Ulster Journal of Archaeology. Series 1

Ulster Journal of Archaeology. Series 1: a slightly annotated contents list.

Complete from Vol. 1 (1853) to Vol. 9 (1861-2). Missing Vol 3. (1855).


note: all of these journals may be downloaded for free from archive.org


Volume 1. 1853

O'Conor, Dr. ‘Dr. O'Conor's preface. The collectors of the Annals of Ulster’, i-iv.

"M" ‘The archaeology of Ulster’, 1-8.

Hume, A. ‘Origin and characteristics of the population in the counties of Down and Antrim’, 9-26.

Getty, E. ‘The Island of Tory; its history and antiquities’ [Co. Antrim], 27-33.

Hyndman, G. C. ‘Notes on the natural history of Tory Island’ [Co. antrim], 34-37.

H., W. J. ‘The Earldom and Barons of Ulster’, 38-42.

Windele, J. ‘Ancient Irish ogham inscriptions’, 43-52.

Huband Smith, J. ‘Ancient stone crosses in Ireland’, 53-57.

Anon. ‘King William's progress to the Boyne’ [Co. Meath], 58-62.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient Hebrew seal’ [Arthur's Seat, Scotland], 63-64.

Huband Smith, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: unpublished letter of Jeremy Taylor’ [1660, Bishop of Down & Connor], 64.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: new work on Irish ecclesiastical seals’ [new publication], 64.

Huband Smith, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish vulgarisms of speech’, 64-65.

P., H. ‘Queries: derivation of names’ [Garmoyle, Clyde & Belfast Lough], 65.

B., B. ‘Queries’ [rock of Carnaleagh - location?], 65.

"Senex" ‘Queries: oghams’ [reference in Chaucer's Miller's Tale], 65.

Porter, J. S. ‘The metropolitan visitation of the Diocese of Derry, by John Colton, D. D., Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of Ireland, A. D. 1397. Translated from the Rev. Reeves' edition of the original record; with a historical introduction, a map, and notes’, 66-78.

Huband Smith, J. ‘Iona’, 79-91.

H., W. J. ‘The Anglo-Norman families of Lecale in the county of Down’, 92-100.

Anon. ‘Additional note on the "Earldom and Barons of Ulster"’, 100-101.

"Psi" ‘The ogham inscriptions’ [re: Windele's paper], 101-102.

MacSweeny, C. ‘The ogham inscriptions’ [re: Windele's paper], 102.

Hitchcock, R. ‘The ogham inscriptions [re: Windele's paper], 103-105.

Getty, E. ‘The Island of Tory; its history and antiquities’ [Co. Antrim], 106-116.

MacGrady, J. ‘Irish surnames; their past and present forms’, 117-119.

Hume, A. ‘Origin and characteristics of the population in the counties of Down and Antrim’, 120-129.

Anon. ‘A prospect of Carrec-fergus. Being the place where King William landed in Ireland’ [Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim], 130-136.

S., O. P. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Barons of Ulster’, 137.

T., T. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Barons of Ulster’, 137.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Barons of Ulster’, 137.

N., M. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: buried cities in Ulster’ [Niniveh & Co. Down], 138.

P., R. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: topography of the county Down’, 138.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: a national style of church architecture’ [round towers], 138.

Z. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: so-called vulgarisms of speech’, 138.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian note and queries’ [use of word 'posy'], 138.

"Dunensis" ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Carnaleagh’ [location of], 138.

Bell, W. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Garmoyle’ [origin of word], 139.

McCambridge, J. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Garmoyle’ [origin of word], 139.

"Juvenis" ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Augrim stones’ [re: Chaucer & ogham stones], 139.

A., S. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Augrim stones’ [re: Chaucer & ogham stones], 139.

Huband Smith, J. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Augrim stones’ [re: Chaucer & ogham stones], 139.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian note and queries: Augrim stones’ [re: Chaucer & ogham stones], 139.

Editor ‘Antiquarian note and queries: new dictionary of the Irish language’ [new publication], 140.

B., B. B. ‘Queries’ [William Cuffeys d 1688], 140.

H., F. H. ‘Queries’ [William de Burgh assassinated in 1333 - location?], 140-141.

"Senex" ‘Queries: derivation of words’ ['sept' origin of], 141.

S., S. S. ‘Queries’ [balderdash, bonny-clabber & mazer/mether - origin of words], 141.

Getty, E. ‘The Island of Tory; its history and antiquities’, 142-158.

Getty, E. ‘Appendix A. St. Columba's selection of Tory’, 155.

Getty, E. ‘Appendix B. Manuscripts, legends, and surnames’, 155-157.

Getty, E. ‘Appendix C. Herenagh and Corbe-Meddars-Bracken cloth’, 157-158.

Getty, E. ‘Appendix D. Rath Finain’, 158.

Getty, E. ‘Appendix E. Irruptions of the sea’, 158.

Hore, H. F. ‘The hosting against the northern Irish in 1566’, 159-163.

Carruthers, J. ‘On hoards of coins found in Ireland’, 164-167.

Reeves, W. ‘The Antiphonary of Bangor’ [Co. Down + Early Christian bell], 168-179.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Original documents illustrative of Irish history - No. 1. Letters from the Lord Deputy, Sir Arthur Chichester, to the Earl of Northampton, from the Cottonian Collection. British Museum’, 180-183.

Porter, J. S. ‘Metropolitan visitation of the Diocese of Derry, A. D. 1397. No 2’ [Co. Londonderry], 184-197.

Grattan, J. ‘On the importance, to the archaeologist and ethnologist, of an accurate mode of measuring human crania, and of recording the results; - with the description of a new craniometer’, 198-208.

Purdon, C. N. de la C. ‘The French settlers in Ireland. No. 1’, 209-220.

Purdon, C. N. de la C. ‘Appendix. Distress of the Huguenot refugees’, 218.

Purdon, C. N. de la C. ‘Appendix. The linen trade’, 218-219.

Purdon, C. N. de la C. ‘Appendix. Old commissions’, 219-220.

Reeves, W. ‘Kilnasagart’ [Co. Armagh], 221-225.

"MacStephen" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Celtic antiquities in the Holy Land’ [Megalithic tombs], 226.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: old maps’, 226.

MacSweeny, C. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the Mac Sweeny's’, 226-227.

Editor ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Ossianic Society’ [new society formed], 227.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: King James's Marine School’, 227.

Editor ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Ogham inscriptions’, 227.

O'Kearney, N. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Ogham inscriptions’, 228.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Tory Island’ [Co. Antrim], 228.

Editor ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Kilkenny Archaeological Society’, 228.

F,, E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: a national style of church architecture’, 228-229.

M'S., C. ‘Answers to queries: Owen Maugh’, 229.

P., H. ‘Answers to queries: De Burgo's Death’, 229.

"Adolescens" ‘Answers to queries: the word 'sept'’, 229.

C., W. E. ‘Answers to queries: Garmoyle’, 229.

D'Alton, J. ‘Answers to queries: Barons of Ulster’, 229-230.

Getty, E. ‘Answers to queries: Barons of Ulster’, 230.

O'Kearney, N. ‘Answers to queries: Garmoyle’, 230.

G., N. ‘Queries: derivation of names’ [Owen O'Cork], 230.

"Fitzbaron" ‘Queries: historic doubts’ [Charles I & 1641 rebellion], 230.

"Ey" ‘Queries: Leixlip’ [of Norse derivation?], 230.

M. H. W. ‘Queries: earliest Irish missionaries’ [prior to St Patrick], 230.

Porter, J. S. ‘Metropolitan visitation of the Diocese of Derry, A. D. 1397.’ [Co. Londonderry], 232-241.

Anon. ‘The Battle of Lisnegarvey. A. D. 1641’ [Lisburn, Co. Antrim/Down], 242-245.

Hume, A. ‘Origin and characteristics of the population in the counties of Down and Antrim’, 246-254.

Reeves, W. ‘The seal of Hugh O'Neill’, 255-258.

Anon. ‘Original documents illustrative of Irish history - No. 2. Petition of Captain Browne to Lord Burghley, relative to his estate in Mahee Island, county Down, (Probably written in 1572.)’, 259-260.

Ferguson, J. F. ‘Ulster Roll of Gaol Delivery, 1613-1618’, 260-270.

Reeves, W. ‘Saint Mura’, 271-273.

McClelland, J. ‘The bell of Saint Mura’, 274-275.

Grattan, J. ‘Notice of the examination of an ancient sepulchral mound’ [Ballymaceilliam, King's County Offaly], 276-285.

Purdon, C. N. de la C. ‘The French settlers in Ireland. No. 2. The Huguenot colony at Lisburn’ [Co. Down/Antrim], 286-294.

Reeves, W. ‘Irish library. - No. I’, 295-302.

L., J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: stone pillar worship’, 303.

McS., C. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the question of the round towers properly stated’, 303-304.

Ellis, G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Carolan's skull’, 304-305.

Brash, R. R. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: a national style of church architecture’, 305-306.

"Psi" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: old sayings’ ['that bangs Banagher, and Banagher bangs the Devil' & 'Beware of the curse of Columb-kille'], 306.

"Psi" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the ogham inscription’, 306-307.

Editor ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient fastnesses of Ulster’, 307.

K., G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient cave’, 307.

Hore, H. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Saint Columbkille’, 307.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Nineveh marbles’, 307.

"An ancient mariner" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient boats’ [inflated animal skins used by Down & Antrim fishermen - 'stookie'], 307-308.

Hore, H. F. ‘Answers to queries: Owen Maugh’, 308.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Owen Maugh’, 308.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: earliest Irish missionaries’, 308.

