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Engl. translations from Irish from French, Latin or Italian from Spanish from German
French translations from Irish
German translations from Irish
Modern Irish translations from Old/Middle Irish
Catalan, Occitan or French originals 13th–16th century 17th–19th century
Spanish originals 16th century
English originals 14th–15th century 16th–18th century 19th century 20th century
Irish originals History, Law, Genealogy Christian writings Narrative
Irish originals Poetry Grammar, Metrics, Lexicology Science & Medicine
Latin Historical & Legal Christian writings Hymnology Science & Medicine

Translations from Irish or Latin, mainly into English

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
The Annals of Ulster AD 431-1201 817 HTML XML
The Annals of Ulster AD 1202-1378 361 HTML XML
The Annals of Ulster AD 1379-1541 703 HTML XML
The Annals of Tigernach (Gearóid Mac Niocaill) 493 HTML XML
The Annals of Inisfallen 431 HTML XML
The Annals of Inisfallen, Prepatrician Section 30 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 1 631 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 2 751 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 3 529 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 4 541 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 5 612 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 6 454 HTML XML
Annals of Loch Cé 1 864 HTML XML
Annals of Loch Cé 2 611 HTML XML
Annals of Connacht 919 HTML XML
Miscellaneous Irish Annals, Fragment I (Mac Carthaigh's Book) 144 HTML XML
Miscellaneous Irish Annals, Fragment II 42 HTML XML
Miscellaneous Irish Annals, Fragment III 65 HTML XML
Dominican Annals of Roscommon (English translation in 2nd part) 129 HTML XML
Chronicon Scotorum 404 HTML XML
Fragmentary Annals of Ireland 232 HTML XML
The Irish Version of the Historia Britonum of Nennius 130 HTML XML
The Battle of Carn Conaill 19 HTML XML
The three drinking-horns of Cormac úa Cuinn (Liber Flavus Fergusiorum) 12 HTML XML
Geoffrey Keating: History of Ireland, Books I-II 1027 HTML XML
Chapters towards a History of Ireland in the reign of Elizabeth (Philip O'Sullivan Beare) 477 HTML XML
The Triumphs of Turlough 409 HTML XML
The ancient Territory of Fermoy 28 HTML XML
The Description of Ireland (Fynes Moryson) 74 HTML XML
The Commonwealth of Ireland (Fynes Moryson) 203 HTML XML
The Manners and Customs of Ireland (Fynes Moryson) 50 HTML XML
A Visit to Lecale, in the County of Down, in the year 1602–3 (Sir Josias Bodley) 62 HTML XML
Description of Engand and Ireland under the Restoration (Albert Jouvin) 60 HTML XML
The tour of the French traveller M. de La Boullaye Le Gouz in Ireland, A.D. 1644 266 HTML XML
Briefe relation of Ireland, and the diversity of Irish in the same [and] Priests in Ireland and Gentlemen gone abroad 81 HTML XML
The Journey of Viscount Ramon de Perellós to Saint Patrick's Purgatory 93 HTML XML
Beatha Aodha Ruaidh Uí Dhomhnaill (The Life of Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill) 378 HTML XML
A German visitor to Monaincha in 1591 25 HTML XML
Johann Friedrich Hering's description of Connacht (J. F. Hering) 38 HTML XML
The Law of the Couple [Cáin Lánamna] (Donnchadh Ó Corráin) 32 HTML XML
Lebor na Cert [Book of Rights] (Myles Dillon) 138 HTML XML
The Triads of Ireland (Kuno Meyer) 80 HTML XML
The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach 1061 HTML XML
The Genealogy of Corca Laidhe 475 HTML XML
A Poem on the Kings of Connaught (M. F. Liddell) 13 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 1 (E. Gwynn) 60 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 2 (E. Gwynn) 83 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 3 (E. Gwynn) 320 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 4 (E. Gwynn) 273 HTML XML
The Flight of the Earls (Tadhg Ó Cianáin; trans. Paul Walsh) 250 HTML XML
Bethada Náem nÉrenn [Lives of Irish Saints] (C. Plummer) 338 HTML XML
Bethu Brigte [The Life of Brigit] (D. Ó hAodha) 46 HTML XML
The birth and life of St Mo Ling 77 HTML XML
The Life of St Féchín of Fore 57 HTML XML
The Life of Fursa 36 HTML XML
On the Life of Saint Patrick [Betha Phatraic] (Whitley Stokes) 72 HTML XML
On the Life of Saint Brigit [Betha Brigte] (Whitley Stokes) 60 HTML XML
On the Life of Saint Columba [Betha Choluim Chille] (Whitley Stokes) 58 HTML XML
Life of Mac Creiche [Betha Meic Creiche] (Ch. Plummer) 90 HTML XML
Life of Naile (Charles Plummer) 58 HTML XML
Life of St. Declan of Ardmore (Patrick Power) 102 HTML XML
The Miracles of Senan [Míorbuile Senáin] (Charles Plummer) 45 HTML XML
Life of Colmán Son of Lúachán (Kuno Meyer) 140 HTML XML
The Life of Columba, written by Adamnan (William Reeves) 247 HTML XML
Life of St. Findan 26 HTML XML
Monks' Rules of Columbanus (G. S. M. Walker) 110 HTML XML
Sermons of Columbanus (G. S. M. Walker) 120 HTML XML
Letters of Columbanus (G. S. M. Walker) 121 HTML XML
The Easter Controversy [De Controversia Paschali] (by Cummianus) 43 HTML XML
Tidings of Doomsday (Whitley Stokes) 30 HTML XML
The Tidings of the Resurrection (Whitley Stokes) 35 HTML XML
The fifteen tokens of Doomsday (Whitley Stokes) 31 HTML XML
The vision of Laisrén (Kuno Meyer) 13 HTML XML
Les Deux Chagrins du Royaume du Ciel [Da brón Flatha Nime] (Georges Dottin) [Français] 27 HTML XML
Une version irlandaise du dialogue du corps et de l'âme (Georges Dottin) [Français] 35 HTML XML
Cath Maige Tuired [The Second Battle of Mag Tuired] (Elisabeth Gray) 74 HTML XML
The Second Battle of Moytura (Whitley Stokes) 73 HTML XML
The Wooing of Étaín (O. Bergin and J. Best) 67 HTML XML
The Destruction of Da Derga's Hostel (Whitley Stokes) 145 HTML XML
Deirdre [Longes mac nUislenn] (Douglas Hyde) 33 HTML XML
The Exile of the Sons of Uisliu [Longes Mac nUislenn] (Vernam Hull) 39 HTML XML
The Death-Tales of the Ulster Heroes (Kuno Meyer) 61 HTML XML
The Glenmasan Manuscript (D. Mackinnon) 254 HTML XML
The Wooing of Emer [from LU and Stowe] (Kuno Meyer) 88 HTML XML
The Visions of Ferchertne [Laud 610] (Kuno Meyer) 11 HTML XML
Táin Bó Cúalnge Recension I (Cecile O'Rahilly) 321 HTML XML
Táin Bó Cúalnge from the Book of Leinster (Cecile O'Rahilly) 394 HTML XML
The Training of Cúchulainn (Whitley Stokes) 50 HTML XML
Scél Baili Binnbérlaig (Kuno Meyer) 13 HTML XML
The Death of Conn of the Hundred Battles (Osborn Bergin) 9 HTML XML
Cormac and Ciarnat (Egerton 1782) (Kuno Meyer) 8 HTML XML
The Slaying of Niall of the Nine Hostages (Rawl. B 502) (Kuno Meyer) 17 HTML XML
Ailill Aulom, Mac Con, & Find ua Báiscne (Laud 610) (Kuno Meyer) 23 HTML XML
How Ronan slew his Son (Kuno Meyer) 23 HTML XML
The Destruction of Dind Ríg (Whitley Stokes) 27 HTML XML
Buile Shuibhne [The Frenzy of Suibhne] being The Adventures of Suibhne Geilt (J. G. O'Keeffe) 140 HTML XML
The Courtship of Momera (Eugene O'Curry) 23 HTML XML
The Death of Finn Mac Cumaill (Kuno Meyer) 10 HTML XML
Finn and Grainne (Kuno Meyer) 7 HTML XML
The Quarrel between Finn and Oisín (Kuno Meyer) 19 HTML XML
Finn and the Man in the Tree (Kuno Meyer) 10 HTML XML
Two Tales about Finn (Kuno Meyer) 11 HTML XML
The Hiding of the Hill of Howth (Kuno Meyer) 12 HTML XML
The Chase of Síd na mBan Finn and the Death of Finn (Kuno Meyer) 70 HTML XML
Reicne Fothaid Canainne (Kuno Meyer) 27 HTML XML
Erard mac Coisse cecinit: O Mór of Moyne of Mag Siúil (Kuno Meyer) 9 HTML XML
The Finn episode from Gilla in Chomded húa Cormaic's poem "A Rí richid, réidig dam" (Kuno Meyer) 16 HTML XML
Liadain and Curithir: an Irish love-story of the ninth century (Kuno Meyer) 16 HTML XML
The Voyage of Snedgus and Mac Ríagla (Whitley Stokes) 20 HTML XML
The Voyage of the Hui Corra (Whitley Stokes) 50 HTML XML
The Gaelic Maundeville (Whitley Stokes) 175 HTML XML
In Cath Catharda: The Civil War of the Romans (Whitley Stokes) 418 HTML XML
The Gaelic abridgment of the Book of Ser Marco Polo (Whitley Stokes) 119 HTML XML
The wandering of Ulixes son of Laertes (Kuno Meyer) 26 HTML XML
The Irish Lives of Guy of Warwick and Bevis of Hampton (F. N. Robinson) 346 HTML XML
The colloquy of Colum Cille and the youth at Carn Eolairg (Kuno Meyer) 7 HTML XML
Guleesh na Gus Dhu (Douglas Hyde) 52 HTML XML
Paudyeen O'Kelly and the Weasel (Douglas Hyde) 23 HTML XML
The Well of D'yerree-in-Dowan (Douglas Hyde) 29 HTML XML
The Court of Crinnawn (Douglas Hyde) 21 HTML XML
Trunk-Without-Head (Douglas Hyde) 24 HTML XML
The Hags of the Long Teeth (Douglas Hyde) 19 HTML XML
The White Hound of the Mountain [Cú bán an t-shleibhe] (Kuno Meyer) 15 HTML XML
Patrick Mac Bride and his son (J. H. Lloyd) 8 HTML XML
The Vision of MacConglinne [Aislinge Meic Con Glinne] (Kuno Meyer) 97 HTML XML
The Song of the Sea [Anbthine mór ar muig Lir] (Kuno Meyer) 23 HTML XML
The bardic poems of Tadhg Dall Ó Huiginn (1550–1591) (Eleanor Knott) 325 HTML XML
The Book of Clanranald (Alexander Cameron) 219 HTML XML
The Vision at Rome 24 HTML XML
Irlands Lamentation (Rudolf Thurneysen) 27 HTML XML
The Mourner's Soliloquy in the Ruined Abbey of Timoleague (trans. Thomas Furlong) 13 HTML XML
Lament over the Ruins of the Abbey of Teach Molaga (trans. J.C. Mangan) 24 HTML XML
Lament over the Ruins of the Abbey of Timoleague (trans. Sir S. Ferguson) 14 HTML XML
Rosa Anglica (W. Wulff) 427 HTML XML
[On Wounds] 45 HTML XML
An Irish Astronomical Tract (Maura Power/John A. Williams) 208 HTML XML

