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  • Tales of the Munster Festivals. [Includes Card drawing, The half sir, and Suil Dhuv, the coiner.] First published in London: Saunders and Otley, 1827–1842. 3 vols. (London 1862).
  • Holland-tide, or, Irish Popular Tales. London: 1827. Saunders and Otley [Further includes The Aylmers of Bally-Aylmer, The Hand and Word, Saint Martin's Day, The Brown Man, Persecutions of Jack-Edy, The unburied Legs, Owney and Owney-na-peak.]
  • Holland-Tide; or, Munster Popular Tales. London: 1827. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
  • Gisippus, or, The forgotten friend: a play in five acts as performed at Drury Lane. London: Maxwell, 1842; written around 1827.
  • The Collegians. London: Saunders and Otley 1829. 3 vols.
  • The Christian Physiologist: Tales illustrative of the five Senses (including The Day of Trial. [First published under the title The Deaf Filea]. London: Edward Bull, 1830. Reprint Dublin: James Duffy, 1860.
  • Tales of my neighbourhood. London, Saunders and Otley, 1835. 3 vols.
  • Talis Qualis: or, Tales of the Jury Room. London: Maxwell and Co. 1842. 3 vols. One-volume reprint published, Dublin: James Duffy, 1857.
  • The Duke of Monmouth. London: Maxwell and Co.; John Cumming, Dublin; and Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh 1842. [First published in London, 1836. 3 vols.]
  • The rivals; Tracy's ambition. New York: Printed by J. & J. Harper, 1830. 2 vols. [First published as The Rivals and Tracy's Ambition, London, 1829. 3 vols. ]
  • Die Schufreunde [=The Collegians]. Translated into German by Karl von Killinger, Stuttgart, Tübingen 1848; 2 vols. [First published in 1843.]
  • Life and Works of Gerald Griffin. 8 vols. London 1842–43. (Contains: Vol. 1: Daniel Griffin, Life of Gerald Griffin Esq.; Vol. 2 The Collegians; Vol. 3 Tales of the Munster Festivals; Vol. 4 The Rivals and Tracy's Ambition; Vol. 5 Holland-Tide; Vol. 6 The Duke of Monmouth; Vol. 7 Talis Qualis or Tales of the Jury Room; Vol. 8 The Poetical Works
  • The Beautiful Queen of Leix, or, The Self-consumed: an Irish tale. Dublin: James Duffy, 1854.
  • The offering of friendship: or, Tales of the five Senses. Dublin: James Duffy, 1854.
  • The Voluptuary cured: an Irish take. Dublin: James Duffy [1854?]
  • Adventures of an Irish giant. Boston: Patrick Donahoe [c. 1852? John Cronin, Critical Biography p. 142]
  • The works of Gerald Griffin. (New York: D & J. Sadlier & Co., [1857].)
  • The poetical and dramatic works of Gerald Griffin. Dublin: James Duffy [c. 1850]. Reprinted several times.
  • A story of Psyche. Dublin: James Duffy, 1876.
  • The day of trial: an Irish tale. Dublin: James Duffy.
  • The young Milesian and the selfish Crotarie: A tale. Dublin: James Duffy.
  • Poems. Dublin: M. H. Gill 1886.
  • The knight without reproach. Dublin: James Duffy; n.d.

Bibliography created by Juliette Maffet (Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand) and Beatrix Färber, School of History, University College Cork, February 2012.

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