Hore, H. F. ‘Answers to queries: Leixlip’, 308.

Hore, H. F. ‘Queries: Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone’, 308.

E., G. ‘Queries’ [call for publication of The Progresses of the Lords Lieutenants of Ireland], 308.

Hore, H. F. ‘Queries’ [Hamilton Manuscripts - current location?], 308.

  

Volume 2. 1854

Hore, H. F. ‘Facsimiles of the signatures of some Irish chieftains, and English commanders in Ulster, temp. Elizabeth’, 1-8.

Hume, Rev. Dr. ‘The two ballads of the Battle of the Boyne’ [1690, Co. Meath], 9-21.

The Archdeacon of Down ‘Notice of the ancient chapel on St. John's Point, in the county of Down’, 22-25.

Anon. ‘Ulster roll of delivery (continued)’, 25-28.

B., G. ‘Notices of local tokens issued in Ulster. – 1’, 29-31.

Ferguson, J. F. ‘Note on Primate Colton's visitation, and on Notaries Public’, 32-33.

Borrowes, E. D. ‘Tennekille Castle, Portarlington, and glimpses of the MacDonnells’, 34-43.

Reeves, W. ‘Irish itinerary of Father Edmund MacCana’, 44.

Reeves, W. ‘Irish itinerary of Father Edmund MacCana. Translated from the original Latin and illustrated by notes’, 45-59.

Nash, D. W. ‘On the Irish Ogham inscriptions’, 60-66.

Anon. ‘The French settlers in Ireland’, 66-67.

Crofton Croker, T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the curse of Columbkille’, 67.

F., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the round towers of Ireland, and a national style of church architecture’, 67-68.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Queen Anne's Farthing’, 68.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: stone pillar worship’, 68-69.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [electric telegraph], 69.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: King William's pilot’, 69-70.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Sir Walter Scott's Old Mortality], 70.

"Johannes Duns Scotus" ‘Answers to queries: earliest Irish missionaries’, 70-71.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [salt in ancient Ireland], 71.

"Herr von Puzzlem" ‘Queries’ [three castles defended by females etc.], 71.

N., P. Queries’ [coin from Donaghadee, Co. Down], 71.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Queries’ [Goban Saor], 71.

"Stella" ‘Queries’ [Dean Swift's induction into Kilroot], 71.

Anon. ‘Bodley's visit to Lecale, County of Down, A.D. 1602-3’, 73-95.

Anon. ‘Remarks on Bodley's "journey," and an account of his campaigns in Ireland with Mountjoy's armies, and his connection with the "Plantation" of Ulster’, 95-99.

Rhind, A. H. ‘Results of excavations in sepulchral cairns in the north of Scotland, identical in internal design with the great chambered tumuli on the banks of the Boyne, in Ireland’, 100-108.

Anon. ‘Curious old manuscript’ [consecration of the Abbey Church of Westminster], 108-114.

Hayman, S. ‘Relics of antiquity at Youghal, Co. Cork. No. 1. - Ancient pectoral cross, found at Youghal in 1814’ [17th C - 1624], 114-118.

Hayman, S. ‘Relics of antiquity at Youghal, Co. Cork. No. 2. - The miraculous image and shrine of the Madonna of Youghal’, 118-121.

Huband Smith, J. ‘Letters patent of James MacDonnell, Lord of the Castle and Manor of Tenekilly, in the Barony of Portnehinch, and Queen's county’, 121-125.

Hore, H. F. ‘St. Colum Cille's cross’ [Colmcille's cross sent to Francis Walsimgham by John Perrot], 125-126.

H. ‘Rustic proverbs current in Ulster’, 126-129.

Dawson, A. ‘Biographical notice of George Walker, governor of Derry during the siege in 1689’ [Co. Londonderry], 129-135.

Hore, H. F. ‘Marshal Bagenal's Description of Ulster, Anno 1586’, 137-145.

Lord Burghley ‘The description and present state of Ulster’, 145-160.

McE, J. ‘Ethnological sketches. - No. 1. The fishermen of the Claddagh, at Galway’, 160-167.

Hayman, S. ‘The French in Ireland. No. 3. The Huguenot colony at Lisburn’, 167-181.

Scott Porter, J. ‘Recent discovery of Roman coins and other articles near Coleraine (Co. Derry)’ [Co. Londonderry], 182-187.

Carruthers, J. ‘To the editor of the "Ulster Journal of Archaeology"’ [Catalogue of roman coins from Coleraine, Co. Londonderry. Contemporary with Early Christian activity - 337-423 AD], 187-192.

Anon. ‘Ancient enameled copper vessel found in the county of Down’ [Medieval?], 192-194.

MacGrady, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: former possessions of the MacDonnells, of Tennekille, Queen's County’, 200-201.

McSweeny, C. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Old Patrick’ [St Patrick], 201-202.

"Fergus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: omission in the Crystal Palace’ [Irish Round tower], 202.

"Erigena" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Re: article on George Walker], 202.

"MacStephen" ‘Answers to queries’ [re: King John stopping in Holywood, Co. Down], 203.

"Psi" ‘Answers to queries’ [re: derivation of name Owen O'Cork, Connswater, Belfast, Co. Down], 203.

"MacStephen" ‘Answers to queries: Dean Swift’ [Induction of at Kilroot, Co. Down], 203.

Evans, T. W. E. ‘Answers to queries’ [re: origin of the word 'Sept', 'Mether' etc], 203-204.

Evans, T. W. E. ‘Answers to queries’ [Agricola v Galgacus at the Firth of Forth], 204-205.

"MacStephen" ‘Answers to queries: Hugh Earl of Tyrone’ [O’Neill], 205.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries’ [Ancient use of Salt - Salterstown, Co Louth], 205.

"Ochellensis" ‘Queries’ [Charter of Youghal in the British museum?], 205.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [persistence of belief in protective powers of Rowan tree], 205.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [origin of playing card term 'Hock Massareen' and 'Mazaroon Wig'], 205.

P., H. ‘Queries: Pennyburn mill’ [Co. Londonderry. 18thC tradition that cocks won't crow there], 205.

Evans, T. W. E. ‘Queries’ [origin of 'bonny-rammer' - type of drink], 205.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [last wolf killed in Ireland], 205.

"Fergus" ‘Queries’ [Turkish pirates in Ireland], 206.

P., H. ‘Queries’ [Giant bell found in 1749, Killarney Lough, Co. Kerry], 206.

"Ultoniensis" ‘Queries’ [Belfast term for cat: Mawkie], 206.

P., H. ‘Queries’ [Location of Lancashire Castle house, Lisburn, Co. Down], 206.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [French term 'Scubac' for Irish liquor], 206.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Queries’ [Use of horseshoe as good luck charm], 206.

Huband Smith, J. ‘The shrine of Saint Patrick's hand, with notices of some similar reliquaries’ [from Portaferry, Co. Down], 207-218.

Anon. ‘The complaints of Shane O'Neill’, 218-223.

Hayman, S. ‘The French settlers in Ireland - No. 4. The settlement at Youghal, county Cork’, 223-229.

B., G. ‘Notices of local tokens issued in Ulster. No. 2’, 230-232.

Reeves, W. ‘The island of Tiree’, 233-244.

Anon. ‘Original documents illustrative of Irish history - No. 3’ [State Papers for 1604], 245-252.

Reeves, W. ‘Irish Library. - No. II. Fleming's Collectanea Sacra’, 253-261.

Dawson, A. ‘Biographical notice of George Walker, governor of Derry during the siege in 1689’ [Co. Londonderry], 261-277.

Grattan, Mr. ‘Phrenological notice of the skull of Walker’ [George Walker], 277-278.

Bell, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: wolves in Ireland’ [survival to 1659], 281.

McSweeny, C. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the antiquity of letters in Ireland’ [Cosmography of Hicas/Aethicus], 281-282.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: tickets local’ [counterfeited tickets in Lisburn/Belfast area], 282.

MacGrady, J. ‘Answers to queries: derivation of names’ [Owen O'Cork river, Bonny-clabber], 283.

"O'Neill" ‘Answers to queries: historic doubts’ [Shane O'Neill forgery of commission from Charles I], 283.

T., W. W. E. ‘Answers to queries’ [beverage called Scubac by French], 283.

"MacStephen" ‘Answers to queries’ [Lancashire Castle, Lisburn], 283.

Dawson, A. ‘Answers to queries’ [Lawson/Houlson mentioned in Armagh Diocesan Records], 283-284.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Answers to queries’ [Turkish/Algerine Corsairs in Ireland], 284-285.

T., E. ‘Queries: Townland of Jordanstown’ [origin of placename], 285.

"Alpha" ‘Queries: Old Belfast’ [Shankill church, Cromwellian siege of Belfast, Cromwellian garrisons in Ulster, two barrows at Christ Church, Belfast, 'Sepulchral' mound at New Grove, Drumbo parish, old castles of Belfast district, where did native Irish go after expulsion by new settlers, old Corporate Records of Belfast survive? Co. Down], 285.

P., H. ‘Queries’ [1785 map of Co. Down, illustrations of linen manufacture in 1779, location of painting: Battle of Ballynahinch], 285.

D., W. H. ‘Queries’ [residence of Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of Down & Connor at Lisburn], 285.

Anon. 1853 ‘The Annals of Ulster. Translated from the text of O'Conor's Herum Hibernicarum Scriptores Heteres, for the Ulster Journal of Archaeology’, 1-28. in Volume 2 of UJA (1854).

 

Volume 3. 1855: Do not have a copy available

 

Volume 4. 1856

Anon. ‘The Dalriada brooch’ [Early Christian from Antrim side of River Bann, nr. Coleraine], 1-3.

