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History of Limerick

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: P. Fitzgerald & J. McGregor
Year: (1826-27) 2009
ISBN: 9781846301902
Publisher: Archive CD Books Ireland

Originally published in Dublin 1826 and 1827 the two volume "History of Limerick" is a monumental study in every aspect of the county and one that every historian writing on the county still pays heed and respect to. The two volumes taken together contain more than 1,100 pages.

"The History of Limerick" is divided and presented in two separate volumes, the first published in 1826, is simply entitled "The History of Limerick", and its four-hundred or so pages serve as a preliminary or introduction to its companion volume. Over half of the first volume is taken-up by a survey of the history and antiquities of Ireland, ranging from the colonization of the country, down to its literature, poetry, music and natural beauties before the authors turn their attention to the topography and antiquities of county Limerick, which they detail barony by barony. Volume 1 is concluded with a series of statistical tables drawn from the recently published 1821 Census of Ireland.

In VOlume 2, Fitzgerald and McGregor turn their attention solely to the county and city of Limerick. The second volume was published as "The History, Topography, and Antiquities of the County and City of Limerick; with a Preliminary View of the History and Antiquities of Ireland". This two-volume publication is more often than not known collectively by this title, with the second portion paying heed to volume 1.

Volume 2 contains some 700 printed pages and in many respects is the more satisfying historical account. The first half of this volume is given-over to a detailed account of the political and military history of the city and county of Limerick from the earliest times to the first decade of the 19th century. The divide is made-up by a valuable map of the City of Limerick drawn in 1827, which serves as an introduction to the second portion of this volume, which begins with the Civil and Ecclesiastical history of the City of Limerick. This is followed by a fascinating and extremely important 200-page account of the Topography and Antiquities of the City and its immediate environs, which details all of the major buildings and sites of interest to be found in the city. Volume 2 is concluded with seven appendices, which include the complete texts of King John's Charter of the City, the Treaty of Limerick as well as lists of all the mayors, burgesses and Members of Parliament for both county and City.

The two-volume History of Limerick is regarded as one of the most detailed and thorough accounts of the County of Limerick and still widely used and cited by writers and researchers on the county and for these reasons this CD-ROM republication of this classic is not to be missed.

High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD has been bookmarked for easy navigation, and pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Any computer using Adobe (Acrobat) Reader 4 or later
Adobe Reader 6 or later is recommended for CDs with searchable text

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