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Manuscripts

Dublin City Library and Archive

C2/A1: Manuscript minute books of the Dublin Corporation Municipal Council, volumes 14 through 26.

PHC/MINS: Manuscript minute books of the Dublin Corporation, ‘Committee No. 2’ and later ‘Public Health Committee’, volumes 2 through 10.

Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Manuscript minute books and ephemera, uncatalogued.

Guinness Brewery

GDB/DB02/0101: Ledger book, Forwarding Department.

Irish Traditional Music Archive (online)

18123-BS: ‘Dublin Jack of All Trades’, traditional ballad, nineteenth century, Lesley Shephard Collection.

National Archives of Ireland

Criminal Index, volume for 1867 to 1870.

CSPS/3/037: Petty Sessions Order Books.

National Gallery of Ireland

Walter Osborne papers: photographs of Dublin, three sketchbooks including drawings of animals.

National Library of Ireland

ETC 118: View of the Post Office and Nelson’s Pillar, Samuel Brocas, c. 1820.

L CAB 04760: Photograph of trams in Sackville Street from the Lawrence Photographic Collection.

L ROY 08910: Photograph of the Dublin Cattle Market, Lawrence Photographic Collection.

MS 256: ‘On the hog and horse’, folio 55–6, n.d., c. 1840s.

MS 5159: Collection of broadside ballads. (88), ‘A new song on the saucy dogs of Ireland’.

MS 7588: Thomas Larcom papers. Misc. newscuttings including those relating to the dog tax bill.

MS 7748: Thomas Larcom papers, newscuttings relating to cattle plague.

MS 11241: Mayo Papers, correspondence with Lord Naas (Richard Bourke, Chief Secretary of Ireland, later Earl of Mayo), on matters related to cattle plague.

MS 21017: John Hutton and Sons, ‘Estimate of a new chariot for ___ Baker Esq’, 17 May 1822.

MS 23573: Lodge Park Stock Book.

MS 32633/1: Anonymous diary of a young man in Dublin, c. 1836–37.

MS 32633/2: Anonymous diary of a young woman in Dublin, c. 1836–37.

NPA TRAM134: Photograph of trams in front of Trinity College Dublin.

PD 2125 TX 2: Brocas collection, drawing inscribed ‘Contrast the poor man’s pig’, by J. H. Brocas.

PD 3086 TX: Collection of prints, ‘Sketches of Irish Character, from life, by Capt Robert Williams’, London.

PD 3086 TX 5 (8): Print entitled ‘Crinoline in Dublin’/Phoenix Park c. 1850, Hanton & Conway.

Royal College of Physicians of Ireland

ACC/2013/6, Thomas Fitzpatrick Cartoons.

TF/2 Cartoon 219, In Loving Memory of Bull Alley.

TF/3 Cartoon 222, Registered Dairy.

TF/4 Cartoon 264, Highest Death Rates in Europe.

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Horsham, England

Manuscript minute books of the RSPCA Council, volumes 1 to 5.

Photostat copies of letters to the Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Printed reports of the RSPCA.

Trinity College Dublin

MS 5176–84: Philip Crampton Papers, Letters from Philip Crampton to John Crampton.

MS 10608/2: Royal Zoological Society of Ireland, rough minutes 1830 to 1840.

MS 10608/9: Royal Zoological Society of Ireland, transaction books.

MS 10608/24/1: Royal Zoological Society of Ireland, ephemera collection.

MS 10609/16/1: Royal Zoological Society of Ireland, weekly returns book.

MS 10800: Diary of James Christopher Kenny.

Periodicals

British Medical Journal

Dublin Builder

Dublin Literary Journal and Select Family Visitor

Dublin Medical Press

Dublin Mercantile Advertiser

Dublin Penny Journal

Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science

Dublin University Magazine

Duffy’s Hibernian Magazine

Freeman’s Journal

The Graphic

Irish Builder

Irish Farmer’s Gazette

Illustrated London News

Irish Monthly

The Irish Naturalist

Irish Penny Journal

The Irish Sportsman

Irish Times

Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland

The Nation

Paddy Kelly’s Budget

The Penny Satirist

Salmagundi

Saunder’s Newsletter

Zoz

Other printed primary sources

Anonymous or corporate authors

Anon., A native, Recollections of Dublin Castle & of Dublin Society (London: Chatto & Windus, 1902).

