Gaelic manuscripts owned by Dr. Pádraig de Brún,
|Main Creator:||De Brún, Pádraig, 1889-1960|
MS 1: Table of Ms contractions, two poems usually attributed to Séamas Dall Mac Cuarta, Cáineadh Whaley, two ossianic lays. Scribe: Pádraig a Frielldh [Farrelly] of Raffenny, near Virginia, Co. Cavan, 1811.
MS 2: Comhairle Mhic Lamha, miscellaneous verse (some in English), Ossianic lays, Saoithe na hÉireann, An Síogaí Rómhánach and English translation of poem Crúcha déanacha an duine.
MS 3: Caithréin Thoirdhealbhaigh. Scribe: Pól Ó Longáin for Éamonn Haicéad, Cork 1818.
MS 4: 4 leaves, miscellaneous quatrains. Scribe: Seaghán Ó Dalaigh [John O'Daly], Dublin 1851.
MS 5: Oidheadh Cloinne Uisneach, Beatha Naomh Marghairéad, Ossianic lay and other verse etc. Scribe: Tadhg Ua Dannacha [Timothy Dannahy], Killarney 1822, Cork 1823.
MS 6: Ionsaighe Muighe Léana, lament for Gearóid mac Pádraig Ohiarais (1642), genealogy of Pierse family of Co. Kerry, 'Battle of Garva' (English translation of Cath Gabhra by Thomas de Stack), Bruidhean, Bheag na hAlmhaine, two poems by Seán Ó Braonáin, poetic warrant. Scribe: Tadhg Ua Dannacha [Timothy Dannaghy], Cork 1823.
MS 7: Poems by Eoghan Rua G'O Súilleabháin and others, Eachtra and Mhadra Mhaoil, Eachtra Shéamais Grae, Maidhin an Aird Bhig, poetic warrants by Seán Ó Tuama and Aondras Mac Craith. Two unidentified scribes, 19th century, probably of Kerry provenance.
MS 8: [Laoi] an Amadáin mhóir, Ortha Mhuire, Irish prayer in phonetic spelling. Scribe: Tomás Ua Rathaille, ca. 1850, for Domhnall Ua Cúrnáin.
MS 9: Ossianic verse. Unidentified scribe, 19th century. Extensive alterations in a latter hand.
MS 10: Gairdín an Anama (a prayerbook, preceded by versified catechism of Bonaventura Ó hEóghasa, OFM). Scribe: Éamonn Ó Mathghamhna, Cork, for Pádraig Ó Fionnagáin, Cork, 1829.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts|
Original in possession of Dr. Pádraig de Brún; Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (June 1986)
Physical description: 1 microfilm reel.
Reproduction Note: Microfilm. National Library of Ireland. 1 microfilm reel : positive ; 35 mm.
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