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Seán Ó Cléirigh (†1846) was fifth in descent from Cú Choigcríche Ó Cléirigh (†1665), one of the Four Masters, and in 1817 he brought to Dublin five manuscripts in the hand of or in one case merely owned by his ancestor and sold them. During the 1840s different stories circulated about this transaction, put on record by Eugene O’Curry and John O’Donovan, and this paper draws together the evidence that shows, for the first time, that Ó Cleirigh sold manuscripts to three different buyers, Edward O’Reilly, William Monck Mason, and Patrick Lynch. All survive, but one was split into parts at the time of the sales. The increase in prices during the 1830s and 1840s appears to have led Seán Ó Cléirigh to argue that these manuscripts had not been sold but merely lent to Edward O’Reilly.
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comments: Edition and translation of two poems from Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 50:
- ‘Imbu macan coig bliadhna’ (pp. 10-26), Irish version of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas (apocryphal text)
- ‘Mairi mathair, an maic bic’ (pp. 26-29), poem on the Virgin Mary.