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Translations from French/Latin into English: 14th-16th Century

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Dermot and the Earl (translated by G. H. Orpen) 228 HTML XML
Grace's Annals (Annales Hiberniae) 115 HTML XML
A Statute enacted in Kilkenny, A.D. 1367 97 HTML XML
Remonstrance of the Irish Chiefs to Pope John XXII (A.D.1317) by Domhnall Ó Néill 35 HTML XML
Archduke Ferdinand's visit to Kinsale in Ireland 67 HTML XML
Francesco Chiericati's letter to Isabella d'Este Gonzaga (1517) 31 HTML XML
The Travels of Cosmo the Third, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1669) by Conte Lorenzo Magalotti 33 HTML XML

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French, Catalan or Occitan Texts: 13th to 16th Century

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Song of Dermot and the Earl 332 HTML XML
A Statute enacted in Kilkenny, A.D. 1367 50 HTML XML
Viatge del Vescomte Ramón de Perellós y de Roda fet al Purgatori nomenat de Sant Patrici [Catalan] 91 HTML XML
Viatge al Purgatòri de Sant Patrici [Occitan] 99 HTML XML
Premier Voyage de Charles-Quint en Espagne, de 1517 à 1518 [extrait par Laurent Vital] (View English translation (Dorothy Convery)) 66 HTML XML
Bordeaux Notarial Records (Alf O'Brien) 31 HTML XML

French Texts: 17th to 19th Century

 

P. Louis Lainé
Généalogie de la Maison de Mac-Carthy (...) 271 HTML XML

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Translations from Spanish into English: 16th Century

 

Francisco de Cuellar
Captain Cuellar's Adventures in Connacht and Ulster 76 HTML XML

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Spanish Texts: 16th Century

 

Francisco de Cuellar
Carta de uno que fué en la Armada y cuenta la jornada 78 HTML XML

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Translations from German into English and German originals

 

Carl Gottlob Küttner
Sechzehn Briefe aus Irland nach Sachsen 141 HTML
Caspar Voght
Schilderung von Irland, Bruchstücke aus dem Tagebuche eines Reisenden 139 HTML XML
H. v. Pückler-Muskau
Tour in England, Ireland, and France, in the years 1826, 1827, 1828, and 1829 506 HTML XML
Johann Georg Kohl
Travels in Ireland (Johann Georg Kohl) 1245 HTML XML

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French translation(s) from Irish

 

Le siège de Druim Damhghaire (Marie Louise Sjoestedt) 178 HTML XML

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German translations from Irish

 

By Rudolf Thurneysen unless otherwise stated.
Welches sind die drei, die gleich nach ihrer Geburt zuerst gesprochen haben? 16 HTML XML
Geschichten von Cano mac Gartnáin [Scéla Cano meic Gartnáin] 38 HTML XML
Die irischen Triaden (Kuno Meyer/Peter Dietsch) 71 HTML XML
Eine Variante der Brendan-Legende 24 HTML XML
Die Geschichte des Nuada Find Femin (Käte Müller-Lisowski) 76 HTML XML
Die Geburt Chonchobars 11 HTML XML
Fraechs Werbung um Finnabir 34 HTML XML
Das Freien um Ferb 75 HTML XML
Als Culanns Hund krank war 54 HTML XML
Wie das Schwein des Sohnes der Stummen zerlegt wurde 31 HTML XML
Warum Usnechs Söhne das Land verließen 32 HTML XML
Der Streit um das Heldenstück 77 HTML XML
Die Sage von CuRoi [Egerton 88] 19 HTML XML
Wie Ronan seinen Sohn ermorden ließ 25 HTML XML
Das Werben um Ailbe 36 HTML XML
Mac Conglinnes Vision 38 HTML XML
Das Gedicht der vierzig Fragen von Eochaid ua Cérín 14 HTML XML

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Modern Irish translations from Old/MiddleIrish

 

Aisling Aonghasa (Alan mac an Bhaird) 20 HTML XML

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English Texts

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
The Kildare Poems View Modern English version (Angela Lucas) 109 HTML XML

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English Texts: 16th–18th Century

