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IRISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
CONTENTS OF VOL. III. PART I.
CITY AND CITIZENS BEFORE THE UNION, BY J. T. GILBERT, Esq.
M. R. I. A., Nos. V. & VI.
MACKNISH, MOIR, AIRD, AYTOUN, AND ALEXANDER SMITH.
In issuing the present selection from the IRISH QUARTERLY Review,
the Publisher begs to state that the First Series contains that
portion of the Journal, commencing with the second number, and ending with the twelfth; embracing among many other interesting articles, those papers illustrative of " The History of the Streets of Dublin, by J. T. GILBERT, Esq., M.R.I.A.” He has been induced
to make the present selection of the Numbers, in consequence of many persons wishing to avail themselves of the earlier portion of this periodical.
&, Grafton-street, Dublin, 1857.
The Prize Treatise on the Fine Arts Section of
the Great Exhibition of 1851. Submitted to
the Society of Arts in Competition for their Me-
dal. By Henry Weekes, A.R.A. London:
IV.-ENGLISH CONVIVIAL SONG WRITERS :
1. Bibliotheca Madrigaliana.-A Bibliographical
Account of the Musical and Poetical Works
published in England during the Sixteenth and
Seventeenth centuries, under the Titles of Ma-
drigals, Ballets, Ayres, Canzonets. By Edward
F. Rimbault, L.L.D., F.S.A. 8vo. London.
2. A Little Book of Songs and Ballads, gathered
from Ancient Music Books, MS. and Printed.
By Edward F. Rimbault, L.L.D., F.S.A., 8vo.
3. Lyra Urbanica ; or the Social Effusions of the
Celebrated Captain Charles Morris of the Life