Wilde, Oscar (1854-1900), Irish writer

Ewart Map A 1680

Hibernica Collection

Queen's University Belfast, Special Collections

The Hibernica Collection, or Henry Collection as it was previously known, is a substantial collection of monographs, periodicals and pamphlets of general Irish interest and/or origin, being strongest in history and literature, and also including works of Scottish Gaelic, Welsh and Breton. Officially established in 1929 with a deposit of 1000 volumes from the personal library of R.M. Henry (Profess ...

R. S. Lepper Collection

Linen Hall Library

The R.S. Lepper Collection at the Linen Hall Library consists of approximately 1,500 volumes of genealogical, Irish and Scottish interest. Included in the collection are some extremely rare and valuable items. Wright's "Louthiana (1748), Wood-Martin's "Traces of the elderfaiths of Ireland" (1902), Wilde's "Beauties of the Boyne and its tributary the Blackwater" (1849), and Wakefield's "Account of ...