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  GLEANINGS FROM IRISH MANUSCRIPTS
  4. A ciche corra a cneas úr
  a gruaidh chorcra a súil liath
  go dimhin ni bhfuighthear bás
  dóibh sin go madh hail le Dia
  5. Do mhala chaol t*fholt mar or
  do run geanmnaidh do ghlor leasg
  do shál chruinn do cholptha réidh
  ni mhuirbhfeadh sé acht duine leamh
  6. A chneas chailce mar chlúimh geóidh
  rachas leat ^ fa dheóidh i gcriaidh
  créad an tarbha rachadh dhuit
  da dteagmhadh ar dhath an fhiaich 3
  7. A bhean úd an chuirp mar ghéis
  do hoileadh me ag duine glic
  aithne dhamh mar bhid na mná
  ni bhfuighe mise bás duit
  VII
  PlARAS FeIREITEAR.*
  1. A bhean óg on a bhean óg
  ni cumhain leat pósa ná póg
  ni cumhain leat suirghe na searc
  doiligh do bheart a bhean óg
  2. Roi-bhinn leat on roi-bhinn leat
  m'osna éagcomhlainn gan neart
  7 leigheas dod león nod lean
  bheith ag deól mo dhéar óm dhearc
  2 gerachus leatsa MS. 3 fhiaidh MS.
  * O Renehan Manuscript 76, 183. i ma MS.
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Gleanings from Irish manuscripts
Description2nd edition, with additional matter. Irish text and English translation, English preliminaries and notes.
ShelfmarkMat.133
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Matheson Collection
DescriptionItems from a collection of 170 volumes relating to Gaelic matters. Mainly philological works in the Celtic and some non-Celtic languages. Some books extensively annotated by Angus Matheson, the first Professor of Celtic at Glasgow University.
Early Gaelic Book Collections
DescriptionSelected items from five 'Special and Named Printed Collections' and other Gaelic books. Includes books in Gaelic and other Celtic languages, as well as works about the Gaels, their languages, literature, culture and history.