470

  • Medium: manuscript
  • Dimensions: 33 by 22cm., 13 by 8.5in.
  • With calligraphic presentation dated March 1786 on reverse. The poem is thought to date from 1776 or earlier. "O fair you well sweet island I never shall see you more...Our King he doth away, to fight the sons of Liberty in the North America". Obviously his heart was not with the King: "The French, the Dutch and the Spanyards the[y] could no crueller be, Nor use our Irish herows with more Barbaritty...". A rare Revolutionary war piece

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COMMODORE JOHN BARRY
COMMODORE JOHN BARRY
After Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828)

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1113

Published Estimate: €1500-2000

Price Realised: €1400

  • Signature: signed with initials `M.H.B.' lower right; inscribed lower centre
  • Medium: pastel on artist's board
  • Dimensions: 38 by 30cm., 15 by 11.7 5in.
  • Provenance: R.J. Barry, New York Life Building, la Salle, Philadelphia; Private collection, Ireland
  • John Barry was born in Tacumshane, Co. Wexford, in 1745, and emigrated to the American colonies as a young man. Employed initially by a shipbuilding firm in Philadelphia, by the age of 21 he had gone to sea as captain of the ship Barbadoes. In 1775 he volunteered to help overthrow the British. As captain of the Lexington and later the Raleigh and the Alliance he supported Washington's ground forces bringing food and ammunition, capturing several British naval ships in the process. In 1783 he fought and won the final naval battle of the American Revolution off the coast of Cape Canaveral. He died in Philadelphia in 1803. The present work is a pastel based on Gilbert Stuart's oil portrait of 1801.

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1785 Shipping Manifest from Beamish & Crawford, Cork  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1114

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €190

  • Medium: recess printed and manuscript
  • Dimensions: 13 by 24cm., 5 by 9.5in.
  • The first dated 17 Aug. 1785: “Shipped by the Grace of God in good order and condition by Wm. Crawford in and upon the good ship called The Thomas, Master under God for this present voyage Saml. Seldon, now riding at Anchor in the Harbour of Cork and by God’s Grace bound for London .. four hundred & ten barrels of Oats….. And so God send the good Ship to the desired Port in safety. Amen. Dated & signed by the Master Saml. Seldon.” With a second dated 16 July 1786, shipped by Beamish Crawford & Bealong, “good ship Anne, Master Dan Blair, bound for Dublin, sixty-nine casks of Potash, freight Thirteen Shillings pr Tun,” dated & signed. Attractive documents, each with an engraved vignette of a three-masted ship at anchor. William Crawford senior, one of the original ‘merchant princes’ of Cork, came to the city from Co. Down. In 1792 he formed a partnership with William Beamish to take over an old brewery, which the two families ran successfully for almost two centuries. The present documents suggest that they were already in partnership as general merchants by 1786

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1789. Henry Grattan's signature on a bill for twenty three pounds thirteen shillings  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1115

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €190


1793 Henry Grattan signature on a bill for sixty pounds  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1116

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €190


1813 (16 February). Henry Grattan handwritten letter  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1117

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €260

  • Medium: manuscript, 1 p, framed with reproduction images
  • Dimensions: 23 by 18cm., 9 by 7in.
  • "I am sorry it will be impossible to postpone the question...". Mention of Mr. Wyvill's letter, which together with others were trying to persuade Grattan to postpone an event, possibly in motion in Parliament.

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18th/19th Century Scrapbook with 1796 letter by Castlereagh about forming Volunteer Corps of Militia, 1834 letter from Duke of Wellington, 1839 letter signed by Daniel O'Connell etc.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1118

Published Estimate: €1000-1500

Price Realised: €1000

  • Also includes 1832 letter from Royal Institution Edinburgh, 1897 letter by Charles Beresford, various MPs' signatures on "Free" fronts, engravings including coloured one of Daniel O'Connell, etc. (19 items).

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1797. A Journal of the Movement of the French Fleet in Bantry Bay...comprised from notes taken on the spot by Edward Morgan  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1119

Published Estimate: €3000-4000

Price Realised: €2400

  • Medium: letterpress by M.Harris, Cork, 64pp. Rebound in calf
  • Dimensions: 19 by 11cm., 7.5 by 4.5in.
  • Provenance: The Russell Institution; Eamonn de Burca; Private collection
  • Housed in an attractive cloth and quarter calf gilt box. Extremely rare and graphic eye witness account of the attempted French landings in Bantry Bay, in superb condition.

