Manuscripts
Results for Dublin, Trinity College (381)
  • s. xviii
  • Labras Ó Thárann
Not yet published.

A collection of prose and verse in Irish, written by Liam de Roisde in the years 1777-81.

  • 1777–81
Not yet published.

Miscellaneous collection of poetry and prose, mostly in Irish.

  • s. xviii
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Three collections of Irish prose and verse, the first two written by John Roche and the final one (dated 1705) by Patrick O’Hehir.

  • s. xviii
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Cath Finntrágha, Irish genealogies, etc., written by Diarmuid Ó Muirche in c.1782.

  • c.1782
  • Diarmuid Ó Muirche
Not yet published.

Collection of songs in Irish, dated 1770 and written by one Peadar Ó Fehín.

  • s. xviii
  • Peadar Ó Fehín
  • 1714-1715
  • Muiris Ó Nuabha

Autograph manuscript of John O'Donovan's edition of the poem Brónach ollamh déis a rígh (ascr. to Urard mac Coise) from TCD 1419 (H 6. 15). In the general catalogue of Trinity College, Dublin (1900), the manuscript is indexed twice, as nos. 1175 and 1420.

  • s. xix
  • John O'Donovan
Not yet published.

Papers of Edward O’Reilly.

  • s. xix
Not yet published.

Incomplete transcript, by John O’Domovan, of the catalogue of Irish manuscripts belonging to Edward O‘Reilly.

  • s. xix
  • John O'Donovan
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A collection of 19th-century transcripts from early Irish law tracts in manuscripts from Trinity College, Royal Irish Academy, the Bodleian and the British Museum. It consists of 17 volumes that were written by John O'Donovan and Eugene O'Curry for the Brehon Law Commission.

  • s. xix
  • John O'Donovan, Eugene O'Curry
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A Latin-English-Irish dictionary of 1662, transcribed from a manuscript in Marsh’s Library [presumably, MS Z 3.1.13].

  • s. xix
Not yet published.

A copy of the Book of Lecan, created on parchment by Eugene O’Curry.

  • s. xix
  • Eugene O'Curry
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A copy of the Leabhar Breac, created by Eugene O’Curry.

  • s. xix
  • Eugene O'Curry
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An imperfect copy of the Book of Leinster, created by Eugene O’Curry and dated 1852.

  • s. xix
  • Eugene O'Curry
Not yet published.

A case of 13 slips containing Irish deeds belonging to the 15th to 17th centuries.

  • s. xv–xvii
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Transcripts and translations, made by Eugene O’Curry, of the Irish deeds in TCD MS 1429 and others in his own possession.

  • s. xix
  • Eugene O'Curry
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  • s. xvii
  • Tuileagna Ó Maoil Chonaire, Conas Ó Dubhda

Legal materials, etc.

  • s. xv ?
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  • s. xv