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Archer, Joseph. Statistical survey of the county Dublin with observations on the means of improvement drawn up for the consideration and by order of The Dublin Society. Dublin: printed by Graisberry and Campbell, 1801.

Ball, Francis Elrington. "Descriptive sketch of Clondalkin, Tallaght, and other places in west County Dublin." Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 9 (1899): 93-108.

Ball, Francis Elrington (unconfirmed) "Guide to antiquities in the Dublin District" Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 44 (1914): 272-273.

Ball, Francis Elrington. A history of the county Dublin. Vol II.
Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1979.
(6 vols, reproduced by photo lithography from the 1st. impression of 1902). Available: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm accessed  20th July 2011.

Barrow, Lennox. "The Round Towers of County Dublin". Dublin Historical Record 28 (1974/75): 57-69.

"Belgard Castle - Curiosities of Craftsmansip". The Harp, Spring 1971.

Beranger, Gabriel. Drawings of the principal antique buildings of Ireland. Ed. Peter Harbison. Dublin: Four Courts Press in association with the National Library of Ireland, 1998.

Bewley, Sir E. "Notes on Belgard Castle, Clondalkin, Co Dublin".
(original source not known)

Byrne, Roy H. and Ann Graham. From generation to generation, Clondalkin village, parish and neighbourhood. Clondalkin: St. John'S Church, 1989.

Channing, John. Archaeological report on investigations at St. Brigid's Well, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin.Dublin, 1993


Clondalkin History Society. Walk through the past. Clondalkin: Clondalkin History Society Year, 1985.

Cooper, Austin. An eighteenth century antiquary; the sketches, notes and diaries of Austin Cooper (1759-1830). Printed by direction of his great grandson, Albert Damer Cooper. Ed. Liam Price, M.R.I.A. Dublin: J. Falconer, 1942.

D'Alton, John. The history of county Dublin. Cork: Tower Books, 1976. (Originally published Dublin: Hodges & Smith (838). Available: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/Dalton/daltindex.htm accessed 20th July 2011.

Devine, Joe.The house of Corkagh. Dublin: South Dublin Libraries, 2003

"Doorways in Round Towers". Irish Builder 23 (1881) 183, 191.

Dúchas, the Heritage Service. Record of monuments and places protected under section 12 of the National Monuments (Amendment) Act 1994, county of Fingal, Dublin County Borough, county of South Dublin, county of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown. [Maps and 1 book] Dublin: Dúchas, the Heritage Service, 1998.


Duncan, William. Maps of the county of Dublin. Dublin: William Duncan, 1821.

Dunne, John. "The Phantom Coach of Newlands" in Haunted Ireland her romantic and mysterious ghosts. Dublin: Appletree Press (1977).

Foster, Ronan.So far so good, 50 years of scouting in Clondalkin.
Dublin, St. Killian's Unit, C.B.S.I n.d.

Harbison, Peter. A Guide to the National Monuments of Ireland. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan (1970).

History of Clondalkin Library. private, nd.

The History of Healys Black Lion House, Orchard Road, Clondalkin.
private, nd Irish Countrywomens' Association.Clondalkin. Clondalkin: I.C.A., n.d.

Irish Manuscripts Commission. A census of Ireland circa 1659, with supplementary material from the Poll Money Ordinances (1660-1661). ed. Séamus Pender. Dublin: Stationary Office, 1939.

Joyce, Weston St John. The Neighbourhood of Dublin. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1977 (originally published 1912, text is a photographic reproduction of the 1939 edition). Available: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/Neighbourhood/contents.html accessed 20th July 2011.

Joyce, Weston St. John. Rambles near Dublin. 2nd ed. Dublin: Evening Telegraph Office, 1890.

Lewis, Samuel. A topographical dictionary of Ireland, comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs, corporate, market and post towns, parishes and villages, with historical and statistical descriptions Vol I
London: S. Lewis & Co., 1837.

Murphy, Padraig A. Moments in ecclesiatical history, an account of the Roman Catholic parish of Clondalkin, County Dublin, 630-2000 A.D.
Dublin: Clondalkin History Society, 2002.

Ó h-Éailidhe, P. "Early Christian grave slabs in the Dublin region".
Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 103 (1973): 51-64.

Ordnance Survey. Fair Plan Rathfarnham Parish Co. Dublin (1837).
Held at the National Archives. Reference No. OS 105E/279.

