IRISH MIDLAND STUDIES.
ESSAYS IN COMMEMORATION OF N.W. ENGLISH.
Edited by Harman Murtagh, 1980.
?Murtagh, Harman: N.W. English (1922–1978), 1-2
O'Brien, Gearoid: A bibliography of the writings of N.W. English, 3-4.
Fanning, Thomas: & Ó hÉailidhe, Pádraig: Some cross-inscribed slabs from the Irish midlands, 5-23.
Harbison, Peter: A lost Crucifixion plaque of Clonmacnoise type found in County Mayo, 24-38.
Graham, B.J.: The mottes of the Norman liberty of Meath, 39-56.
Weir, Anthony: Exhibitionists and related carvings in the Irish midlands: their origins and functions, 57-72.
Conlan, Patrick: The medieval priory of Saints Peter and Paul in Athlone, 73-83.
Claffey, J.A.: Rindoon windmill tower, 84-88.
Murtagh, Harman: The town wall fortifications of Athlone, 89-106.
Cronin, T.: The Elizabethan colony in Co. Roscommon, 107-120.
Loeber, Rolf: Civilization through plantation: the projects of Mathew De Renzi, 121-135.
Craig, Maurice & O’Connell, John: Rath Reagh Church, 136-141.
Timoney, Martin A.: Two stone Crucifixion plaques from east Connacht, 142-146.
Murray, Patrick: Goldsmith’s ancestry: fact and tradition, 147-158.
Egan, Patrick K.: The forebears of Doctor William James MacNevin, 159-167.
Kerrigan, Paul M.: The defences of the Shannon: Portumna to Athlone 1793–1815, 168-192.
Delany, Ruth: Athlone navigation works, 1757–1849, 193-204.
Black, Eileen: Richard Rothwell (1800–68) and his works in the Ulster Museum, 205-212.
Byrne, Michael: The distilling industry in Offaly, 1780–1954, 213-228.
O’Brien, Brendan: Amateur drama in Athlone: some early records, 229-230.
Delaney, J.G.: The harvest in north Offaly, 239-249.
Broderick, John: Redeeming the time , 250-255.