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NOTES AND QUERIES. [11 s. ix. JAN. 10, i9u.

erecting of this Hospital and endowing the same, for the Education of Young Girles: in which Year he also died."

Then followed the words of the will " I give, &c by the City as aforesaid."*

Sheffield. G ' C ' MoOBE SMITH -

(To be continued.}


<(See 11 S. vii. 483; viii. 124, 173, 213, 335, 403.)


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The Genealogical History of the Family of Butler, Earls of Ormonde, deduced from the Earliest Times, with Pedigrees, Copies of Charters, Seals, and Arms, from the Collection of St. George the Herald. (Seventeenth century.)

Darcy Families of Clonmuue, co. Clare, and Kiltullagh, co. Galway, by the Rev. Darcy Burke, DD., 1752; reprinted in 1796 by Joseph Hill, Abbey Street, Dublin.

IMemoirs of the Family of Grace : being a Genea- logical History of the Family of Grace from their settlement in Ireland in the time of Henry II. to the present time, roy. 8vo. Pri- vately printed, 1823.

Historical Account of the Macdonnels of Antrim, including notices of some other Septs, Irish and Scottish, by Rev. George Hill. Belfast, 1873.

The MacCarthys of Gleannacroim, or a Historical Pedigree of the Sleogh Feidlimedh, by Daniel MacCarthy Glas. Exeter, 1875.

IMolony Family. Published for private circulation, 1887. Compiled by the late J. B. Molony of Ennis. Printed by Chas. Chambers, Dublin.

TheO'Conors of Connaught, by The O'Conor Don. 1891.

The De Verdons of Louth, by Dr. W. H. Grattan Flood, in Journal of the Royal Society of Anti- quaries of Ireland, December, 1899, pp. 417- 419.

The O'Maddens of Silanchia, by Dr. More Madden, Journal of Galway Archaeological and His- torical Society, 1901, vol. i.. No. 3, and 1902, vol. ii., No. 7.

Records of the Various Branches of the Barrys, by Rev. G. Barry. Cork, 1902.

Blake Family Records, by Martin J. Blake, First Series (1300-1600) ; Second Series (1600-1700). Published by Elliot Stock, London, 1902 and 1905.

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De Burgh (William), Progenitor of the Burkes in Ireland, by Martin J. Blake. Reprinted, 1911, from The Galway Archaeological Journal.

The Huntingdon Peerage, comprising a detailed account of the Evidence ana Proceedings con- nected with the recent Restoration of the Earldom, by Henry Nugent Bell, Inner Temple.

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1730-1802. Compiled by Alfred Molony. Goddard of Cork, by R. W. K. Goddard. Van Cruyskercken of Leyden (Holland) and

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Ireland). Compiled by Alfred Molony. Brady of City of Limerick, &c., and of Myshall,

co. Carlow. Compiled by Alfred Molony. Travers of co. Cork. Bor of Dublin and co. Kildare, &e. Cusack of Rosslara and Fortanemore, &c., co. Clare.

Compiled by Alfred Molony (Fourth Series,

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(H. Sirr) ; also Fourth Series, vol. v. p. 149. Bland of Derrenuin. Fourth Series, vol. ii. p. 279

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