Anon., A veterinarian, The Cattle Keeper’s Guide; or, Complete Directory for the Choice Management of Cattle, Including Horses, Oxen, Cows, Calves, Sheep, Lambs, Hogs &c. With a Description of the Symptoms and Most Approved Methods of Curing Every Disorder They are Subject to (London: Joseph and W. H. Bailey, n.d.).

Anon. [Francis M. Jennings], The Present and Future of Ireland as the Cattle Farm of England and Her Probable Population (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1865).

A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Dublin and the Wicklow Tours (London: Ward, Lock and Co., Ltd, c. 1900, 7th edn).

Bye-laws Made Under the Public Health (Ireland) Act 1878 (Dublin: Corporation of Dublin, 1881).

[Central Relief Committee],Transactions of the Central Relief Committee of the Society of Friends During the Famine in Ireland in 1846 and 1847 (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1852).

Dignam’s Dublin Guide with a Handy Map of the City Laid Down for a Stay of One or Four Days (Dublin: Eason and Son, 1891).

Dublin Almanac and General Register of Ireland for the Year of Our Lord 1843 (Dublin: Pettigrew and Oulton, 1843).

[Dublin Corporation], ‘Corporation of Dublin. Public Health Committee. Annual Return of Sanitary [Dublin Corporation], Operations for the year ending March 31st, 1874’, Reports and Printed Documents of the Corporation of Dublin … 1874 (Dublin: Joseph Pollard, 1875).

[Dublin Corporation], Reports and Printed Documents of the Corporation of Dublin … 1875, (Dublin: Joseph Pollard, 1875).

[Dublin Corporation], ‘Corporation of Dublin Public Health Committee’, Reports and Printed Documents of the Corporation of Dublin … 1875 (Dublin: Joseph Pollard, 1876).

[Dublin Corporation], Reports and Printed Documents of the Corporation of Dublin … 1880, (Dublin: Joseph Pollard, 1880).

[Dublin Corporation], ‘Report by the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on excessive mortality’, reprinted in Minutes of the Municipal Council of the City of Dublin, from the 1st January to 31st December 1881 (Dublin: Corporation of Dublin, 1882).

[Dublin Corporation], Report of the Superintendent of Cleansing (Dublin: Corporation of Dublin, 1882, vol. 2), no. 104, 103.

[Dublin Corporation], Minutes of the Municipal Council of the City of Dublin … 1883 (Dublin: Corporation of Dublin, 1884).

[Dublin Corporation], Report of the Superintendent of Cleansing on the Condition of the Back Streets and Lanes of the City, Caused by the Deposit of Refuse Upon Them, 22 Feb 1884 (Dublin: Corporation of Dublin, 1884).

[Dublin Corporation], Report of the Paving and Lighting Committee on Reference of Municipal Council of 3rd March, 1884, re Dublin, Swords, and Coolock Tramway, Cnclr Dennehy Jp, Chairman (Dublin: Joseph Dollard, 1884).

[Dublin Corporation], Report of the Public Health Committee RE Nuisance Arising from the Discharge of Sewage into the River Liffey (Dublin: Corporation of Dublin, 1884), no. 151, 404.

[Dublin Sanatory Association], Report of the Transactions of the Dublin Sanatory [sic] Association, from the 4th June, 1848 to 30th April, 1849 (Dublin: James McGlashan, 1849).

[Dublin Sanatory Association], Public Health Bill for Ireland: Report of the Dublin Sanatory [sic] Association on the Public Health Bill, and on the Nuisance Removal and Disease Prevention Act (Dublin: James McGlashan, 1850).

