7th Novr. 1838
I send you the following name books; please to acknowledge the receipt of them. Two topographical words of frequent occurrence in them have puzzled me much viz Gurraun, a shrubbery and Graig a word of doubtful though probably of Anglo-Norman origin to signify a village. I have made the former Garraun and the latter graig to conform with the original Irish spelling. Graigue would I think be too long and uncouth looking.
T. A. Larcom Esqr.
|Monivea, Barony of Tiaquin||}||3 Books||Oranmore||3 Books|
|Monivea, Barony of Clare||}||1 Book||Clare Galway||1 Book|
|Abbey, Barony of Tiaquin||}||1 Book||Ph. of St. Nicholas||1 Book|
|Abbey, Barony of Clare||}||1 Book||Rahoon||5 Books|
|Killoscobe||}||1 Book||Kilmeen||1 Book|
|Clonkeen||}||1 Book||Kilteskil||1 Book|
|Killasolan||}||2 Books||Kilconickny||2 Books|
|Killimer Daly||}||1 Book||Kilcooly||1 Book|
|Kiltulla||}||1 Book||Leitrim||1 Book|
|Lickerrig||}||2 Books||Bullaun||1 Book|
|Issertkelly||}||1 Book||Kilreekil||1 Book|
|Killeeneen||}||1 Book||Total -||35 Books|