B., G. ‘Antiquity of smoking-pipes’, 4-5.

MacAdam, R. ‘Ancient water-mills’, 6-15.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: The Trinitarian Brothers of Redemption’, 18-19.

McSweeny, C. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: hint to Irish archaeologists’ [Celtic languages], 19-20.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: strange invention of a man to pass a brook greatly risen by the abundance of rain’ [flooding of Lagan at Dromore, Co. Down & fording of river - from Boates' Ireland's Natural History, 1652], 20.

A., T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [1853, Castle St., Armagh - discovery of bronze badge, 17th C], 20-21.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Irish papers at State Paper Office with blotting sand still attached], 21-22.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Cave Hill Caves - suggests ladders used to examine 3rd cave], 22.

G., E. ‘Queries: Earl's Grove - Earl's Meadows’ [Lands nr Belfast], 22.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Queries: Old Engravings’ [location of 'Danish' castle nr Lough Neagh & Retreat of Dean Swift, Co. Armagh], 22-23.

P., H. ‘Queries: Ancient brazen shoe’ [possible shoe for inauguration at Tullaghoge], 23.

P., H. ‘Queries: McCart's Fort’ [McArt's Fort, Cave Hill, Co. Antrim - hollow in centre of fort], 23.

G., E. ‘Queries: The three legs of Mann’ [medal in honour of consul Marcellus' w/ 3 legs motif], 23.

G., E. ‘Queries: fishing baskets’ [1225 incursion into Mayo. Fishing baskets full of children - baskets placed under the weirs], 23.

P., F. ‘Queries: River Roe’ [origin of name], 23.

Anon. ‘Unanswered queries’, 24.

Anon. ‘Owen 'Roe' O'Neill’, 25-39.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Saint Patrick's Purgatory’, 40-52.

Hanna, J. W. ‘The battle of 'Magh Rath:' - its true site determined’ [AD 637. Suggests that it took place near Crown Rath, nr Newry, Co. Down], 53-61.

Anon. ‘The round towers of Ulster’ [Clones, Co. Monaghan], 62-71.

O'Beirne Crowe, J. ‘The 'Correspondence Law' of ancient Irish poetry:- its probable origin’, 72-76.

S., G. ‘Two unpublished diaries connected with the Battle of the Boyne’, 77-95.

Stephenson, G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ ['flesh hook' from Saintfield, Co. Down], 96-97.

"A Munster Man" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: singular tenures of land’ [Newmarket, Co. Cork], 97.

Bell, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: brass badge in Vol. 3, p. 20 from Armagh - postman's badge], 97.

R ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Laws of Charles II against burial in linen shrouds], 97.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the Giant's Ring’ [Co. Down, call for information], 97.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [French term 'figures hibernoises'?], 97-98.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [origin of phrase 'bad cess to you'], 98.

P., H. ‘Queries: Old Rhymes’ [origin of 2 verses], 98.

"Pondus" ‘Queries’ [origin of system of weights], 98.

"A water-drinker" ‘Queries’ [earliest references to wine & spirits in Ireland], 98.

"George" ‘Queries’ [did the Irish shoe their horses], 98.

"Fergus" ‘Queries’ [origin of word 'Tory'], 98.

"Dunensis" ‘Queries’ [language of the Picts], 98.

P., H. ‘Answers to queries: Ringan's Point’, 98.

R ‘Answers to queries: Ringan's Point’, 98.

M., R. ‘Answers to queries: Fishing baskets’ [one used at Glasson, Co. Westmeath], 98-99.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Fishing baskets’ [catching eels in wicker baskets or nets in Galloway in 1697], 99.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Brian-tang’ [name of reservoir nr Ballynure River, Co. Antrim], 99.

H., R. ‘Answers to queries: Bell’ [bell found at Killarney in 18th C], 99.

T., E. J. ‘Answers to queries: Green's Barns, Belfast’, 99.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: Carnaleagh’ [origin of name], 99-100.

P., H. ‘Answers to queries: Corporate Records of Belfast’ [Hugh Doak token of 1647], 100.

"Dunensis" ‘Answers to queries: grave of Magus’ [Downpatrick, Co. Down], 100.

G., E. ‘Answers to queries: The Black mountain, near Belfast’ [named on Down Survey], 100.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Blackstaff river’ [origin of name], 100.

P., H. ‘Answers to queries: Friars' Bush’ [Belfast, Co. Antrim. Friar's stone on Elizabethan map], 100.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Saint Patrick's Purgatory’, 101-117.

Anon. ‘Notes on old Irish maps’, 118-127.

Anon. ‘The round towers of Ulster’ [Downpatrick, Saul, Maghera & Nendrum, Co. Down. Antrim, Carrickfergus & Ram's Island, Co. Antrim], 128-139.

Scott Porter, J. ‘Some account of the Sept of the O'Cathains of Ciannachta Glinne-Geimhin. Now the O'Kanes of the county of Londonderry’, 139-148.

"Erigena" ‘Antique ornaments of gold found in the county Clare: - their probable use’ [found in pot on O'Brien estate, Co. Clare], 149-153.

Hume, A. ‘Ethnology of the counties of Down and Antrim’, 154-163.

MacAdam, R. ‘Gold disks found in Ireland’ [1844, Ballydahob, Co. Cork], 164-168.

O'Hara, W. J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: smoking-pipes’ [example from Ardfert, Co. Galway], 168.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: chequers’ [as pub emblem & arms of Warren & Surrey], 168.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: cromlechs and artificial caves’ [call for information], 168-169.

Caulfield, R. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Bronze Hook’ [flesh hook], 169.

"Amadan" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Cross of Cong - reading of inscription], 169.

"Alpha" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [burial of Schomberg's troops at Hollywood & Lisburn, Co. Down], 169.

"Amadan" ‘Queries’ [Hibernia - origin of name], 169.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [Mar, Aberdeenshire - origin of name], 169.

"An Irishman in Paris" ‘Queries: Holywood’ [13th C monk Joannes De Saero Bosco/John of the Holy Wood], 170.

"Scrutator" ‘Queries’ [Giant Irish Elk teeth found in cist w/ skeleton in rath at Drumbnoy, Co. Londonderry], 170.

G., E. ‘Queries: round towers’ [call for information], 170.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [origin of phrase 'that will be after Tib's eve'], 170.

"Fitzherbert" ‘Queries’ [location of Fin McCool's house at Baragh Lis], 170.

"Alpha" ‘Queries’ [army of William III quartered at Glenavy, Co. Antrim], 170.

"Alpha" ‘Queries’ [serpent worship among the ancient Irish], 170.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [location of castle & sand-bay nr. Carrickfergus, mentioned in 1652], 170.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Answers to queries: passage from Gil Blas’ [French term 'figures hibernoises'?], 171.

"Tyro" ‘Answers to queries’ [print of castle on Lough Neagh - ruin on Derrywarragh island, at mouth of Blackwater], 171.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: horses ploughing by the tail’ [laws of 1606 & 1612 against practice], 171.

P., H. ‘Answers to queries: John de Logan’ [English settler of Ulster], 171.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Answers to queries: persecution of the wren’, 171-172.

Bell, J. ‘Answers to queries: origin of the imprecation 'Bad cess to ye'’, 172.

B., G. ‘Answers to queries’ [re: Hugh Doak & Belfast tokens], 172.

Anon. ‘The round towers of Ulster’ [Armoy, Co. Antrim; Devinish, Co. Fermanagh], 173-191.

Anon. ‘Original documents illustrative of Irish history - No. 6. Plantation of Ulster. Original letter from Sir John Davys, giving an account of the inquisition on the forfeited lands in the county of Colerain, A.D. 1609’, 192-197.

Gimlette, T. ‘The French settlers in Ireland - No. 7. The settlement in Waterford’, 198-221.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Saint Patrick's Purgatory’, 222-238.

B., G. ‘Notices of local tokens issued in Ulster. No. 4’, 239-241.

Anon. ‘Ancient Irish income’, 241-252.

Lowry, T. K. ‘The true position of the ford at Belfast’ [Co. Antrim], 253-260.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘The formulas of Marcellus’, 261-264.

Editor ‘re: The formulas of Marcellus’, 264-268.

Editor ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Bronze pin, Early Christian, Derryullagh bog, nr. Randalstown, Co. Antrim], 269.

B., G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: old Corporate records of Belfast’, 269-270.

Millen, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: urn burial’ [1825 Doagh, Co. Antrim, Bronze Age? + 2nd urn from same area. Stone buttons from Ballyboley mountain, Co. Antrim. Stone 'muller' (saddle quern) from Corgy moss], 270-271.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: lime floors of round towers’, 271.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: lime from shells’ [Docwra's description of Londonderry], 271.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: earthen mounds’ [poem as proof that they were sites of houses], 271.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: bird-skin cloaks’ [from south seas islands & mantle worn by Irish chiefs], 271.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: round towers’ [carved head at Devinish, Co. Fermanagh], 271-272.

"Louis" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Lurgan in the last century’ [Co. Armagh], 272.

Buchanan, E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Donnemana, Co. Tyrone 17thC benitier/water font; Liscurry 'rocking stone' & rath, megalithic tomb, sweat house], 272-273.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Giant's Ring’ [call for information], 273.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: geographical confusion’, 273.

O., T. ‘Queries’ [re: original documents illustrative of Irish history], 273.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Queries’ [origin of Wake traditions to scare off evil], 273.

"Ecclesiasticus" ‘Queries’ [earliest organs in Ireland], 274.

