The Irish Manuscript Commission has advised that some of its publications are almost out of print and only limited stock remains for purchase.
Take a look at the titles below. If one catches your eye, don’t delay. Once they have gone, you’ll be out of luck.
- Eoin MacNeill: memoir of a revolutionary scholar — Brian Hughes (ed.) Details.
- Letterbook of Richard Hare, Cork merchant, 1771–1772 — James O’Shea (ed.) Details.
- The letters of Katherine Conolly, 1707–1747 — Marie-Louise Jennings & Gabrielle M. Ashford (eds) Details.
- Court of Claims: submissions and evidence, 1663 — Geraldine Tallon (ed.) Details.
- The Convert Rolls — Eileen O’Byrne and Anne Chamney (eds) Details.
- The diary (1689-1719) and accounts (1704-1717) of Élie Bouhéreau — Marie Léoutre, Jane McKee, Jean-Paul Pittion & Amy Prendergast (eds) Details.
|Limited stock shelves at the Irish Manuscripts Commission. When they’re gone, they are gone.|