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Mac Donnell (Charles P.)

  • scholars
  • Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, Vienna, Poland
Irish scholar who has been identified as a “a member of the Royal Irish Academy [since 1847], the Irish Archæological Society, and the Celtic Society; from 1850 onwards he appears in Dublin directories as Pursuivant at Arms in Dublin Castle”.
Mac Donnell, Charles P., “On a MS. of the tract intituled: ‘Tipicus ac tropologicus Jesu Christi genealogiœ intellectus quem Sanctus Aileranus Scottorum sapientissimus exposuit,’ preserved in the Imperial Library at Vienna”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 7 (1857–1861): 368–371.
Reeves, William, and Charles P. Mac Donnell [quoted], “On Marianus Scotus, of Ratisbon”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 7 (1857–1861): 290–301.
Mac Donnell, Charles P., “Notice of some of the Lives which seem to have been ready, or in preparation, for the continuation of the ‘Acta Sanctorum Hiberniæ,’ at the death of Colgan”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 7 (1857–1861): 371–375.
Mac Donnell, Charles P., and Charles Graves [communicator], “On the monastic foundations of the Irish on the Continent”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 6 (June 12th, 1854, 1853–1857): 103–112.
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Mac Donnell, Charles P., “On the MSS. of John Colgan, preserved at St. Isidore's, Rome”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 6 (June 12th, 1854, 1853–1857): 95–103.
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Mac Donnell, Charles P., and Charles Graves [communicator], “On a MS. in the library of Cambray”, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 5 (December 8th, 1851, 1850–1853): 222–224.
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See also: Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale de BelgiqueBrussels, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique
Brussel, Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België, Brussels, Royal Library of Belgium
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John O'DonovanO'Donovan (John)
(1806–1861)
Ó Donnabháin (Seán)
Irish scholar
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PolandPoland
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William ReevesReeves (William)
(1815–1892)
Irish antiquarian scholar; bishop of the Anglican see of Down, Connor and Dromore; keeper of the Armagh Public Library
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ViennaVienna
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Sources

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O'Donovan, John, Annala rioghachta Eireann: Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, by the Four Masters, from the earliest period to the year 1616, 7 vols, vol. 5: [1501–1616; Appendix], 2nd ed., Dublin: Hodges, Smith & Co., 1856.
1642–1643 Note on the Mac Donnells and a certain Charles P. O'Hanlon Mac Donnell.
Mangan, James Clarence, The collected works of James Clarence Mangan, ed. Jacques Chuto, 6 vols, vol. 6: Prose, vol. 2: 1840–1882: correspondence, Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2002.
361 Identifies the “Mr. Mac Donnell” in a letter to John O'Donovan dated 24 March 1847 (NLI MS 138 (10)) as “Charles P. Mac Donnell, a member of the Royal Irish Academy, the Irish Archæological Society, and the Celtic Society; from 1850 onwards he appears in Dublin directories as Pursuivant at Arms in Dublin Castle”.