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Paul
Walsh
b. 1885–d. 1941

105 publications between 1909 and 2012 indexed
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Walsh, Paul, Irish leaders and learning through the ages, ed. Nollaig Ó Muraíle, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003.  
For a table of contents, see Ricorso. Early Leinster, and Meath, province and diocese -- Leinster states and kings in Christian times -- Short annals of Leinster -- Prehistoric Meath -- The ancient boundaries and tribes of Meath -- Ui Maccu Uais -- Meath in the Book of Rights -- Tethbae -- The Ua Maelechlainn kings of Meath -- How the diocese of Meath came to be -- Fragments of Meath history -- Connla and Conall Mageoghegan -- In Conall Mageoghegan’s neighbourhood -- Antony Mageoghegan, bishop of Clonmacnois -- Janet Marward, 1562-1629 -- The Civil Survey of Co. Meath -- The Plunket family -- The kin of Oliver Plunket -- Gaelic genealogies of the Plunkets -- Early and Early Modern Connacht -- Christian kings of Connacht -- Connacht in the Book of Rights -- James Blake of Galway -- Maolmordha Mac Suibhne -- Addresses to Tibbot na Long -- People and Places -- Woulfe's Irish Names and Surnames -- Some details of the Dillons -- Some Norman surnames -- The Westmeath Leavys -- History of the O Dalys -- The surname Golding -- The nickname Mant na Mulchan (O Ruairc) -- Some placenames of ancient Meath -- Note on Magheradernan -- The topography of Betha Colmain -- Placenames in Vita Finniani -- The placename Ocha, Ochainn--Faughanhill, Co. Meath -- A couple of placenames from the vicinity of Kells -- Gerdlige, Girley, Co. Meath -- Cnoc Aiste, Co. Westmeath -- Tippermessan, Co. Meath -- Higginstown, Co. Westmeath -- Some Westmeath placenames in a fifteenth-century poem -- Mela Mor in Co. Kilkenny -- Some placenames from the O Clery Book of Genealogies -- Bothar Cualann.
For a table of contents, see Ricorso. Early Leinster, and Meath, province and diocese -- Leinster states and kings in Christian times -- Short annals of Leinster -- Prehistoric Meath -- The ancient boundaries and tribes of Meath -- Ui Maccu Uais -- Meath in the Book of Rights -- Tethbae -- The Ua Maelechlainn kings of Meath -- How the diocese of Meath came to be -- Fragments of Meath history -- Connla and Conall Mageoghegan -- In Conall Mageoghegan’s neighbourhood -- Antony Mageoghegan, bishop of Clonmacnois -- Janet Marward, 1562-1629 -- The Civil Survey of Co. Meath -- The Plunket family -- The kin of Oliver Plunket -- Gaelic genealogies of the Plunkets -- Early and Early Modern Connacht -- Christian kings of Connacht -- Connacht in the Book of Rights -- James Blake of Galway -- Maolmordha Mac Suibhne -- Addresses to Tibbot na Long -- People and Places -- Woulfe's Irish Names and Surnames -- Some details of the Dillons -- Some Norman surnames -- The Westmeath Leavys -- History of the O Dalys -- The surname Golding -- The nickname Mant na Mulchan (O Ruairc) -- Some placenames of ancient Meath -- Note on Magheradernan -- The topography of Betha Colmain -- Placenames in Vita Finniani -- The placename Ocha, Ochainn--Faughanhill, Co. Meath -- A couple of placenames from the vicinity of Kells -- Gerdlige, Girley, Co. Meath -- Cnoc Aiste, Co. Westmeath -- Tippermessan, Co. Meath -- Higginstown, Co. Westmeath -- Some Westmeath placenames in a fifteenth-century poem -- Mela Mor in Co. Kilkenny -- Some placenames from the O Clery Book of Genealogies -- Bothar Cualann.
Walsh, Paul, Pádraig Ó Fiannachta, and P. Ó Maoileachlainn, Lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge, Choláiste Phádraig, Má Nuad: clár, 8 vols, Maynooth: An Sagart, 1965–1980.
Walsh, Paul, Lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge, Choláiste Phádraig, Má Nuad: clár, 8 vols, vol. 1, Maynooth: An Sagart, 1980.  