[Dublin Sanitary Association], Report of the Working Committee of the Dublin Sanitary Association to the General Meeting, held June 11th, 1873 (Dublin: J. Atkinson & Co., 1873).

The Dublin Songster (Glasgow: John S. Marr, n.d., c. 1846).

Dublin United Tramways Time & Fare Tables (November 1886).

Eaton’s Pocket Railway Guide and Diary (November 1884).

Eaton’s Pocket Railway Guide and Diary (March 1887).

[General Relief Committee], Report and Proceedings of the General Relief Committee of the Royal Exchange from the 3rd of May to the 3rd of September, 1849 (Dublin: G. O’Shea, 1849).

Instruction Book for Supernumeraries, Kevin-Street Depot (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1870).

The Irish Comic Song Book (Dublin: J. Harding, n.d.).

[Mendicity Association], Twenty-ninth Annual Report of the Managing Committee of the Association for the Suppression of Mendicity in Dublin: For the Year 1846 (Dublin: printed for the Mendicity Association, by Shea and Co., 1847).

[Royal Dublin Society], Classification of Black Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Horses, Poultry, Farm Implements, etc. etc. Entered for Competition at the Cattle Shew [sic] to be Held on the Premises of the Royal Dublin Society on Tuesday, the 6th, Wednesday, the 7th, and Thursday, the 8th April, 1847 (Dublin: M.H. Gill, 1847).

[Royal Dublin Society], Classification of Black Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Horses, Poultry, Farm Implements, etc. etc. Entered for Competition at the Cattle Shew [sic] to be Held on the Premises of the Royal Dublin Society on Tuesday, the 17th, Wednesday, the 18th, and Thursday, the 19th April, 1849 (Dublin: M.H. Gill, 1849).

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 11th Annual Report, with the Proceedings of the Annual General Meeting (London: The Philanthropic Society, 1837).

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Thom’s Irish Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1865 (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1865).

Thom’s Irish Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1875 (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1875).

Thom’s Irish Almanac and Official Directory, with the Post Office Dublin City and County Directory, for the Year 1853 (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1853).

Thom’s Irish Almanac and Official Directory, with the Post Office Dublin City and County Directory, for the Year 1855 (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1855).

Thom’s Irish Almanac and Official Directory, with the Post Office Dublin City and County Directory, for the Year 1863 (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1863).

The Zoological Society of Dublin, List of Members &c. (Dublin: Joshua Porter, 1837).

Individual authors

Aldridge, John, The Present State of Vegetable Physiology (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1848).

Aldridge, John, Review of the Sanitary Condition of Dublin (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1847).

Andrews, C. S., Dublin Made Me (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2001).

Antisell, Thomas, Suggestions Towards the Improvement of the Sanatory [sic] Condition of the Metropolis (Dublin: James McGlashan, 1847).

Barnard, A., The Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland (London: Sir Joseph Causton and Sons, 1889).

Barrington, William L., Tramways in Dublin: A Letter Address to the Citizens (Dublin: Richard D. Webb and Son, 1871).

Bradburne, S. Tudor, City of Dublin Election, July 15th, 1865. Candidates: John Vance Esq., D. L.; Benjamin Lee Guinness, Esq. D. L., L. L. D.; and Jonathan Pim, Esq. List of Electors for the Year 1865, Distinguishing the Names of Those Who Exercised their Franchise at the Above Election, and Showing for Whom they Voted (Dublin: J. Atkinson, 1865).

Butt, Isaac, Zoology and Civilization (Dublin: James McGlashan, 1847).Irish Life: In the Castle, the Courts, and the Country (London: How and Parsons, 3 vols, 1840), vol. 1.

Butt, Isaac Irish Life: In the Castle, the Courts, and the Country (London: How and Parsons, 3 vols, 1840), vol. 1.

Byrne, Patrick, An Evening in the Green Hills; Or the Complaint of the Dogs on Taxation (Dublin: J. F. Fowler, 1869).

