Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Tale beginning 'Nuair a bha na Feinn a chonidh [sic] ann an Tigh Farabheil. . .' 'John McLean' written in margin.
A script or draft article about the mythological Irish figure, Deirdre, from the Ulster Cycle.
Marked 'Mackinnon A4' and noted thus in previous historical records. This a bundle of 5 notebooks, perhaps written by Mackinnon himself. They are apparently transcripts of poetry from the Fernaig Manuscript.
Untitled, but with pencil written at the top of the first 'Glenmasan M.S.', this is a transcription of the Glenmasan manuscript. It contains sections of the Ulster Cycle, written in the Scottish Gaelic of the 15th century (early modern Scottish Gaelic).
This is a transcription, likely by Donald Mackinnon himself, of the story in the item title. The original manuscript is held at the National Library of Scotland, manuscript number NLS.72.2.3,col.17.
Titled 'The Glenmasan Manuscript', this appears to be a translation into English of the introduction to the text of 'The Story of Deirdre and the Sons of Uisneach'. The story is found in the Glenmasan Manuscript in the National Library of Scotland, NLS.72.2.3