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See more William ReevesReeves (William) (1815–1892) – Irish antiquarian scholar; bishop of the Anglican see of Down, Connor and Dromore; keeper of the Armagh Public Library
See more In 1851, Charles P. Mac Donnell, Esq., made copies of two accounts by Edmund MacCana at the behest of bishop William Reeves. Reeves later published a translation of one text (1854) and a transcription of the other (1864).
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Manuscript containing the Annals of Roscrea.
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