Cahill, Michael, Remarks on the Present State of the Cattle Market of Dublin, with Suggestions for the Improvement of Smithfield, and the Erection of a General Abattoir and Carcase Market. With a Map &c. (Dublin: Hodges, Smith & Co., 1861).

Cameron, Charles, How the Poor Live (Dublin: J. Falconer, 1904).

Cameron, Charles Annual Report of the Medical Officer of Health for the Dublin Corporation … 1871.

Carleton, William, Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, Second Series (Dublin: William F. Wakeman, 1833), vol. 1.

Carlyle, Thomas, Reminiscences of My Irish Journey in 1849 (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882).

Chadwick, Edwin, Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain (Contained within Report to Her Majesty’s Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department from the Poor Law Commissioners, on an Inquiry into the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain, with Appendices [London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1842]).

Coyne, J. Stirling (drawings by W. H. Bartlett), The Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland (London: Mercury Books, 2003 [original publication 1842]).

Cunningham, D. J., The Origin and Early History of the Royal Zoological Society of Ireland (Dublin: The Council of the Society, 1901).

Elly, Sandham, Potatoes, Pigs, and Politics: The Curse of Ireland the Cause of England’s Embarrassments (London: Kent and Richards, 1848).

Foot, Arthur Wynne, Guide to the Royal Zoological Gardens, Phoenix Park (Dublin, n.d. [1865], 2nd edn).

Gibson, William, Rambles in Europe in 1839: With Sketches of Prominent Surgeons, Physicians, Medical Schools, Hospitals, Literary Personages, Scenery &c. (Philadelphia, PA: Lea and Blanchard, 1841).

Hall, Fanny W., Rambles in Europe; Or a Tour Through France, Italy, Switzerland, Great Britain and Ireland in 1836 (New York: E. French, 1839, 2 vols), vol. 2.

Hamilton, William Tighe, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Animals in the Collections of the Zoological Society of Dublin (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1833).

Hancock, William Nielson, Report on the Importation of Cattle into Ireland: in the Year Ended 16 August 1865 (Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1865).

Hardy, Philip Dixon, A Visit to the Zoological Gardens, Phoenix Park, Dublin (Dublin: P. D. Hardy, 1838).

Haughton, Samuel, Memoir of James Haughton with Extracts from his Private and Published Letters by His Son Samuel Haughton (Dublin: E. Ponsonby, 1877).

Hogan, William, The Dependence of National Wealth on the Social and Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Classes: On the Necessity for Model Lodging Houses in Dublin and the Advantages They Would Confer on the Community (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1849).

Inglis, Henry D., A Journey Throughout Ireland: During the Spring, Summer and Autumn of 1834 (London: Whittaker & Co., 1835).

Lane, Charles Henry, Dog Shows and Doggy-People (London: Hutchinson, 1902).

Maberly, Mrs, The Present State of Ireland and its Remedy (London: James Ridgway, 1847).

Mapother, Edward Dillon, The Body and its Health: A Book for Primary Schools (Dublin: Falconer, 1870).

Milburn, Matthew, The Cow: Dairy Husbandry and Cattle Breeding (London: W. S. Orr, 1851).

Moore, C. F., The Sanitary Condition of Dublin Dairy Yards (Dublin: Falconer, 1886).

Moore, George, A Drama in Muslin: A Realistic Novel (London: Vizetelly & Co., 1886).

O’Brien, Peter and Georgina O’Brien, The Reminiscences of the Right Hon. Lord O’Brien (of Kilfenora): Lord Chief Justice of Ireland (New York: Longmans, 1916).

O’Donoghue, Mrs Nannie Power, Riding for Ladies: With Hints on the Stable (London: W. Thacker & Co., 1887).

O’Donoghue, Mrs Nannie Power, Ladies on Horseback: Learning, Park-riding, and Hunting, with Hints Upon Costume and Numerous Anecdotes (London: W. H. Allen & Co., 1881).

O’Donoghue, Mrs Nannie Power, Riding for Ladies: With Hints on the Stable (London: W. Thacker & Co., 1887).

