[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]

[pp694-726 of section - note all Manx Quarterly, Manx Worthies refs are online]

GARRETT , William [of Ballabrooie], 1643. In A.W.M. Hist., p. 237.

GARRETT (Rev. Philip, 1771-1842). The Methodist Preacher. By Richard Felvus. London: Whittaker K Co. 1864. pp. 38. 168x103. [4641, G 88]
See also 'Manx Worthies,' pp. 49-51.

The less-known Methodist Writers. By the editor of the Wesleyan Meth. Mag. [Dr. Benjamin Gregory]. London: Wesleyan Conference Office. 1877. pp. 60-69 and 119-128. 218x139. 6d. [3580, G tifil
The sketch is contained in two issues - Jan. and Feb. Methodist Preacher. In Rosser's Wes. Meth. pp. 204-6, 1849.

GARSIDE (Robert). In Mx Quar. No. 3, 1907.

GAWNE (Edward, of Kentraugh). In 'Manx .Sun, 13th Oct., 1837.

GAWNE (Edward Moore, H.K., of Kentraugh, 1802- 1871). In M.W., p. 75.

GAWNE (Mrs. Emily Maria, of Kentraugh, 1814 - 1889). In M.W. p. 203.

GAWNE (Captain Thomas, Brit. Mere. Marine). In 11Ix Quar. No. 18, 1917.

GELL (Sir James, 1823-1905). By William Cubbon. In Dic. of National Biog., 1906.

GELL (Sir James, C.V.O.). Manx National PortraitGallery, No. 7. In I.M. Times, 2nd Nov., 1901. [5790]

GELL (James Stowell, high-Bailiff of Castletown and Douglas). In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920, and Barrovian, Nov. 1919.

GELL (Rev. John). Journal of. In Mx Soc, xxx, 1880, pp. 1-11.

GELL (Captain John, 1761-1845). In M.W. p. 177.

GELL (John, of Kirkell). In Mx Wes. Meth. Record, vol. 13, p. 141.

GELL and GILL Families. In Biog. Sketches fol. p. 1.

GELLING (Richard D., Secretary of the Tynwald Court). References in the Manx Press. April, 1929. [5893, G88]

GENESTE (F. D. P.). Memoirs of, by the Rev. Hugh Stowell, Rector of Ballaugh. Liverpool: D. Marples. 1827. pp. 139. Illus. of Douglas. 150x95. [5772, G 88]
Francis De la Pryme Geneste, the subject of the memoir, was the son of Lewis Geneste and Catherine, and was born in Douglas Sept. 20th, 1804, and died there in 1826. A poem on his death was written hy the Rev. Robert Brown, Vicar of Kirk Braddan. The family of Geneste is understood to be French Huguenot.

GIBSON (Captain Andrew, of the S. Pkt. Co.). In Mx Quar. No. 18, 1917.

GICK (Rev. John, missionary in the West Indies, 1821). In Rosser's Wes. Methodism, p. 203, 1849.

GILL (Thomas Howard). His Life and Work: Isle of Man, Manchester, Rome, Trowbridge, Paris, Tonbridge. By Eliza F. Pollard. London: S. W. Partridge & Co. 1895. pp. viii,160. Portraits of Rev. T. H. Gill and his father and mother, and views in Paris, and Tonbridge and Old Kirk Malew Vicarage. 182x125. [841, G 88]
The Rev. T. H. Gill was the fifth and youngest son of the Rev. William Gill, Vicar of Kirk Malew, and Ann Stowell, daughter of the Rev. Hugh Stowell, Rector of Ballaugh.

GILL (Rev. Thomas Howard, 1837 - 1894). In M. W., p. 44. In Mx Ch. Mag., July 1894.

GILL (John Frederick, 1842-1899). In M.W., p. 69.

GILL (Captain William, I.M.S.P.Co. 1795-1858). In. M. W., p. 180.
First Commodore of the I.M. Steam Packet Co. In Mx Sun, 30th Jan., 1858.

GILL (Rev. William, 1797-1871). A Sketch. Castletown: M. J. Backwell. 1871. pp. 55. 165x107. [2805, G 88]
Written by one of Rev. Wm. Gill's sons. See also M.W., pp. 36 - 37.

__Pastor Sodorensis : sermons preached in the Parish Church of Malew on the occasion of the death of the Rev. William Gill, Vicar of Malew and Proctor in Convocation, by Rev. Joshua Hughes-Games. Castletown M. J. Backwell. 1871. pp. 44. 212x135. 9d. [4140, G 88]

__By Rev. T. E. Brown, M.A. In Ramsey Church Mag., April, May, June, July, Aug. 1897.

GILL (Bishop of Travancore). In Mx Ch. Mag., Dec. 1905.

GILL (Archdeacon William). In Mx Ch. Mag., June 1912; Mx Quar., No. 11, 1912.

' Grampy' [a biographical sketch of the Ven. Archdeacon Hugh Stowell Gill, b. 1830, d. 1912], by Miss Freda Llewellyn Gill. Douglas (printed for private circulation). 1924. pp. 56. 210x135. Has genealogical tables. Not in Library.

GILL (Rev. Cecil Hope). In Barrovian, July 1924; pp. 59-60.

GILL, William H., and his Work. A Manx Composer. The Choir, April 1915. By C. T. C. In Mx Quar. No. 16, 1916.

__Composer, Writer, Artist, by W. Cubbon. In Barrovian, Nov. 1923; pp. 103-8.

GILL (Deemster John Frederick, 1842-1899). In Barrovian, Dec. 1899; pp. 106-7. In The Manxman [Hartley], 21st Oct., 1899.

GILL (Rev. Edward, U.S.A.). By Bishop W. A. Quayle. In Mx Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 13, p. 83.

GILL (Rev. W. B., Ch. of Eng. Missionary in Uganda). In Mx Quar. No. 4, 1908.

GLOUCESTER (The Duchess of). In Mx Soc. vol. xvi, pp. 191-205.

GOLDSMIITH (John, Scientist, 1803-1876). In M.W., p. 122.

GOLDSMITH (William, H.K.). Portrait. In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 1, p. 89.

__In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 32, pp. 97-102.

GOLDIE (Commander Thomas Leigh, 1807-1854). In M. W., p. 146.

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN (Major John Senhouse, Speaker of the House of Keys). By A. K. In Echo, London, 21st May, 1892. [3031, L6]

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN (Sir John, H.K., of The Nunnery, 1838 - 1898). In M. W. p. 82.

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN (Sir John S.) In The Manxman [Hartley], 12th Nov., 1898.

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN (Captain G., Roy. Garrison Artillery). With portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 16, 1916.

GOLDIE (Sir George, Empire Builder). With portrait. By J. E. Leece. In Ellan Vannin Mag., No. 4, Sept. 1925.

__A Chief Architect of the British Empire. In The Times and The African Review. 1925. [4924, G88]

GOLDIE-TAUBMAN (John Leigh, C.P.). In I. M. Times, 4th May, 1928.

__By G. Fred Clucas. In Ellan Vannin Mag., No. 9, 1928; with portrait.
__ Extracts f rom the Manx Press, 1928.

GREEN (Eliza Craven). See under Poetry [J 8].

GREENHALGH (Captain John, Governor 1640-1651). Memoir of. In Mx Soc. xxx, pp. 5-18. [5951, G88]

__With a view of Old Brandlesome Hall, Lancashire, by S. W. Partington. In Millgate Monthly, Mar. 1926, p. 360.

GRELLIER (James). In Manx Sun, 12th May, 1860. Grellier lived in Hills House, Douglas, and owned and edited the Manx Sun.

GRINDLEY (Thomas. Author). In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920.

HARE (Edward Christian, Major I,111.S.). Memoirs of Edward Hare, C.S.I. London: Grant Diehards. 1890. pp. 160. One plate. 162x110. [G 88] Not in Library.

HALSALL (Anthony). Declaration (1715) regarding his withholding Tithe. In Mx Ch. Mag. Nov. 1891.

HARRISON (Rev. Bowyer). In Memories of Old Times. By 'Retired Rector.' Ry Courier; p. 5; 21st April, 1933.

HARRISON (Rev. Henry). Proceedings relating to his Ordination, 1660. In Mx Soc. x, pp. 121-3.

HARRISON (Parson John, f Kirk Bride, V.G.). Buried in Lezayre, 1686. In Mx Ch. Mag. Dec. 1910.