G., E. ‘Queries: Curious church’ [Killaghie, nr. Cloghreen, Co. Kerry], 274.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Queries’ [location of 1549 manuscript], 274.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [association of Irish ST Aidan and Liverpool], 274.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [origin of Devis/Divis name], 274.

Bell, J. ‘Answers to queries: Bonnyclabber’, 274-275.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Holywood’ [Johanes de Sacro Bosco - not Sancto - born in Holywood in Fingal, Co. Dublin], 275.

H., H., F. ‘Answers to queries: old abbey near Belfast’ [information from State Paper Office, London], 275.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: horse ploughing by the tail’, 275.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Ancient water-mills’ [earliest mention in inquisition on the death of William de Burgo in 1333], 275.

A., A. ‘Answers to queries: Stanagomar’ [or Stanagowar - the shad-fish], 276.

B., G. ‘Answers to queries’ [coin found nr Donaghadee, Co. Down - tradesman's token], 276.

 

Volume 5. 1857

Hore, H. F. ‘The Bruces in Ireland’, 1-12.

Anon. ‘The shamrock’, 12-20.

Anon. ‘The Hamilton manuscripts (Will of Sir James Hamilton. - Concluded)’, 21-32.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Ancient Roman intercourse with Ireland’, 32-36.

Hore, H. F. ‘Irish Brehons and their laws’, 36-52.

Pictet, A. ‘Inquiry into the origin of the name of Ireland’, 52-60.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Saint Patrick's Purgatory’, 61-81.

Anon. ‘Brazen cauldrons’ [found while cutting turf in Raffery td., Killinchy, Co. Down. Quern stones also known from area. Bronze Age. + cast brass (Medieval?) cauldron from near Killymoon, Co. Tyrone], 82-90.

C., W. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Gaelic names for London], 91.

Deering, M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: water-mills’ [horizontal mills in use in Mayo & Connaught], 91-92.

M., R. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: chequers’ [as pub emblem & arms of Warren & Surrey], 92.

M., J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [chequers - as pub emblem], 92.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [engravings by Jonathan Fisher of Belfast in 1772], 92.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [origin of word 'crew' in Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona (Cave) and in Ulster dialect (pig-stye/hut or hovel). & word 'cling' - shrink], 92.

Hume, A. ‘Spinning and weaving:- their influence on popular language and literature’, 93-110.

Anon. ‘The round towers of Ulster’ [Drumlane, Co. Cavan; Iniskeen, Co. Monaghan; Tory Island, Co. Donegal], 110-122.

O'Laverty, J. ‘Relative antiquity of stone and bronze weapons’, 122-127.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Bruces in Ireland’, 128-136.

Bell, J. ‘A conjecture as to the origin of the name of Carrickfergus’ [co. Antrim], 137-138.

Hore, H. F. ‘Lough Foyle in 1601’, 139-140.

Hore, H. F. ‘The names of all the chief places of strengthen in O'Dougherdie's country called Enyshowen, as well as castles as fortes’, 140-143.

B., G. ‘Reminiscences of Belfast. - No. 2.’, 144-149.

"Trevelyan" ‘Letters on Irish antiquities by a Cornish man’, 150-155.

"Orientalis" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Exclusion of women’ [from holy sites, Devinish, Co. Fermanagh & Mount Athos etc.], 155.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Cross of Cong’ [readings of inscription], 155-156.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [origin of word 'kam' in Shakespeare's Coriolanus vs. Irish 'cam' - crooked], 156.

"Antiquarius" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [objection to use of 'Kistwain' or 'Kist-ran' in Irish archaeology for cist], 156.

Editor ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Bronze pin, Early Christian, , nr. Ballymoney, Co. Antrim], 157.

Godwin, E. W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: "Augustinians" and "Augustine Canons"’ [errors in Ordnance Survey of Co. Londonderry], 157-158.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [origin of word 'cantle' - corner or subdivision], 158-159.

R. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Lisnegarvey - origin of the name’ [Lisburn, Co. Down/Antrim], 159.

Millen, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: old fire-places [Ballyclare, Co. Antrim - discovery of underground passage & charcoal], 159-160.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Assyrian tablets & Irish history], 161.

R. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: great military hospital at Belfast’ [extracts from pamphlet of 1691], 161.

Haigh, D. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [illustrations of crosses in UJA Vol. 2 - Spanish made], 161-162.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: three legs of Mann’ [re: Roman medal with three legs emblem], 162.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Hugh O'Neill’ [references from English works], 162-163.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Break of Killyleagh’ [Co. Down battle site 1689], 163.

"Erionnach" ‘Answers to queries: Round towers’ [Raphoe, co. Donegal], 163.

Godwin, E. W. ‘Answers to queries: Earl's Meadows’ [Bristol], 163-164.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Answers to queries: Ploughing by the horse's tail’, 164.

McC., W. ‘Answers to queries: St. Aidan's Church’ [Irish Bishop in Northumbria], 164.

L., R. ‘Answers to queries’ [Fisher's engravings of Belfast], 164.

"Anglicus" ‘Queries’ [knowledge of Latin among 17th C Irish peasantry in south of Ireland], 165.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Queries’ [Irish names of Continental mountains & rivers], 165.

L., R. ‘Queries’ ['Black-mouthed Presbyterians' - origin of phrase], 165.

L., R. ‘Queries’ [request for information on souterrains and 'Dane's Forts'], 165.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Queries’ [Irish & English words for clock], 165-166.

A., C. ‘Queries’ [Clap-trap - origin of word], 166.

"Calin" ‘Queries’ [18th C Pearl fishing on the River Bann], 166.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [age & origin of county names], 166.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Queries’ [Council of Constance 1477 & 'Empire of Ireland'], 166.

"Anglicus" ‘Queries’ [who were the Rapparees], 166.

R. ‘Queries’ [Newry, Co. Down, 1691, tradition of putting new crosses on houses on Corpus Christi], 166.

"Senex" ‘Queries: peat bogs’ [rate of bog growth], 166-167.

Millen, W. ‘Queries: peat bogs’ [trees found in bogs], 167.

P., H. ‘Queries’ [burning of round tower in 1171 (AFM) - who was inside], 167.

P., H. ‘Queries: grist mills’ [invention in Ireland in 214 AD], 167.

"Senex" ‘Queries: wheat’ [when first cultivated in Ireland?], 167.

"Senex" ‘Queries: the highland kilt’ [Irish origin?], 167-168.

Hume, A. ‘Historical notices of spinning and weaving’, 169-184.

"Trevelyan" ‘Letters on Irish antiquities by a Cornish man’, 185-187.

Pinkerton, W. ‘The "overthrow" of Sir John Chichester at Carrickfergus’, 188-209.

Wise, T. A. ‘The pillar-towers of Ireland’ [round towers], 210-215.

Hore, H. F. ‘Inauguration of Irish chiefs’ [Tullyhogue, Co. Tyrone], 216-242.

W., J. ‘Present extent of the Irish language’, 243-245.

Müller, K. O. ‘African and Irish fibulae’, 246-248.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Fibula with inscription’ [12/13th C brooch from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim], 249.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Bee-hive churches’ [eastern origin?], 249.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [notice in French], 250.

H., J. W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: The Irish in Sweden’, 251-252.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Arthur's round Table’, 252.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: mouth of the ford’ [widespread use of term], 252.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: harp’ [age of word], 252.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: cauldrons’ [boiling bones of dead in cauldrons + burials under round towers], 252.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: burial of the dead’ [comparison with Africa], 252-253.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Surnames’ [McTear - a wolf], 253.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Tyrone's bed’ [Lancashire], 253.

Sigerson, G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: antiquities in Donegal’ [cross at Ray, nr. Dunfanaghy; monastery at Dunlewey nr. Gweedore, + bronze pins, Co. Donegal; Moville, Co. Londonderry - crosses], 253-254.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: seven churches’ [early traditions], 254.

H., J. W. ‘Answers to queries: Dutch settlers in Ireland’ [17th C], 254-255.

G., E. ‘Answers to queries’ [Robin hood & spinning & weaving article], 255.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Rapparees’ [Tories, robbers, thieves, and bog-trotters], 255-256.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Irish pearls’ [fishery on the River Bann], 256.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: names of Irish counties’ [origin & date], 256.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: Ploughing by the horse's tail’, 257.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: Stanagomar’ [or Stanagowar - the shad-fish], 257.

B., W. ‘Answers to queries: old fort of Belfast’ [on 1834 map], 257.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: to go a wool-gathering’ [reign of Henry III, Surrey], 257.

G., E. ‘Queries: playing cards’ [18th C shop advertising], 257.

G., E. ‘Queries’ ['Great Mogul' on playing cards], 258.

Q., Q. ‘Queries’ [to strike a bargain - origin of phrase], 258.

T., R. ‘Queries’ [Trotter family colonists in 1608], 258.

N., E. ‘Queries’ [identity of David Kennedy mentioned in Pynnar's Survey of 1611], 258.

Q., Q. ‘Queries’ [location of old Belfast fortifications], 258.

"Conan" ‘Queries’ [Irish use of saffron to dye linen], 258.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Original letters in the Irish and Latin languages, by Shane O'Neill, Prince of Tyrone, and proclamation of high Treason against him by Queen Elizabeth’, 259-273.

Hore, H. F. ‘Richard Talbot, Earl and Duke of Tyrconnell’, 264-286.

MacNeachtain, S. ‘Vestiges of Keltic occupancy in central Europe’, 286-298.

Hore, H. F. ‘Sir Henry Sidney's memoir of his government of Ireland’, 299-323.

Hume, A. ‘Surnames in the county of Antrim’, 323-335.

"Trevelyan" ‘Letters on Irish antiquities by a Cornish man’, 336-342.

B., G. ‘Old Belfast’, 343-344.