Pim, Frederic, A Sketch of Sanitary Progress in Dublin: Being an Address Delivered at the Annual General Meeting of the Dublin Sanitary Association, 12 March 1891 (Dublin: R. D. Webb & Son, 1891).

Porter, Frank Thorpe, Twenty-Years Recollections of an Irish Police Magistrate (Dublin: Hodges, Foster, and Figgis, 1880).

Rice, Ignatious, Notes on the Law of Public Health in Dublin (Dublin: Public Health Committee of the Corporation of Dublin, 1900).

Richardson, H. D., The Pig (Dublin: James McGlashan, 1852).

Richardson, H. D. Horses, Their Varieties, Breeding and Management in Health and Disease (Dublin: James McGlashan, 1848).

Saint-Thomas, H., Paddy’s Dream and John Bull’s Nightmare: Notes During a ‘Passionate Pilgrimage’ Through the Sister Country (trans. Emile Hatzfield) (London: G. Vickers, c. 1888).

Scharff, Robert, ‘On the breeds of dog peculiar to Ireland and their origin (Conclusion)’, Irish Naturalist, 33:9 (1924), 89–95.

Sidney, Samuel, The Pig (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1897).

Stoddart, Rev. George H., The True Cure for Ireland, the Development of Her Industry; Being a Letter Addressed to the Rt. Hon. Lord John Russell, MP &c&c&c (London: Trelawney W. Saunders, 1847).

Tallerman, Daniel J., ‘Railway Abattoirs’ and Other Papers Relating to Meat Distribution (Dublin: Browne and Nolan, 1891).

Thacker, W. Ridley [pseud. Edwin Hamilton], Ballymuckbeg: A Tale of Eighty Years Hence (Dublin: William McGee, 1884).

Urwick, William, Life and Letters of William Urwick, D.D. of Dublin, Edited by his Son (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1870).

Vanston, George T. B., The Law of Public Health in Ireland: Being the Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1878, and Amending Acts, and Other Statutes Affecting Sanitary Authorities (Dublin: E. Ponsonby, 1892).

West, Mrs Frederick, A Summer Visit to Ireland in 1846 (London: Richard Bentley, 1847).

Whately, Richard, On Instinct: A Lecture (Dublin: James M’Glashan, 1847).

Whittock, Nathaniel, A Picturesque Guide Through Dublin (London: J. Cornish, 1846).

Government publications

Agricultural statistics

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1847. Part II. Stock [1000] HC 1847–1848, lvii, 109.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1848 [1116] HC 1849, xlix, 1.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1849 [1245], HC 1850, li, 39.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1850 [1404], HC 1851, l, 1.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1855 [2174] HC 1857, xv, 81.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1860 [2997] HC 1862, lx, 137.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1865 [3929] HC 1867, lxxi, 435.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1870 [C 463] HC 1872, lxiii, 299.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1871 [C 762] HC 1873, lxix, 375.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1875 [C 1568] HC 1876, lxxviii, 413.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1880 [C 2932] HC 1881, xciii, 685.

Returns of Agricultural Produce in Ireland, in the Year 1891 [C 6777] HC 1892, lxxxviii, 285.

Census

Census of Ireland for the Year 1851. Part I. Showing the Area, Population, and Number of Houses, by Townlands and Electoral Divisions. County and City of Dublin [1553] HC 1852–3, xli, 25.

Census Ireland for the Year 1861. Part IV. Reports and Tables Relating to the Religious Professions, Occupations and Ages of the People. Vol. 1 [C 3204] HC 1863, lix, 1.

Census of Ireland for the Year 1871. Part I., Area, Population and Number of Houses; Occupations, Religion and Education. Volume I. Province of Leinster [C 662] HC 1872, lxvii, 1.

Census of Ireland, 1891. Part 1. Area, houses, and population: also the ages, civil or conjugal condition, occupations, birthplaces, religion and education of the people. Vol. I. Province of Leinster [C 6515] HC 1890–1, xcv, 1.