Joseph Ben * Edmund Spenser * Thomas Lee * Thomas Walker * Robert Payne

Henry Docwra * John Dymmok * Sir John Davies * Hugh Collier

George Carew * Thomas Gainsford * Sir Francis Bacon

William Lithgow * Hugh O'Neill * Florence MacCarthy Reagh

King James I * Sir William Brereton * Luke Gernon * Henry Ireton * Robert Boyle

William Layles * King Charles II

William Penn * Various authors * Nathaniel Crouch * John Milton

John Stevens * Samuel Molyneux * Jonathan Swift * Thomas O'Sullevane

George Berkeley * Mrs Delany (Mary Pendarves) * John Loveday

Oliver Goldsmith * Richard Pococke

Arthur Young * Thomas Campbell * Daniel A. Beaufort

Jane Adams * Theobald Wolfe Tone

Unknown unless otherwise stated

The Desmond Survey 858 HTML XML
Joseph Ben
Description of the Orkney Islands 34 HTML XML
John Dymmok
A Treatise of Ireland 205 HTML XML
Edmund Spenser
A view of the present state of Ireland 405 HTML XML
Hugh Collier [?]
Dialogue of Silvynne and Peregrynne (S.P. 63/203, no. 119) 296 HTML XML
Discourse on the mere Irish of Ireland (Oxford, Exeter College, MS 154, ff. 55–74) 125 HTML XML
Intelligences for her Majesty's services in the Province of Leinster in Ireland (SP 63/207(4), no. 3. Jul. 3, 1600) 67 HTML XML
Thomas Lee
Infformacion giuen to Queen Elizabeth against Sir William Fitzwilliams, his gouernmente in Irelande 25 HTML XML
A brief Declaration of the Government of Ireland 103 HTML XML
The Discovery and Recovery of Ireland with the Author's Apology 369 HTML XML
Florence MacCarthy Reagh
Letter of Florence Mac Carthy to the Earl of Thomond, on the ancient history of Ireland 127 HTML XML
Letter Book of Florence Mac Carthy Reagh, Tanist of Carbery, Mac Carthy Mór 763 HTML XML
Thomas Walker
Documents on Thomas Walker's plot against Tyrone in 1601 28 HTML XML
Henry Docwra
Docwra's Relation of Service done in Irlande 113 HTML XML
A Narration of the services done by the army ymployed to Lough-Foyle [...] 156 HTML XML
Thomas Gainsford
A description of Ireland: A.D. 1618 24 HTML XML
Robert Payne
A Briefe description of Ireland: made in this year, 1589 [...] 48 HTML XML
various authors
A Calendar of Manuscript Material relating to Ireland, 1580-1602 136 HTML XML
The greevances of the Englishe Pale [S.P. 63/202, part iv, 60] 36 HTML XML
The Parliament of 1613–1615 14 HTML XML
Orders made and established by the lords [...] at Kilkenny [...] 24th October 1642 44 HTML XML
Hugh O'Neill
Hugh O'Neill's war aims 14 HTML XML
John Milton
Observations on the Articles of Peace between James Earl of Ormond [...] and the Irish Rebels [...] 152 HTML XML
King James I
A Proclamation touching the Earles of Tyrone and Tyrconnell 18 HTML XML
Sir Francis Bacon
Sir Francis Bacon's MSS relating to Ireland 278 HTML XML
Sir John Davies
Of the Lawes of Irelande [1609] (Huntington Library, Ellesmere 7042) 38 HTML XML
George Carew
A discourse of the present state of Ireland [1614] 25 HTML XML
William Lithgow
Rare Adventures in Ireland in 1619 40 HTML XML
Luke Gernon
A Discourse of Ireland, anno 1620 56 HTML XML
Sir William Brereton
Travels of Sir William Brereton in Ireland [1635] 129 HTML XML
Robert Boyle
An account of Philaretus during his Minority [1648/49] 127 HTML XML
Colonel Henry O'Neill
An impartial relation of the most memorable transactions of General Owen O'Neill [...] [1650] 77 HTML XML
Henry Ireton
A Letter from the Lord Deputy-General of Ireland upon Surrender of Limerick, 1651 19 HTML XML
William Layles
Account of Surrender of Limerick, 1651 17 HTML XML
Various authors
Articles for Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal 10 HTML XML
Articles for Newtown, Co. Leitrim 8 HTML XML
Letter from English Commissioners for Ireland 10 HTML XML
Articles agreed on by Captain Henry Sankey 10 HTML XML
Letter from Commissioners in Ireland for Parliament of England 10 HTML XML
Proceedings of the forces in Ireland under Sir Hardress Waller and Lord-Deputy Ireton (...) [1650-1651] 147 HTML XML
King Charles II
Act of Settlement [1662] and Act of Explanation [1665] 42 HTML XML
William Penn
My Irish Journal, 1669–1670 165 HTML XML
Nathaniel Crouch
The History of the Kingdom of Ireland (by R.B. =Nathaniel Crouch) 361 HTML XML
John Stevens
The journal of John Stevens, containing a brief account of the war in Ireland, 1689–1691 717 HTML XML
Samuel Molyneux
Journey to Connaught, April 1709 52 HTML XML
Journey to the North, August 7th, 1708 48 HTML XML
George Berkeley
A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge 237 HTML XML
Thomas O'Sullevane
Dissertation [Extract] 114 HTML XML
Jonathan Swift
Travels into several remote nations of the World [Gulliver's Travels] 592 HTML XML
An Answer to a Paper, called "A Memorial of the poor Inhabitants [...] of the Kingdom of Ireland" 30 HTML XML
Of Public Absurdities in England 21 HTML XML
On Stella's Birthday 13 HTML XML
To the right Worshipful The Mayor [...] of the City of Cork 14 HTML XML
Character of an Irish Squire 15 HTML XML
On Barbarous Denominations in Ireland 24 HTML XML
The Swearer's Bank 21 HTML XML
Maxims controlled in Ireland 29 HTML XML
A proposal for giving badges to the beggars in all the parishes of Dublin 33 HTML XML
The present miserable State of Ireland 41 HTML XML
An examination of certain abuses, corruptions, and enormities in the city of Dublin 52 HTML XML
The Battle of the Books 82 HTML XML
A Tale of a Tub 370 HTML XML
A serious and useful Scheme to make an Hospital for Incurables 51 HTML XML
A short view of the state of Ireland 31 HTML XML
Hints towards an essay on conversation 30 HTML XML
A Proposal for Correcting, Improving and Ascertaining the English Tongue 47 HTML XML
A Proposal to pay off the Debt of the Nation 24 HTML XML
The conduct of the Allies 149 HTML XML
A Treatise on Good Manners and Good Breeding 24 HTML XML
An Essay on Modern Education 30 HTML XML
A Modest Proposal 32 HTML XML
A Letter to the Archbishop of Dublin, concerning the Weavers 29 HTML XML
A Proposal for the Universal Use of Irish Manufacture (...) 56 HTML XML
An argument against abolishing Christianity 44 HTML XML
unknown unless otherwise stated
A Jacobite narrative of the war in Ireland (A Light to the Blind; Pluncket Memoirs) 518 HTML XML
List of officers taken prisoners at Ballymore, 8 June, 1691 9 HTML XML
Letter from Sir Richard Nagle to Viscount Merrion, 14 August 1691 7 HTML XML
The Coventry Letter, 1686, on Acts of Settlement and Explanation by Sir Richard Nagle 26 HTML XML
Contemporary Diary of Siege of Limerick, 1691 by Colonel Michael Richards 46 HTML XML
Members of Parliament at Dublin, 1689 15 HTML XML
Extracts from Acts of Parliament at Dublin, 1689 18 HTML XML
Jacobite Appeal to Officers and Soldiers, 1689 by Jacobite Army Officers 13 HTML XML
Letters from Colonel William Wolseley, 1690 13 HTML XML
The Treaty of Limerick, 1691 34 HTML XML
Letters from Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan, 1691 11 HTML XML
Reasons for capitulation at Limerick, 1691 by John Wauchope 10 HTML XML
James II. to officers of Irish forces on arrival at Brest, 1691 7 HTML XML
Release by Sarsfield, earl of Lucan, 1691 7 HTML XML
Ratification of Treaty of Limerick 1691/1692 11 HTML XML
Ratification of Treaty of Limerick: George Clarke to Sir Theobald Butler 9 HTML XML
Oliver Goldsmith
The Deserted Village 34 HTML XML
Mary Pendarves (née Granville, married Delany)
Letters to Ann Granville about Mary Pendarves's visit to Killala, 1732 84 HTML XML
John Loveday
Diary of a Tour in 1732 through parts of England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland 123 HTML XML
Richard Pococke
Pococke's Tour in Ireland in 1752 (G. T. Stokes) 483 HTML XML
Arthur Young
A Tour in Ireland (...) in 1776-78 310 HTML XML
Thomas Campbell
A Philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland [...] 604 HTML XML
Mr Dunn
A Description of Killarney [1776] 75 HTML XML
Daniel A. Beaufort
Rev. Daniel A. Beaufort's Tour of Kerry, 1788 127 HTML XML
Jane Adams
Letter from Jane Adams, containing a private narrative of the rebellion of 1798 104 HTML XML
Theobald Wolfe Tone
An Argument on Behalf of the Catholics of Ireland 65 HTML XML

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English Texts: 19th Century

William Parnell * Lewis Weston Dillwyn * Joseph Woods

Thomas Crofton Croker * G. N. Wright * Thomas Osborne Davis

John Boyle O'Reilly * Gerald Griffin * J. Sheridan Le Fanu * James Clarence Mangan

