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LIST OF FELLOWS AND MEMBEES

WITH

LIST OF OFFICERS
FOR THE YEAR 1904,

AND

GENERAL RULES OF THE SOCIETY.

THE

ROYAL SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF IRELAND.

This Society, instituted to preserve, examine, and illustrate all Ancient Monuments of the History, Language, Arts, Manners, and Customs of the past, as connected with Ireland, was founded as The Kilkenny Archaeological Society in 1849. Her late Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, on December 27th, 1869, was graciously pleased to order that it be called The Royal Historical And Archaeological Association Of Ireland, and was further pleased to sanction the adoption of the title of The Royal Society Of Antiquaries Of Ireland on 25th March, 1890.

The Society holds four General Meetings in each year, in Dublin and in the several Provinces of Ireland, when Papers on Historical and Archaeological subjects are read, Fellows and Members elected, Objects of Antiquity exhibited, and Excursions made to places of Antiquarian interest. The Council meets monthly, at 6, St. Stephen's-green, Dublin. Evening Meetings of the Society are also held monthly in Dublin during the Winter. Honorary Provincial and Local Secretaries are appointed, whose duty it is to inform the Hon. Secretary of all Antiquarian Remains discovered in their Districts, to investigate Local History and Traditions, and to give notice of any injury inflicted on Monuments of Antiquity, and Ancient Memorials of the Dead.

The Publications of the Society comprise the Journal and the "Extra Volume " Series. The "Antiquarian Handbook" Series was commenced in 1895, of which five sets have been published.

The Journal, now issued Quarterly, from the year 1849 to 1904, inclusive, forming thirty-four Volumes (royal 8vo), with more than 2000 Illustrations, contains a great mass of information on the History and Antiquities of Ireland.

The following Volumes are now out of print:—First Series, Vols. I. (1849-51) and III. (1854-55); New Series, Vols. I. (1856-57) and III. (1860-61); Fourth Series, Vols. IV. (1876-78), VIII. (1887-88), and IX. (1889). Of the remaining Volumes, those for 1870-1885 can be supplied to Members at the average rate of 10s. each. Odd Parts, included in some of the Volumes out of print, can be supplied at an average of 8*. each. Part I. of the Fifth Series (1890) is out of print; the other Parts of this, the present Series, can be had for 3s. each.

The Extra Volumes are supplied to all Fellows, on the roll at date of issue, free, and may be obtained by Members, at the prices fixed by the Council.

The Extra Volume Series consists of the following Works :—

1853.—" Vita S. Kannechi, a codice in bibliotheca Burgundiana extante Bruxellis transcripta, et cum codice in bibliotheca Marsiana Dublinii adservato collata." Edited by the Most Hon. John, second Marquis of Ormonde. 100 copies presented by him to the Members of the Society. (Out of print.)

1855 and 1858.—Parte I. and II. of " Social State of S.E. Counties" as below.

1865-7.—" Observations in a'Voyage through the Kingdom of Ireland: being a collection of several Monuments, Inscriptions, Draughts of Towns, Castles, &c. By Thomas Dineley (or Dingley), Gent., in the Year 1681." From the original MS. in the possession of Sir T. E. Winnington, Bart., Stanford Court. Profusely illustrated by fac-simile engravings of the original drawings of Castles, Churches, Abbeys, Monuments, &c. Price of issue, £1 10*. {Out of print.)

1868-9.—" Social State of the Southern and Eastern Counties of Ireland in the Sixteenth Century: being the Presentments of the Gentlemen, Commonalty, and Citizens of Carlow, Cork, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford, and Wexford, made in the Reigns of Henry VIII. and Elizabeth." From the originals in the Public Record Office, London. Edited by Herbert F. Hore and Rev. James Graves, M.k.i.a. Price of issue, £1. {Out of print.)

1870-8.—"Christian Inscriptions in the Irish Language." From the earliest known to the end of the twelfth century. Chiefly collected and drawn by George Petrie, Esq. With Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive Letterpress. Illustrated by 107 plates and numerous woodcuts. Edited, with an Introductory Essay, by M. 8tokes; revised by the Rev. William Reeves, D.d. 8 Parte in 2 Vols. Price of issue, £i. Price to Members, 10*., for Parts I., II., III., IV., VI., and VII.

1888-9.—" Rude Stone Monuments of the County Sligo and the Island of Achill." With 209 Illustrations. By Colonel Wood-Martin. (Out of print.)