HARRISON (Rev. John Edward, 1784-1858). In M.W. p. 32.

HARRISON (Ridgway). 1818-1894. In M. W. p. 68.

HARRISON (Canon Stephen Nathaniel). In Mx Ch. Mag. Jan. 1926.

HARRISON (William, H.K.). In Mx Note Book, vol. i, p. 27.

HANNLEY (Rev. William). In Mx Ch. Mag., Feb. 1894.

HAY (Henry Hanby). See under Poetry, J 8.

HEYWOOD (Nessie, 1768-1793). By A. W. Moore, C.V.O., Speaker of the House of Keys. Douglas : B. & S. 1913. pp. xxvi,110. 190x125. [5223, G 88]
Contains a portrait of the author, and a brief sketch of his life. There are also portraits of Nessy and Peter Heywood and illustrations of the Nunnery mansion in 1815, Douglas in 1805, and the Old Pier m 1797. See also , M.W.' p. 95.

HEYWOOD (Peter John, of The Nunnery, 1739-1790). In H. W. p. 93.

HEYWOOD (Peter, R.N., 1772-1831). A / Memoir / of the Late / Captain Peter Heywood, R.N. / with Extracts from / his Diaries and Correspondence. By Edward Taggart. London: Eifinghain Wilson. 1832. pp. 332. 224x141. [2845, G 88] Peter Heywood was midshipman on board H.M.S. ' Bounty' on the occasion of the historic mutiny oN that vessel in 1791. See 'Manx Worthies,' pp. 137-8; 'Mx Sim,' 7th June, 1831.

HEYWOOD (Robert, 1633-1690). In M. W. p. 67.

HILDESLEY (Bishop Mark, 1755-1773). Memoirs of Mark Hildesley, D.D., Lord Bishop of Sodor and Mann and Master of Sherburn Hospital; under Whose auspices the Holy Scriptures were translated into the Manks language. Arms of the See on title-page. By the Rev. Weedon Butler. London : J. Nichols. 1799. pp. xii,691. 208x120. [2798]
Contains voluminous correspondence with Rev. Philip Moore, Chaplain of Douglas, Rev. Dr. Kelly, Rev. J. Wilks, and others, concerning publications in the Manks hwguage, etc. Index (in MS.) of books in Mank; language, made by G. W. Wood. G. W. Wood's copy.
__ Another copy G.F.C. Coll.

__Letters of Dr. Mark Hildesley, in the European Magazine, written from Bishopscourt. Letters Nos. vii and x. Also Letters of Bishop Hildesley addressed to John Byrom of Manchester, 1743-1755. London. 1800. pp. 23.

__Bishop Hildesley's first arrival in Man 2nd Aug. 1755, by P[aul] B[ridson]. In Mx Sun, 1861. No. 2134.

__Letter from Bishop Hildesley to Rev. Mr. Hanbury, Rector of Church Langton, Leicester, dated Bishops-court, 1st Oct. 1760. In Hist. of Langton. pp. 95-96, 1867. [3030, L 6]

__Letter dated Sept. 16th, 1755, to " my dear friend and Worthy brother H........." In Mx Church Mag. 1891.

The Letters of Bishop Hildesley. Ninety-five letters from 1759 to 1772. Only 12 copies done. Cubbon & Lightfoot, Mx Sutt Office, 1904.

In Hitchen Worthies, by Reginald L. Hine, F.S.A., London; Allen & Unwin, 1932. [6675, G 88]
The biographical sketch of Bishop Hildesley is excellent, and contains new material from unpublished MSS. There are three portraits : i, of Bishop Hildesley from the painting by Van Reyshoot, at Bishopscourt ; ii, Bishop Wilson from an engraving by Vertue ; iii, Rev. Philip Moore from a photograph in the Manx Museum. See also p. 363 of this catalogue.

HILL (Alexander, Manager Isle of Man Bank). In Mx Quar. No. 15, 1915.

HILL (Bishop Rowley), and His Witticisms. In Barro- vian, Feb. 1908.

HILLARY (Sir William). Memorial to, in St. George's Churchyard. (Illus.) In Mx Quar. No. 26, 1921.
See N.M.P. Ann. 1909, p. 12, and N.M.P. Weekly Diary, 24th June, 1933. Also pp. 100-104, under heading ' Lifeboat Institution.'

HOWARD (Rev. Thomas, Rector of Ballaugh). By Rev. T. E. Brown, M.A. In Ry Ch. Mag., Sept., Oct., Nov. 1896. Also in M.W. p. 32-34.

HOWARD, Rev. John (1815-1892), Vicar of Conchan. In Mx Ch. Mag., Ap. 1892.

HOUGH (Alexander, T.C. of Douglas). In Mx Quar. No. 20, 1919.

HOWSON (Ann). An Account of the Happy Death of. By Rev. W. Carpenter. Tick-hill: W. Fisher. c. 1836. pp. 12. 200x130. [4194, G 88]

HOLT (George Alfred). In Journ. of Botany, vol. 60, by William Henry Pearson.
George Alfred Holt was born in Douglas 18th May, 1852 ; died at Sale, Cheshire, 19th December, 1921.

HUDSON (William). Recollections of an old Manxman; being passages in the life of William Hudson, the exploring fisherman, quaintly detailing his adventures by sea and. land. B. & S. N.D. [1906] pp. 93. 180x120.

HULME (Dr. H. P.). Self-Defence. Being a Statement of Facts of the Conduct of Dr. H. P. Hulme towards H. N. Carrington, Esq. No printer's name. c. 1840. pp. 52. 225x140. [5448] This is a rare pamphlet. It is a statement of a Mrs. Carrington who lived in Douglas about 1835 ; and discloses some ugly aspects of the fashionable life of the time.

HUGHES-GAMES (The Ven. Dr.). In Barrovian, May 1904; p. 63.

HUTCHINSON (William Arthur, 1853-1909). In Mx Quar. No. 7, 1909.

INGLIS (Rev. David, B.A.). Presentation on his departure from Douglas. In Mx Quar. No. 10, 1911.

JEFFERSON (Captain Elgie, R.A.F.). In Barrovian, Nov. 1919.

JEFFCOTT (John Moore, H.K., of Castletown). 1817- 1892. In M.W. p. 79; and Y.L.M. i, 1894.

JOHNSON (Frank J., Registrar). In Mx Quar. No. 29, 1922; and in Mx Ch. 111 ay. Oct. 1922.

JOHNSON (Joseph, of Douglas). In The Manxinan I Hartley], 12th Sept. 1896, and Mx Quar. No. 2, 1907.

JOHNSTONE, James, D.Sc. (1870-1932), Professor of Oceanography, L'pool Univ. In ' A Ceremony of Commemoration,' 24th Jan.. 1933. See also N.W. Naturalist, viii. [6704]

JOUGHIN (Thomas). Literary Gleanings : a collection of short stories, essays, etc. 2/-. Manchester : John Heywood. N.D. [ 1923] 180x120.

JOUGHIN (Victor Charles, of Ramsey). In Mx Quar. No. 14, 1914.

JOUGHIN (William J. Clucas, of Calgary). In Mx Quar. No. 27, 1921.

JONES (Paul), 1777. Extracts from Documents in Museum. [5934]

JUAN the Desert: a Manxman, by Mona Douglas. Ida E. V. Mag. No. 8, 1928.

KARRAN (Capt., J.P.). Great Days of Sailing Ships recalled. In Sea Breezes, pp. 237-239. Reprint f rorn I.M.T. Oct. 18th, 1930. [1-6]

KAY, Mrs. Eleanor, of Douglas (d. 1830). lat Rosser's Wes. Methodism, pp. 169-170, 1849.

KAY (John, B.A., of Liverpool Manx Society). Portrait. In ILlx Quar. No. 10, 1911.

KAYE (Joseph, Mayor of Douglas). Portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920.

KEIG (Thomas, of Douglas). In The Manxinan [Hartley], 7th Mar. 1896; also 18th April, 1896.

KEIG (Captain Thomas, of the Steam Packet Co.). In .Mx Quar. No. 16, 1916.

KELL i: T i (John Daniel, of Douglas), by J. T. Cowell, IIX. In Mx Quar. No. 14, 1914, and Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 22, p. 75.

KELLY, John, LL.D., the Manx lexicographer (1750- 1809). In M.W. p. 94.

