Author:Patrick Weston Joyce

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Patrick Weston Joyce
LL.D., T.C.D., M.R.I.A.; Commissioner for the Publication of the Ancient Laws of Ireland; Principal of the Government Training College, Marlborough Street, Dublin; President of the Royal Society of Antiquarians, Ireland

This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "P. W. J."

Patrick Weston Joyce


  • A hand-book of school management and methods of teaching (1867) [1]
  • How to prepare for civil service competition, under the new regulations (1871) [2]
  • Irish Names of Places (1869, 1873, 1913) in 3 vols. and multiple editions v.1 v.2 v.3
  • Ancient Irish Music
  • A Short History of Ireland to 1608 in multiple editions [3]
  • A Child's History of Ireland
  • Irish local names explained (1885) [4]
  • A Social History of Ancient Ireland (1903) in 2 vols. 3rd ed (1920) v.1 3rd ed (1920) v.2
  • A Concise History of Ireland: From the Earliest Times to 1837 (1893) in multiple editions 12th ed. 1903
  • A grammar of the Irish language (1896) [5]
  • A reading book in Irish history : for fourth standard (1901) [6]
  • Atlas and cyclopedia of Ireland. Part I: A comprehensive delineation of the thirty-two counties, with a, map of each. Part II: The general history (1905) [7]
  • The story of ancient Irish civilisation (1908) [8]
  • English as we speak it in Ireland (1910) (transcription project)
  • Ireland and Scotland ([c1910]) [9]
  • The wonders of Ireland and other papers on Irish subjects (1911) [10]
  • Old Celtic Romances translated from the Gaelic (1879) [11]

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