Vol. I, Books printed in Dublin by Known Printers 16002-1882 (1916), pp.690. Preface cites Bradshaws address to 1882: one of the most admirable features of the Bodleian Library, to my mind, is the way in which the private library of a specialist like Gough or Malone, has become, when bequeathed to Oxford, the germ of a still more precious collection, in which the University has constituted itself the mans heir and continued his collection. [v]
The collection as made by Bradshaw fell into three divisions: 1. Books printed in Ireland. 2 Books written by Irishmen. 3 Books relating to Ireland [vii]
The first vol. contains books printed in Dublin of which the printers are known. The second contains 1) books printed in Dublin of which the printer is not known, 2) Irish provincial printing, 3) works of Irish authors printed elsewhere, arranged alphabetically, 4) books printed elsewhere which relate to Ireland, arranged chronologically, 5) an Appx. consisting of a catalogue of books presented by the Rev R. J. McGhee, 6) a second Appx. containing the list of books added to the Collection by purchase during the compilation of the catalogue, or which, being already in other parts of the library, an entry is inserted. Among these are two vols. of Ballads (4815, 4818).
The Collection of Ballads formed by Sir Frederick Madden (8605, 8606) has been indexed with these. 7) Addenda and corrigenda. The third volume contains the Index. Pag.: vol. 1 690pp.; vol. 2, to p.1340; Index, to p.196[end]. The main collection reaches up virtually to the 1880s, with later additions to date of publication.
Vol. I: known booksellers, publishers and printers, includes James Duffy, Printer and Publisher (1838), and James Duffy and Sons, Publisher (1882), occupy pp.627-631, and begin with item 3765, The Pocket Missal, for the use of the Laity Dublin 1838 [which incl. a psalm for the Queen of England]; Andrew Donlevy, Catechism, 3rd ed., for Royal Coll. of St. Patrick, Maynooth 1848, and works by Cardinal Paul Cullen, Charles William Russell DD, Keating, trans. Dermod OConnor [later ed.], 1854; also Martin Haverty, History of Ireland ancient and modern, 1860; Patrick Francis Moran, Memoirs of Oliver Plunket, 1861; Eugene OCurry, Lectures on the MSS materials &c [in] 1855 and 1856, 1861; T Darcy McGee, Gallery of Irish Writers 17th c., 1863; E[dward OReilly, Dictionary [sic only] 1864; CP Meehan [Rev. MRIA], the rise and fall of the Franciscan monasteries, and memoirs of the Irish Hierarchy in the seventeenth c. 1869; Charles G. Duffy, A Birds Eye View of Irish History, enl. ed. 1882; CP Meehan, The Confederation of Kilkenny, new ed. enl. 1882; Daniel OConnell, A Memoir on Ireland native and Saxon, 3rd ed. (Dublin:Duffy; London:1a Paternoster Row [n.a.1885].
Note that Borlase, E., History [printed O Nelson] 1743 Fo, is associated with the bookseller Charles Connor. His only other publication is Clanricarde, Memoirs [S Power] 1744, 8o. (p.247)
The Printer Patrick Byrne issued works including letters to the Volunteers in the Province of Ulster [?Drennan]; William Wenman Seward, The rights of the People Asserted and Necessity of a more equal representation in parl. stated and proved. Wherein the resolutions of the vol. Delegates at Dungannon Sept. 8 1783 are partic. considered; work by Sir Capel Molyneux; Mr Pitts reply to Mr Orde; the Speech of Rt. Hon. Thomas Orde [Lord Bolton] for a commercial adjustment between GB and Ireland 12 Aug. 1785; Mr Burkes Speech on the Motion made for Papers Relative to the direction for charging the Nabob of Arcots private debts to Europeans on the revenues of the Carnatic, 28 Feb. 1785, 8o; foxs Reply to Pitt [on] laws for reg. of trade and navigation, 31 May 1785; John Hely Hutchinson, Sec. of State, to Mayor of Cork; James Laffan, Political Arithmetic of the Population, Commerce, and Manufactures of Ireland, with Observations on the Relative Situation of GB and Ireland MDCCLXXV  &c.
Burke, Thoughts, &c. (G. Faulkner, 1770), 8o
List of Authorities cited incl.: Dix, ER McC., Catalogue of Early Dublin-printed books, 1601-1700, with hist. Intro. and Bibl. notes by C Winston Dugan, 4 pts. and Suppl. (Dublin 1898-1912); The Earliest Journals Published in Dublin, rep. of Proc. RIA, 3rd ser. Vol. VI., no. 1 (Dublin 1900); The Earliest Dublin Printing, with List of Books etc. printed in Dublin prior to 1601 (Dublin 1901). Also Dix and J Cassedy, List of Books, Pamphlets, etc. printed wholly, or partly, in Irish, from the earliest period to 1820 [compiled Dix and Seamus ua Casaidhe] (Dublin 1905; enl. Dublin 1913), sect. 1.
Also: N. Donnelly, B[ishp]p., History of
the Dublin Parishes, vols. 1 & 2 (Dublin 1905-14): in progress [in
Vol. 2, specimens