Tracts Relating to Ireland. Printed for the Irish Archaeological Society. Two Volumes. Original brown cloth boards, decorated in blind, titles lettered in gilt to spines; Volume two re-backed, a near fine set. [Volume One]: (i) The Circuit of Ireland, by Muircheartach MacNeill. Prince of Aileach; A Poem, written in the Year 942. By Cormacan Eigeas, Chief Poet of the North of Ireland. Now for the First Time Printed, with a Translation and Notes, by John O'Donovan. Pp, , 68 + index. (ii) A Brief Description of Ireland: 1590. Edited by Aquillia Smith, M.D. Dublin: IAS, 1841. Pp, 31 + index. [Volume Two]. (i) A Treatice of Ireland. Now First Published from a Manuscript Preserved in the Museum; with Notes, by the Rev. Richard Butler. Dublin: Irish archaeological Society, 1842. Pp, 90. (ii) Annals de Monte Fernandi (Annals of Multifernan). Edited by Aquilla Smith. Pp, 26. Dublin: ISA, 1842. (iii). A Statue of the Fortieth Year of King Edward Third. Enacted in a Parliament Held in Kilkenny, A.D. 1367, before Lionel Duke of Clarence, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Now first printed from a Manuscript on the Library of his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth; with a Translation and Notes by James Hardiman. Dublin: IAC, 1843. Pp, , 121.