__Biographical sketch. In Europ. Mag., Dec. 1809. [3030, L 6] In Gent. Mag., vol. 80, pp. 84-85.

__Life of. By Rev. William Gill. In Mx Soc. Vol. ii, pp. xxiii - xxix.

__Memoir. In Mx Soc. vol. xiii, preface, and pp. 195 - 9.
See also Mx Soc. vol. 13 ; Mx Ch. Mag., Sept. 1897.

KELLY (Rev. Charles, of Peel). In Mx Quar. No, 27, 1921.

KELLY (Frederick, of Kimberley, author). In Mx Quar. No. 17, 1916.

KELLY (Henry, of Ballaqueeney). In Mx Quar., No. 14, 1914, and Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 22, p. 74.

KELLY (John, Mayor of Douglas). In Mx Quar. No. 25, 1921.

KELLY (Thomas, Auctioneer, of Douglas). In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 7, p. 20.

KELLY (William). Recollections and Incidents in the life of, by Thomas Champion. In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 22, pp. 226, 268.

__The Happy Man; or, the Life of William Kelly, a Tailor in the Isle of Man, who turned fisherman and lived for many years of his life on less than two shillings a week. A true history. By Rev. Hugh Stowell, Ballaugh. Ist edn. London: A. Applegarth and E. Cowper. N.D. [C. 1809] pp. 8. Illus. 178x120. 1d. [2795]
A scarce tract. The second edition was printed at Chelsea by Tilling & Hughes, c. 1821, 163x92. The third edition, numbered 108, was issued by the Religious Tract Society, c. 1825, 176x100. The fourth edition is in French.

__Vie de Guillaume Kelly, ou Le ChrÚtien Heureux. Relation authentique. French No. 108. 4th edn. Chelsea J. Tilling, N.D. [c. 1825] pp. 24. Illus. 165x95. [2'795]

KENNISH, William, Scientist and Poet (1799-1862). In M. W. p. 118. See also under Poetry, class J 8.

KENNISH (Judge John, Kansas). In Mx Quar. No. 28, J922,

KERMODE, PHILIP MOORE CALLOW, M.A.

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HIS WRITINGS.

