Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1284

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Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1284


Location Dublin, Trinity College
Shelfmark H 1. 10
Also classified as 1284 (printed catalogue no.)

Categories

Irish manuscripts
web page identifiers

page name: Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1284
page url: http://vanhamel.nl/codecs/Dublin,_Trinity_College,_MS_1284
page ID: 10725
page ID tracker: http://vanhamel.nl/codecs/Show:ID?id=10725

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Provenance
Date 1747 1747
Scribes, hands
Indexed:

Aodh Ó Dálaigh (indexed)


Patron Francis Stoughton Sullivan
“This is one of several volumes transcribed by Hugh O'Daly for Dr. Francis Stoughton Sullivan, Fellow of Trinity College, 1738; Prof. of Laws, 1750; d. 766” (Abbott).
Codicological description
Material paper
Palaeographical description
none available as yet
Contents
Work in progress
f. 1
f. 46
f. 76
f. 98
f. 110
f. 136–f. 139
» blank
f. 140
f. 141b
f. 142
[Forus focal] » Incipit: ‘Fead ainm dinnisin iarsin’ » Abbott describes this copy as imperfect, seeing as it begins with stanza 8 of Stokes' edition and stanzas 56-65 are placed after stanzas 67-75, as well as inaccurate (“incorrectly written”).
f. 144
» Alphabetically arranged glossary explaining the same words in prose (Abbott)
f. 147
f. 147b
f. 148
f. 148b
f. 149
f. 149b
f. 150
[Carais Páttraicc phuirt Macha] » Incipit: ‘Caras Pattraig puirt Macha’ » Poem on the virtues of the saints of Ireland
f. 151line 18
» Incipit: ‘A sgithin Eamhna Macha
f. 152line 18
» Incipit: ‘Ceathrar do chualas ga crádh
f. 153
f. 153b
f. 157
f. 159
f. 159a
f. 160a
f. 161a
f. 161b
f. 162
f. 163
f. 164b
f. 165
f. 165b
f. 166b
f. 167
f. 167b
f. 168
f. 168
f. 170
Inverted folios (ff. 179-176 = ff. 4-7)
f. 176–f. 179
» Conversational English and Irish phrases, edited by J. H. Lloyd, ‘Mid-eighteenth century conversation’, Gadelica 1 (1912–1913)


The list below has been collated from the table of contents (if available on this page)
Progress in this area is being made piecemeal. Full and partial tables of contents are available for a small number of manuscripts.
and incoming annotations concerning individual texts (again, if available).
Whenever catalogue entries about texts are annotated with information about particular manuscript witnesses, these manuscripts can be queried for the texts that are linked to them.
(MS)
f. 150
incipit: Caras Pattraig puirt Macha   Poem on the virtues of the saints of Ireland
(Text)
f. 150  
Imperfect and incomplete
(MS)
f. 142
incipit: Fead ainm dinnisin iarsin   Abbott describes this copy as imperfect, seeing as it begins with stanza 8 of Stokes' edition and stanzas 56-65 are placed after stanzas 67-75, as well as inaccurate (“incorrectly written”).
(Text)



  • Sources


Secondary sources

Abbott, T. K., and E. J. Gwynn, Catalogue of the Irish manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co, 1921.
Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive: <link> 21–24, 331. Direct link Direct link

Queried results

if available
Abbott, T. K., and E. J. Gwynn, Catalogue of the Irish manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co, 1921.
Internet Archive: <link> Internet Archive: <link>
12–81   “1278–1299”
MSS 1278 (p. 12); 1279 (p. 13); 1280 (pp. 13-15); 1281 (pp. 16-20); 1282 (p. 20); 1283 (p. 21); 1284 (pp. 21-24); 1285 (pp. 24-35); 1286 (pp. 35-40); 1287 (pp. 40-44); 1288 (pp. 44-50); 1289 (pp. 50-60); 1290 (p. 60); 1291 (pp. 60-64); 1292 (pp. 64-66); 1293 (p. 66); 1294 (p. 67); 1295 (pp. 67-69); 1296 (pp. 70-74); 1297 (pp. 74-78); 1298 (pp. 78-80); 1299 (p. 81)
330–367   Gwynn, E. J., [Supplement] “59; 804; 1106; 1136–1137; 1280–1281; 1283–1289; 1291–1292; 1296–1298; 1304–1311; 1313–1319; 1321; 1323; 1325–1326; 1328; 1331; 1333–1337; 1340–1341; etc.”
59; 804; 1106; 1136; 1137; 1287 (p. 330); 1280; 1281; 1283; 1284 (p. 331); 1285 (pp. 331-332); 1286 (p. 332); 1287 (pp. 332-333); 1288 (p. 333); 1289 (pp. 333-334); 1291; 1292 (p. 335); 1296; 1297 (p. 336); 1298 (pp. 336-337); 1304; 1305; 1306; 1307; 1308; 1309; 1310 (p. 338); 1311; 1313; 1314; 1315 (p. 339); 1316 (pp. 340-341); 1317 (pp. 341-342); 1318 (pp. 342-348); 1319 (pp. 348-352); 1321; 1323 (p. 352); 1325 (p. 353); 1326 (pp. 353-354); 1328; 1331; 1333 (p. 354); 1334 (pp. 354-355); 1335 (p. 355); 1336 (pp. 355-358); 1337 (pp. 358-362); 134o (pp. 362-363); 1341 (p. 363); 1343 (p. 364); 1344; 1345; 1346 (p. 365); 1347; 1348; 1351; 1360; 1361; 1374; 1381; 1382; 1406 (p. 366); 1416; 1421; 1423; 1435; 1436 (p. 367)
Lloyd, J. H., “Mid-eighteenth century conversation”, Gadelica 1 (1912–1913): 19–31.

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