See Julia Carlson, Banned in Ireland (Georgia UP; London: Routledge
1990), refs. to Foley, A Minstrel boy with a Satchel of Books , in Irish University Review, 4 (Autumn 1974), p.211; also contains interview with Foley (30
Oct. 1987), Dublin.
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Donated to Trinity College Library by [one] Dermot Foley: Go mairidh ár ngaedhilg slán: rallying song of the Gaelic League music by Annie W. Patterson ; prize Irish poem by Dermot Foley (1905). Also, the antiquarian titles; The battle of Hastings: a tragedy by Richard Cumberland, Esq., as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane (1778); The Count of Narbonne: a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden by Robert Jephson, Esq (1781); The flitch of bacon: a comic opera, in two acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market by the Rev. Hen. Bate (1779); Know your own mind: a comedy, performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden [by] Chamberlaine, Hannah, fl.1780-d.1790 [printer] , et al. 1788); The man of ten thousand: a comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane by Thomas Holcroft (1796); Self immolation: or, The sacrifice of love: a play in three acts by Augustus von Kotzebue. Faithfully translated from the German, by Henry Neuman Esq (1799); The stranger: a comedy freely translated from Kotzebue's German comedy of Misanthropy and repentance (1798); A vindication of the Convocation and the Lord Chancellor of Ireland: in answer to the Englishman's defence of the C-s. In a letter to Mr. Steel, with a postscript to the author of the Flying Post no.3442 By the editor of Aristides [i.e. Patrick Delany] (1714) [COPAC]
Clare Library Website identifies Dermot Foley as Librarian and founder of that website.
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