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1798. Impartial Relations of the Military Operations which took place in Ireland in consequence of the Landing of a Body of French Troops under General Humbert in August 1798  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1120

Published Estimate: €5000-7000

Price Realised: 

  • Medium: letterpress for J. Milliken, Dublin 1799, 69pp rebound in calf
  • Provenance: Eamon de Burca; Private collection
  • "By an officer who served in the corps, under the command of his Excellency Marquis Cornwallis". A very detailed eyewitness account including map, table and diagram. Extremely rare and in superb condition. Housed in an attractive cloth and calf gilt box. Also with this book: 1799. Observations on a pamphlet lately published by an officer entitled "Impartial Relation of The Military Operations which took place in Ireland in August 1798". Letterpress for T. Stewart, Military Stationer, Dublin 1795, 14pp.

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19th Century Donegal Militia badges and related items  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1121

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €900

  • Medium: brass, gilt and white metal, various sizes
  • Private collection, Co. Donegal. Includes a bimetal helmet badge, a woven shield, a white metal Prince of Wales feathers heavy badge (from a cart or case) and a polished brass door knocker with the same insignia. Also in this lot a bimetal grenade helmet badge, a Donegal Gaol button, Hamilton (Brownhall) livery button, Wellington medal, and some other medals and coins

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Circa 1798, Ireland, Orange Order, superb handmade two-sided badge, signed by James Brush, (famed maker of the 1798 Collooney Militia medal).  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1122

Published Estimate: €1500-2000

Price Realised: 

  • Medium: silver and silver-gilt
  • Dimensions: 9 by 7cm., 3.5 by 2.75in.
  • Provenance: By descent to a family in Limerick; Private collection
  • Armed equestrian figure of William III, within a wreath of oak, the plinth below inscribed Jas.Brush Junr Dubn.Fecit. The reverse the same but with just 474 inscribed on plinth. A substantial piece, 87 x 68 mm with a suspension loop in the form of a tied ribbon. Extremely rare: no other example traced. (Orange Lodge No.474 was a private Dublin lodge between 1798 and 1823, when it moved to Ballymena.). James Brush, 7 St. Andrew’s Street, Silversmith & Medallist. In the late 18th C. James Brush specialized in the elaborate Lodge ‘jewels’& medals presented to Lodge Officers and Masters. His elaborate 1802 card says “Masonic Jewellers to the Grand Lodge of Ireland”, as well as “Medals for Farming and other Societies done with Taste”. (Brush was also listed as a seal-engraver and as a Madeira wine merchant!). From the foundation of the Orange Institution in 1795 to the early part of the twentieth century Dublin City and County was an important Protestant and Orange centre in Ireland. Dublin was the political capital of Ireland until the Act of Union in 1801, which closed the Irish Parliament and united it with Westminster. However Dublin remained the administrative capital of Ireland until partition in 1921. The first Grand Lodge of Ireland meeting was held in Dublin, at the House of Thomas Verner of Dawson Street Esq. Grand Master of the Counties of Londonderry, Tyrone and Fermanagh. The Dawson Street home was the town house of James Verner M.P. (A Member of the Irish Parliament), and father of Thomas Verner J.P. A Plaque in the footpath, erected by Dublin Corporation, now marks the place where the Verner house once stood

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1811-1909 History of Carrickfergus by Samuel M'Skimin. Three editions: 1811, 1829 and 1909  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1123

Published Estimate: €600-800

Price Realised: 

  • Medium: original bindings, 203pp, 405pp (plus 1833 20pp) and 537pp.
  • A scarce set of the definitive history of the town. The 1909 edition is with additional notes by Elizabeth M'Crum.

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A History of Belfast by George Benn, London, 1877.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1124

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €150


Historical Memoirs of the City Armagh for a Period of 1377 years by James Stuart, Newry 1819  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1125

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €150


A Narrative of What Passed At Killala in the county of Mayo...during The French Invasion In The Summer of 1789 By an Eye-Witness  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1126

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €200

  • Medium: marbled boards, quarter calf, 182pp bound with others
  • Reprinted London for J. Wright and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly, 1800. Bound with three other booklets on Scottish affairs, 1800-1804.

