Department of Foreign Affairs, Ireland
Embassy Files (individual deposits by missions abroad)Document from  to 
Printed inventory of deposited files available in the Reading Room in National Archives listed by location.
Any member of the public is admitted provided he/she is accepted as a reader by the Director of the National Archives. No particular qualifications are needed. Official letters of introduction or recommendation for non-nationals are normally not required.
Archived records of missions abroad
Photocopying and microfilming provided. Charges will apply and prices vary depending on requirements
Copyright. Permission to publish is granted on request in respect of documents produced by Ministers and Public Servants in the course of their official duties.
It should be noted that missions abroad make regular transfers of records to the National Archives. While most Mission deposits will contain some material relating to European integration, some will be more relevant than others eg records of the Perm Rep Brussels (ie the Permanent Representative Office to EEC, Brussles ) deposited as series 1001/….;