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Scope and Contents There are a number of documents contained in this bundle, which includes the following items that were also catalogued in previous historical records:1. "Craobhsgaoileadh ... Geanalach cloinn hEochadha Muighe Finn". John O'Donovan appears to have made the note on the paper 'from an old paper manuscript in T.C.D'.2. A poem headed "Maoldomhna ua Muirgeasain cct./Duanseanchus ui Eidirsgeoil as Saltar...
Scope and Contents Series of class notes including, notes on the Old Irish verb, a list of books in a class library (probably that of the Celtic Class in Edinburgh University), notes on the derivation of the word fathast, a poem entitled 'Niall Mac Mhuireadhaigh cecinit'. Also notes on Cabar Feidh, notes on days of the week and a gaelic tale, without heading, which begins, Thug Mac Leoid Dhuin Bheagain cuirm mhor chum an d'thuge fios air Leathanaich Phabaidh.
Scope and Contents Items of correspondence, concerning scholarly matters, between James Carmichael Watson and Rudolf Thurneysen and James Carmichael Watson and Thomas F. O'Rahilly. Also an invoive for Togail Bruidne Da Derga edited by Eleanor Knott (Dublin, 1936).
Scope and Contents Butcher writes that he is sorry he did not see Ewart on his recent visit to Connemara. He reports that he was visited by some politicians and discussed Irish politics and University-related issues. He comments that all Ireland seems preoccupied with issues surrounding the Irish language.
Notebook with transcripts from the Book of Ballymote. By William Maunsell Hennessy , Late 19th century
Scope and Contents These are transcriptions from the Book of Ballymote (See External Documents below), written by William Maunsell Hennessy.
Scope and Contents Notebook containing notes on Gaelic Grammar and Vocabulary. It is likely that these are class notes produced by the Rev Charles Robertson from Donald Mackinnon's lectures in the Celtic Department at Edinburgh University. This is possibly not the original notebook but a copy of Robertson's work. The notebook includes, notes on 'The Celt in English Art' taken from an article by Grant Allen in the Fortnightly Review February, 1891, pp267. Also notes on Old...