"Antiquarius" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Exclusion of women’ [from holy sites, Scattery Island, Co. Clare], 345.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Exclusion of women’ [pre-Christian origins - Romans], 345.

L., A. T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient seal at Carrickfergus’ [translation of inscription], 345.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: crosses set up on festival-days’ [origins of], 346.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [discovery of 'Celtic' tombs nr. Algiers], 346.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [use of word sacntling or to scantle - measure of wine; origin of 'county'], 346.

"Anglicus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Cross of Cong’ [readings of inscription], 346.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Early Christian brooches - River Bann at Portna & nr Tullaghoge, Co. Tyrone], 347-348.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ploughing by the horse's tail’, 348.

Millen, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the McClean family’ [Scottish settlers in Ulster], 348.

G., E. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Bonnyclabber’ [milk with horse's blood], 349.

P., T. H. ‘Answers to queries: the highland kilt and old Irish dress’ [origin of], 349.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: Owen O'Cork; derivation of the name’, 349-350.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: surnames’ [McTear], 350.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [entry - narrow lanes], 350.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [tradition that Earl of Tyrone put beard wearers to death & Irish shaving], 350.

P., H. ‘Queries’ [when was B pronounced as V in Irish?], 350.

L., A. T. ‘Queries’ [slab of Nicholas Stewart at Ballintoy, Co. Antrim, 1667], 350-351.

Pictet, A. ‘Queries’ [origin of Aesar or Aosar - a name of god], 351.

"Antiquarius" ‘Queries’ [White obelisk/temple of the sun in King's County, Co. Offaly, 1801], 351.

L., A. T. ‘Queries: O'Neill family’ [history of Shane McBryan O'Neill], 351.

"Linum" ‘Queries’ [sites of flax spinning mills], 352.

P., T. H. ‘Queries’ [ruins on Coney Island, Lough Neagh], 352.

P., H. ‘Queries’ [epithets for Ireland given by Emperor Fredrick II, 13th C], 352.

P., T. H. ‘Queries origin of Ulster word 'Survendible'’ [very great/excessive], 352.

L., A. T. ‘Queries: Plantation of Ulster’ [reading list request], 352.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [origin of name 'Old nick' for Satan], 352.

"Shemus" ‘Queries’ [origin of phrase 'go to pot'], 352.

Getty, E. ‘Appendix’ [re: ford of Belfast], 1-6.


Volume 6. 1858

Anon. ‘Saint Columba’, 1-26.

Grattan, J. ‘Notes on the human remains discovered within the round towers of Ulster, with some additional contributions towards a "crania Hibernica"’, 27-39.

Hume, A. ‘A dialogue in the Ulster dialect, "wrote down, prentet, and put out, just the way people spakes."’, 40-46.

Hume, A. ‘The Irish dialect of the English language’, 47-56.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Military proclamation, in the Irish language, issued by Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, in 1601’, 57-65.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Bruces in Ireland’, 66-76.

Hume, A. ‘Surnames in the county of Down’, 77-90.

O'Donovan, J. ‘The descendants of the last Earls of Desmond’, 91-97.

Lanyon, J. ‘Subterranean chambers at Connor, county of Antrim’ [Early Christian Souterrains], 97-100.

"Viator" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Arthur's round Table’, 101.

"Anglicus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [burnt mounds in Co Cork noted in 1815 Statistical Survey], 101.

"Erionnach" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [carved stones as warnings for river fords], 101.

"Erionnach" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [misuse of 'Erse' to describe Irish language], 101-102.

F., J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Londonderry Halloween custom of stroan - 3 cornered oat cake], 102.

"Philalethes" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the Irish language’ [re: article in previous edition], 102.

"Ballinamuck ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: invitation to a pig’ [origin of word 'tthur' for pig calling & Irish term 'copple-thurrish' for see-saw], 102.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Early Christian brooches found at on crannog at Derryullagh Bog, between Randalstown & Toome, Co. Antrim], 103.

B., G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [brass tubes from Skerry, in the Braid, Co. Antrim - unknown date], 103-104.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: parallel passages’ [use of the word 'fancy'], 104.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [note on urn and importance of threes], 104.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: Aesar’ [name of God], 104-105.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Answers to queries: Aesar’ [name of God], 105.

P., T. H. ‘Answers to queries: to strike a bargain’ [origin of term], 105.

F., J. ‘Answers to queries: "go to pot"’ [origin of term], 105.

"Quisquis" ‘Answers to queries: "go to pot"’ [origin of term], 105.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: "go to pot"’ [origin of term], 105-106.

S., G. ‘Answers to queries: inscription in Ballintoy church’ [Co. Antrim. Re: previous enquiry], 106-107.

Z ‘Answers to queries: razors’ [ancient Irish shaving], 107.

"Antiquarius" ‘Answers to queries: surnames’ [McMahon & MacSwynes], 107.

P., T. H. ‘Answers to queries: throwing the slipper’ [Jewish tradition of removing Bridegroom's shoe], 107.

"Quisquis" ‘Answers to queries: Old Nick’ [name of Satan], 107.

P., T. H. ‘Queries’ [lack of helmets & armour discovered on Irish sites], 108.

P., T. H. ‘Queries’ [what were game birds 'wild turkies' in Irish Acts of Parliament], 108.

P., T. H. ‘Queries’ [what was 'O'Neill's stuchan shown on Speed's map?], 108.

F., J. ‘Queries’ [availability of English-Irish dictionaries], 108.

"Monasticus" ‘Queries’ [the Black Nun of Bona-marga (Bonamarghy, Co. Antrim)], 108.

Millen, W. ‘Queries’ [Galls & Gaels & Irish use of cloaks  in poem 'Circuit of Ireland'], 108.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Archæology of Irish tenant-right’, 109-125.

Lee, A. T. ‘Notes on Bawns, with especial reference to the one at Bella-Hill, near Carrickfergus’ [Plantation period, Co. Antrim], 125-132.

O'Donovan, J. [additional notes on Bawns to A. T. Lee's paper], 133-135.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Errors of Edmund Spenser:- Irish surnames’, 135-144.

Hore, H. F. ‘Woods and fastnesses in ancient Ireland’, 145-161.

Lee, A. T. ‘Ancient seals found at Carrickfergus’ [from well in keep at Carrickfergus Castle, Co. Antrim 14th C & from rocks at foot of castle - possibly seal of Custom House 17th C?], 162-163.

Carruthers, G. A. ‘Cinerary urns, discovered near Dundrum, county Down’ [2 Bronze Age cists & 10 urns], 164.

Hore, H. F. ‘Irish Bardism in 1561’, 165-167.

F., J. ‘Ancient iron fetters’ [Co. Donegal], 168-169.

Lee, A. T. ‘Opening of a tumulus near Bella Hill, Carrickfergus’ [Passage tomb?, Co. Antrim], 169-171.

MacAdam, R. ‘Six hundred Gaelic proverbs collected in Ulster’, 172-183.

"Hermes" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [archaic pronunciation of English words in Ireland], 184.

"Hermes" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [archaic pronunciation of English words in Ireland - pattern for patron], 184.

"Sitric" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [runic inscription on stone on souterrain at Connor, Co. Antrim], 184-185.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [location of Mountjoy Fort?], 185.

"Eirionnach" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient Irish cookery’ [re: burnt mounds in Co. Cork], 185.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: bye-lay’ [origin of term], 185.

Gosford ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish names of townlands’, 185.

Perdon, T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [similarity between Irish & African languages], 185-186.

"Trismegistus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: sacred numbers’ [number 3], 186-187.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the Scotch in Ireland’ [origins of Belfast], 187.

P., T. H. ‘Answers to queries: use of the pronoun "me"’, 188.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Survendible’ [origin of word - seven fold], 188.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Old Nick’ [name of Satan], 188-189.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Old Nick’ [name of Satan], 189.

F., J. ‘Answers to queries: caves’ [souterrains in Co. Londonderry], 189.

"Hermes" ‘Answers to queries: O'Neill's Stuchan’ [Townland in New Mills, Co. Tyrone], 189.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: to strike a bargain’ [origin of term], 189.

M., J. J. ‘Answers to queries: clap-trap’ [origin of term], 189.

P., T. H. ‘Queries’ [known remains of chariots?], 190.

"Rusticus" ‘Queries’ [frogs not indigenous to Ireland?], 190.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [Bohemians in Ireland in 1652], 190.

"Quisquis" ‘Queries’ [origin of word 'Tory'], 190.

"Curious" ‘Queries’ [origin of word bon-fire], 190.

"Anglicus" ‘Queries’ [last use of mead in Ireland], 190.

McL., G. ‘Queries’ [sources for Banshees], 190.

H., A. ‘Queries’ [origin of Red Hand of Ulster story], 190.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Physical characteristics of the ancient Irish’, 191-202.

Hore, H. F. ‘Irish Bardism in 1561’, 202-212.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Ploughing by the horse's tail’, 212-221.

Grattan, J. ‘Notes on the human remains discovered within the round towers of Ulster, &c., &c.’, 221-246.

M., J. J. ‘Remarks on the early architecture of Ireland’, 247-249.

MacAdam, R. ‘Six hundred Gaelic proverbs collected in Ulster’, 250-267.

Reeves, W. ‘St. Beretchert of Tullylease’ [Co. Cork], 267-275.

Dickie, G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the tumulus near Carrickfergus’ [Bellahill, Co. Antrim], 276-277.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: historic parallels’ [Battle of Magh Rath, Moira, County Down], 277-278.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: name of townlands’ [modern changes], 278.

"Curious" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: bye-lay’ [origin of term], 278.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish surnames’, 278-279.