William Allingham * Samuel Ferguson * Bram Stoker * Oscar Wilde

William Parnell
An Historical Apology for the Irish Catholics 220 HTML XML
Lewis Weston Dillwyn
Lewis Dillwyn's Visit to Kerry, 1809 116 HTML XML
Joseph Woods
The Travels of Joseph Woods, Architect and Botanist, in 1809 227 HTML XML
Thomas Crofton Croker
Researches in the South of Ireland 677 HTML XML
G. N. Wright
Guide to Killarney and Glengariff 196 HTML XML
Thomas Osborne Davis
A Chronology of Ireland 31 HTML XML
Art Unions 18 HTML XML
Ballad Poetry of Ireland 32 HTML XML
Foreign Travel 24 HTML XML
The History of Ireland 34 HTML XML
Institutions of Dublin 30 HTML XML
Ireland's People 20 HTML XML
Irish Antiquities and Irish Savages 23 HTML XML
Irish Scenery 21 HTML XML
Irish Topography 33 HTML XML
National Art 26 HTML XML
The History of To-day 18 HTML XML
The Library of Ireland 22 HTML XML
The Resources of Ireland 25 HTML XML
The Round Towers of Ireland 46 HTML XML
The Sea Kings 28 HTML XML
The Songs of Ireland 26 HTML XML
The Speeches of Grattan 32 HTML XML
The Valuation of Ireland 33 HTML XML
Absenteeism of Irish Genius 17 HTML XML
Academical Education 27 HTML XML
A Ballad History of Ireland 28 HTML XML
A Second Year's Work 21 HTML XML
Commercial History of Ireland 24 HTML XML
Conciliation 18 HTML XML
Foreign Policy and Foreign Information 21 HTML XML
Hints for Irish Historical Paintings 19 HTML XML
Influences of Education 20 HTML XML
The Irish Brigade 21 HTML XML
Irish Music and Poetry 20 HTML XML
The Irish Peasantry 16 HTML XML
Moral Force 18 HTML XML
Munster Outrages 20 HTML XML
Our National Language 29 HTML XML
No Redress—no Inquiry 20 HTML XML
Old Ireland [Ancient Ireland] 21 HTML XML
Orange and Green 17 HTML XML
The Right Road 18 HTML XML
Scolding Mobs 15 HTML XML
Self-Education 22 HTML XML
The State of the Peasantry 17 HTML XML
Wexford 17 HTML XML
The Irish Parliament of James II 174 HTML XML
Irish Art 16 HTML XML
James Clarence Mangan
Dark Rosaleen 19 HTML XML
The Dream of John Mac Donnell 20 HTML XML
O'Hussey's Ode to the Maguire 20 HTML XML
A Lamentation 18 HTML XML
Woman of three Cows 19 HTML XML
Kathaleen Ny-Houlahan 18 HTML XML
A Lament for the Princes of Tyrone and Tyrconnell 25 HTML XML
Lament over the Ruins of the Abbey of Teach Molaga 20 HTML XML
The Dawning of the Day 17 HTML XML
The Testament of Cathaeir Mor 25 HTML XML
The Expedition and Death of King Dathy 19 HTML XML
Prince Alfrid's Itinerary through Ireland 20 HTML XML
Lament for Banba 17 HTML XML
Ellen Bawn 17 HTML XML
St Patrick's Hymn before Tara 21 HTML XML
Cean-Salla 17 HTML XML
Lamentation of Mac Liag for Kincora 18 HTML XML
The Captivity of the Gaels 19 HTML XML
The Sorrows of Innisfail 18 HTML XML
Rury and Darvorgilla 22 HTML XML
The Irish Language 20 HTML XML
Welcome to the Prince of Ossory 18 HTML XML
Love Ballad 18 HTML XML
Owen Reilly: A Keen 19 HTML XML
Lament for Owen Roe O'Neill 17 HTML XML
The Fair Hills of Eirè, O! 18 HTML XML
The Geraldine's Daughter 18 HTML XML
A Lullaby 19 HTML XML
The Ruins of Donegal Castle 19 HTML XML
A Farewell to Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan 21 HTML XML
The Song of Gladness 18 HTML XML
Roisín Dubh 17 HTML XML
Kathleen Ni Houlihan 17 HTML XML
Soul and Country 17 HTML XML
The Lovely Land 17 HTML XML
A Vision of Connaught in the thirteenth century 18 HTML XML
The Warning Voice 20 HTML XML
A Voice of Encouragement—A New Year's Lay 21 HTML XML
A Highway for Freedom 17 HTML XML
Irish National Hymn 18 HTML XML
To my Native Land 18 HTML XML
The Peal of Another Trumpet 21 HTML XML
Hymn for Pentecost 18 HTML XML
The Sack of Baltimore 11 HTML XML
Blind Mary 7 HTML XML
Celts and Saxons 9 HTML XML
Clare's Dragoons 10 HTML XML
Lament for the Death of Eoghan Ruadh O'Neill 9 HTML XML
The Flower of Finae 9 HTML XML
Fontenoy 11 HTML XML
The Geraldines 11 HTML XML
Love and War 7 HTML XML
My Grave 7 HTML XML
My Land 7 HTML XML
Nationality 8 HTML XML
A Nation Once Again 7 HTML XML
O'Brien of Ara 10 HTML XML
O'Connell's Statue 10 HTML XML
Oh! the Marriage 8 HTML XML
Orange and Green will carry the Day 9 HTML XML
Our Own Again 9 HTML XML
The Penal Days 9 HTML XML
Self-Reliance 9 HTML XML
The Surprise of Cremona 9 HTML XML
The Battle Eve of the Brigade 7 HTML XML
The Boatman of Kinsale 7 HTML XML
The Burial 11 HTML XML
The Dungannon Convention 9 HTML XML
The Girl of Dunbwy 8 HTML XML
The Green above the Red 9 HTML XML
The Lost Path 7 HTML XML
The Right Road 6 HTML XML
The Vow of Tipperary 6 HTML XML
The West's Asleep 8 HTML XML
Tipperary 8 HTML XML
Tone's Grave 8 HTML XML
We Must not Fail 8 HTML XML
A Song for the Irish Militia 9 HTML XML
Sir Robert Kane
The Industrial Resources of Ireland 965 HTML XML
John Boyle O'Reilly
The Moondyne 617 HTML XML
Gerald Griffin
O'Brazil, the Isle of the Blest 12 HTML XML
Fame 10 HTML XML
Mitchelstown Caverns 10 HTML XML
William Allingham
Poems by William Allingham 47 HTML XML
Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland 66 HTML XML
