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Ware (James)

  • d. 1666
  • authors, scholars
(Sir) James Ware, Irish scholar, historian and antiquarian
Ware, James, De praesulibus Hiberniae, commentarius: a prima gentis Hibernicae fidem Christianam conversione ad nostra usque tempora, Dublin: John Crook, 1665.
Ware, James, De Hibernia et antiquitatibus eius, disquisitiones, E. Tyler, 1658.
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Ware, James, S. Patricio, qui Hibernos ad fidem Christi convertit, adscripta opuscula, London: apud Johannem Crook, 1656.
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Ware, James, De scriptoribus Hiberniae, Dublin, 1639.
Ware, James (ed.), The historie of Ireland: collected by three learned authors, viz. Meredith Hanmer ..., Edmund Campion ... and Edmund Spenser, Dublin: Societie of Stationers, 1633.  
The original title is Two histories of Ireland. For slight variations in the issues that were printed in the same year, see A catalogue of the Bradshaw collection of Irish books in the University Library Cambridge, vol. 1: 6 (Hib. 4. 63. 1-7).


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