"Rusticus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: submerged castle in Port Lough’ [crannogs & theory that they pre-date the lakes], 279.

"Eirionnach" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: striking a bargain’ [origin of term], 279.

L., F. N. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: inauguration of chiefs’ [MacMurroughs at Tincurry, Co. Wexford], 280.

"An Irishman in England" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: bawns’ [previously known in England & Wales], 280.

"Cormac" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Lizard lore], 280.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [large trees in Ireland], 281.

P., T. H. ‘Answers to queries: frogs’ [indigenous to Ireland], 281.

"X. Y. Z." ‘Answers to queries: mead’ [recipe for c. 1800], 281.

L., R. ‘Answers to queries: Irish pearls’ [fishery on the River Bann], 281.

"Eirionnach" ‘Answers to queries: Tory’ [origin of term], 281.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [was Margery Bisset of Greek descent?], 282.

K., J. ‘Queries’ [Rohan Castle, nr Richhill - known history?], 282.

K., J. ‘Queries’ [origin of term  'Turlough Hogg's pay'], 282.

P., T. H. ‘Queries: Ulster provincialisms’ [origin of word 'beddy' saucy/self sufficient], 282.

"Celtiber" ‘Queries’ ['Choo-Choo' used to shoo a dog in Ulster?], 282.

Purdon, C. D. ‘Queries’ [origin of phrase 'from N to one' - from end to end?; cambic factory & French settlement at Dundalk; lands of Lord Clanbrasil?], 282.

"C. C. C." ‘Queries: surnames’ [origin of 6 Belfast names], 282.

B., G. ‘On the early use of Aqua-Vitæ in Ireland’ [Whisky/Whiskey], 283-292.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Ossianic Age’, 293-315.

Pinkerton, W. ‘The highland kilt and the old Irish dress’ [invented in 1727 in England], 316-327.

Borrowes, E. D. ‘The French settlers in Ireland- No. 8’, 327-346.

P., A. M. ‘Ancient cemetery in Island-Magee, county of Antrim’ [13th C, Gransha td.], 346-350.

T. ‘Antiquities discovered on the shore of Ballyglass Bay, county Donegal ‘[Early Christian brooches], 351-353.

K. ‘Fairy annuals of Ulster.- No. 1’, 354-361.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: formulas of Marcellus’, 362-363.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient ploughs’ [evidence from Canary Islands etc.], 363.

Hore, H. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: depth of soil in Ireland’, 363.

Hore, H. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ploughing by the horse's tail’, 363.

"Viator" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ploughing by the horse's tail’, 363-364.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Irish peasants speaking Latin’, 364-365.

"Mac" ‘Answers to queries: Tory’ [origin of term], 365.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: MacCarthy More’ [where are crown, sceptre etc.?], 365.

L., R. ‘Queries’ [1789 volume of poetry by Thomas Dawson Lawrence, of Lawrencetown, nr Banbridge], 365.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: Cromwell in Ireland’ [publication of papers related to?], 365.

L., R. ‘Queries’ [where did William III ford River Bann?], 366.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: Irish dictionary’ [lost manuscript by Mr Crab?], 366.

Dillon, P. ‘Queries’ [Carnmoney, nr Belfast - once a large town & discovery of antiquities], 366.

B., N. ‘Queries: Waldensian Gaelic’ [Irish dialect in Switzerland or Italy?], 366.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: Irish historical library’ [fate of manuscript by Rev. Groves], 366.


Volume 7. 1859

Pinkerton, W. ‘The "Palace" of Carrickfergus’ [Co. Antrim], 1-10.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Zeuss's "Grammatica Celtica"’, 11-32.

C., E. ‘On the antiquity of brewing and distillation in Ireland’, 33-40.

B., G. ‘Bruce at Connor’ [Co. Antrim], 40-45.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Ulster State Papers’, 45-65.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Horses and hounds of ancient Ireland’, 65-71.

O'Laverty, J. ‘Ancient coinnleoir, or altar candlestick’ [Armagh Cathedral], 72.

Pictet, A. ‘Comparison of Irish and Gaulish personal names’, 73.

B., G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [history of Belfast], 73.

B., G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Fairy superstitions], 73-74.

"Aodh" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: antiquities of Bailynass Bay, Co. Donegal’, 74-75.

P., H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: O and Mac’, 75.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: formulas of Marcellus’, 75.

R ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Rapparees’, 76.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: Waldensian Gaelic’ [Irish in Switzerland], 77.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: bon-fire’, 77.

"Anglicus" ‘Answers to queries: rowan-tree’ [Indian use for warding off 'evil eye' etc], 77.

"Cymro" ‘Answers to queries: the wren’ [Druid bird], 77.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [Battle of Slieve Oira, 1569], 78.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [origin of word 'brogh'/'broghan' - lunar halo], 78.

"O'Hara" ‘Queries’ [Antrim moon superstitions + 'brogh'], 78.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [ancient candlesticks], 78.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [earthwork near Portrush, Co. Londonderry], 78.

"Tyro" ‘Queries’ [pronunciation of 'eschew'], 78.

K ‘Queries’ [origin of phrase 'as black as Toal's cloak?], 78.

"Alonzo" ‘Queries’ [relics of the Spanish Armada], 78.

M., J. W. ‘Queries: change of style’ [change in dates c1752], 78.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Zeuss's "Grammatica Celtica." - no. 2’, 79-92.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Munster bards’, 93-115.

Hume, A. ‘The elements of population in Down and Antrim, illustrated by the statistics of religious belief’, 116-130.

K ‘Fairy annals of Ulster. - No. 2’, 131-143.

"Celtiber" ‘On some obscure etymologies of English words’, 143-146.

A., C. ‘Discovery of an ancient tomb’ [Bronze Age cist, Carrickanab, Co. Down], 146-148.

Hore, H. F. ‘Lord Tyrone's ghost’, 149-155.

Brash, R. R. ‘Notes on the round tower controversy’, 155-165.

Anon. ‘Antique wooden implement’ [Aghadowney parish, Co. Londonderry], 165-167.

L., F. N. ‘Ancient horse shoes’ [Edenderry, King's county, Co. Offaly; Roogan td., Ratheavan, Co. Antrim; Tullaghog, Co. Tyrone; Castle Bernard & Tullamore; Rath of Tincurry, Co. Wexford], 167-169.

Editor [note on: Ancient horse shoes], 169.

B., G. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Aqua-vitae’ [distilling in Ireland], 170-171.

Q ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Aqua-vitae’ [distilling in Ireland], 172.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: honey’ [introduction of honey bee to Ireland], 172.

H., A. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: curious life of St. Patrick’, 172-173.

"Erigena" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: tonn tuaithe’ [three famous surges of Ireland. Tonn Tuaithe on River Bann, Co. Londonderry], 173.

P., T. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Shakespeare's use of 'seam' (lard) - Ulster goose fat: guse-seam], 173.

T., C. B. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [1820 letter describing opening of vault at Catholic Abbey of Connor], 173.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Jordanstown’, 174.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Hinck's Illustrations’ [linen manufacture in Co. Down], 174.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: beards’ [Hugh O'Neill putting beard wearers to death], 174.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Carnmoney and Coole’, 174-175.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Beddy’ [meaning of word - greedy, covetous, meanly selfish], 175.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Choo, dog!’ [pronunciation of 'eschew'], 175.

"X. V." ‘Answers to queries: Margery Bisset’ [Greek extraction], 175.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: brough round the moon’ [origin of superstition - moon dogs], 175.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: brough’ [word used in proverb - moon dogs], 175.

Pictet, A. ‘Answers to queries: Waldensian Gaelic’ [Irish in Switzerland], 176.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: frogs’ [indigenous to Ireland], 176.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: Turlough Hogg; Toal's Cloak’ [origins of the expressions], 176.

H., A. ‘Answers to queries: from N to One’ [or from end to one - origin of expression], 176.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: Danish surname’ [Blacker family, Co. Armagh], 176-177.

"Johannes Duns Scotus" ‘Queries’ [origin of legend of MacKenzies descended from Kineth Fitzgerald?], 177.

"Scrutator" ‘Queries’ [which O'Conor was author of The Chronicles of Eri?], 177.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: O'Reilly's money’ [1447 act prohibiting 'clipped' money], 177.

B., G. ‘Queries’ [Ulster tradition of impaling snails on thorns to cure a corn on the foot?], 177.

Anon. ‘Ancient lake-habitations of Switzerland and Ireland’, 179-194.

MacAdam, R. ‘Is the Irish language spoken in Africa?’, 195-200.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Inventory of the household effects of Lord Deputy Lord Leonard Grey, in 1540’, 201-213.

Drennan, W. ‘Illustrations of English etymology from Celtic languages’, 214-218.

Locke, J. ‘On the "heath-beer" of the ancient Scandinavians’, 219-226.

Wattenbach, Dr. ‘The Irish monasteries in Germany’, 227-247.

H., G. ‘Chiefs of the Antrim MacDonnells prior to Sorley Boy’, 247-259.

G., B. ‘Notes and queries: Usquebaugh’ [distilling in Ireland], 260-261.

"A resident in Tyrone" ‘Notes and queries: tradition of Sir Felim O'Neill's death’, 261.

"Senex" ‘Notes and queries: brewing’ [heather beer], 261-262.

L., F. N. ‘Notes and queries’ [corrections to paper on Battle of Magh Rath], 262.

"Tyrotomus" ‘Notes and queries’ [illustration of wooden implement Aghadowney parish, Co. Londonderry (volume 7, p 165) - cheese press?], 262.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Notes and queries’ [medical treatment of Hibernian youth in 1566], 262.