The Diaries 1824–1836 41 HTML XML
Samuel Ferguson
The Burial of King Cormac 15 HTML XML
Aideen's Grave 17 HTML XML
J. Sheridan Le Fanu
A Chapter in the History of a Tyrone Family 96 HTML XML
The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh 68 HTML XML
The Bridal of Carrigvarah 74 HTML XML
Ghost Stories of Chapelizod 72 HTML XML
The haunted Baronet 299 HTML XML
Schalken the Painter 58 HTML XML
An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street 61 HTML XML
The Murdered Cousin 89 HTML XML
The Evil Guest 293 HTML XML
The Cock and Anchor 959 HTML XML
Uncle Silas: a Tale of Bartram-Haugh 973 HTML XML
Ultor De Lacy 66 HTML XML
Wicked Captain Walshawe, of Wauling 41 HTML XML
Squire Toby's Will 82 HTML XML
Ghost Stories of the Tiled House 39 HTML XML
The House by the Church-yard 1261 HTML XML
Green Tea 86 HTML XML
The Familiar 104 HTML XML
Mr. Justice Harbottle 86 HTML XML
The Room in the Dragon Volant 277 HTML XML
Carmilla 175 HTML XML
Madam Crowl's Ghost 43 HTML XML
Stories of Lough Guir 36 HTML XML
The Child that went with the Fairies 32 HTML XML
Dickon the Devil 34 HTML XML
Sir Dominick's Bargain 44 HTML XML
The Vision of Tom Chuff 40 HTML XML
Checkmate 934 HTML XML
The White Cat of Drumgunniol 37 HTML XML
Bram Stoker
Dracula 854 HTML XML
Oscar Wilde
The Rise of Historical Criticism 153 HTML XML
The English Renaissance of Art 68 HTML XML
House Decoration 25 HTML XML
Art and the Handicraftsman 37 HTML XML
Lecture to Art Students 27 HTML XML
London Models 25 HTML XML
The Critic as Artist 172 HTML XML
The Soul of Man 95 HTML XML
The Decay of Lying 81 HTML XML
Pen, Pencil and Poison 56 HTML XML
The Truth of Masks 68 HTML XML
The Picture of Dorian Gray 456 HTML XML
The Importance of Being Earnest 67 HTML XML
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime 82 HTML XML
The Sphinx without a Secret 20 HTML XML
The Canterville Ghost 74 HTML XML
The Model Millionaire 21 HTML XML
The Happy Prince 28 HTML XML
The Nightingale and the Rose 21 HTML XML
The Selfish Giant 17 HTML XML
The Devoted Friend 33 HTML XML
The Remarkable Rocket 33 HTML XML
The Portrait of Mr. W. H. 77 HTML XML
The Young King 37 HTML XML
The Birthday of the Infanta 50 HTML XML
The Fisherman and his Soul 82 HTML XML
Poems in Prose 10 HTML XML
Poems in Prose 11 HTML XML
Poems in Prose 10 HTML XML
Poems in Prose 10 HTML XML
Poems in Prose 12 HTML XML
Poems in Prose 18 HTML XML
The Star-Child 42 HTML XML
The Ballad of Reading Gaol 45 HTML XML
The Harlot's House 11 HTML XML
The Sphinx 24 HTML XML
Hélas! 10 HTML XML
Sonnet to Liberty 10 HTML XML
Ave Imperatrix 16 HTML XML
To Milton 10 HTML XML
Louis Napoleon 10 HTML XML
On the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria 10 HTML XML
Quantum Mutata 10 HTML XML
Libertatis Sacra Fames 10 HTML XML
Theoretikos 10 HTML XML
The Garden of Eros 25 HTML XML
Requiescat 10 HTML XML
Sonnet on approaching Italy 10 HTML XML
San Miniato 10 HTML XML
Ave Maria Gratia Plena 10 HTML XML
Italia 10 HTML XML
Holy Week at Genoa 10 HTML XML
Rome Unvisited 12 HTML XML
Urbs Sacra Æterna 10 HTML XML
On Hearing the Dies Iræ Sung in the Sistine Chapel 10 HTML XML
Easter Day 10 HTML XML
E Tenebris 10 HTML XML
Vita Nuova 10 HTML XML
Madonna Mia 10 HTML XML
The New Helen 15 HTML XML
The Burden of Itys 29 HTML XML
Impression du Matin 9 HTML XML
Magdalen Walks 10 HTML XML
Athanasia 12 HTML XML
Serenade 10 HTML XML
Endymion 10 HTML XML
La Bella Donna della mia Mente 10 HTML XML
Chanson 33 HTML XML
Charmides 48 HTML XML
Impressions 9 HTML XML
Impressions 9 HTML XML
The Grave of Keats 9 HTML XML
Theocritus 9 HTML XML
In the Gold Room 9 HTML XML
Ballade de Marguerite 11 HTML XML
The Dole of the King's Daughter 10 HTML XML
Amor Intellectualis 9 HTML XML
Santa Decca 9 HTML XML
A Vision 9 HTML XML
Impression du Voyage 9 HTML XML
The Grave of Shelley 9 HTML XML
By the Arno 9 HTML XML
Fabien dei Franchi 9 HTML XML
Phèdre 9 HTML XML
Portia 9 HTML XML
Queen Henrietta Maria 9 HTML XML
Camma 9 HTML XML
Impression 9 HTML XML
At Verona 9 HTML XML
Apologia 11 HTML XML
Quia Multum Amavi 10 HTML XML
Silentium Amoris 10 HTML XML
Her Voice 10 HTML XML
My Voice 9 HTML XML
Tædium Vitæ 9 HTML XML
Humanitad 34 HTML XML
GLUKIPIKPWS HPWS 12 HTML XML
Le Jardin 9 HTML XML
La Mer 9 HTML XML
Le Panneau 10 HTML XML
Les Ballons 9 HTML XML
Canzonet 9 HTML XML
Le Jardin des Tuileries 9 HTML XML
Pan 10 HTML XML
In the Forest 9 HTML XML
Symphony in Yellow 9 HTML XML
On the Sale by Auction of Keats' Love Letters 9 HTML XML
The New Remorse 9 HTML XML
Panthea 19 HTML XML
From Spring Days to Winter 10 HTML XML
AILINON, ‘AILINON ‘EIPE, TO DEU NIKATW 10 HTML XML
To My Wife 9 HTML XML
To L. L. 12 HTML XML
Désespoir 9 HTML XML
Ravenna 27 HTML XML
Lady Windermere's Fan 162 HTML XML
A Woman of No Importance 177 HTML XML
The Duchess of Padua 192 HTML XML
An Ideal Husband 242 HTML XML
Vera, or the Nihilists 149 HTML XML
A Florentine Tragedy 38 HTML XML
La Sainte Courtisane 24 HTML XML

