From A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837
|DUBLIN, COUNTY OF||Dublin Baronies, Boroughs and Towns||Dublin Topography||Dublin Agriculture||Dublin Geology|
|Dublin Manufactures and Fisheries||Dublin Rivers, Canals and Roads||Dublin Antiquities||DUBLIN, CITY OF||Danish Invasion of Dublin|
|Norman Invasion of Dublin||Edward Bruce in Dublin||Dublin in the 15th Century||Dublin in the 16th Century||Dublin in the 17th Century|
|Dublin in the 18th Century||Dublin in the early 19th Century||Description of the City of Dublin||Dublin Bridges||Dublin Trade and Commerce|
|Dublin Public Buildings||Dublin Banks||Dublin General Post Office||Dublin Literature and Science||Dublin Libraries|
|Dublin Medical Institutions||Dublin Insitutions of the Fine Arts||Dublin Theatres, Clubs and Musical Societies||Dublin Municipal Government||Dublin Mansion House|
|Dublin Courts and Prisons||Dublin Vice-Regal Government||Dublin Military Barracks||Dublin Courts of Justice||Dublin Inns of Court|
|SEE OF DUBLIN||Ecclesiastical Province of Dublin||Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough||Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin||St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin|
|Trinity College, Dublin||Buildings of Trinity College, Dublin||DUBLIN PARISHES||St. Andrew's Parish, Dublin||St. Anne's Parish, Dublin|
|St. Audeon's Parish, Dublin||St. Bridget's Parish, Dublin||St. Catherine's Parish, Dublin||St. George's Parish, Dublin||Grangegorman Parish, Dublin|
|St. James's Parish, Dublin||St. John's Parish, Dublin||St. Luke's Parish, Dublin||St. Mark's Parish, Dublin||St. Mary's Parish, Dublin|
|St. Michael's Parish, Dublin||St. Michan's Parish, Dublin||St. Nicholas Within Parish, Dublin||St. Nicholas Without Parish, Dublin||St. Paul's Parish, Dublin|
|St. Peter's Parish, Dublin||St. Thomas's Parish, Dublin||St. Werburgh's Parish, Dublin||Roman Catholic Parishes of Dublin||St. Mary's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin|
|St. Michan's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||St. Paul's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||St. Audeon's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin|
|St. James's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||St. Michael's and St. John's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||St. Nicholas's Roman Catholic Parish, Dublin||Protestant Dissenters in Dublin||Free Schools in Dublin|
|Dublin Hospitals||Dublin Lunatic Asylums||Dublin Benevolent Institutions||Dublin Orphans and Destitute Children||Dublin Insitutions for the Aged and Infirm|
|Dublin Female Penitentiaries||Dublin Paupers||Eminent Dublin People|
In Popular Rhymes and Sayings of Ireland (first published in 1924) John J. Marshall examines the origin of a variety of rhymes and sayings that were at one time in vogue around different parts of the country, including those which he recalled from his own childhood in County Tyrone. Numerous riddles, games and charms are recounted, as well as the traditions of the ‘Wren Boys’ and Christmas Rhymers. Other chapters describe the war cries of prominent Irish septs and the names by which Ireland has been personified in literature over the centuries.
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