Reprint of Paul Walsh, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Maynooth College Library (1943) as part of the series Lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge, Choláiste Phádraig, Má Nuad.
Reprint of Paul Walsh, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Maynooth College Library (1943) as part of the series Lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge, Choláiste Phádraig, Má Nuad.
Walsh, Paul, Irish chiefs and leaders, ed. Colm O Lochlainn, Dublin: Three Candles, 1960.
Walsh, Paul [ed.], Beatha Aodha Ruaidh Uí Dhomhnaill, as Leabhar Lughaidh Uí Chlérigh: The life of Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill, transcribed from the Book of Lughaidh Ó Clérigh, 2 vols, vol. 2, Irish Texts Society, 45, Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 1957.  
Contents: Introduction; Historical criticism [Irish Historical Studies 1 (1939) 229–250]; Memoranda Gadelic [IBL 19 (1931): 166–171] (76); Short annals of Tír Conaill [IBL 22 (1934) 104–109] (87); Poems on the Ó Domhnaill family (98); Eoghan Ruadh Mac an Bhaird (104); File gan ainm cc (118); Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird (126); Poems to Calvach Ruad (149); Notes (205); Glossary (239); Index (409).
Corpas.ria.ie – 76-84, 86-96, 118-122, 132, 152-154 (odd pages with Irish text only): <link>
Contents: Introduction; Historical criticism [Irish Historical Studies 1 (1939) 229–250]; Memoranda Gadelic [IBL 19 (1931): 166–171] (76); Short annals of Tír Conaill [IBL 22 (1934) 104–109] (87); Poems on the Ó Domhnaill family (98); Eoghan Ruadh Mac an Bhaird (104); File gan ainm cc (118); Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird (126); Poems to Calvach Ruad (149); Notes (205); Glossary (239); Index (409).
Walsh, Paul, The placenames of Westmeath, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1957.
Walsh, Paul [ed,], Beatha Aodha Ruaidh Uí Dhomhnaill, as Leabhar Lughaidh Uí Chlérigh: The life of Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill, transcribed from the Book of Lughaidh Ó Clérigh, 2 vols, vol. 1, Irish Texts Society, 42, Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 1948.  
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II. Introduction, glossary, et al.
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comments: I. Text and translation
II. Introduction, glossary, et al.
Walsh, Paul, The Four Masters and their work, ed. Colm O Lochlainn, Dublin: Three Candles, 1944.
Walsh, Paul, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Maynooth College Library, Maynooth: Cuallacht Chuilm Chille, 1943.  
comments: Contents of Murphy manuscripts, 1–10 (M 1–M 10)
comments: Contents of Murphy manuscripts, 1–10 (M 1–M 10)
Walsh, Paul, The O Cléirigh family of Tír Conaill: an essay, with the O Cléirigh genealogies, Dublin: O Lochlainn, 1938. viii + 50 pp + 3 pl.
Walsh, Paul, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933.  
Contents: Farewell to Inis Fáil -- Elegy on Émonn Ó Braonáin -- Elegy on Niall Garbh Ó Domhnaill -- Disjecta membra -- Franciscan ms. of the Four Masters -- Olc mo thuras sonn ó Lundain -- Versus pro lingua hibernica -- A poem by Aodh Mac Aingil -- Poems in Maynooth mss -- Scraps from Irish scribes -- Who will buy my poem? [reprinted from The Irish Ecclesiastical Record] -- The friars at Prague protest -- A letter of John MacSolly [reprinted from The Irish Ecclesiastical Record].
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Contents: Farewell to Inis Fáil -- Elegy on Émonn Ó Braonáin -- Elegy on Niall Garbh Ó Domhnaill -- Disjecta membra -- Franciscan ms. of the Four Masters -- Olc mo thuras sonn ó Lundain -- Versus pro lingua hibernica -- A poem by Aodh Mac Aingil -- Poems in Maynooth mss -- Scraps from Irish scribes -- Who will buy my poem? [reprinted from The Irish Ecclesiastical Record] -- The friars at Prague protest -- A letter of John MacSolly [reprinted from The Irish Ecclesiastical Record].
Walsh, Paul [ed.], Leabhar chlainne Suibhne: an account of the Mac Sweeney families in Ireland, with pedigrees, Dublin, 1920.
