‎MINISTÈRE des TRAVAUX PUBLICS.‎
‎ [DUBLIN] Dublin.‎

‎Paris, Auto. Marchadier et Cie, 1884. 290 x 651 mm.‎

Reference : LBW-5475


‎Beau plan du port de Dublin en Irlande, lithographié en deux tons, issu de l'Atlas des Ports étrangers, et dressé à la Direction des Cartes et Plans du Ministère des Travaux Publics. Bel exemplaire.‎

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‎COLLECTIF‎

Reference : R110311785

(1916)

‎LE PAYS DE FRANCE N° 82 - La semaine militaire du 27 avril au 4 mai, La bataille de Verdun, L'attaque et le repos, L'Allemagne n'a plus de colonies - Le Togoland, Verdun sous les obus, Arras toujours bombardé, Les troubles de Dublin, Dublin après l'émeute‎

‎LE MATIN. 11 MAI 1916. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 17 pages. Nombreuses photographies en noir et blanc dans et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 940.3-Première Guerre mondiale 1914-1918‎


‎Sommaire : La semaine militaire du 27 avril au 4 mai, La bataille de Verdun, L'attaque et le repos, L'Allemagne n'a plus de colonies - Le Togoland, Verdun sous les obus, Arras toujours bombardé, Les troubles de Dublin, Dublin après l'émeute, L'armée britannique sur notre front Classification Dewey : 940.3-Première Guerre mondiale 1914-1918‎

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‎Pollard, Mary‎

Reference : 004502

(2000)

ISBN : 0948170115

‎A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800‎

‎London Bibliographical Society 2000 8vo (25 cm), xlvii, 675 pp. Publisher's cloth. This dictionary attempts in nearly 2,200 entries to cover all workers in the various branches of the Dublin book trade until the Act of Union in 1800. All grades of workers from apprentice to master, and paper makers, engravers, hawkers and other peripheral traders are considered, as well as the all-important printers and booksellers. Entries naturally vary from one or two lines to one or two pages in length. The aim is to illustrate the working life of each subject by reference to contemporary sources such as records of the stationer's Guild, state papers, imprints, newspaper advertisements, customers' accounts, etc, with documentation for each statement made. Entries will thus give practical clues to dating undated books, as well as provide a basis for further research into individual traders' work and the Dublin trade as a whole. Some account of the history and organization of the Dublin Guild of St Luke (cutlers, painter-stainers, and stationers) appears as introduction. ‎


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‎Le Fanu J.S. ‎

Reference : 18738

ISBN : 2752904835

‎Les mystères de Morley Court Une chronique de la vieilles citée de Dublin‎

‎ Libretto, 2008 - In-12° fort de 467 pages. Très propre. ‎


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‎HOWARD VINCENT, C.E., HOLMES, R.W.A., STARKIE, Rolbert F., ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY‎

Reference : 2006

(1902)

‎Dublin Metropolitan Police. Report of the Committee of Inquiry 1901, bound in with Evidence taken before the Committee of Inquiry 1901. ‎

‎Dublin: His Majesty's Stationary Office, by Alexander Thom & Co. 1902‎


‎A fascinating piece of history concerning the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC). Report and recommendations from the committee on a claim by the Dublin Metropolitan Police to be placed upon the same footing as regards pay, allowances, &c. as the London Metropolitan Police. Contains extensive comparative information and lists showing differences between the two forces in relation to salaries, allowances, pensions, &c.‎

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‎ROYAL ENGINEERS IN DUBLIN (EDIT.).‎

Reference : 56853

(1845)

‎Aide=Mémoire to the military Sciences. Framed from the Contributions of Officers of the different Services and edited by a Committee of the Corps of Royal Engineers in Dublin. 1845-46. Vol. I (In 2 parts). ( ABBATIS - FORD).‎

‎London, John Weale, 1845-46. Royal8vo. 2 original printed boards. Spines with orig. printed titlelabels. Spines with tears and wear. IV,546 pp., numerouus woodcuts in the text and more than 150 engraved plates.‎


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