1876.
After Cormorants. 'Science Gossip,' May 1876.
1879-84.
List of Birds. Trans. i, 15-23.
1880-1905.
' Yn Lioar Manninagh,' editor of.
1880.
A Plea for the Study of Natural History. ' i.
List of Birds of the Isle of Mann. ' Y.L.M.' i, pp. 15-27.
1881.
Notes on the Ornithology. 'Jefferson's Almk.'
On the Foot of Birds and on the Use of the Serrated Claw. ' Brit. Ass. Rep.' 1881, pp. 670-1.
Brief Note on the Runic Stones of the Isle of Man. ' Blan-dinger til Oplysning,' i, p. 281-285, Kjobenhavn,
1882.
On the Migration of Birds at Lighthouses and Lightships. ' Brit. Ass. Rep.' 1882, pp. 283-288 and 1883, pp. 229-233,
1883.
Our Insect Enemies : Wireworm. ' Y.L.M.' i, 19.
Tumuli on Snaefell and Skyhill. ' Y.L.M.' i, 27.
1884.
Our Insect Enemies : Cutworm. ' Y.L.M.' i, 29.
The Monumental Crosses of Mann. With Suggestions as to means to be adopted for their better preservation. Read 16th Dec., 1884. 'Trans.' i, p. 148.
On an ancient Canoe discovered at Ballakaighen, German. ' Y.L.M.' i, 36.
1885.
Notes on Manks Mammals. ' Y.L.M.' i, 43-49.
Manks Butterflies, with some Notes by the late E. Birchall, F.L.S. ' Y.L.M.' i, 49.
Description of a Cinerary Urn from Ballaseyr, Andreas. ' Y.L.M.' i, 52.
Some Remarks on the Mammals. 'Mx Note Book' i, 119-129. 1886.
President's (N.H.A.S.) Retiring Address. ' Y.L.M.' i, 66-77; 1904, ' Y.L.M.' iv, 183-190 ; 1907-8, ' Proc.' i, 81-90 and 147-153.
Intro. to the Study of Lichens. ' Y.L.M.' i, 85-87.
Description of Cronk Aust Burial Mound and its contents. ' Y.L.M i.
Runic Stones in the Isle of Man, Brief Note on the. From Universitets Jubileets Danske Samfunds, 'Blandinger,' Part 4. Copenhagen. pp. 281-85.
1887.
The Burial Mound known as Cronk Aust, Lezayre (with figures). ' Mx Note Book' iii, p. 91.
Catalogue of the Manks Crosses with Runic Inscriptions and various readings and renderings compared. 1st edn. Ramsey. J. Craine.
The Manx Oghams and the Ogham Alphabet. Supplement to ' I.M.T.' 30th April, 1887.
The Crosses of Michael. Newspaper report of Address given by Mr. P. M. C. Kermode, 16th Jan. 1887.
1888.
The finding of the Great Elk in Ballaugh, 1820. ' Y.L.M.' i, 23.
The Braddan Crosses. Broadside reprinted from 'Ry Courier.' The Braddan Crosses : Summary of an Address in S. Thomas' School, Douglas, 24th Nov. 1887. [Leaflet.] Ramsey : John Craine.
List of Manks Land and Fresh-water Shells. ' Y.L.M.' i, 9-11.
1888-9.
Phenological Observations. 'Y.L.M.' i. 1889.
Some additional notes on the Ballakaighen Canoe. 'Y.L.M.' ii, 78.
Flints from the Brooghs, North Ramsey. ' Y.L.M.' i, 131.
Fossil Shells from Boulder Clay and Sand, North Ramsey. ' Y.L.M.' i, 96-98.
c. 1889.
Vertebrate Fauna. ' Zoologist.'
1890.
The Antiquities of the Parish of Bride. 'Y.L.M.' i.
1892.
Catalogue of the Manks Crosses with the Runic Inscriptions and various readings and renderings compared. 2nd edn. Ramsey : C. B. Heyes. The edition was followed in 1907 by the author's great work on the crosses.
1893.
Mammals. 'Zoologist,' pp. 61-64. Fishes. 'Zoologist," pp. 61-64. Reptiles. ' Zoologist,' pp. 64-65.
1894.
The Meayll Stone Circle. 'Illus. ArchŠologist' ii. The Meayll Circle. ' Y.L.M.' ii, 117.
List of Antiquities of the Isle of Man exclusive of the Sculp- tured and Inscribed Stones. 1st edn. Ramsey : C. B. Heyes. pp. 49.
The Excavation of the Neolithic Stone Circle on the Meayll Hill near Port Erin. By P. M. C. Kermode and W. A. Herdman. From Trans. Biol. Soc., L'pool. Vol. viii, 1894. pp. 14. Three plates.
1895.
Account of the Santan (Latin) Inscription. 'Arch. Carob.'
1895-6.
Saga Illustrations of Early Manks Monuments. Reprinted from the Saga-Book of the Viking Club. Devizes : G. Simpson. 20 pp.
1896.
A List of the Principal MSS. at Knowsley : examined by P. M. C. Kermode and A. W. Moore in Sept. 1896 ; and by A. W. Moore in Sept. 1897. ' Y.L.M;' iii, p. 297.
A Museum for Man. 'Ry Ch. Mag.' Nov. and Dec.
Illustrations of the Sagas from Early Monuments in Man. 'Academy,' 18th April.
Manx Crosses as Illustrations of Celtic and Scandinavian Art. 'Rep. of Brit. Assoc.' p. 934.
History and Antiquities of the Isle of Man. In Brit. Assoc. Handbook for the Liverpool Meeting.
An Early, Cross at Lonan. In 'The Reliquary,' Feb. 1896. pp. 3 ; one plate.
Paper on Celtic and Scandinavian Ornament illustrated on the monuments of the Isle of Man, read to the Anthropological section of the Brit. Assoc. meeting in Liverpool, 1896.
1896-1900.
Reports of the Committee of the Brit. Assoc, on the finding of the remains of the Irish Elk in the Isle of Man. ' Brit. Assoc. Reports.'
1897.
Notes on the form of the Ancient Parish Church in Man. 'Ry Ch. Mag.'
Manx Museum Catalogue [Gov. Office, D'glas ; Peel Castle, and Castle Rushen]. ' Y.L.M.' iii, pp. 276, 282, 283.
Roolwer's Cross, Maughold. Illus. Ramsey : C. 13. Heyes.
A Welsh Inscription in the Isle of Man. ' Zcitschrift fiir Celtische Philologie,' i Band ; with a Note on Guriat by Prof. John Rhys. Halle a.S.: Max Niemeyer.
The First Bishop of Man and the Roolwer Cross at Kirk Maughold. 'Ry Ch. Mag.'
1898.
The ' Irish Elk' in the Isle of Man. ' Geol. Mag.' v, 116-9.
Manx Crosses, a lecture : ' I.M. Times,' 9 April.
Sharks in Manx Waters. ' Y.L.M.' iii, 339-341.
Lecture on the Manx Crosses, in Masonic Hall, Douglas. In I.M.T. 9th April, 1898.
1899.
List of Birds. ' Y.L.M.' iii, 516-543.
1900.
Early Lamps and Candle Holders in the Isle of Man. ' Y.L.M.' iii, 570.
Sculptured and Inscribed Stones recently found at Kirk Mang- ]told. ' Y.L. Z.' iii, 629,
Bottlenose Whale in the Isle of Man. ' Y.L.M.' ii, 271-272.
List of Manks Antiquities. 2nd edn. Douglas : B. & S. 1901.
A Sculptured Stone recently discovered at Ramsey and the Story of Sigurd the Volsung. ' Y.L.M.' iv, 60.
1902.
Some Early Christian Monuments recently discovered at Kirk Maughold. 'Reliquary,' July.
Rushlights, Cruisies, and Early Candleholders. 'Antiquary, Aug. pp. 233-6.
Early Inscribed Stone from Kirk Maughold. In 'The Reliquary,' April 1902. pp. 3.
1903.
Circular addressed to the electors of Ramsey in House of Keys Election.
Traces of Norse Mythology in Man. ' Y.L.M.' iv, 138.
1904.
Traces of the Norse Mythology in the Isle of Man. London Bemrose & Son. pp. 30. Illus. by 10 half-tone plates. Kermode (P. M. C., M.A.) and Herdman (W. A. D.Sc., F.R.S.).
Manks Antiquities, Illustrated Notes on. 1st edn. L'pool Tinling. pp. 108. ,
1905.
Catalogue of the Manx Museum (Antiquities), Castle Rushen. pp. 31.
1906.
The Monumental Crosses of Mann with suggestions as to means . . . for their better preservation. ' Proc.' i, 13.
Our Ancient Monuments. Address delivered at the dedication of the Maughold Cross-house. 'Manx Sun,' 20th Oct. 1906-15.
First, Second, Third and Fourth Reports of the Archaeological Survey. ' Proc.' i.
1907.
Introduction to the Study of the Church Buildings in the Isle of Man earlier than the 11th Century. ' Proc.' i, 421.
List of the Maughold Crosses, with plan and view of the Cross- house. Illus. Douglas : G. & L. Johnson. pp. 10.
Inscription in Anglian Runes from Kirk Maughold. 'Reliquary and Illus. ArchŠologist,' xiii, 265-267. Illus.
Manx Crosses : or, the Inscribed and Sculptured Monuments of the Isle of Man from about the end of the Fifth to the beginning of the Thirteenth Century. London : Bemrose & Sons. pp. xxii, 221. The standard work on this subject.
1908.
The Woodbourne Treasure-Trove, 1894. ' Proc.' i, 437.
Inquiry as to the Conditions of the Isle of Man and its inhabitants in the 5th Century. 'Proc.' i, 471.
The Celtic Tribal System in Man. ' Proc.' i, 477.
The Manx ArchŠological Survey. First Report, Sheading of Glanfaba. Second Report, 1910, Sheading of Michael. Third Report, 1911, Sheading of Ayre. Fourth Report, 1915, Sheading of Garff.
1910.
Discovery of Bi-Lingual Inscription at Knock y Doonee, Andreas. 'Proc.' i, 411.
Kermode (P. M. C.) and Quine (Rev. Canon). St. Trinians. 'Proc.' i, 328-332.
Tynwald. ' Proc' i, 336.
Tynwald. Handbook of the Visit of Royal Soc. Antiq. of Ireland.
The Cross-slabs and other Antiquities. In Prog. of meeting of Roy. Soc. of Antiq. of Ireland, 1910.
1911.
Inscribed Cross-slab from Keeill at Ballavarkish, Bride. ' Proc.' i, 551-593.
Note on the Ogam and Latin Inscriptions and a recently found Bi-Lingual in Celtic and Latin. 'Proc. Soc. of Antiq.,' Scot. xlv, 437-450.
Cross-slabs recently discovered in the Isle of Man. ' Proc. Soc. of Antiq.,' Scot., xlvi, 53-76.
Peel Island and the Shrine of St. Mochonna. ' Proc.' i, 585.
1912.
Croak Howe Mooar. 'Proc.' i, 653.
1913.
A Rune-Inscribed Slab from Kirk Maughold ; and the first
Figure of a Viking Ship on a Manx Monument, ' Proc.' ii, 107.
The Woodbourne Treasure Trove, 1894. 'Proc.' i, 437-440. 1913-17.
Stories from Manx History. ' Mannin,' pp. 9, 67, 151, 229, 391, 542.
1914.
First Appearance of a Viking Ship on a Manx Monument. (Illos.) ' Mannin,' pp. 178-180.
Kermode and Herdman. Manks Antiquities. 2nd edn. Univ. Press, Liverpool. pp. 150.
1915.
The Swallows and the Wrens. ' Mannin,' 288-293.
The Raven's Nest. ' Mannin,' p. 335. This is Mr. Kermode's own story of the tragic incident referred to in the Memoir in the 'Manx Museum journal,' p. 79.
Further discoveries of Cross-slabs in the Isle of Man. ' Proc.'
Soc. of Antiq., Scot. ii, pp. 1-14. (Illus.)
1916.
Review of Prof. Herdman's Report of the Port Erin Biol. Station. ' Mannin,' 427.
Notes on Manx Mammals. 'Proc.' ii, 243-8.
Handbook and Guide to the replicas and casts of Manx Crosses on exhibition in the Free Public Museums, Liverpool. (Illus.) 1st edn. Liverpool : Northern Pub. Co. pp. 19. A second edition was published in 1920.
1917.
Thor Cross, Kirk Bride. (Illus.) ' Mannin,' 546.
1918.
Keeill Vael, Balladoole. 'Proc.' ii, 175.
The Runic Crosses of Kirk Michael. (Illus.) In Guide to Kirk Michael pub. by John Sayle. pp. 44. Printer : Ibberson, Halifax.
1919.
Manx Dedications : Studies in Church History in relation to the Isle of Man. MS. 1919.
1920.
Description of the design of the Manx National Memorial of Victory and to all who died in the War, namely, the great Celtic Cross at St. John's. Jan. 1920.
Mr. Kermode was the designer of the Cross.
1921.
Cross-slabs brought to light since Dec. 1915. 'Proc. Soc. of Antiq.' (Scot.) Vol. vii. Fifth ser. 56-260.
1923.
Bronze Implements in the Manx Museum. 'Antiquaries Jour.' July. pp. 228-230. A record of the analysis of 22 examples of axe-heads, swords, etc.
1924.
Illustration of the Manx National War Memorial at Tynwald Hill. ' Ellan Vannin Mag.' ii.
1925.
The Hedin Cross, Maughold. Reprinted from the Saga Book of the Viking Soc. pp. 10. Read 1916. This cross has the figure of the Viking ship.
Notes on Manx Fairs. 'Proc.' iii, 80-82. 1927.
The Armorial Bearings of the Isle of Man, with an illustration of the Manx Sword of State. ' Ellan Vannin Mag.' viii, June.
Tynwald and the Arms of Man. Illus. B. & S. pp. 8.
The Arms of the Isle of Man. B. & S. pp. 8.
Knoc y Doonee. Ship Burial. (Illos.) 'Proc.' iii, 241-249.
Flower Calendar. pp. 16.
List of Keeils (in type script). [The list embraces 144.] Lists of the Cross-slabs in each of the Parishes. Manx Museum. pp. 28. The lists, which were made for exhibition in each parish churchyard, give a brief description of each slab.
1928-9.
More Cross-slabs from the Isle of Man. ' Proc.' Soc. Antiq. of Scot. pp. 354-360.
1929.
The Ancient Monuments of Man. ' ArchŠologia Cambrensis.'
An Engraved Stone Pillar. ' Antiq. Jour.' Oct.
Ship Burial in the Isle of Man : a paper given to the Society of Antiquaries, London. pp. 11.
The Ancient Monuments of the Isle of Man. Presidential address. 'Arch. Camb.' Dec. pp. 12.
Note on Manx Place-names [in type script].
1930.
List of Manx Antiquities. 3rd edn. Douglas: L. G. Meyer Ltd. for N.H.A.S. pp. viii, 87. 3/-.
Handbook and Guide to the Replicas and Casts of Manx Crosses in the Public Museums, Liverpool. 3rd edn. 1930. 3d.
Apologia : address of retiring President on 50th anniversary of the N.H.A.S. ' Proc.' iii. pp. 406-417.
1931.
Note on Early Cross-slabs from the Faeroe Islands. 'Jour. of Soc. of Antiq., Scot.'
Iceland and the Althing. 'M. Herald,' 17th Feb. 1932.
An Account of the Activities of the Manx Museum. 'North- West Naturalist.' [This is the last item written by Mr. Kermode for publication, and finished only two days before his death.]
Proposed Lecture on Early Man : in typescript. [The lecture was never given.]

