"The Beauties of Killarney" (U17.1369)
"When We Were Boys by William O'Brien M.P. (green cloth, slightly faded, envelope bookmark at p.217).
Thoughts from Spinoza (maroon leather).
The Story of the Heavens by Sir Robert Ball (blue cloth)." (U17.1370)

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"Ellis's Three Trips to Madagascar (brown cloth, title obliterated).
The Stark-Munro Letters by A. Conan Doyle, " (U17.1374)

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"property of the City of Dublin Public Library, 106 Capel street, lent 21 May (Whitsun Eve) 1904, due 4 June 1904, 13 days overdue (black cloth binding, bearing white letternumber ticket).
Voyages in China by “Viator” (recovered with brown paper, red ink title).
Philosophy of the Talmud (sewn pamphlet)." (U17.1375)
"Lockhart's Life of Napoleon (cover wanting, marginal annotations, minimising victories, aggrandising defeats of the protagonist).
Soll und Haben by Gustav Freytag (black boards, Gothic characters, cigarette coupon bookmark at p. 24)." (U17.1381)

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"Hozier's History of the Russo-Turkish War (brown cloth, 2 volumes, with gummed label, Garrison Library, Governor's Parade, Gibraltar, on verso of cover).
Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland by William Allingham (second edition, green cloth, gilt trefoil design, previous owner's name on recto of flyleaf erased).
A Handbook of Astronomy (cover, brown leather, detached, S plates, antique letterpress long primer, author's footnotes nonpareil, marginal clues brevier, captions small pica).
The Hidden Life of Christ (black boards)." ([U17.1385])

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"Garrison Library, Governor's Parade, Gibraltar, on verso of cover" (U17.1386)

One of the buildings on this PC must be the library from which the book was borrowed (by Major Tweedy?) and never returned.
PC showing the Library on Gunner's Parade street, Gibraltar.
A closer view of the Library in Gibraltar.
"In the Track of the Sun (yellow cloth, titlepage missing, recurrent title intestation)." (U17.1395)

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"Physical Strength and How to Obtain It by Eugen Sandow (red cloth)." (U17.1397)
"Short but yet Plain Elements of Geometry written in French by F. Ignat. Pardies and rendered into Englifh by John Harris D.D., London, printed for R. Knaplock at the Bifhop's Head, MDCCXI, " (U17.1398)

Thif if a later edition, printed MDCCXXV.
"with dedicatory epiftle to his worthy friend Charles Cox, efquire, Member of Parliament for the burgh of Southwark and having ink calligraphed statement on the flyleaf certifying that the book was the property of Michael Gallagher, dated this 10th day of May 1822 and requefting the perfon who should find it, if the book should be loft or go aftray," (U17.1400)
"to reftore it to Michael Gallagher, carpenter, Dufery Gate, Ennifcorthy, county Wicklow, the fineft place in the world." (U17.1405)
"What reflections occupied his mind during the process of reversion of the inverted volumes?
The necessity of order, a place for everything and everything in its place: the deficient appreciation of literature possessed by females: the incongruity of an apple incuneated in a tumbler and of an umbrella inclined in a closestool: the insecurity of hiding any secret document behind, beneath or between the pages of a book." (U17.1408)
"Which volume was the largest in bulk?
Hozier's History of the Russo-Turkish War.

What among other data did the second volume of the work in question contain?
The name of a decisive battle (forgotten), frequently remembered by a decisive officer, major Brian Cooper Tweedy (remembered)." ([U17.1415])

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