iis.xi.MAH.fi, i9i5.j NOTES AND QUERIES.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HISTORIES OF
IRISH COUNTIES AND TOWNS.
(See ante, p. 103.)
PART II. C.
CAMOLIX. Parish History of Camolin. By Rev. Charles
CARLIXGFORD. Legendary Stories of the Carlingford Lough
District. By Michael George Crawford.
CARLOW. Co. Carlow, in The Beauties of Ireland, being
Original Delineations, Topographical, Historical,
and Biographical, of each County.' By J. N.
Brewer. London, 1826. Carlow : History and Antiquities of the County
of Carlow. By John Ryan. Map, 8vo, cloth.
CARRICKFERGUS. History of Carrickfergus. By Samuel McSkhn-
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Episcopal and Capitular Seals of the Irish Cathe- dral Churches. By R. Caulfield. Illustrated.
Part I. Cashel and Emly. 8vo, sewed. Cork,
1853. Cashel of the Kings, being a History of the City
of Cashel. By John D. White. 4to, sewed.
1863. Ancient Irish Architecture, a Monograph of
Cormac's Chapel, Cashel. By Arthur Hill.
15 plates, folio, boards. 1874. Registers of Provost Winter (T.C.D.), and of the
Liberties of Cashel, 1654-7. Parish Register
Society, Dublin, 1907. The Rocks and Ruins of Cashel. By J. B. Cullen.
Catholic Truth Society, Dublin.
CASTLEDERMOT. The High Crosses of Castledermot and Durrow,
with drawings (17 in. by 12 in.) on each side of
the three Crosses. 12 plates, folio, sewed.
R.I. Academy, Dublin, 1898. Notes on the History of Castledermot. By Rev.
W. F. Vandeleur, M.A. 8vo, 16 pp., illustrated.
CASTLETOWXROCHE. Castletownroche : Historical and Topographical
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Doneraile, Mallow, and Places in their Vicinity.
By Col. James Grove White. 2 vols., royal
8vo, cloth. Cork, 1905-11. CAVAN. Statistical Survey of County Cavan. By Sir
Charles Coote. Map and illustrations, 8vo,
boards. Dublin Society, 1802. Sketches of the Highlands of Cavan and of Shirley
Castle in Farney, taken during the Irish Famine.
Post 8vo, cloth. Belfast, 1856.
CELBRIDGE. Celbridge Abbey : its History and Traditions.
By Sir John Robert O'Connell, LL.D. (contains
many valuable data relating to Jonathan Swift
and Berkeley). Illustrated. Cahill & Co., 40,
Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin. Celbridge : some Notes on its Past History. By
Rev. Charles I. Graham. Dublin.
CLAXDEBOYE. The Hamilton MSS., containing some Account of
the Settlement of the Territories of the Upper
Clandeboye, Great Ardes, and Dufferin in the
County of Down. By Sir James Hamilton.
Printed from the original MSS. Edited by
T. K. Lowry. Small 4to, cloth. Belfast, 1867^
CLARE. Statistical Survey of County Clare. By Hely
Dutton. Map, 8vo, half calf. Dublin Society,
1808. History and Topography of the County of Clare
to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century.
By James Frost. Maps and illustrations, 8vo.
cloth. Dublin, 1893. History of Clare and the Dalcassian Clans of
Tipperary, Limerick, and Galway. By Dean
White. 'Dublin, 1893. County of Clare : Irish Local Names Explained.
By James Frost. 12mo, cloth. Limerick,.
CLOGHRAX (Co. DUBLIN). History and Description of Santry and Cloghran*
Parishes, Co. Dublin. By Rev. B. W. Adams*
D.D. London, 1833.
History of Clonfert. By Cooke. CLOXMACXOISE. Records relating to the Dioceses of Ardagh andl
Clonmacnoise. By Canon Monahan. Map>.
8vo, cloth. 1886. Chapter in ' The Midland Septs and the Pale.'
By Rev. F. R. Montgomery Hitchcock, M.A.
Crown 8vo, cloth. Dublin, 1908. The Memorial Slabs of Clonmacnoise, King's
County, with an Appendix on the Materials
for a History of the Monastery. By R. A. S_
Macalister. Illustrated, royal 8vo, clotlu
CLOXMEL. Clonmel and the Surrounding Country, including
Abbeys, Castles, &c. By W. D. Hemphill, M.D..
4to, cloth. 1860. My Clonmel Scrap-Book. By James White.
Waterford, 1907. History of Clonmel. By Rev. Wm. P. Burke.
Illustrated, small 4to. Waterford, 1907.
CLOXMIXES. Historv of Waterford, Vol. II. By P. H. Hore.
CLOYXE. Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne,
and Ross, taken from Diocesan and Parish,
Registries, MSS. in the Principal Libraries, and
from Private and Family Papers. By W..
Maziere Brady. 3 v6ls., 8vo, cloth. Dublin,,
History and Antiquities of the Southern Islands of Aran : Religion, Pagan Monuments, Druidic Rites. By J. T. O'Flaherty. 4to, sewed. 1824.
A Tour in Connaught. Sketches of Clonmacnoise, Joyce Country, and Achill. By Rev. Caesar Otway. Woodcuts, 12mo, cloth. Dublin, 1839.
Description of West or H-Iar-Connacht. By Roderic O'Flaherty. Written 1684. Edited by James Hardiman. 1845.
Sketches of the Irish Highlands, Descriptive,. Social, and Religious. By Rev. H. MacManus.. Crown 8vo, cloth. 1863.