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Irish grammatical tracts/II

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Early Modern Irish tract on declension, one of the so-called Irish grammatical tracts.

Manuscript witnesses

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Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 24 P 8 
Recension 3, headed Leabhar ceart ann so
pp. 51–182   
Text
Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS C ii 3/B 
First copy of recension 1, “defective at beginning and end” (Bergin).
pp. 1–24   
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Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS C ii 3/C 
Second copy of recension 1, “defective at beginning” (Bergin). There is a colophon dated 1552.
ff. 1–19  
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Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1319/pp. 195-278 
Recension 2, “defective at end” (Bergin).
pp. 252–278   
MS
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1319/pp. 195-278 
(V) Irish grammatical tract on the noun, “mainly written by one scribe, helped here and there by a second” (Gwynn)
p. 252–p. 278

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[ed.] Bergin, Osborn, “Irish grammatical tracts [I and II, §§ 1–11]”, Ériu 8 (supplement, 1916): i–v, 1–60.  
Critical edition of Irish grammatical tracts I (introductory part, pp 1–36) and part of II (on declension), §§ 1-11 (pp 37–60)
[ed.] Bergin, Osborn, “Irish grammatical tracts [II, §§ 12–87]”, Ériu 9 (supplement, 1921–1923): 61–124.  
Critical edition (continued) of Irish grammatical tracts, comprising part of II (on declension), §§ 12–87
[ed.] Bergin, Osborn, “Irish grammatical tracts [II, §§ 88–207]”, Ériu 10 (supplement, 1928–1926): 125–166.  
Critical edition (continued) of Irish grammatical tracts, comprising the final part of II (on declension), §§ 88–207