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Kilrea, Co. Derry- A History by Brian Mac Giolla Phadraig, and other mansuscripts, also story of The Presbyterian Church at Kilrea by J. Clark, MRIA, 1897  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1127

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €160


18th/19th Century "Patriotic" Green Stockings worn by Cunningham Ladies, Donegal  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1128

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: 

  • Provenance: Cunningham family, Manor Cunningham and Newton Cunningham, Co. Donegal; Private collection
  • The Cunninghams were wealthy mill and land owners but were supporters of the rebels and the green stockings worn by women of the family to show their support were much talked about.

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1793-1794. Lottery Tickets - three different.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1129

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €120

  • Medium: Recess printed
  • Dimensions: 8 by 15cm., 3 by 6in.
  • 1793 and 1794 Irish State Lottery signed Hazard Burne, and 1794 signed John Carroll, all for "one sixteenth share of the produce of such beneficial change as shall by drawn against the TICKET.."Lotteries were a well-established part of 18th-century life when, in 1780, the Irish government initiated the first state-controlled lottery to raise much-needed revenue. Inspired by its English counterpart, the lottery was well publicised; the draw, which took several weeks to complete, distributed a substantial prize fund in both large and small prizes. The moderately priced tickets and the century's fascination with gambling encouraged all levels of society to participate. Interest, at fever pitch during the draw, was stimulated and sustained throughout by the newspapers and the resourcefulness of ticket sellers whose ingenious schemes bolstered ticket sales. The lottery's usefulness as a money-raising device ensured its survival for twenty-one years. A plethora of regulations, designed to suppress criminal activity, failed to eradicate fraud although the integrity of the lottery itself was never questioned. The lottery ended with the Union, after 1801 Ireland's financial concerns were decided in London. See: The Irish Lottery, 1780-1801 by Rowena Dudley. Dublin; Four Courts Press, 2005 (3 items)

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1801 and 1803 Irish Lottery Tickets  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1130

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €200

  • Medium: recess printed
  • Dimensions: 9 by 19cm., 3.5 by 7.5in.
  • 1801 issued by "The Old Licenced Lottery office, No. 37 Dame Street, Dublin and Cork", a half share, signed Rob Webb. 1803 issued by "Jones's Licenced Lottery office, 26 College Green, corner of Grafton Street" a sixteenth share, signed Wm. Jones.

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Robert Emmet, 19th Century Irish School portrait  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1131

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €300


1813 Tuam Bank Three Pounds note  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1132

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €200


1816 Asylum for Aged Servants, Dublin, 1826 Standing Rules and Orders of the Common Council of the City of Dublin, and two other booklets  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1133

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €220

  • Medium: letterpress 12pp to 68pp.
  • Also A plea for the Education of the Working Classes, 68pp., Dublin 1855, and Rules and List of Members, Kildare Street Club, Dublin 1885. (4 items)

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1817. Plan of Dublin  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1134

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €360


1830-1890 Collection of Irish tokens, tickets, cheques, receipts, banknotes, etc.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1135

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €380

  • A very attractive and interesting assembly with several unusual types from all over Ireland, including early 19th century Ration Tickets, Mayfield Factory Tokens, Royal Theatre 1848 Pantomime, Banknote, 1827 Receipt for paving, cleansing and lighting, et

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1834. Duke of Wellington signature on "Free" front of letter to Sir John Conroy  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1136

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €100

  • Medium: ms with reproduction print, framed
  • Dimensions: 9 by 17cm., 3.5 by 6.8in.
  • Arthur Wellesley was born in Dublin, in a family resident in Ireland for several generations, and was rewarded for his brilliance as a military leader and his defeat of Napoleon with a dukedom. He was Chief Secretary for Ireland 1807-09, when he concerned himself mainly with issues of defence. As Prime Minister 1828-30 his principal achievement was to persuade King George IV to allow Catholic Emancipation, since he feared that otherwise there would be civil war in Ireland. He did not regard himself as Irish, having famously remarked on being reminded of his birthplace “being born in a stable doesn’t make one a horse”. Nevertheless the burghers of Dublin erected a considerable monument in his honour in the Phoenix Park and several streets and placenames in Dublin and elsewhere in Ireland still bear his name.

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Circa 1830 Haire Forster Family: A miniature oval portrait  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1137

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: 


1830's-1930's. Lands and buildings at Monkstown, Co. Dublin, including Royal Terrace - a range of documents  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1138

Published Estimate: €200-300

Price Realised: €140

  • Medium: manuscript and typescript, various sizes
  • Deeds and indentures relating to land on which Royal Terrace (Dun Laoghaire) was built, and especially relating to numbers 7 and 8.