"Senex" ‘Notes and queries: farm’ [origin of word], 262.

"O'Clery" ‘Answers: Waldensian Gaelic’, 263.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Answers: Waldensian Gaelic’, 263.

B., G. ‘Answers’ [re: description of discovery of manuscripts in vault at Catholic Abbey of Conor], 263-264.

L., F. N. ‘Answers: Glenwherry Coley’ [East Antrim species of dog], 264.

"Anti-Hamburg" ‘Answers: Chronicles of Eri’ [published by Roger O'Connor], 264.

P., T. H. ‘Answers: Beddy’ [meaning of word - impudent], 264.

P., S. T. ‘Answers: eschew’ [pronunciation of word], 264.

"Senex" ‘Answers: varnish for iron antiquities’ [suggested method of curation], 264.

M., J. W. ‘Answers: Brogh, Brough’ [meaning of words], 264.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [location of inauguration place of O'Neill Clanneboy known?], 265.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [origin of word 'rapp' - a forged copper coin?], 265.

"A descendant" ‘Queries’ [Captain Edward Pottinger - call for information], 265.

Harlin, T. ‘Queries’ [geographers Johannes de Sancto Bosco & Dicuil - call for information], 265.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Queries’ [artists Charles Jervas, James Latham, James Macardell/MacArdle, Robert Hunter, Jeffrey Hamnet, _ Wilson - call for information], 265.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [origin of placename Macfin, nr. Portrush?], 265.

L., F. N. ‘Queries’ [surname Wilson - translation of MacQuillan?], 265.

"Abhba" ‘Queries: Parish registers in Ireland’ [location of old registers?], 266.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [Greek inscriptions on tombstones at Glendalough, Co. Wicklow?], 266.

"John" ‘Queries’ [Crossgar, Co. Down, known as 'Iver Oge's Bridge'. Emyvale, Co. Monaghan, known as 'Skirnageeragh' - call for information], 266.

"Juvenis" ‘Queries’ [how did Greek & Latin classics become known as 'the Humanities'?], 266.

Hore, H. F. ‘Life in old Ireland’, 267-277.

MacAdam, R. ‘Six hundred Gaelic proverbs collected in Ulster’, 278-287.

O'Laverty, J. ‘Bog-butter’, 288-294.

Wattenbach, Dr. ‘The Irish monasteries in Germany’, 295-313.

His Majesty King Fredrick VII of Denmark ‘On the construction of cromlechs, called in the north of Europe "Giant's chambers"’, 314-323.

Cliborn, E. ‘On the probable age of flint implements found in gravel-beds’, 324-333.

O'Laverty, J. ‘Remarkable correspondence of Irish, Greek, and Oriental legends’, 334-346.

O'Keeffe, C. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Lochlan’ [origin of Irish name - full lake], 347.

de Malahide, T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish language in Africa’, 347.

K. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish language in Africa’, 347-348.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [tradition that waters of Lough Neagh overwhelmed a city], 348.

"Derriensis" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: incident in the siege of Derry’ [Londonderry], 348.

"Cadmus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [seal of the Corporation of Naas, Co. Kildare], 348.

"Camelon" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [gapped bell of St Bridget], 348-349.

"Ultoniensis" ‘Answers to queries: Beddy’ [meaning of word], 350.

P., W. H. ‘Answers to queries: eschew’ [pronunciation of word], 350.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: eschew’ [pronunciation of word], 350-351.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: Skirnageeragh’ [origin of word - Emyvale], 351.

L., F. N. ‘Answers to queries: Sigerson’ [Danish or Celtic origin], 351.

"Pythagoras" ‘Answers to queries: Choo, dog!’ [command to Ulster dogs!], 351.

"Fitzpatrick" ‘Queries’ [Occult learning in Irish cited in Butler's Hudibras], 352.

"Crux" ‘Queries’ [Knights Templar in Ulster], 352.

"MacCathoir" ‘Queries’ [use of bronze in Ireland], 352.

A., J. ‘Queries’ [location of MS by Dr. James Stewart?], 352.

"Juvenis" ‘Queries’ [origin of word 'doit' - a small copper coin], 352.

"Senex" ‘Queries’ [reference to Irish soldiers in the Low Countries in 1586, naked from the waist up & travelling on stilts], 352.

B. W. ‘Queries’ ['Albavado' alternative name for Belfast], 352-353.

P., S. T. ‘Queries’ [use of 'nephew' in English Bible to mean grand-son - same in other works?], 353.

"Scrutator" ‘Queries: Auburn’ [type of tree?], 353.

 

Volume 8. 1860

Troyon, F. ‘Details of discoveries made at the ancient lake-habitations of Switzerland’, 1-14.

Hill, G. ‘The ruins of Bun-na-Mairge (in the county of Antrim):- gleanings of their history’ [Bonamarghy], 14-26.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Lord Deputy of Ireland's household expenses. (circa, 1580.)’, 27-34.

Pictet, A. ‘Letter from Professor Adolphe Pictet, of Geneva’, 34-35.

Clibborn, E. ‘On the gold antiquities found in Ireland’, 36-54.

McCormac, H. ‘The Aryan unity’, 55-62.

Anon. ‘Court-martial held two centuries ago, at Portaferry, county Down’, 62-69.

"Comas" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: Legends paper], 70-72.

Hore, H. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: extinction of the English language in Ireland’ [re: Life in old Ireland paper], 72.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish language in Africa’ [Berber], 72-73.

"Retro" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Shakespeare & 'Spectre of the Brocken'], 73.

"Retro" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Shakespeare & Ulster dialect], 73.

"Celtiber" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [origin of phrase 'cap him'], 73.

"Retro" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [French name changing], 73.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Hogmanay night’ [origin of], 73.

O'Gorman, T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: wooden horse shoes’, 73-74.

Bell, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Aran islands - origin of name], 74-75.

H., G. ‘Answers to queries: Johannes de Sacro Bosco’ [1180-1244 AD], 75-76.

H., G. ‘Answers to queries: Dicuil’ [7th C writer], 76.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: the MacKenzies’, 76.

L., W. ‘Answers to queries: bon-fire’ [origin of term], 76.

"Scrutator" ‘Answers to queries: bon-fire’ [origin of term], 76.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: doit’ [origin of word], 76.

"Belfastiensis" ‘Answers to queries: Albavado alias Belfast’, 76.

Anon. ‘Proceedings of the Scottish and English forces in the north of Ireland, A.D. 1642’, 77-87.

Clibborn, E. ‘Historical argument on the origin of the Irish gold antiquities’, 88-98.

MacAdam, R. ‘Ancient Irish trumpets’ [Bronze Age horns], 99-110.

Windele, J. ‘Cahir Conri’ [Co. Kerry], 111-126.

Hill, G. ‘Gleanings in family history from the Antrim coast’, 127-144.

Barnard Davis, J. ‘Irish ethnology’, 145-148.

"Incredulus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: ancient horse shoes’, 149.

P., S. T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [misuse of 'excelsior'], 149.

"Cosmas" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [ancient similarities between countries], 149-150.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Hogmanay night’ [origin of], 150.

P., S. T. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [use of 'Morian' or 'Mooryan' to describe African origin], 150.

"Cosmas" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Native American & Babylonian ways of eating fish], 151.

Y., R. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Celtic grave found at Lille, France - altar & golden sickle], 151.

M., J. W. ‘Answers to queries: battle of Aura’ [Co. Antrim, 1569], 151.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries: the letters B and V’ [Irish pronunciation of], 151-152.

"Jerome" ‘Answers to queries: Rap-halfpenny’ [from German coin: a Rap], 152.

"Reginald" ‘Answers to queries: Auburn’ [tree & colour], 152.

"X. X." ‘Queries’ [bull-baiting practiced in Ireland?], 152.

O., R. ‘Queries’ [origin of 'Collin Ward' hill nr. Belfast], 152.

"Arthur" ‘Queries’ [age of townland names], 152.

B. ‘Queries’ [Ulster placename - Rinnehinn Beara? & Kinvara, Co. Clare], 152.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Unpublished poems relating to Ulster in 1642-43’, 153-171.

Hume, A. ‘A few notes upon coal’, 172-178.

Hore, H. F. ‘Sydney's memoir of his government in Ireland’, 179-195.

Anon. ‘Gleanings in family history from the Antrim coast’, 196-210.

Reeves, W. ‘Early Irish calligraphy’, 210-212

Keller, F. ‘Illuminations and fac-similes from Irish manuscripts in the libraries of Switzerland’, 212-230.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Home Office notice on finding treasure], 231.

"Erigena" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Lady-like orthography in the olden time’ [tombstone of Sidney, Early of Godolphin, Westminster Abbey, d. 1712], 231.

H., A. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: MacGillicuddy's Reeks’ [origin of name], 231-232.

H., A. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: beggars' badges’, 232.

"O'F." ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Migration of Milesians], 232-233.

"Mac. N." ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: Irish gold antiquities], 233.

"Mac. N." ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: gleanings in family history from the Antrim coast], 233-234.

"Senex" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: Irish gold antiquities], 234.

"Tereus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [killing swallows], 234.

"Hanno" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [ship-shaped temple in Co. Louth], 234-235.

"Zoilus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [plants in the 'Lady of the Lake'], 235.

"Senescens" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [meaning of 'sur-rein'd'], 235.

"MacN" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [crania & race], 235-236.

"Abhba" ‘Answers to queries: bull-baiting in Ireland’, 236.

"Senex" ‘Answers to queries: bull-baiting’, 236-237.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Answers to queries’ [Ulster placename - Rinnehinn Beara? & Kinvara, Co. Clare], 237.