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Walsh, Paul, Genealogiae regum et sanctorum Hiberniae, Maynooth: Record Society, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, 1918.
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Walsh, Paul, The placenames of Westmeath, part I: the Ordnance Survey Letters referring to the county abridged and edited, Dublin: Dollard, 1915.

Works edited

Walsh, Paul (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947.  
A collection of articles by Paul Walsh nearly all of which were published previously in the journals Studies: An Irish Quarterly, Irish Ecclesiastical Record and The Catholic Bulletin.
A collection of articles by Paul Walsh nearly all of which were published previously in the journals Studies: An Irish Quarterly, Irish Ecclesiastical Record and The Catholic Bulletin.

Contributions to journals

Walsh, Paul, “An Leabhar Muimhneach”, Irish Historical Studies 3 (1942–1943): 135–143.
Walsh, Paul, “Another place name in Westmeath: Foroí, Forach, Forrach, modern Farragh”, Irish Book Lover 28 (1941–1942): 54–56.
Walsh, Paul, “A story of Diarmaid mac Cerbaill: Mullinoran and other place names”, Irish Book Lover 28 (1941–1942): 74–80.
Walsh, Paul, “Tethbae”, Ériu 13 (1942): 88–94.
Walsh, Paul, “The dating of Irish annals”, Irish Historical Studies 2:8 (Sept. 1941, 1941): 355–375.
Walsh, Paul, “Sir Richard Levinge”, Éigse 2:4 (geimhreadh, 1940): 258.
Walsh, Paul, “Restoration of LU, 1380”, The Catholic Bulletin 29 (November, 1939): 732–736.
Walsh, Paul, “Short annals of Leinster”, The Irish Book Lover 24 (May-June, 1936): 58–60, 87.
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Walsh, Paul, “The O Clerys of Tirconnell”, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 24:94 (June, 1935): 244–262.
Walsh, Paul, “Short annals of Fir Manach”, The Irish Book Lover 23 (Jan-Feb, 1935): 7–10.
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Walsh, Paul, “The convent of Donegal 1632–36”, Irish Book Lover 23 (1935): 109–115.
Walsh, Paul, “The Four Masters”, Irish Book Lover 22 (1934): 128–131.
Walsh, Paul, “Captain Sorley McDonnell and his books”, The Irish Book Lover 22 (July-August, 1934): 81–88.
Walsh, Paul, “Short annals of Tirconaill”, The Irish Book Lover 22 (Sep-Oct, 1934): 104–109. + 24 (1936): 13.
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Walsh, Paul, “In Conall Mageoghegan’s neighbourhood”, Irish Book Lover 21:1 (January-February, 1933): 4–7.
Walsh, Paul, “Brussels MS 6131 x 6133 [part 2]”, Irisleabhar Muighe Nuadhad (1933): 34–41.
Walsh, Paul, “Brussels MS 6131 x 6133 [part 1]”, Irisleabhar Muighe Nuadhad (1932): 43–52.
Walsh, Paul, “Recent studies on the Patrician documents”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 5th series, 39 (1932): 232–242.  
Breathnach, Pól, “Memoranda Gadelica”, Irish Book Lover 19 (1931): 166–171.
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Walsh, Paul, “Scraps from Irish scribes: Corc Óg Ó Cadhla”, The Catholic Bulletin 20 (February, 1930): 141–155.
Walsh, Paul, “Fragmenta”, Irisleabhar Muighe Nuadhad (1930): 13–19.
Walsh, Paul, “Two Irish manuscripts”, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 18:70 (June, 1929): 292–306.
Walsh, Paul, “The Book of the Dun Cow”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 5th series, 34 (1929): 449–464.
Walsh, Paul, “Scraps from Irish scribes: Risdeard Ó Conchubhair”, The Catholic Bulletin 19 (August, 1929): 730–746.
Walsh, Paul, “Bás Cearbhaill agus Farbhlaidhe”, Irisleabhar Muighe Nuadhad (1928): 26–45.
Walsh, Paul, “A poet's manuscript”, Irisleabhar Mhuighe Nuadhad (1927): 39–53.
Walsh, Paul, “The books of Captain Sorley MacDonnell”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 5th series, 30 (1927): 337–351, 561–568.  