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English Texts: 20th Century

Caesar Litton Falkiner * Eoin MacNeill * Patrick Weston Joyce * Canon Patrick Augustine Sheehan

Michael Collins * James Connolly * Deputies of Dail Eireann * Stephen Gwynn

Eamon De Valera & David Lloyd George * A. E. Murray * Pádraic H Pearse * Horace Plunkett

S. Rosenbaum * John M. Synge * William Butler Yeats

Unknown unless otherwise stated.


Canon Patrick Augustine Sheehan
The Cry of the Curlews 8 HTML XML
The Leper Priest of Lüneburg 18 HTML XML
My Rose 7 HTML XML
Irish Primary Education 42 HTML XML
A Sunday in Dartmoor 26 HTML XML
Sentan the Culdee 26 HTML XML
The Two Civilisations 55 HTML XML
Irish Youth and High Ideals 48 HTML XML
The Seraph of Assisi 34 HTML XML
Our Personal and Social Responsibilities 58 HTML XML
The Life and Influence of Saint Augustine 46 HTML XML
The Golden Jubilee of O'Connell's Death 39 HTML XML
Optimism V. Pessimism: A Causerie 55 HTML XML
Known by Fruits 22 HTML XML
On the Mer-de-Glace 7 HTML XML
Death, the Magician 11 HTML XML
Swallows of Allah 9 HTML XML
My Oratory Lamp 7 HTML XML
The First Sin 15 HTML XML
Thalassa! O Thalassa! 10 HTML XML
The Elf-Child 7 HTML XML
Christus Consolator 14 HTML XML
Hymn to Spring 9 HTML XML
Sonnets of Travel 9 HTML XML
St. Augustine at Ostia 12 HTML XML
Emerson: Free-Thought in America 40 HTML XML
The Effect of Emigration on the Irish Church 38 HTML XML
The German Universities 114 HTML XML
The German and Gallic Muses 43 HTML XML
Books that influenced "Luke Delmege" 21 HTML XML
The Bird and the Fly 8 HTML XML
Woman and Child 13 HTML XML
A Game of Chess 9 HTML XML
The Literary Life 69 HTML XML
The Dawn of the Century 70 HTML XML
C. L. Falkiner
The Woods of Ireland 57 HTML XML
His Majesty's Castle of Dublin 120 HTML XML
Eoin MacNeill
Early Irish Population-Groups: Their Nomenclature, Classification, and Chronology 192 HTML XML
Patrick Weston Joyce
Medicine and Medical Doctors 36 HTML XML
Stephen Gwynn
The case for Home Rule 322 HTML XML
S. Rosenbaum
Against Home Rule: The Case for the Union 650 HTML XML
A. E. Murray
History of the Commercial and Financial Relations between England and Ireland from the Period of the Restoration 1019 HTML XML
Michael Collins
The Path to Freedom 245 HTML XML
John Millington Synge
Selected poems by John Millington Synge 10 HTML XML
William Butler Yeats
Speech on Irish Manuscripts 58 HTML XML
Rosa Alchemica 51 HTML XML
The Secret Rose 119 HTML XML
A Selection from the Love Poetry of William Butler Yeats 46 HTML XML
Introductory Rhymes 7 HTML XML
The Grey Rock 13 HTML XML
The Two Kings 17 HTML XML
To a wealthy Man (...) 7 HTML XML
September 1913 7 HTML XML
To a Friend whose Work has come to nothing 6 HTML XML
Paudeen 6 HTML XML
To a Shade 7 HTML XML
When Helen lived 6 HTML XML
The Attack on 'The Playboy of the Western World,' 1907 6 HTML XML
The Three Beggars 9 HTML XML
The Three Hermits 7 HTML XML
Beggar to Beggar Cried 7 HTML XML
The Well and the Tree 6 HTML XML
Running to Paradise 7 HTML XML
The Hour Before Dawn 11 HTML XML
The Player Queen 7 HTML XML
The Realists 6 HTML XML
The Witch 6 HTML XML
The Peacock 6 HTML XML
The Mountain Tomb 6 HTML XML
To a Child Dancing in the Wind 7 HTML XML
A Memory of Youth 7 HTML XML
Fallen Majesty 6 HTML XML
Friends 7 HTML XML
The Cold Heaven 6 HTML XML
That the Night Come 6 HTML XML
An Appointment 6 HTML XML
The Magi 6 HTML XML
The Dolls 6 HTML XML
A Coat 6 HTML XML
Closing Rhymes 6 HTML XML
His Dream 7 HTML XML
A Woman Homer sung 6 HTML XML
The Consolation 6 HTML XML
No second Troy 6 HTML XML
Reconciliation 6 HTML XML
King and no King 7 HTML XML
Peace 6 HTML XML
Against unworthy Praise 7 HTML XML
The Fascination of what's Difficult 6 HTML XML
A Drinking Song 6 HTML XML
The Coming of Wisdom with Time 6 HTML XML
On Hearing that the Students of our New University (...) 6 HTML XML
To a Poet, who would have me Praise Certain Bad Poets (...) 6 HTML XML
The Mask 6 HTML XML
Upon a House shaken by the Land Agitation 6 HTML XML
At the Abbey Theatre 7 HTML XML
These are the Clouds 6 HTML XML
At Galway Races 6 HTML XML
A Friend's Illness 6 HTML XML
All Things can tempt me 6 HTML XML
The Young Man's Song 6 HTML XML
The Hour-Glass 48 HTML XML
Meditations in Time of Civil War 16 HTML XML
The Old Age of Queen Maeve 14 HTML XML
Easter, 1916 10 HTML XML
Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen 14 HTML XML
Shepherd and Goatherd 14 HTML XML
Sixteen Dead Men 6 HTML XML
The Rose Tree 7 HTML XML
Towards Break of Day 7 HTML XML
On a Political Prisoner 7 HTML XML
Demon and Beast 8 HTML XML
A Prayer for my Daughter 10 HTML XML
The Second Coming 7 HTML XML
Byzantium 10 HTML XML
Parnell's Funeral 10 HTML XML
Supernatural Songs 15 HTML XML
Fergus and the Druid 9 HTML XML
Cuchulain's Fight with the Sea 11 HTML XML
Stories of Red Hanrahan 86 HTML XML
James Connolly
Labour in Irish History 345 HTML XML
The Re-Conquest of Ireland 195 HTML XML
Socialism and Nationalism 354 HTML XML
Labour and Easter Week 290 HTML XML
The Workers' Republic 519 HTML XML
Insurrectionary Warfare 86 HTML XML
Home Thrusts [20 August 1898] 22 HTML XML
Home Thrusts [3 September 1898] 21 HTML XML
The Independent and New Machinery 16 HTML XML
The Sweating System 17 HTML XML
Home Thrusts [1 July 1899] 15 HTML XML
America and Ireland 19 HTML XML
Dublin and the War 17 HTML XML
Difficulties of Socialism 16 HTML XML
Difficulties of Capitalism 16 HTML XML
Parliamentary Democracy 16 HTML XML
Home Thrusts [10 November 1900] 22 HTML XML
Home Rulers and Labour 21 HTML XML
Wood Quay Ward 14 HTML XML
Taken Root! 15 HTML XML
The New Danger 18 HTML XML
Unpatriotic? 16 HTML XML
The Socialist Labour Party of America and the London SDF 19 HTML XML
The American SDP 23 HTML XML
Loubet—and other Things 28 HTML XML
Harp Strings [January 1908] 25 HTML XML
Our Purpose and Function 16 HTML XML
A Political Party of the Workers 19 HTML XML
Irish Socialist Republic 16 HTML XML
To Irish Wage Workers in America 20 HTML XML
Harp Strings [June 1908] 36 HTML XML
Belfast Dockers 21 HTML XML
Walter Carpenter Free 17 HTML XML
Direct Action in Belfast 17 HTML XML
Some Rambling Remarks 16 HTML XML
Irish Rebels and English Mobs 15 HTML XML
Home Thrusts [13 December 1913] 20 HTML XML
Address to the Delegates 21 HTML XML
The National Danger 22 HTML XML
Northern Notes 13 HTML XML
Ireland and the War 15 HTML XML
Labour Mans The Breach 15 HTML XML
Tell the Truth 16 HTML XML
In this Supreme Hour of Our National Danger 17 HTML XML
Jottings 22 HTML XML
Our Rulers as a Study 18 HTML XML
Our Policy 15 HTML XML
A Railway Thief 15 HTML XML
Dublin Trades Council 17 HTML XML
To All Labourers' Societies 15 HTML XML
Coercion in England 13 HTML XML
Labour and the Budget 13 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [2 October 1915] 19 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [23 October 1915] 20 HTML XML
The Returned Emigrants 14 HTML XML
The Dispute on the Docks 14 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [25 December 1915] 22 HTML XML
Correspondents 12 HTML XML
A Happy New Year 14 HTML XML
A Lesson of the Strike 15 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [5 February 1916] 18 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [19 February 1916] 18 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [4 March 1916] 19 HTML XML
To the Seafarers of Ireland 15 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [18 March 1916] 20 HTML XML
We Will Rise again 15 HTML XML
A Cheap Bargain 12 HTML XML
Forces of Civilisation 15 HTML XML
Notes on the Front [15 April 1916] 19 HTML XML
The Deputies of Dáil Eireann
Debate on the Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland, signed in London on the 6th December 1921: Sessions 14 December 1921 to 10 January 1922 1851 HTML XML
By multiple authors unless otherwise stated.
Address of Irish Commandants to the President and Congress of the United States 10 HTML XML
The Constitution of Sinn Féin 11 HTML XML
Speech of Éamon de Valéra on his election as President of Sinn Féin (October 25th, 1917) by Éamonn de Valera 11 HTML XML
The Manifesto of Sinn Féin as prepared for circulation for the General Election of December, 1918 13 HTML XML
The Manifesto of Sinn Féin as passed by the Dublin Castle Censor 10 HTML XML
Invitation to the elected representatives the Irish People (January 7th, 1919) by G. N. Count Plunkett 7 HTML PLAIN
Constitution of Dáil Éireann 10 HTML XML
Message to the Free Nations of the World 9 HTML XML
Letter To M. Clemenceau (1919) by Sean T. O'Kelly 9 HTML XML
President De Valéra's Interview by Éamonn de Valera and Dr Zehnder 12 HTML XML
President de Valéra's address to the Electorate by Éamonn de Valera 10 HTML XML
The sworn statement of Mary Magee by Mary Magee 9 HTML XML
Republican Army Orders (1921) 9 HTML XML
Draft Treaty A 12 HTML XML
Irish Memorandum of October 24th, 1921 13 HTML XML
Irish Memorandum of November 22th, 1921 12 HTML XML
British Draft of December 1st, 1921 19 HTML XML
Amendments proposed by the Irish Delegates, December 4th, 1921 11 HTML XML
Articles of Agreement as signed on December 6th, 1921 21 HTML XML
Document Number Two by Éamon de Valera 19 HTML XML
Craig-Collins Agreement 12 HTML XML
The Constitution of the Irish Free State (Saorstát Eireann) Act, 1922 and Public General Acts passed by Oireachtas of Saorstát Eireann during the year 1922. 149 HTML XML
Bunreacht na hÉireann (Constitution of Ireland) 129 HTML XML
Agreement Reached in the Multi-Party Negotiations 101 HTML XML
Eamon de Valera and David Lloyd George
Official Correspondence relating to the Peace Negotiations June-September, 1921 121 HTML XML
Horace Plunkett
Ireland in the New Century 470 HTML XML

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Irish Texts: Historical, Legal, Genealogical

 