"Celtiber" ‘Answers to queries: Auburn tree’ [tree & colour], 237.

"Bran" ‘Answers to queries: Eschew-Choo’ [meanings of Irish words], 237.

B. ‘Queries’ [original name of Brandon Mountains, Co. Kerry?], 238.

"Hanno" ‘Queries’ [Island in lake at Fair Head, Co. Antrim?], 238.

H., A. ‘Queries: cash’ [placenames with 'cash' element?], 238.

H., A. ‘Queries: leaze’ [origin of word?], 238.

H., A. ‘Queries: ymnake’ [origin of word?], 238.

"Abhba" ‘Queries’ [George blacker - high sheriff of Antrim in 1660 - call for information], 238.

O'Donovan, J. ‘Pre-Christian notices of Ireland’, 239-251.

Webb, M. ‘The clan of the MacQuillans of Antrim’, 251-268.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Early Anglo-Irish poetry’, 268-279.

Bolt Brash, W. ‘The round tower controversy: - the belfry theory examined’, 280-291.

Reeves, W. ‘Early Irish calligraphy’, 291-308.

Anon. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the natural riches of Ireland’ [extracts of 1689 letter], 309-310.

"Tereus" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: swallows’ [Irish & Etruscan dislike of], 311.

"Carbonaro" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: early use of coal’ [1265 & 1291 in Scotland], 311.

MacN. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: MacAuley’ [re: previous paper in journal], 311.

H., A. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: archery in Ireland’ [location of butts in Irish towns?], 311-312.

H., A. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: dinglety-cootch’ [origin of phrase + Tibb's Eve], 312.

"Morgan" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: the wren’ [wrens & druids], 312.

P., T. H. ‘Answers to queries: Hogmanay’ [origin of + wrens], 313.

M., R. ‘Answers to queries: leaze’ [origin of], 313.

"Tyro" ‘Answers to queries’ [leaze - origin of], 313.

"Tyro" ‘Answers to queries: cash’ [term for covered drain in Co. Tyrone], 313.

"Tyro" ‘Answers to queries: ymnake’ [origin of word - cattle driver/idle man etc.], 313-314.

M., J. W. ‘Queries’ [locations & origins of Belfast placenames], 314.

"Cymro" ‘Queries’ ["Irish Triads"], 314.

"Erasmus" ‘Queries’ ["St Patrick's Book of Proverbs"], 314.

 

Volume 9. 1861-1862

The Earl of McCartney ‘Gleanings in family history from the Antrim coast’, 1-16.

O'Donovan, J. ‘The lost and missing Irish manuscripts’, 16-28.

Windele, J. ‘Ancient Irish gold’ [object from Kanturk, Co. Cork etc.], 28-50.

O'Laverty, J. ‘Ancient Irish crozier’ [Cushendun, Co. Antrim], 51-56.

Hill, G. ‘The MacQuillans of the route’, 57-70.

MacN. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Cannibalism in Ireland’, 71.

Senex ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Brazen trumpets’, 71-72.

MacN. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: The Clan of the MacQuillans on Antrim. Vol 3, p251], 72.

Partholanus ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [Alexander the Great & Aughris Head, Co. Sligo], 72.

Senex ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish bulls’ [Tall stories … skull of Rakoczy as a boy], 72-73.

C. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [woman riding two horses at once], 73.

T.H.P. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Shakespeare’ ['sea of troubles' and Greek origins], 74.

N. Q. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [practice of making piles of limestone rocks, Cong, Co. Galway], 74.

S. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Paul Jones’ [Lt. Wm. Dobbs buried in Lisburn Cathedral, killed in battle against pirate Jones], 74.

Credo ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Horse shoes’ [use of by Romans], 74.

Murphy, J. W. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [silver penny of Edward, frond at Cross of Arboe, Co. Tyrone], 74.

G. B. ‘Answers to queries’ [flax spinning in Ulster], 75-76.

Senex ‘Answers to queries: Collin-Ward’ [Scots term wart/ward - mound on high ground for signalling], 76-77.

F. D. F. ‘Queries’ [monogram on stone at Grey Abbey, Co. Down], 77.

G. B. ‘Queries’ [quotations from Coote's Survey of the County of Armagh], 77.

Viator ‘Queries’ [first use of jaunting cars in Ireland], 78.

Erasmus ‘Queries’ [meanings of Ulster phrases], 78.

Hore, H. F. ‘The old bards of Ulster’, 79-94.

O'Donovan, J. ‘The Fomorians and Lochlanns. Pedigrees of MacCabe of Ireland and MacLeod of Scotland’, 94-105.

Drennan, W. ‘Celtic etymons of English words’, 106-110.

The Editor ‘Remarkable ancient cemetery in the county of Down’ [cairn at Grey Abbey, Early Bronze Age cists], 111-113.

Grainger, J. ‘Results of excavations in High Street, Belfast’ [post-Medieval tokens etc.], 113-121.

Hill, G. ‘Shane O'Neill's expedition against the Antrim Scots, 1565’, 122-141.

Purdon, C. D. ‘The French settlers in Ireland - No. 9. Belfast’, 142-144.

A. M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [ways of the country in Banbridge and Rathfriland, Co. Down], 145-146.

"Ollamh Fodhla" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: The MacQuillans’, 146.

Senex ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Brazen cauldrons - gold torques’ [torcs. Passage from Livy], 146-147.

Senex ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [tooth ware on skulls from King's County/Offaly & Scottish tumuli], 147.

F. O. M. ‘Answers to queries: Monogram at Grey Abbey’ [Co. Down. Lady Montgomery], 148.

Belfastiensis ‘Answers to queries: Early flax spinning mills in the county Antrim’, 148.

Belfastiensis ‘Answers to queries: Bull-baiting’ [in field nr. Peter's Hill, Belfast], 148-149.

Auriga ‘Answers to queries: Proverb, "East Rain, &c."’ [re: Vol 9, p. 78], 149.

T. H. P. ‘Answers to queries: Saffron’ [ancient Irish dyed linen with saffron?], 149.

M. E. ‘Queries’ [re: bones of Laurence O'Toole & crozier of St. Patrick & Walter Wellesley], 150.

M. W. ‘Queries’ [earliest use of Ulster red hand?], 150.

MacIlwaine, W. ‘Notice of a hitherto unpublished portion of the "Montgomery Manuscripts"’, 151-171.

Westropp, H. M. ‘The round towers of Ireland and the French "Fanaux de Cimetiere"’, 171-176.

Hore, H. F. ‘Colonel Thomas Smyth's settlement in the Ardes. 1572’  [Co. Down], 177-182.

Pinkerton, W. ‘Some notices of Sir Arthur Chichester, Baron of Belfast’, 183-196.

Windele, J. ‘Ancient Irish gold and its origin, with notes on early Irish navigation and commerce’, 197-222.

MacAdam, R. ‘Six hundred Gaelic proverbs collected in Ulster’, 223-236.

MacAdam, R. ‘Stone sepulchral urns’ [example from Carncoagh, Skerry, Co. Antrim, Bronze Age. Other stone urns also listed], 236-238.

Grattan, J. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Worn-down teeth in ancient skulls’ [re: Vol 9, p. 147], 239.

J. H. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [notes on Lurgan, Co. Armagh], 239-240.

Hore, H. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries’ [re: Shane O'Neill], 240.

T. H. P. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Round towers’, 240-241.

L. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: The Hills and Magees’ [contract of mutual protection, 1641], 241.

Webb, M. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: The name of MacQuillan’ [origin of], 241-243.

"Arthur" ‘Queries’ [origin of Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone], 243.

"Flann" ‘Queries’ [origin of Irish silver], 243.

Hore, H. F. ‘The Earl of Essex's enterprise for the recovery of Ulster’, 245-255.

Hackett, W. ‘The Irish Bacach, or professional beggar, viewed archaeologically’, 256-271.

"H" ‘On the use of certain antique bronze articles, supposed by some to be musical instruments’ [latchet brooches etc], 271-277.

MacIlwaine, W. ‘The Montgomery manuscripts’, 278-293.

MacAdam, R. ‘Ancient leather cloak’ [or headdress of sewn otter skins from bog at Derrykeighan, Co. Antrim, in 1861. Early Christian to Medieval?], 294-300.

Hill, G. ‘Notices of the Clan Ian Mór, or Clan-Donnell Scots, especially of the branch settled in Ireland’, 301-317.

Skene, W. F, ‘The MacLeods of Scotland’, 317-320.

Senex ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Brazen cauldrons’, 321-322.

Hore, H. F. ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Irish gold’, 322.

"H" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Delap’ [surname. French settlers in Ireland], 322-323.

"H" ‘Antiquarian notes and queries: Surnames’ [families of Blythe, Joy & Gay living side by side on road from Hillsborough to Moira, Co. Down], 323.

T. K. L. ‘Answers to queries: The Downshire family of Trotter’, 323-324.

"Civis" ‘Answers to queries: "An East rain, " &c.’ [proverbs], 324-325.

“Lewis” ‘Answers to queries: Pomeroy’ [origin of name, Co. Tyrone], 325.

Pedestrian ‘Answers to queries: Jaunting cars’ [origin of], 325.

Tria Juncta in Uno ‘Queries: Shamrock’ [trefoil & quatrefoil], 325.

Yule ‘Queries: Christmas’ [correct date for removal of Xmas greenery?], 325.

D. C. L. ‘Queries: Curfew’ [use of curfew-vessel in Ireland? & Curfew bell], 325.

Senex ‘Queries: Christening’ [French work noting superstition of not naming child for any living relative], 325-326.

D. C. L. ‘Queries: May-Day’ [any May Day/Beltane fires in 1861?], 32.