Walsh, Paul [ed.], “Cath Cúla Dremne”, Irisleabhar Muighe Nuadhad (1926): 3–11.
Walsh, Paul, “Uí Maccu Uais”, Ériu 9 (1921–1923): 55–60.
Walsh, Paul, “Genealogiae regum et sanctorum Hiberniae: by the Four Masters [part 2]”, Archivium Hibernicum 6 (1917): iii–viii, 97–129, 131–139, 141–153.
Walsh, Paul [ed. and tr.], “A poem on Ireland”, Ériu 8 (1916): 64–74.
Walsh, Paul, “Genealogiae regum et sanctorum Hiberniae [part 1]”, Archivium Hibernicum 5 (1916): 1–3, 5–96 [appendix].
Walsh, Paul, “Irish ocha, ochann”, Ériu 8 (1916): 75–77.
Walsh, Paul, “Place names in Vita Finniani”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 10 (1915): 73–77.
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Walsh, Paul, “Miscellanea: On some Irish adverbs”, Gadelica: A Journal of Modern-Irish Studies 1:2 (1912–1913): 132–134.
Walsh, Paul, “Olc mo thuras sonn ó Lundain”, Gadelica: A Journal of Modern-Irish Studies 1 (1912–1913): 249–250.
Walsh, Paul, “On a passage in Serglige Conculaind”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 8 (1912): 555–556.
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Walsh, Paul, “The topography of Betha Colmáin”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 8 (1912): 568–582.
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Walsh, Paul, “A fragment used by Keating: History (Bk. I.., Sec. III.)”, Archivium Hibernicum 1 (1912): 1–9, 368b (appendix).
Walsh, Paul [ed. and tr.], “An Irish hymn on the Blessed Virgin”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 29 (January-June, 1911): 172–177.
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Walsh, Paul [ed. and tr.], “Three Irish hymns”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 29 (1911): 523–529.  
Text and English translation of three medieval Irish poems: (1) the poem beg. A Choimdiu báidh, based on the edition of Kuno Meyer, ACL 3: 231; (2) poem beg. Tuc dam, a Dé móir, based on Meyer, ACL 3: 232; (3) poem beg. Tórramat do nóebaingil, based on Meyer, Selections from early Irish poetry: 1.
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Text and English translation of three medieval Irish poems: (1) the poem beg. A Choimdiu báidh, based on the edition of Kuno Meyer, ACL 3: 231; (2) poem beg. Tuc dam, a Dé móir, based on Meyer, ACL 3: 232; (3) poem beg. Tórramat do nóebaingil, based on Meyer, Selections from early Irish poetry: 1.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Walsh, Paul, “George Petrie: his life and work”, in: Próinséas Ní Chatháin, Siobhán FitzPatrick, and Howard B. Clarke (eds), Pathfinders to the past: the antiquarian road to Irish historical writing, 1640-1960, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2012. 44–71.
Paul Walsh, “Irish scholars at Louvain”, in: Nollaig Ó Muraíle (ed.), Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, his associates and St Anthony’s College Louvain (2008): 130.
Paul Walsh, “The travels of Micheál Ó Cléirigh”, in: Nollaig Ó Muraíle (ed.), Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, his associates and St Anthony’s College Louvain (2008): 134.
Paul Walsh, “The work of a winter, 1629-30”, in: Nollaig Ó Muraíle (ed.), Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, his associates and St Anthony’s College Louvain (2008): 146.
Walsh, Paul, “Short annals of Leinster”, in: Paul Walsh, Irish leaders and learning through the ages, ed. Nollaig Ó Muraíle, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003. 53–55.
Walsh, Paul, “The books of Captain Sorley MacDonnell”, in: Paul Walsh, Irish chiefs and leaders, ed. Colm O Lochlainn, Dublin: Three Candles, 1960. 110–141.  
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comments: Reprint
Walsh, Paul, “Annála beaga Fear Manach: Short annals of Fir Manach”, in: Paul Walsh, Irish chiefs and leaders, ed. Colm O Lochlainn, Dublin: Three Candles, 1960. 58–66.
Walsh, Paul, “David O Duigenan, scribe”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 25–33.
Walsh, Paul, “The Maguires and Irish learning”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 241–245.