1890-1.—" Account Roll of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, Dublin, 1337-46. with the Middle English Moral Play, The Pride of Life." From the original in the Christ Church Collection in the Public Record Office, Dublin. With fac-simile of the lie. Edited, with Translation, Notes, and Introduction, by James Mills, M.e.i.a. Price to Members, 10*.

1892.—" Survey of the Antiquarian Remains on the Island of Inismurray." By W. F. Wakeman, Hon. Fellow of the Society; Author of "A Handbook of Irish Antiquities," &c. With a Preface by James Mills, M.k.i.a. 84 Illustrations. (Out of print.)

1893—5.—" The Annals of Clonmacnoise": being Annals of Ireland from the earliest period to A.d. 1408, translated into English A.d. 1627, by Connell Mageoghagac, and now for the first time printed. Edited by the Rev. Denis Murphy, 8.J., Ll.d., M.k.i.a., Vice-President of the Society. Price 10«.

1896-7.—"The Register of the Diocese of Dublin in the times of Archbishops Tregury and Walton, 1467-1483." Edited by Henry F. Berry, M.a. 10».

1898-1901.—"The Index to the first 19 Volumes of the Journal of the Society, 1849-1899," forming Vol. XX. of the Consecutive Series. Parte I., II., and III., complete, 10».

The following is in course of preparation as an Extra Volume :— "The Gormanston Register." Edited by James Mills, M.k.i.a.

The foregoing may be Lad from the Publishers, Messrs. Hodges, Figgis, & Co. (Ltd.), 104, Grafton-street, Dublin, including the "Antiquarian Handbook Series," of which No. 1, " Tara and Glendalough," price 6d., has been issued (now out of print); No. 2, "The Western Islands of Ireland" (Northern portion), price Is.; and No. 8, "The Western Islands of Ireland" (Southern portion), price 1*.; No. 4, "The Western Islands of Scotland, Orkney, and Caithness," price 2s. 6d.; and No. 5, "The County Clare Handbook," price Is., all copiously illustrated.

All who are interested in antiquarian study are invited to join the Society. Application for membership may be made to the Hon. Secretary, 6, St. Stephen's-green, Dublin, or any Member of the Society.

Subscriptions to be sent to the "Honorary Treasurer," 6, St. Stephen's-green, Dublin, by Crossed Cheque or Postal Order, payable to " The Eoyal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland."

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FELLOWS wishing: to designate their connexion with the Society may use the initials—F.K.S.A.I.

(By order of Council),

EOBEBT COCHEANE,

Hon. Gen. Secretary.

31st December, 1904.

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HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII.
patrons.

HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ABERCORN, K.G., C.B., Libut. And Custos Rot. Op Co. Donegal.

HIS GRACE THE DUKE OP DEVONSHIRE, K.G., Lieot. And Custos Rot.

OP CoDNTT AND ClTY OP Waterfoud.

THE RIGHT HON. O'CONOR DON, Lieut, And Custos Rot. Op Co. Roscommon.

IPwsiirtnt.

JOHN RIBTON GARSTIN, D.L., M.A., M.R.I.A., F.S.A.

Vict-^tttSstutt.*
Leinster.

FRANCIS ELRINGTON BALL, J.P., M.R.I.A.

SIR THOMAS H. GRATTAN ESMONDE, Baiit., M.P.

WILLIAM COTTER STUBBS, M.A., B.L.

JAMES MILLS, I.S.O., M.R.I.A.

Ulster.

SIR WILLIAM Q. EWART, Baht., M.A., M.R.I.A.
THE REV. JAMES O'LAVERTY. P.P.. M.R.I.A.
THE REV. WILLIAM T. LATIMER, B.A.
ROBERT M. YOUNG, M.A., M.R.I.A.

Minister.

THE MOST REV. DR. 8HEEHAN, Bishop Op Watford.
MAJOR-GENERAL STUBBS, J.P.
PROFESSOR ED. PERCEVAL WRIGHT, M.A., M.D.
JAMES FROST, J.P., M.R.I.A.

Connawjht.

THE RIGHT HON. O'CONOR DON, M.R.I.A., H.M.L.
THOMAS J. WESTROPP, M.A., M.R.I.A.
THE MOST REV. DR. HEALY, Archbishop Op Tuam.
RICHARD O'SHAUGHNESSY, C.B., M.V.O.

* The names are arranged in order of seniority of election.

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