Ordnance Survey letters Dublin (letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the County of Dublin collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in 1837). Ed. Michael Herity. Dublin: Four Masters Press, 2001.

Ordnance Survey. Memorandums, Co. Dublin. Held in the National Archives of Ireland, Bishop Street, Dublin 8.

Ordnance Survey. Name books, Parish of Clondalkin, Co. Dublin.  Held in the National Archives of Ireland, Bishop Street, Dublin 8.

Ordnance Survey. Parish of Clondalkin Co. Dublin. 1:2,500. Dublin: Ordnance Survey, 1870.

Petty, William. Hiberniae Delineatio: atlas of Ireland. Newcastle upon Tyne: Frank Graham, 1968.
(original maps drawn c. 1660, engraved c. 1663, published 1685, based on the Down Survey maps).

Price, Liam, "The antiquities and place names of south county Dublin." Dublin Historical Record 2 (1940): 121-133.

Refaussé, Raymond and Mary Clarke. A catalogue of the maps of the estates of the Archbishops of Dublin 1654-1850. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000.

The Restoration of St. Brigid's Well, Clondalkin. Dublin: South Dublin County Council, ca.1999.

[Rocque, John ]. The A to Z of Georgian Dublin: John Rocque's maps of the city in 1756 and the county in 1760. Ed. Paul Ferguson. Lympne Castle, Kent: Harry Margary in association with Trinity College Library Dublin, 1998.

Rocque, John. An actual survey of the county of Dublin on the same scale as those of Middlesex, Oxford, Barks and Buckinghamshire by John Rocque.
(4 sheets) 1760.

Rynne, Etienne. "Excavation of a church-site at Clondalkin, Co. Dublin". Journal of The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 97 (1967): 29-37.

South Dublin County Council, Parks and Lansscapes Services Department. Corkagh Park - Páirc Chorcaí. Dublin: South Dublin County Council, 2001.

Taylor, George and Andrew Skinner. Maps of the roads of Ireland.
Shannon: Irish University Press, 1969. (originally published 1778, second edition 1783).<

Taylor, John. Taylor's map of the environs of Dublin extending 10 to 14 miles from the castle, by actual survey, on a scale of 2 inches to one mile.
Dublin: Phoenix Maps, 1989.
(single sheet facsimile of the two sheet edition of 1816).

Ua Broin, Liam. "Clondalkin Co. Dublin and its Neighbourhood."
Journal of The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 74 (1944): 191-218.

Westropp, T. J. "List of the Round Towers of Ireland." Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Section C 5 (1898-1900): 294-300.

Williams, Joe. Carmelite Nuns, Orchard House and Áras Chrónain. Clondalkin: Joe Williams, n.d.

Williams, Joe. Clondalkin chronology and historic notes.
Dublin: Joe Williams, n.d..

Williams, Joe. Clondalkin Cluain Dolcain Monastic Village. (walk guide)
Clondalkin: Clondalkin Chamber of Commerce, 2005.

Williams, Joe. Clondalkin Postal Views a postcard history of Clondalkin.
Dublin: Artsquad Clondalkin, 1997

Williams, Joe. Clondalkin Round Tower lecture given by Joe Williams.
Dublin: Clondalkin History Society, 2001.

Williams, Joe Clondalkin Wild Geese, lecture to Clondalkin History Society at Aras Cronan, Monday 29th March 1993.
Dublin: Joe Williams, 1993.

Williams, Joe. Katharine Tynan's cobbler: the story of Patrick Gogarty, the fourth annual Katharine Tynan Memorial Lecture, County Library, Tallaght, 1999. Dublin: Joe Williams, 1999.

Williams, Joe. Monastery of Mount St. Joseph, Clondalkin, 1813-1939.
Dublin: Joe Williams, 1995.

Williams, Joe. The Round Towers of County Dublin, Condalkin, Lusk, Rathmichael, Swords, Dublin (Great Ship Street), Balrothery, Glasnevin, Ireland's Eye, Portrane. Dublin, Joe Williams, 1991.

Williams, Joe. South County Dublin Trams, lecture. Dublin: Clondalkin History Society, 2002.

Williams, Joe. Transport in Clondalkin. Dublin, Joe Williams, 199?

Williams, Joe. What's in a name? Cluain Dolcáin. Clondalkin: Joe Williams, n.d.

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