Results for T (428)
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 175
  • s. xv2
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 175
  • s. xv1

Fragment of Richard FitzRalph, De pauperie Salvatoris (al. De paupertate Christi).

  • s. xv2/4
  • Dublin, Trinity College, MS 347
  • Dublin, Trinity College, MS 498

A manuscript containing what is known as the First Variant of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia regum Britanniae (ff. 23r-65v).

  • s. xiiiex/xivin

Abridged transcript of John Lynch’s De praesulibus Hibernicae made for William Reeves.

  • s. xix
  • Dublin, Trinity College, MS 573

Compilation of extracts and texts from various Irish annals and registers in Latin, incl. the Register of Clogher, John Clyn's Annals of Ireland, Henry of Marlborough's annals, short annals of Ireland by Thady Dowling, Gerald of Wales, the annals of Dunbrody Abbey, the Black and White Books of Christ Church, Dublin, the annals of Ross and the Annals of Ulster. For much of the material, there is evidence that it was written for James Ussher (d. 1656). The manuscript passed into the possession of James Ware.

  • s. xvii

Latin annals of Ireland by John de Pembridge.

  • s. xv

A notebook of excerpts from a variety of sources of Irish interest, compiled about 1650 by James Ware.

  • 1650 x 1652
  • James Ware

Irish manuscript miscellany consisting chiefly of works written in Latin, produced in a Franciscan house and dated to the latter half of the 15th century. Some of the texts, such as Fierabras, De inventione sanctae crucis and the Pseudo-Turpin chronicle, were translated into Irish in the same century.

  • s. xv2

A copy of the Annals of Clonmacnoise, written by Tadhg Ó Dálaigh.

  • 1685
  • Tadhg Ó Dálaigh

A transcript of Eugene O’Curry’s copy of O’Mellan’s report of events between 1641 and 1647; with an English translation by Robert MacAdam. The translation was also copied into Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1138.

  • s. xix
  • William Reeves