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1832. Cholera in Ireland. Rare Prayer Sheets during "The Continuance of that Grievous Disease"  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1139

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €440

  • Medium: letterpress 4pp (2) by George and John Grierson, Dublin
  • Dimensions: 21 by 17cm., 8.25 by 6.75in.
  • Provenance: Ballygarth Castle, Julianstown; Private collection
  • Two prayer booklets, the first beseeching God to remove the disease and the second in thanksgiving for the passing of the outbreak. Superb typography by the Griersons.

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1837-1901. Great Seal of the United Kingdom in green wax for Irish documents.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1140

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: 


[1838] Father Mathew Administering The Total Abstinence Pledge. Commemorative dish  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1141

Published Estimate: €300-400

Price Realised: €280


1838. Father Mathew Commemorative Jug  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1142

Published Estimate: €200-400

Price Realised: €190

  • Medium: Earthenware, handpainted with transferred image
  • Dimensions: 12 cm., 4.8 in. high
  • Painted in yellow and copper with transfer of Fr. Mathew and followers in purple on two sides. Scarce and attractive.

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1825 (7 May). Catholic Emancipation Campaign. Letter from Dr. Daniel Murray, Archbishop of Dublin, to John Prest, Liverpool  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1143

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €80

  • Medium: manuscript, 1p
  • Dimensions: 23 by 18cm., 9 by 7.2in.
  • Dr. Murray declines with regret an invitation to a public dinner to be given to the Irish Delegation by the Catholic Association of Liverpool. Written from Blake's Hotel, London where the Archbishop was a member of the delegation to Westminster.

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1813 (1 March). Entire letter from Daniel O'Connell to Connell O'Connell  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1144

Published Estimate: €300-400

Price Realised: €440


1839. Daniel O'Connell written and signed pass to the public gallery at the House of Commons  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1145

Published Estimate: €800-1000

Price Realised: €500

  • Medium: manuscript
  • Dimensions: 5 by 10cm., 2 by 4in.
  • Also with this lot an engraving of O'Connell. At this time O’Connell was Member of Parliament for Dublin City (1837-1841)

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1845 (2 June) Admittance pass for the Conciliation Hall, written and signed by Daniel O'Connell MP to The Gallery Keeper  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1146

Published Estimate: €300-500

Price Realised: €400

  • Medium: manuscript, framed with reproduction image.
  • Dimensions: 8 by 15cm., 3 by 6in.
  • The Conciliation Hall was the home of O'Connell's Repeal Association. Situated on Burgh Quay, Dublin it later became a theatre, known firstly as the Lyric and later as the Tivoli. In the 1920s it became the offices of The Irish Press.

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1841 "Daniel O'Connell M.P Lord Mayor, Assembly Rooms 24th November 1841" in his hand  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1147

Published Estimate: €500-700

Price Realised: €440

  • Medium: manuscript on embossed decorated card
  • Dimensions: 9 by 14cm., 3.5 by 5.5in.
  • With a photograph of O'Connell. In 1841 O’Connell represented Dublin City in parliament and was inaugurated as the first Catholic Lord Mayor of Dublin since the seventeenth century on November 1 1841

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1845 (3 January). Daniel O'Connell handwritten letter to D.R Pigot QCMP  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1148

Published Estimate: €200-400

Price Realised: €950


1828 Daniel O'Connell signature on front of letter in his hand  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1149

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €110


1835 Daniel O'Connell signature on "Free" front of letter  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1150

Published Estimate: €150-200

Price Realised: €260


1847. Elegio Funebre di Daniello O'Connell membro del Parlamanto Britannico. Funeral elegy for Daniel O'Connell by P.D. Gioacchino Ventura.  

Auction Date / Lot No.: 14 March 2009 / 1151

Published Estimate: €100-200

Price Realised: €220

  • Medium: printed wrappers, 144pp.
  • Dimensions: 18 by 11cm., 7 by 4.5in.
  • Gioacchino Ventura di Raulica (1792-1861) was a distinguished priest, orator, philosopher, patriot and writer. This oration glorifies the union of religion and liberty. A former Jesuit he joined the Theatines when the Society of Jesus was suppressed in his native Sicily, and was later made Superior-General of that order.

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