MEMOIRS, &c.

1932.
Norske minner pa §en Man : P. M. C. Kermode in memoriam. Tidens Tegn, 12th September, 1932. By Professor Carl Marstrander, Oslo, Norway.
In Memoriam, Philip Moore Callow Kermode (1855-1932). By P. G. Ralfe. Contains a Bibliography of the more important works by Mr. Kermode. Reprint from 'North Western Naturalist,' vol. vii, 1932.
There is also a description of the Manx Museum by the editor of the ' Naturalist.'
Memoir and Bibliography in the 'Journal of the Manx Museum,' December.
The Times' (Lond.), 6th Sept.
'The Museums Journal,' Oct., p. 285, 'Nature,' 1st Oct., p. 500.
Three Portraits. Memoir, etc., in 'Isle of Man Times,' and other Insular newspapers, 10th Sept.
1933.
'Museum Journ.' No. 34, March 1933.

KERMODE (2nd Lieut. E. M., D.S.O., M.C., D.C.M.). With portrait. In Barrovian, Dec. 1918.

KERMODE (Robert Kelly, of Castletown). In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record. Vol. 7, p. 10.

KERMODE (The Hon. Robert Quayle, of New Zealand, 1812-1870). In M.W. p. 212.

KERMODE (Rev. S. A. P., Vicar of Conchan). In Mx Ch. Mag., Jan., March, 1904.

KERMODE (Thomas Cowley, H.K., Peel). In Mx Quar. No. 25, 1921.

KERMODE (Rev. William, 1814-1890). In M.H. p. 41. See also Y.L.JM. vol. i, pp. 196-197; Mx Ch. Mag. Jan. 1891.

KERMODE (William James, H.K.). Portrait. In Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 20, pp. 132-4; in Manx Portrait Gallery; I.M.T. 19th Oct., 1901; and Mx Quar. No. 11, 1912.

KERMODE (Hon. William), of New Zealand (1775- 1852). In M.W. p. 211.

KERMODE (William Karran, of Douglas). In Mx Quar. No. 12, 1913.

KERRUISH (John Robert, M.L.C., C.P.). In Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 33, p. 49, and Ry. Courier, 7th March, 1924.

KERRUISH (Rev. T. M., India). In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 14, p. 50.

KEWIN (Thomas), Buck Kewin (1755-1821). In M.W. p. 197.

KEWISH (Rev. William Castle, of Ramsey). In Mx Quar. No. 26, 1921.

KEY (Columbus), Agriculturist, of Kirk Andreas. In M. W. p. 192.

KILLEY (Edward, of Foxdale). In Mx Quar. No. 23, 1920.

KILLEY (Philip), tanner (1811-1897). In M.W. p. 191.

KILLIP (John, of Laxey Mines). In Mx Quar. No. 5, 1908, and No. 12, 1913.

KILLIP (Robert, J.P.). Portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 20, 1919.

KILLIP (Rev. Robert). In Mx Quar. No. 14, 1914. King William's College Registers, 1905 and 1928, give par- ticulars of the College students from 1833.

KINLEY (William Clucas, Author). In Mx Quar. No. 23, 1920.

KISSACK (Rev. Canon E. W.). In Mx Ch. Mag., Aug. 1901.

KISSACK (John), of Liverpool Manx Soc. In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920.

KISSACK (William). Recollections of a well - known Sportsman. In I.M.T. 31st Dec. 1927. [5690]

KNEALE (John, of Regaby). d. 1848. In Rosser's Wes. Methodism, p. 181, 1849.

KNEALE (John, C.P. Andreas). In Mx Quar. No. 12, 1913.

KNEALE (Llewellyn Stanley), Advocate). Newspaper cuttings, 1926. [55051

KNEEN (Rev. J., Congregational ,Minister). In Mx Quar. No. 28, 1922.

KNEEN (Thomas, Clerk of the Rolls). With portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 18, 1917 ; also in Manx Portrait Gallery, I.M.T., 31st Aug., 1901.

KNEEN (William, Croit-y-Caley). In Mx Quar. No. 12, 1913.

KNEEN (William, Town Missionary, Douglas). In Mx Quar. No. 10, 1911.

KNEEN (William, Artist, of London). In Mx Quar. No. 28, 1922.

KNOX (Archibald). His Work, by W. T. [Winifred Tuckfield, of London.] In Mannin, pp. 381-4. May 1916.
Archibald Knox was the founder of the Knox Guild of Design and Craft. It had its commencement when Knox worked at Kingston-on-Thames, London, in 1912. In almost every year since that date an exhibition of his students' work has been held, contributed to on each occasion by about a score of watercolours. Knox was recognised by stich men as Sir George Claus.en and J. N. Duddington, Director of the Whitechapel Art Gallery, as a 'great artist.' A work on Handicraft Pottery, by D. & H. Wren (pub. by Pitman), was dedicated to Archibald Knox.

LACE (Captain William), privateer (1763-1850). In MI.W. p. 165.

LACE. The Ronaldsway Estate, by A. W. Moore. Y.L.M. iv, p. 53, 1901-2.

LACE . Mother Lace of Foxdale, by J. K. G. In Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 22, p. 73.

LACE (Richard, F.R. G.S.). Biographical Sketch. 1922. pp. 3. Portrait. 210x133. [4502]

LAMOTHE, (Dominique). In Peel Guardian, 18th June, 1886. [Fr. fol. p. 115]

LAMOTHE (Rev. Fredk., Vicar of Heaton). In Mx Quar. No. 25, 1921.

LAMOTHE (John Corlett, High-Bailiff). In Ry. Ch. Mag., Feb. 1898.

LANGTON (Rev. Charles Thomas). In. Mx Ch. Mag., Jan. 1895.

LAUGHTON (Alfred Nelson). High-Bailiff Laughton's Reminiscences, with Introduction by F. A. Laughton, K.C., of Natal. Also Memoir. Douglas: S. K. B. & Co. 1916. pp. 170. Portraits of Mr. Laughton and Mrs. Laughton; views of Ballaquane and Peel Castle. 182x120. [2789, G 88]

LAUGHTON (Mrs. Florence Holford), with portrait, by G. Fred Clucas. In E.V. /Ilag. No. 9, 1928. See also Mx Quar. No. 10, 1911.

LEECE. Joseph E. Leece as I Knew Him, by William Radcliffe. In E.V. Mag. No. 8, June 1927.

LEECE (Paul Henry, H.K.). In Mx Note Bk, ii, p. 47.

LEECE (Miss Sophia). A Narrative of the Life of Miss Sophia Leece, with a Selection of her Letters, by the Rev. Hugh Stowell. 2nd edn. Liverpool : D. Marples. 1824. pp. 108. 135x82. [2806 and 2808]
Miss Leece was born in Douglas, Oct. 1, 1793 ; she was the daughter of William Leece, merchant, of Douglas.

