Bibliography

Bartholomew
Mac Carthy
b. 1843–d. 1904

7 publications between 1867 and 2008 indexed
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Hennessy, William M., and B. Mac Carthy (eds. and trs.), Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster, otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat: a chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. 431 to A.D. 1540, Partial, revised ed. (1887-1901), Online: CELT. URL: <http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/G100001A http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/G100001B http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/G100001C http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/T100001A http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/T100001B http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/T100001C>. 
comments: The edition available from CELT is accompanied by the following statements (accessed 13:10, 1 February 2011 (CET)):
“[...] For the remainder of the text (AD 1155 to the end) we have had to use Mac Carthy's very unsatisfactory edition. His codicological information is obscure, his citation of variants is patchy, and he makes many unnecessary or wrong-headed attempts at emendation. These latter are simply ignored, but emendations and corrections by Whitley Stokes (1896, 1897) are integrated into the text. It is not, however, possible to produce a satisfactory digital edition from Mac Carthy's ragged apparatus.]”

and:

“Editorial corrigenda (where relevant and well-founded) are integrated into the electronic edition. Unnecessary or mistaken corrections by Mac Carthy (these appear in brackets in his edition) are simply ignored in the electronic text. Missing text supplied by the editors in the body of the work is tagged sup. Editorial and scribal corrections entered in the body of the work are tagged corr and the original reading is kept in the sic attribute. In the case of some unusual forms not commented by the editors of the hard copy the manuscript reading is tagged sic, without further comment by the makers of the electronic edition. Changes of scribe, marked by the hard copy editors, are retained and marked in the hand attribute of the tag add using the scribal sigla (for which see profiledesc below). Thus, scribal glosses and annotations are tagged add with appropriate attributes. Because of the unsatisfactory nature of Mac Carthy's edition, additions by hands other than the main hand are simply marked with add or addspan and the attribute late. Strictly codicological annotations in the apparatus criticus that do not appear to affect the meaning have been ignored.”
comments: The edition available from CELT is accompanied by the following statements (accessed 13:10, 1 February 2011 (CET)):
“[...] For the remainder of the text (AD 1155 to the end) we have had to use Mac Carthy's very unsatisfactory edition. His codicological information is obscure, his citation of variants is patchy, and he makes many unnecessary or wrong-headed attempts at emendation. These latter are simply ignored, but emendations and corrections by Whitley Stokes (1896, 1897) are integrated into the text. It is not, however, possible to produce a satisfactory digital edition from Mac Carthy's ragged apparatus.]”

and:

“Editorial corrigenda (where relevant and well-founded) are integrated into the electronic edition. Unnecessary or mistaken corrections by Mac Carthy (these appear in brackets in his edition) are simply ignored in the electronic text. Missing text supplied by the editors in the body of the work is tagged sup. Editorial and scribal corrections entered in the body of the work are tagged corr and the original reading is kept in the sic attribute. In the case of some unusual forms not commented by the editors of the hard copy the manuscript reading is tagged sic, without further comment by the makers of the electronic edition. Changes of scribe, marked by the hard copy editors, are retained and marked in the hand attribute of the tag add using the scribal sigla (for which see profiledesc below). Thus, scribal glosses and annotations are tagged add with appropriate attributes. Because of the unsatisfactory nature of Mac Carthy's edition, additions by hands other than the main hand are simply marked with add or addspan and the attribute late. Strictly codicological annotations in the apparatus criticus that do not appear to affect the meaning have been ignored.”
Hennessy, William M., and B. Mac Carthy (eds. and trs.), Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster, otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat: a chronicle of Irish affairs from A.D. 431 to A.D. 1540, 4 vols, 1st ed., Dublin, 1887–1901.
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Mac Carthy, Bartholomew [ed. and tr.], The codex Palatino-Vaticanus, no. 830, Todd Lecture Series 3, Dublin, 1892.
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Contributions to journals

MacCarthy, B., “Ancient Irish poem by Saint Colman Ua Cluasaigh”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 4 (May, 1868): 402–409.
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MacCarthy, B., “St. Fiecc’s poem on the Life of St. Patrick”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 4 (March, 1868): 269–293.
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MacCarthy, B., “Ancient Irish hymn of St. Brogan-cloen in praise of St. Brigid”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 4 (February, 1868): 220–237.
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MacCarthy, B., “The litany of Aengus Céile Dé”, The Irish Ecclesiastical Record 3 (May and June, 1867, 1866–1867): 385–397, 468–477.
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