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  • The Dublin University Calendar (Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd);
  • Eigse: A Journal of Irish Studies (Dublin 1939-);
  • Eriu: [founded as] the Journal of the School of Irish Learning Devoted to Irish Philology and Literature (Dublin 1904-);
  • Envoy: An Irish Review of Literature and Art (edited by John Ryan and Valentin Iremonger; Dublin 1949-51);
  • The Furrow (edited by J.G. McGarry; Naas 1949-);
  • Hermathena: A Series of Papers on Literature, Science and Philosophy by Members of Trinity College, Dublin (Dublin 1913-);
  • The Irish Book (edited by Alf MacLochlann; Dublin 1959-64);
  • The Irish Book Lover: A Monthly Review of Irish Literature and Bibliography (edited by John S. Crone, later by Seamus O Casaide, then Colm O’Lochlann; Dublin 1909-57; superseded by The Irish Book);
  • The Irish Bookman (edited by Seamus Cambell; Dublin 1956);
  • Irish Historical Studies: The Joint Journal of the Irish Historical Society and the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies (Dublin and Oxford);
  • Irish Writing: The Magazine of Contemporary Irish Literature (edited by David Marcus and Terence Smith, Cork 1946-54; and by Sean J. White 1954-57);
  • Kavanagh's Weekly: A Journal of Literature and Politics (edited by Patrick and Peter Kavanagh; nos 1-13, Dublin, 12 April-5 July 1952);
  • Poetry Ireland (edited by David Marcus, Cork 1948-54; John Jordan, Cork 1963-68; superseded by Poetry Ireland Review, edited by John F. Deane et al., Dublin 1981-);
  • Rann: An Ulster Quarterly of Poetry and Comment (edited by Barbara Hunter and Roy McFadden; Belfast 1948-53).
  • Register of Prohibited Publications: I. Supplementary list of Prohibited Books: II. Register of Prohibited Periodical Publications (Dublin: The StationeryOffice 1958).
  • Report of the Commission on Emigration and Other Population Problems 1948-1954 (Dublin: The Stationery Office 1956).
  • Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review of Letters, Philosophy and Science (Dublin 1912-);
  • Threshold (edited by Mary O’Malley and John Hewitt; Belfast 1957-) .
  • University College Dublin: Calendar for the Session 1948-58 (Dublin: Browne and Nolan);
  • University Review: Official Organ of the Graduates Association of the National University of Ireland (edited by Lorna Reynolds; Dublin 1954-68) [later Irish University Review].

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