LEECE. Memoirs of Mr. William Leece, with copious extracts from his journal, by Rev. Hugh Stowell of Ballaugh. Liverpool : D. Marples. 1826. pp. iv,194. Front. a view of Oakhill. 143x95. [1707]
Inscribed : ' For Master Thomas Howard from his affec. uncle the author.' The subject of the memoir lived for a while at Oakhill, and died in 1824 in his 27th year. He was the son of Mr. W. Leece, merchant, of Douglas, and was educated by the Rev. J. Clague, Vicar of Rushen.

LEVINZ (Bishop Baptist). Letters of. In Mx Ch. Mag. Jan. 1902.

LEWTHWAITE. (Alexander, Bookbinder, T.C.). With portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 14, 1914.

LITTLE PAT. The History of Little Pat. Houlsten's series of Tracts, No. 11; and The Pious Manks School Mistress, No. 18. Wellington, Salop: Houlston & Son. N.D. [c. 1821] pp. 12. 168x100. [2792, G 88]
The tract was probably written by the Rev. Hugh Stowell the elder. The experiences of a lady and two gentlemen from the Isle of Man in Dublin in 1820 are set forth.

LOCH (Sir Henry Brougham), by A. K. In Echo, London. 9th Nov. 1892. [3031, L 6]

LOONEY (Joseph Daniel, Musician). In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920.

LOWEY (John), Liverpool Manx Soc. (1834-1907). In Manx Quarterly, No. 2, 1907.

LUPTON (Rev. B. J. S.). In Mx Ch. Mag. Nov. 1891.

McCLEMENT. The Family of McClement in the Isle of Man. In Clan Lamont Journal, 1924, p. 549; 1925, pp. 604-6. [3913]

McCRONE (James), Agent of the Duke of Athol. A Full Report of the Trial and Honorable Acquittal of James McCrone, Esq. By Mark Anthony Mills. pp. 79. Printed for the author at the Phoenix Press, Douglas, 1820. 240x150.
This is a rare pamphlet, with uncut edges. Facsimile of the litho. of Col. Wilks' entry exhibited at the trial. Two copies, which vary in details.

MCHUTCHIN (John), Clerk of the Rolls (1788-1847). In M.W. p. 85; also in Ch. of Eng. Journ. 1847. [L 6]

MACISAAC. The MacIsaacs (Kissack) of the Hebrides. In Myth, Tradition and Story from Western Argyll, by K. W. Grant, 1925, pp. 51-3. [4427]

MCIVER (Henry Thomas), of Douglas (with portrait). In Mx Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 2, p. 25.

M'KERLIE . Two Sons of Galloway. Robert M'Kerlie, 1778-1855, with his Reminiscences and journal; Peter H. M'Kerlie, 1817-1900. By E. Marianne M'Kerlie. Illus. Dumfries : Robert Dinwiddie. 1928. pp. xii,140. [G 88]

MAITLAND (Dalrymple, S.H.K.). With portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920; No. 23,1920; No. 24, 1921.

MALTBY (Rev. William). With portrait. In Mx Wes. Ch. Record, vol. 1, p. 63.

MALTBY (Rev. J. Rampton). With portrait. In Wes. Ch. Record, vol. i, p. 75.

MARTIN (Edward, J.P.). In Mx Ch. Mag., Jan. 1915.

MARTIN (Rev. Dr.). In Barrovian, p. 160, Nov. 1932. [L6]

MARY, Queen of Mann and Countess of Stratherne, by Rev. Theophilus Talbot. Douglas: Manx Sun Office. 1900. pp. 20. 167x102. [3727, G 88]
First pub. in 'Mx Sun,' 17th :March, 1900.

MILLS (Mark Anthony). In Mx Advertiser, 18th April, 1822.
Mills was the ed. of the Manx Statutes ptd. in 1821.

MOORE, ARTHUR WILLIAM, C.V.O., M.A., SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF KEYS (1853-1909).

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HIS WRITINGS.

[note Manx Worthies, ManxNoteBook, Y.L.M are online - see also list of monographs]

1884.
Weather Summary for 1884 to 1909. Sec Cat. p. 46.
Sepulchral Urn at Port-e-Chee. In Trans. N.H.A.S. i. Causes of Winds and Storms. In Trans. i. See Cat. p. 46.
1885-6-7.
'The Manx Note Book.' Edited by A. W. Moore. 1885.
The Descendants of William Christian (Iliam Dhoan). 'Manx Note Book,' pp 98-101.
The Christians of Milntown in the Isle of Man and Ewanrigg Hall in Cumberland. 'Mx Note Book,' vol. i, pp. 17-20. 1885-7.
Manx Surnames. 'Mx Note Book,' i -iii, 1885-7.
The Quayles of Clychur, Bridge House and Crogga. 'Mx Note Book' ii.
Fin and Ossian (Heroic Poem) with Introductory Notice. ' Mx Note Book' ii, pp. 80-84.
The Heywoods of Heywood in Lancashire, and the Nunnery in the Isle of Man. 'Mx Note Book" ii, pp. 66-71.
The Curgheys, or Curpheys, of Ballakillingan. In 'Mx Note Book' ii, pp. 121-124.
Some Account of the Manx Society (1858-1894). ' Mx Note Book' ii, pp. 174-9.
1887.
An Historical Sketch of the Manx Language with some account of its Literature. In Trans. Celtic Soc., Montreal. See Sec. H140.
A Short Account of Sir John Stanley, the Second King in Mann of that name and family. 'Mx Note Book,' vol. iii, pp. 1-4.
1889.
The Climate of the Isle of Man, with map. See Cat. p. 46.
1890.
Manx Literature. ' Y.L.M.' i, pp. 110-115.
Copy of a Bull of Pope Gregory ix to the Bishop of Sodor [Simon]. In 'Eng. Hist. Rev.' No. 17. Jan.
The Surnames and Place Names of the Isle of Man. A 2nd edn. in 1903.
Extracts from the Journals of the Self-Elected House of Keys. Lib. Cat. p. 225.
Notes on the International Folklore Congress. The Cup of Ballafletcher. In ' Y.L.M.' i. 1891.
'The Origin of the Name of the Diocese of Sodor and Man. In ' Mx Ch. Mag.' Jan.
Church Discipline in Man before Bishop Wilson's Days. In 'Mx Church Mag.'
The Folklore of the Isle of Man ; an account of its Myths, etc. The Tynwald. In Trans. Folk-lore Congress, 1891, pp. 379-384.
An Historical Sketch of the Manx Language, with an account of the sources from which a knowledge of it can be acquired. In ' Y.L.M.' i.
Carvalyn Gailckagh, chyndaait ayes Baarl, marish goan-foshlee giare (Manx Carols, translated into English, with a short preface). See Section J46.
1892.
Review of A. W. Moore's 'Diocesan History of Sodor and Man.' By T. E. Brown. In 'Ry Courier,' 4th Nov., 1892.
Manx Literature. ' Y.L.M.' i, pp. 110-115.
Presidential Address to N.H.A.S. In ' Y.L.M.' ii, pp. 78-81. The Diocese of Sodor and Man.
Bishop Phillips : Biographical Memoir. MX Soc., vol. xxxii, pp. ix - xxii.
Description of the MS. of Bishop Phillips' Manx Prayer Book, 1610. Mx Soc. Vol. xxxii, pp. xxiii - xxiv.
1894.
The Translation of the Bible and Prayer Book into Manx. ' Mx Ch. Mag.' July.
Military Organisation of the Isle of Man from the earliest records. In ' Y.L.M.' i, 141-153.
Water and Well-Worship in Man. Lib. Cat. p. 402, in Folk- lore.
The Crucifix at the East End of Braddan Old Church. In ' Y.L.M.' i.
Quakers in the Isle of Man and their Treatment. In ' Y.L.M.' i.
The Book of Common Prayer in Manx Gaelic and the Outlines of the Phonology of Manx Gaelic. In collaboration with Sir John Rhys, LL.D.
The House of Keys : its Origin and Constitution. In ' Y L. M.' i, 245-9.
Earth Temperatures at Cronkbourne. In 'Jour. Roy. Meteor. Soc.'
1895.
Further Notes on Manx Folklore. In ' The Antiquary.'
1896.
Foreign Elements in the Manx Language. ' Y.L M.' iii, p. 59.
The Triglot Dictionary. ' Y.L.M.' iii, p. 56.
The Physical Anthropology of the Isle of Man. In collaboration with Dr. John Beddoe. In Rept. of Brit. Association, p. 925.
Manx Ballads and Music. See Sec. J 46.
1897-8.
An Account of the Manx Clergy in 1840-1897. In ' Ramsey Ch. Mag.'
The Letters of the Rev. Philip Moore. In ' Ramsey Ch. Mag.'
An Account of the Manx Clergy, etc., in 1840. ' Ramsey Ch. Mag.'
1898-9.
Diary and Letters of Rev James Wilks, Vicar-General. In ' Ramsey Ch. Mag.'
1898.
A List of the Principal MSS. at Knowsley. In association with P. M. C. Kemode. ' Y.L.M.' iii.
Letters of Rev. Philip Moore (17 - 1783). In 'Ry. Ch. Mag.'
1899.
Manx Folklore.An addition to the author's Folklore pub. in 1891,
Bishop Thomas Stanley 1550- In 'Mx Ch. Mag.' June.
Bishop Thomas Stanley and Mr. A. W. Moore. By Rev. Theophilus Talbot.
Christian (Lieut. Edward, of Lewaigue), the Letters of, 1804- 1809. (Editor.)
Treen Chapels in Kirk Marown. Y.L.M iii.
A History of the Isle of Man. 2 vols. With a new coloured map.
Folk Medicine in the Isle of Man. Y.L.M.' iii.
Condensed edition, first imp. 1901 ; second imp. 1902.
Cupmarkings in the Isle of Man, In ' Y.L.M.' iii.
1901.
Children's Rhyming Ganies in the Isle of Man iv.
Has the Climate Changed' In ' ii.
The Ronaldsway Estate. ' iv. Manx Worthies, pp. 213.
A. W. Moore, Speaker. - Manx National Portrait Gallery, No. 1. In I.M.T.' 24th Aug. 1901.
1902.
The Triglot Dictionary. ' iii.
1904.
Douglas One Hundred Years Ago. Reprinted from the ' Mx Sun.'
Historical Account of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, 1830- 1904.
The Governor and Officers v. Bishop Wilson. In ' Mx Ch. Mag.'
Notes and Documents from the Records. Reprinted from the 'Mx Sun '
1905.
Introduction to ' Ysalmyn Ghavid"; a metrical version of the Psalms of David by Rev. John Clague, Vicar of Rushen, 1782- 1816. See J46.
1906.
The Letters of Bishop Hildesley, 1755 - 1772. (Editor.
1909.
Arthur William Moore, M.A., S.H.K. In ' Mx Ch. Mag . Dec. 1909.
The Connection of the Isle of Man with Ireland. In ' Celtic Rev., Oct.
'The November - May Year in Man. ' Mx Quar.' vi.
The Climate of the Isle of Man In Proc. i, 447-454.
1910.
The Royal Manks Fencibles, 1795 - 1802. In ' Y.L.M.' iv, 162-167.
The Northern Manks and the Southern Manx Volunteers, 1803. In ' Y.L.M' iv, 96-110.
The Ronaldsway Estate. In ' Y.L.M.' vol. iv, 53-58.
A. W. Moore, M.A., C.V.O. Biographical Sketch by Miss Sophia Morrison. In 'The Celtic Review,' vi, No. 23. pp. 283-7.
There is a list of the publications of Mr. Moore, 18 items from 1885 to 1906.
1912.
A. W. Moore, S.H.K. A Biographical Sketch of. In the Preface to Nessy Heywood, by Rev. John Quine,
Arthur William Moore, S.H.K. (1853-1909). In ' Mx Quar.' No. 7, 1909; No. 11, 1912.
1913.
Nessy Heywood.
1924.
Anglo -Manx Vocabulary (in association with Miss S. Morrison and George Goodwin).
Portrait of A. W. Moore : a lithograph drawn by C. W. Walton and published by Walton & Co., London.

