Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1392
- Latin, Irish
- Welsh manuscripts
A copy of the Grammatica Latino-Hibernica found among Edward Lhuyd’s papers.
Abbott: “4to. Grammatica Latino-Hibernica. The first part written originally at Louvain, and dated 19th September, 1669. A note is added, p. 51: 'Copia vera. Hanc grammaticam paulo mutatam Romae cdidit Mollovius A. 1677.' This is doubtless the MS. grammar mentioned by Lhwyd, Archæologia, p. 299. Followed (p. 52) by a treatise, De Poesi (being chap. ix of the grammar), written in Latin, with examples in Irish. Dated at the end 1706.”
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