- c.1453 x 1459
An 18th-century two-volume collection of drawings and sketches of antiquities from England and Cornwall (vol. 1, ff. 9-78), Wales (vol. 1, ff. 79-181, and vol. 2, ff. 1-78), Scotland (vol. 2. ff. 79-124) and Ireland (vol. 2, ff. 125-196). They represent unique copies, less likely originals, of sketches that were made by Edward Lhuyd, or one of his assistants and correspondents, during his journeys through Britain and Ireland c.1700. The collection was made for the antiquarian John Anstis. Also included is a letter from Richard Richardson to Edward Lhuyd, dated 3 July 1709 (i.e. shortly after the recipient's death).
- s. xviii
- s. xiiiex/xivin
Collection of notes, including poems, relating to the history of Ireland, compiled during the reign of Elizabeth I in the second half of the 16th century (c.1560x1579) by Christopher St Lawrence, seventh baron Howth (d. 1589).
- s. xvi2
An Irish manuscript, apparently written by the Franciscan friar Pól Ó Colla of Castlefore in 1644, which is now lost although 18th-century transcripts survive. It contained transcripts from manuscripts in the possession of Connell Mageoghagan at Lismoyne, including the Book of Lecan (RIA MS 23 P 2).
- Pól Ó Colla