MOORE (Francis Rowland), banker. In Mx Quar. No. 27, 1921.

MOORE (Canon Fred J.), Vicar of Braddan. In The Churchman's Mag. July 1891; Mx Ch. May., Nov. 1912; and Mx Quar. No. 12, 1913.

MOORE (Sir George, The Hills, H.K.), 1709-1787. In M. W. p. 72.

MOORE (Lieut.-Col. George, H.K., C.P.) In Mx Ch. Mag. Sept. 1919; Barrovian, Nov. 1919; and Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920.

MOORE (George Henry), of Glenrnark, New Zealand. In Mx Quar. No. 15, 1915.

MOORE (James, T.P., of Douglas). With portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 9, 1910.

MOORE (Rev. John Christian), Archdeacon. In Manx Note Book iii, pp. 49-50; also M.W. p. 39.

MOORE (John Stevenson), reformer (1804-1895). In 4-I.W. p. 187; Mx Wes. Record, vol. i, p. 51.

MOORE (Mrs. J. S.). A Sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. John Stevenson Moore, by Rev. J. S. Vickers. Peel : W. K. Palmer. 1871. pp. 19. 180x121. [4476, G 88]

MOORE, Miss Mildred), Red Cross Nurse. In Mx Ch. Mag., July 1915 Aug.

MOORE (Rev. Philip). (1705-1783.) In M. W. p. 25.

' Farrago Libelli' : Death of Philip Moore, p. 9; Note re Governor Dawson, p. 12; Poem on Dr. Thos. Wilson, son of Bishop Wilson, p. 15. [1784.] pp. 25. 199x80. [1586]

__Rector of Kirk Bride and Chaplain of Douglas. In. 'The Memoirs of Bishop Hildesley' by Rev. Weedon Butler, 1799; pp. 186-204.
There are also many letters of Philip Moore to Bishop Hildesley. See p. 25 'Manx Worthies.'

__Letters of, ed. by A. W. Moore. In Ry Ch. Mag. Jan. 1898; Feb., April, May, June, July, 1898.
References to Bishop Hildesley, the Manx Scriptures, St. Matthew's and its Library, Capturing a boat's cargo of Corn at Douglas Quay, the St. George's Church project, the making of the highway to Kirk Braddan, Poor Relations, Dr. Kelly's labours on the Manx Scriptures, Daniel Callow, H, K., the Roman Altar in Castletown, Psalmody, his Visits to Duhlin, Unerig, Whitehaven, Carlisle, the Heywoods.

__By Rev. Canon John Quine, M.A. In Mx Note Bk, vol. i, pp. 136-141; vol. ii, pp. 31-36.

MOORE (Ramsey Bignall, M.L.C., Attorney-General). In Mx Meth. Ch. Record, Aug. 1933, pp. 114-5.
See this ' Record' for short biographies of other Methodists.

MOORE (Robert John, H.K.), of Peel. (1816-1884.) In M. W. p. 78.

__Biographical Notice with Portrait of Robert John Moore, High-Bailiff of Peel, who died Thursday, May 15th, 1884, by Dr. Alfred Haviland. Douglas: B. & S. 1884. pp. xi. 215x133. 9d. [4028, G 88]

MOORE (Deemster Stevenson). With portrait. In Mx Quar. No. 27, 1921.

MOORE (Thomas), merchant, of Pulrose (1750-1808). In M.W. p. 176.

MOORE (William), member of the Legislative Council of Sydney, Australia. [5216] Has an autograph letter dated 20th July, 1891, giving details of his parentage.

MOORE (William Fine, H.K.) of Cronkbourne (1814- 1895). In M.W. p. 77, and Mx Ch. Mag., July 1895.

MOUGHTIN (Captain Robert, H.K.). In Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920.

MORRISON (R. E.). Death of famous Manx Artist, Mr. Robert E. Morrison. News Cutting. In I.M. Ex., 2nd Jan. 1925. [4560]

MORRISON (Miss Sophia). Caine, Philip W. Miss A. M. W[illiams] and G. W. Wood. Miss Sophia Morrison In Memoriam. In Mannin, pp. 499-503, 562-4; also Mx Quar. No. 18, 1917.

MOSLEY (John Ivon). 1830-1876. By C. Roeder. In Y.L.M. Vol. iii. Mosley was the compiler of the Manx Soc. Dictionary published in 1866.

MUNCH (Professor). Memoir of Professor Munch, ed. of The Chronicle of Man, by Dr. E. Charlton. In Mx Soc. Vol. xxii, pp. xxv - xxviii.

MURREY (John), merchant, the first who coined money in Man (1668). In M.W. p. 194, and Mx Soc. Vol. xvii, pp. 49-51.