Census of Ireland for the Year 1901. Accessed via www.census.nationalarchives.ie. (accessed 20 May 2020).

Dog licences

Dogs registration (Ireland). Copy of the regulations made by the Lord Lieutenant or the Treasury as to the appropriation in aid of the local county or borough cess of the sums received under the act 28 Vict. c. 50, for the registration of dogs in Ireland; and, return of the gross amount so received, and number of dogs registered in each petty sessional division during the year 1866. HC 1867–1868 (499) lv, 757.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1868. HC 1868–1869 (350), l, 665.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1869. HC 1870 (363), lvi, 757.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1870. HC 1871 (358), lvi, 807.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1871. HC 1872 (347), xlvii, 769.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1872. HC 1873 (262), lvi, 311.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1873. HC 1874 (296), lvi, 873.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1874. HC 1875 (347), lxiv, 41.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1875. HC 1876 (314), lxiii, 415.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1876. HC 1877 (278), lxxii, 391.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1877. HC 1877 (246), lxv, 151.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1878. HC 1878–1879 (228), lxi, 181.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1879. HC 1880 (199), lxii, 203.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1880. HC 1881 (231), lxxix, 103.

Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865. Accounts of Receipts and Expenditure Under the Dogs Regulation (Ireland) Act 1865, For the Year Ending 31st December 1896. HC 1897 (249), lxxvi, 781.

Police statistics

Number of persons taken into custody by the Dublin Metropolitan Police, and the results (1838–1840) bound with Statistical tables of the Dublin Metropolitan Police (1841–1918). Printed by Alexander Thom for HMSO and found in a single volume in the National Library of Ireland.

Reports of commissions and committees (in chronological order)

Second Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Consider and Recommend a General System of Railways for Ireland, [145], HC 1837–1838, xxxv, 449.

Twenty-eighth Report of the Inspectors-General on the General State of the Prisons of Ireland, 1849. With Appendices, HC 1850 [1229], xxix, 305.

Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords, appointed to inquire into the best mode of obtaining accurate agricultural statistics from all parts of the United Kingdom; and to report thereon to the House; together with the minutes of evidence, appendix and index (501) HC 1854–55.

Report of the Select Committee on Trade in Animals; together with the proceedings of the committee (427) HC 1866.

Royal Commission on Railways in Ireland. Evidence and Papers Relating to Railways in Ireland [3607], HC 1866, lxiii, 279.

Report on the Transit of Animals from Ireland to Ports in Great Britain with an Appendix [C 2097] HC 1878.

Municipal Boundaries Commission (Ireland) Part I. Evidence with Appendices. Dublin, Rathmines, Pembroke, Kilmainham, Drumcondra, Clontarf, and also Kingstown, Blackrock, and Dalkey [C 2725] HC 1880, xxx, 327.

Report of the Royal Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Sewerage and Drainage of the City of Dublin and Other Matters Connected Therewith, Together with Minutes of Evidence, Appendix, Index &c. [C 2605] HC 1880, xxx, 1.

Report of the departmental committee appointed to inquire into pleuro-pneumonia and tuberculosis in the United Kingdom Part I. Report [C 5461] HC 1888, xxxii, 267, 295.

Report of the departmental committee appointed to inquire into pleuro-pneumonia and tuberculosis in the United Kingdom Part II. Minutes of Evidence and Appendix [C 5461-I] HC 1888.

Report by the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Horse Breeding Industry in Ireland [C 8651] HC 1898, xxxiii, 261.

Report of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the administrative procedures for controlling danger to man through the use as food of the meat and milk of tuberculous animals, Part II. Minutes of Evidence and Appendices [C 8831] HC 1898, xlix, 365.

Report of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the administrative procedures for controlling danger to man through the use as food of the meat and milk of tuberculous animals, Part I. Report [C 8824] HC 1898, xlix, 333.

Report of the Committee Appointed for the Local Government Board for Ireland to inquire into the Public Health of the City of Dublin and Minutes of Evidence [Cd 243] HC 1900, xxxix, 681, 707.

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