Large Irish paper manuscript compiled in 1718 for Brian ‘Cnoc Ninne’ Mág Uidhir and containing prose texts as well as historical poems. It is the work of two scribes, Toirdhealbhach Ó Dóaláin and Séamus Mág Uidhir, who produced two separately paged parts.
- Toirdhealbhach Ó Dóaláin, Séamus Mág Uidhir
Compilation of various manuscript sections
- various dates
- s. xiv (?), s. xvii, xviii
- Fáelán Mac a' Gabann na Scél, Ádhamh Cúisín
A late manuscript of Lebor gabála Érenn
- s. xviii
- s. xiv / xv
- s. xv
- Seán Mac Aodhagáin, Eóghan Ó hAchoideirn, Anonymous [scribe in RIA D iv 2]
Manuscript of the Lebar gabála Érenn
- s. xvi
- Ó Maoil Chonaire family
A manuscript of the Lebor gabála Érenn
- s. xiv (?)
Two manuscript leaves containing fragments of In cath catharda. They have been identified as having belonged originally to Edinburgh, Advoc. Libr., MS 72.1.46.
- s. xv
- Maol Muire [unknown scribe]
Single vellum folio containing a fragment of the Bardic grammatical tracts.
- s. xv / s. xvi
Irish manuscript containing passages excerpted from the Gospel of John, beginning with a decorated initial (f. 1r). The last folio (f. 11v) shows a portrait of St John.
- s. viii
- s. ix1
- Máel Caích