MURREY (John), ambassador at Constantinople (d. 1770). In M.W. p. 154.

MURRAY (Col. H.). The Good and Faithful Servant Entering into Glory. A Sermon preached in St. Barnabas' Church, Douglas, on Sunday, Mar. 13th, 1864, on the Occasion of the Death of Lieut.-Col. H. Murray, H.K., late of the Royal Artillery, by J. H. Gray. Douglas Robert H. Johnson. 1864. pp. 16. 182x108. 3d. [4197 See ' Manx Worthies,' p. 196.

MYLCHREEST (Joseph, H.K.). The Diamond King, or, How Fortunes are made in South Africa. In London Home. c. 1890. pp. 18-25. Portrait. 246x164. [5433]
See also ' Manx Worthies,' p. 196.

MYLCHREEST (Joseph, H.K.). In The Manxman [ Hartley] , 2nd Jan. 1897.

MYLECHARAINE (William Edward), of Johannesburg. In Mx Quar. No. 17, 1916.

MYLREA (Mrs. Jane). d. 1847. In Rosser's Wesleyan Methodisrn, p. 176-7. 1849.

MYLREA (John Allen, H.K.). In Mx Quar. No. 10, 1911.

NELSON (Charles Banks). In Ry Courier, 16th June, 1933.

NELSON (Esther, poet). 1805 - 1843. In M.W. p. 106. See under Poetry, J8.

NELSON (John), Manx Scholar, of Ramsey. In Mx Quar. No. 9, 1910.

NELSON (Dr. Samuel Christian). 1818-1883. In M.W. p. 89.

NICHOLSON (John Miller). 1840-1913. A Biography by Joseph E. Douglas, with a preface by H. H. Hay. Victoria Press. 1931. pp. 94. 210x143. [C 18]
There is a portrait of the artist and reproductions in half-tone of eight paintings. There are also lists of Nicholson's paintings in the Manx Museum and in private hands.

__Catalogue of Exhibition of Paintings by John M. Nicholson. 1840-1913. Douglas: G. & L. Johnson. 1913. pp. 12. Two illustrations. 150x110. [1649, C 18]
The exhibition was organised by the Fine Arts and Industrial Guild.

__Proposed Memorial. B. & S. 1913. pp. 8. 139x88. [1649] Appreciation of J. M. Nicholson, by Archibald Knox. In Mannin, pp. 25-27.

NOBLE (Henry Bloom). The last Will and Testament of. Douglas : B. & S. N.D. [c. 1903] pp. 14. 242x153. 6d. [1642]

Henry Bloom Noble: his Will, etc. In N.M.P. Ann. 1908, p. 50; 1925, p. 57.

__Bequest for a New Church. In Mx Ch. Mag. July 1903.

OGDEN (Sarah Jane). A Sermon preached in St. Barnabas Church, Douglas, by Rev. J. H. Gray, M.A., on Sunday, 21st of August, 1853, on occasion of the Death of Sarah Jane, daughter of C. R. Ogden, Esq., H.M. Attorney- General. Douglas: R. H. Johnson. 1853. pp. 21. 186x107. 6d. [4193]

OLD PETE, of Ramsey (illus.), by William Ashton.In Mx Quar. No. 3, 1907.

OLD PHILL: a Laxey Character, by Juan Othigill. In . Mx Quar. No. 7, 1909.

PARRs, The. In M. W. p. 46.

PARR (Deemster John, of Parville). 1651-1713. In M.W. p. 83.

PARR (Richard, D.D.), Bishop of Sodor and Man, byJohn E. Bailey, F.S.A. In Antiquary, No. 51, vol. ix, 1884; pp. 118-121.

'PAT', the Story of Little; the Irish Chimney-sweeper. A tract by Rev. Hugh Stowell. In Houlston's Tracts, No. 11. N.D. [c. 1814].

PATTERSON (A. A.). See under Poetry, J8.

PATON (Rev. George) of Ramsey: a Memorial. In Mx Quar. No. 18, 1917; also in Ry Ch. Mag. 1900 - 1901.

__Chaplain of Ramsey. In Ry Courier, 19th Jan. 1900.

PHILLIPS (Bishop). Biographical Memoir of Bishop Phillips, by A. W. Moore. In Mx. vol. xxxii, pp. ix-xxii. Phillips was Bishop of Sodor and Mann front 1604 to 1633. He translated the Book of Common Prayer in 1610, the original of which is in the Manx Museum Library. See Ry Ch. Mag. 1901.

PHILPOT (Rev. Benjamin). Our Centenarian Grandfather, 1790-1890. From the MS. Autobiography of the Rev. B. Philpot, Fellow of Ch. Coll., Camb., Vicar-General and Archdeacon of the Isle of Man, Rector of Gt. Cressing ham, etc., etc. By A. G. Bradley. London: John Bale & Sons. N.D. [1925] pp. xv,293. Illustrations include sketches of Douglas in 1828, Bishopscourt, and Braust. 208x137. [1843] Rev. Benjamin Philpot was Archdeacon of Man 1827-38.

PIERS (Sir John). Compilation /of the different / Statements / of a / Late Duel in the Isle of Man between / Sir John Piers, Bart / and John Meredith, Esq. Douglas : Printed by Geo. Jefferson. 24th March, 1807. p.p. 20. 211x140. [6646, G 88]
Very rare : this is the only copy known. The duel originated in a difference of opinion between Sir John Piers and Meredith relative to a bet at dinner, on 24th Dec., 1806. Meredith was afterwards killed in a duel by a man named Boys, in a field near Mount Murray, and the body left in the field : Boys fled.

A Statement regarding the duel between Sir John Piers and Meredith was issued in broadsheet form in 1807, by S. Turner, and printed by G. Jefferson. A copy of this has not been seen by the compiler.

Pious Manks Peasant, or the History of William Curphey. A tract by Rev. Hugh Stowell. N.D. [c. 1814]

Pious Manks Schoolmistress : a living character. By Rev. Hugh Stowell. In Houlston's Tracts, No. 18, N.D. [ c. 1814]
An obit. notice in the ' Manx Sun' of March 19th, 1833, records the death of Mrs. Judith Corrin, the subject of the tract, entitled 'The Pious Schoolmistress.'

PLEIGNIER (Victor Philippe), of King William's College. A Memory of. By the Rev. Thomas W. Drury, Bishop of Ripon. In Barrovian, March 1916. Also in Mx Quar. No. 17, 1916.

PRESTON (George), builder, of Douglas. In Mx Quar. No. 9, 1910.

PRIESTLAND (Rev. Edward, M.A.). See under Poetry, J.8.

PROCTOR (William), Mayor of Douglas. In Mx Quar. No. 18, 1917.

QUALTROUGH (Edward), of Port St. Mary. In Mx Quar. No. 14, 1914.

QUALTROUGH (Rev. John). 1814-1879. In M. W. p. 41.

QUALTROUG H (Thos., P.P.G.M.), Port St. Mary: Biographical Sketch. In Odd Fellows Mag. 1916, pp. 521-4. Also Mx Quar. No. 21, 1920. [5444]

QUANE (Captain Caesar Bacon). In Mx Quar. No. 3, 1907.

QUANE (Captain John, of Douglas). 1757-1838. In M.W. p. 177.

QUARRIE (George). See Poetry, J8.

QUAYLE (Basil and Thomas), Agriculturalists, of The Creggans. In M.W. p. 100.

QUAYLE (George Harrington, H.K.). In Mx Quar. No. 14, 1914.

QUAYLE (John), Kirk Christ Lezayre, 1678. In MX Mus. Journ. No. 34, March 1933.

QUAYLE (John), of Castletown (with portrait), by John. Watterson. In Mx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 2, p. 49.

QUAYLE (Mark Hildesley, Clerk of the Rolls), of Bridge House (1806-1880). In M.W. p. 86.

QUAYLE (Richard). The Oldest Local Preacher on the Peel Plan. In Manx Wes. Meth. Ch. Record, vol. 10, p. 27, 1902.

QUAYLE (Robert), 1853-1922 (with portrait), by G. Fred Clucas, S.H.K. In E.V. Mag., No. 3, Dec. 1924; also in West Town News, Chicago, 22nd Sept., 1922.
Robert Quayle was born in Kirk Santan, emigrated with his parents at the age of 14, and became one of the greatest experts in road-making in the States.


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