Walsh, Paul, “An Irish medical family: Mac an Leagha”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 206–218.
Walsh, Paul, “The learned family of Ó Cuirnín”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 119–132.
Walsh, Paul, “The learned family of O Maelconaire”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 34–48.
Walsh, Paul, “Irish scholars at Louvain”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 246–251.
Walsh, Paul, “The annals attributed to Tigernach”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 219–225.
Walsh, Paul, “The Book of the Dun Cow”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 133–150.
Walsh, Paul, “The Book of Fenagh”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 49–73.
Walsh, Paul, “The Book of Munster”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 252–262.
Walsh, Paul, “The hero tales of Ireland”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 226–229.
Walsh, Paul, “The learned family of Mac an Bhaird”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 151–159.
Walsh, Paul, “The link with Tadhg Dall of O hUiginn”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 74–79.
Walsh, Paul, “John O Donovan, Irish historical scholar”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 263–272.
Walsh, Paul, “The learned family of O Duigenan”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 1–12.
Walsh, Paul, “Togail bruidne Da Derga”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 230–234.
Walsh, Paul, “Two Franciscan MSS and their scribes”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 160–178.
Walsh, Paul, “The learned family of Mac Fhirbhisigh”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 80–101.
Walsh, Paul, “The books of the O Duigenans”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 13–24.
Walsh, Paul, “Poets, historians and judges”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 235–240.
Walsh, Paul, “The Book of O Donnell's daughter”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 179–205.
Walsh, Paul, “The Great Book of Lecan”, in: Paul Walsh (ed.), Irish men of learning: studies, Dublin: Three Candles, 1947. 102–118.
Walsh, Paul, “Meath in the Book of Rights”, in: John Ryan (ed.), Féil-sgríbhinn Eóin Mhic Néill: Essays and studies presented to professor Eoin MacNeill on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, May 15th 1938, Dublin: Three Candles, 1940. 508–521.
Walsh, Paul, “Farewell to Inis Fáil”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 3–11.
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Walsh, Paul, “Poems in Maynooth mss”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 108–122.
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Walsh, Paul, “Elegy on Émonn Ó Braonáin”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 12–26.
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Walsh, Paul, “A poem by Aodh Mac Aingil”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 96–107.
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Walsh, Paul, “Elegy on Niall Garbh Ó Domhnaill”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 27–52.
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Walsh, Paul, “A letter of John Mac Solly”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 197–204.
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Walsh, Paul, “Scraps from Irish scribes”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 123–181.
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Walsh, Paul, “Disjecta membra”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 53–68.
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Walsh, Paul, “Olc mo thuras sonn ó Lundain”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 86–87.
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Walsh, Paul, “The friars at Prague protest against a calumny”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 194–196.
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Walsh, Paul, “Extracts from the Franciscan manuscript of the Annals of the Four Masters”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 69–85.
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Walsh, Paul, “Who will buy my poem?”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 182–193.
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Walsh, Paul, “Versus pro lingua hibernica”, in: Paul Walsh, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts, 2nd ed., Dublin: Three Candles, 1933. 88–95.
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Walsh, Paul [ed.], “Scéla lái brátha inso sís”, in: Patrick OʼNeill, Pádraig Ó Fithcheallaigh, and Tomás de Róiste [et al.] (eds), Mil na mBeach: sliocht do shein-leabhraibh anmeud so idir prós agus filidheacht, Dublin, 1911. 62–68, 153.
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Walsh, Paul [ed.], “Scéla na hesérgi”, in: Patrick OʼNeill, Pádraig Ó Fithcheallaigh, and Tomás de Róiste [et al.] (eds), Mil na mBeach: sliocht do shein-leabhraibh anmeud so idir prós agus filidheacht, Dublin, 1911. 69–78, 153.
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Walsh, Paul, “Scél in dá lenab”, in: Cuallacht Chuilm Cille (ed.), Éigse suadh is seanchaidh, Dublin: Gill, 1909. 42–43 (edition).
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Walsh, Paul [ed.], “Oidheadh Chonlaoich mic Con gCulainn”, in: Cuallacht Chuilm Cille (ed.), Éigse suadh is seanchaidh, Dublin: Gill, 1909. 13–28 (edition), 59–71 (notes).
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