Cáineadh Whaley‘The abuse of Whalley’verse beg. Créd an tocht nó an sprocht so ar Ghaodhlaibh?
- Early Modern Irish, Modern Irish
- Créd an tocht nó an sprocht so ar Ghaodhlaibh?
(fl. late 17th c.)
Ó Dálaigh (Feardorcha)
Irish poet based in Dublin, son of Cormac Ó Dálaigh; known for an Irish poem which vilifies astrologer John Walley.
This list is still incomplete. Manuscripts include:
- Edinburgh, National Library of Scotland, Adv. MS 72.2.7ff. 7v.1–9vheading: ‘Aodhair do Dhoctuir Whealy air dha bhi moladh do n Pharlumaid reachd thoirt a mach gus na Sagairtean do spoth’beginning: ‘Creud e n tost na n sprochd so th air ghaoidhile’19th c. 111 lines (according to Ronald Black; Mackinnon counted 108). Colophon in the last line: se m'ainm go dilis Minico Latus.
- Early Modern Irish Modern Irish
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