Historical Texts
The Book of Leinster Vol. 1 View MS TCD 1339 on ISOS 639 HTML XML
The Book of Leinster Vol. 2 View MS TCD 1339 on ISOS 246 HTML XML
The Book of Leinster Vol. 3 View MS TCD 1339 on ISOS 305 HTML XML
The Book of Leinster Vol. 4 View MS TCD 1339 on ISOS 247 HTML XML
The Book of Leinster Vol. 5 View MS TCD 1339 on ISOS 616 HTML XML
The Annals of Ulster AD 431-1201 1526 HTML XML
The Annals of Ulster AD 1202-1378 520 HTML XML
The Annals of Ulster AD 1379-1541 919 HTML XML
Annals of Tigernach 558 HTML XML
The Annals of Inisfallen 732 HTML XML
The Annals of Inisfallen, Prepatrician section 120 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 1 View MS RIA C iii 3 on ISOS 1052 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 2 View MS RIA C iii 3 on ISOS 1382 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 3 View MS RIA 23 P 6 on ISOS 909 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 4 View MS RIA 23 P 6 on ISOS 986 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 5 View MS RIA 23 P 7 on ISOS 1004 HTML XML
Annals of the Four Masters 6 View MS RIA 23 P 7 on ISOS 735 HTML XML
Annals of Loch Cé 1 886 HTML XML
Annals of Loch Cé 2 696 HTML XML
Annála Connacht View MS RIA Stowe C iii 1 on ISOS 1058 HTML XML
The Annals in Cotton MS. Titus A. XXV [Cottonian Annals] 250 HTML XML
Miscellaneous Irish Annals, Fragment I (Mac Carthaigh's Book) 214 HTML XML
Miscellaneous Irish Annals, Fragment II 56 HTML XML
Miscellaneous Irish Annals, Fragment III 96 HTML XML
Chronicon Scotorum 650 HTML XML
Fragmentary Annals of Ireland 365 HTML XML
Annála Gearra as Proibhinse Ard Macha (Short Annals of Armagh) 29 HTML XML
Short Annals of Tirconaill 29 HTML XML
Short Annals of Fir Manach 22 HTML XML
Short Annals of Leinster 17 HTML XML
A Fragment of Irish Annals 20 HTML XML
Memoranda Gadelica 23 HTML XML
The circuit of Ireland by Muircheartach mac Néill 23 HTML XML
Egerton Annals: Mionannala 105 HTML XML
The Irish Version of the Historia Britonum of Nennius 127 HTML XML
The Leabhar Oiris 119 HTML XML
Cathréim Cellacháin Caisil 163 HTML XML
Aus Rawlinson B 502 [Sex Aetates Mundi] 23 HTML XML
Tréide cétna labratar iarna genemain (LL) 19 HTML XML
Tréide cétna labratar iarna genemain (YBL) 22 HTML XML
Orgguin trí mac Diarmata mic Cerbaill (The stories about Maelodrán) 24 HTML XML
Scéla Cano meic Gartnáin 77 HTML XML
Eine irische Version von Beda's Historia 11 HTML XML
Gein Branduib maic Echach ocus Aedá in maic Gabráin inso sís 18 HTML XML
Cath Cairnn Conaill 40 HTML XML
Prophezeiung Sétna's [Apair rim, a Sétna] 12 HTML XML
Abenteuer Königs Aed Oirdnide (23 N 10) 12 HTML XML
The three drinking-horns of Cormac úa Cuinn (Liber Flavus Fergusiorum) 12 HTML XML
Congal Cinnmagair [Congal Cinnmaghair maith rí] 7 HTML XML
Nekrolog auf Art Buidhe mac Domhnaill Riabhaigh (Egerton 1782) 10 HTML XML
Der Tribut des Königs von Ess Rúaid [Atá sunn senchus nách súaill] 10 HTML XML
Do chomramaib Laigen inso sis [Éol dam i n-dairib dréchta] 16 HTML XML
Wie die zwölf Söhne Cennétigs ihren Tod fanden [Dá mac déc Cheinnéidig cháid] 9 HTML XML
Orthanach Ua Coillama cecinit 14 HTML XML
Der Tod der sieben Maine [Eol dam aided erctha gním] 8 HTML XML
A Middle-Irish Fragment of Bede's Ecclesiastical History 44 HTML XML
In tan no théigmis don dáil 15 HTML XML
Foras Feasa Book I-II (Volumes 1–3) 1635 HTML XML
Colophon from Oxford Bodl. Library, Laud Misc. 610 8 HTML XML
Caithréim Thoirdhealbhaigh [by Sean Mac Ruaidhrí Mac Craith] 455 HTML XML
Críchad an Chaoilli [The ancient territory of Fermoy] 32 HTML XML
Das Alphabet des Cuigne mac Emoin (Book of Lecan, 176a2) 14 HTML XML
Fíthels Ratschläge an seinen Sohn [Cid imma n-gabthar trebad? ol a mac fri Fíthel] 9 HTML XML
The Triads of Ireland 105 HTML XML
Baile in Scáil (Harl. 5280) 50 HTML XML
Genealogies from Rawlinson B 502 533 HTML XML
The Laud Genealogies and Tribal Histories 165 HTML XML
The Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many 231 HTML XML
The Genealogy of Corca Laidhe 163 HTML XML
Genealogical Tracts I (p. 107–114) 17 HTML XML
A Poem on the Kings of Connaught 14 HTML XML
A list of ancient Irish authors 13 HTML XML
Die Herkunft der Partraige 7 HTML XML
The Laud Synchronisms 53 HTML XML
Verschiedenes aus Egerton 1782 8 HTML XML
Texte zur Mog Ruith Sage (Käte Müller-Lisowski) 15 HTML XML
Die fünfzehn Namen des Boyne [A écsiu Fáil, fégam sein] 8 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 1 (E. Gwynn) 61 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 2 (E. Gwynn) 84 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 3 (E. Gwynn) 317 HTML XML
The Metrical Dindshenchas 4 (E. Gwynn) 313 HTML XML
The Flight of the Earls (Ó Cianáin) 361 HTML XML
Beatha Aodha Ruaidh Uí Dhomhnaill (P.Walsh) 519 HTML XML
The Book of Clanranald (Alexander Cameron) 375 HTML XML
The Irish Charters in the Book of Kells (J. O'Donovan) 79 HTML XML
Lebor na Cert (Myles Dillon) 291 HTML XML
The Colloquy between Fintan and the Hawk of Achill 39 HTML XML
An Síogaí Rómhánach 29 HTML XML
Aiste Dáibhí Cúndún 32 HTML XML
Deorchaoineadh na hÉireann (Rudolf Thurneysen) 27 HTML XML
Machtnadh an Duine Dhoilghiosaich (Seághan Ó Coileáin of Myross) 12 HTML XML
Sloinfead scothadh na Gaoidhilge grinn (T. F. O'Rahilly) 17 HTML XML
Covenant between Mageoghegan and the Fox [...] 50 HTML XML
The Gaelic Notes in the Book of Deer 26 HTML XML
Cáin Lánamna 26 HTML XML
Gilla in Chomded Ua Cormaic
Aimirgin Glúngel tuir tend 29 HTML XML
Maílín Ó Mael Chonaire
Agreement between Gerald, 9th earl of Kildare and the Mac Rannalls, A.D. 1530 10 HTML XML

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Irish Texts: Christian writings

 


Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Bethada Náem nÉrenn 1218 HTML XML
Lives of the Saints from the Book of Lismore 744 HTML XML
Bethu Brigte 86 HTML XML
The birth and life of St Mo Ling 100 HTML XML
The birth and life of St Mo Ling 100 HTML XML
Betha Fursa 37 HTML XML
Betha Phatraic. On the life of Saint Patrick View RIA MS 23 P 16 (Leabhar Breac) pp. 24b–29b on ISOS 87 HTML XML
Betha Brigte. On the life of Saint Brigit 73 HTML XML
Betha Choluim Chille. On the life of Saint Columba View MS RIA 23 P 16 (Leabhar Breac) pp. 29b–34a on ISOS 72 HTML XML
Betha Meic Creiche [Life of Mac Creiche] (Ch. Plummer) 120 HTML XML
Betha Cranatan [Life of Cranat] (Ch. Plummer) 19 HTML XML
Betha Naile [Life of Naile] (Ch. Plummer) 93 HTML XML
Betha Adamnáin [The Irish Life of Adamnán] 33 HTML XML
Betha Farannáin [Life of Farannán] (Ch. Plummer) 22 HTML XML
Mochuta und der Teufel [Rawlinson B 512] 9 HTML XML
Wie Sechnall und Patrick Fiac vom Tode retteten 8 HTML XML
Life of St. Declan of Ardmore 87 HTML XML
Der Ursprung des gregorianischen Kirchengesangs [Mac atcúala is domain tair] 14 HTML XML
Tiughraind Bhécáin meic Luigdech do Cholum Cille ann so [Dofed andes a ndáil Fíadhatt] 13 HTML XML
Míorbuile Senáin [The Miracles of Senan] 45 HTML XML
Patricius segnet Irland 7 HTML XML
Molaisse und seine Schwester 10 HTML XML
Four saints: Cormac, Beccan (Emin), Culan, Diarmaid (J.G. O'Keeffe) 32 HTML XML
Cáin Eimíne Báin annso 24 HTML XML
Story of the abbot of Druimenach, who was changed into a woman 17 HTML XML
König Guaire und Oennu maccu Laigse 10 HTML XML
Wunderbare Geschichten von Corpre Cromm mac Feradaig 12 HTML XML
The adventures of Ricinn, daughter of Crimthann mac Lugdach (Stowe MS B IV 2, fo. 145a) 12 HTML XML
Laithe n-aon dia rabhator treis gnía (Stowe MS B IV 2, fo. 124a) 7 HTML XML
Betha Colmáin maic Lúacháin (Rennes, Bibl. Mun. Ms 598) 193 HTML XML
Drei Erzählungen aus dem Buch von Lismore 15 HTML XML
Saltair na Rann [The psalter of verses] 444 HTML XML
Da brón Flatha Nime [Les Deux Chagrins du Royaume du Ciel] 40 HTML XML
A Dé dúlig adateoch/Cethrur do-raega ní dalb [Aus Rawlinson B. 502] 21 HTML XML
Abstammung der zwölf Apostel [Petor co treib Iuda áin] 8 HTML XML
Cenn ard Ádaim étrocht rád [Aus Rawlinson B. 502] 12 HTML XML
Fursa Cráiptech profetauit 10 HTML XML
Beg mac Dé profetauit 13 HTML XML
Regula Choluimb Chille [from MS Rawl B 512] 12 HTML XML
Regula Choluimb Chille [MS Bibl. Royale 5100–4] 19 HTML XML
Von den Todsünden [Rawl. B 512] 19 HTML XML
The Passions and The Homilies from Leabhar Breac View MS RIA 23 P 6 (Leabhar Breac) on ISOS 982 HTML XML
Von heimlichen Sünden [Rawlinson B. 512] 9 HTML XML
Danklied einer erlösten Seele [Laud 610] 10 HTML XML
Das Apgitir Crábaid des Colmán maccu Béognae [Harl. 5280, fo 39b-41a] 45 HTML XML
Bríathra Floinn Fíona meic Cosa an[n]so [from RIA 23 N 17] 6 HTML XML
Ein Gedicht aus Additional 30,512, fol. 34b2 [Is saoth lem in t-aos léigind] 7 HTML XML
Aus Laud 615 [Eineach úaisle ná gach dán] 9 HTML XML
Irish Litanies 84 HTML XML
Tidings of Doomsday 30 HTML XML
Tidings of the Resurrection 38 HTML XML
The fifteen tokens of Doomsday 42 HTML XML
The vision of Laisrén 17 HTML XML
Une version irlandaise du dialogue du corps et de l'âme (Georges Dottin) 42 HTML XML
Ein altirisches Gedicht über das Ende der Welt [Dofil aimser laithe m-bratha] 13 HTML XML
Eine Variante der Brendan-Legende (R. Thurneysen) 34 HTML XML
Baile Bricín (Kuno Meyer) 28 HTML XML
Aisling Tundail (Kuno Meyer) 98 HTML XML
Die Hölzer am Kreuze Christi (Ceithre fedha, fáth gin gheis) [from TCD MS 1337 (H 3 18)] 6 HTML XML
Aus der Kindheit Jesu ['Sa raith-sea rucadh Muiri] 13 HTML XML
Über die Nichtigkeit der Welt (Is trúagh in cess i mbíaam) 9 HTML XML
Colum Cille cecinit [Fersaighecht an tempuil tall] (Laud 165, p 7.) 15 HTML XML
Pátraic cecinit [Cumma lem etir] 8 HTML XML
Desiderius (Sgáthán an Chrábhaidh) 534 HTML XML
Óengus mac Óengobann
The Martyrology of Oengus the Culdee 222 HTML XML
Nicol Óg, son of the abbot of Cong
Betha Féchín Fabair 63 HTML XML
King David and the Beggar (Book of Fermoy, p 83a) 8 HTML XML
King David and the Beggar (Book of Fermoy, p 83a) 8 HTML XML

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Irish Texts: Narrative literature

 

All texts: Anon
Aislinge Óenguso 27 HTML XML
Tuan mac Cairill ro clos 11 HTML XML
Toghuil tsítha Truim inn so 6 HTML XML
Toghmarc Baisi bandruad ind so 6 HTML XML
Die ersten Ärzte Irlands 7 HTML XML
Das Haus des Mac ind Óc 7 HTML XML
The four jewels of the Tuatha Dé Danann 14 HTML XML
Immacallam in druad Brain ocus inna banfháitho Febuil [Im bu mese im bu mé] [TCD H 4.22] 10 HTML XML
Cath Maige Tuired (E. Gray) 95 HTML XML
The Second Battle of Moytura (Whitley Stokes) 91 HTML XML
Tochmarc Étaíne (Bergin and Best) 110 HTML XML
Stair Nuadat Find Femin (Käte Müller-Lisowski) 102 HTML XML
Compert Conchobuir I 21 HTML XML
Táin Bó Regamna 16 HTML XML
Táin Bó Fraích 55 HTML XML
Síaburcharpat Conculaind 24 HTML XML
Tochmarc Ferbe (Windisch) 80 HTML XML
Ferchuitred Medba indso (Rawlinson B 512) 16 HTML XML
Táin Bó Cúalnge Recension I 454 HTML XML
Compert Con Culainn 21 HTML XML
Serglige Con Culainn 102 HTML XML
Scéla Mucce Meic Dathó 47 HTML XML
Togail Bruidne Da Derga 273 HTML XML
Aided Óenfir Aífe 21 HTML XML
Déirdre (Longes mac nUislenn) 36 HTML XML
Longes mac nUislenn[Vernam Hull] 39 HTML XML
The Glenmasan Manuscript (D. Mackinnon) 436 HTML XML
Tochmarc Emire la Coinculaind (Harl. 5280) 142 HTML XML
Tochmarc Emire (Rawl. 512) 25 HTML XML
Fled Bricrend (Codex Vossianus) 97 HTML XML
Brinna Ferchertne (Laud 610) 12 HTML XML
Táin Bó Rúanaid ind so 7 HTML XML
Die Ursache von Noinden Ulad (Aus Harleian 5280) 8 HTML XML
Forfess Fer Fálgae (Egerton 1782 fo. 19a) 7 HTML XML
Verschiedenes aus Harley 5280, fo. 57b 7 HTML XML
Die Sage von CuRoi (Egerton 88, fo. 10) 21 HTML XML
Verba Scáthaige nach 23. N. 10 9 HTML XML
The Dindshenchas of Emain Macha (RIA 23 N 10) 13 HTML XML
Táin Bó Cúalnge from the Book of Leinster 485 HTML XML
The Death-Tales of the Ulster Heroes (Kuno Meyer) 81 HTML XML
The Training of Cúchulainn (Do fhogluim Chonculainn) 71 HTML XML
Mesca Ulad (LL and LU) 90 HTML XML
Tromdámh Guaire 110 HTML XML
Scél Baili Binnbérlaig 13 HTML XML
Aided Chuind Chétchathaig (Book of Lecan 350a) 9 HTML XML
Lebor na hUidre 1092 HTML XML
Cormac and Ciarnat 10 HTML XML
Orgain Néill Noígiallaig 23 HTML XML
The Expulsion of the Déssi (Laud 610) 34 HTML XML
Conall Corc and the Corco Luigde (Laud 610) 23 HTML XML
Ailill Aulom, Mac Con, & Find ua Báiscne (Laud 610) 23 HTML XML
Fingal Rónáin 36 HTML XML
Orgain Denna Ríg 24 HTML XML
Esnada Tige Buchet 38 HTML XML
Fled Dúin na nGéd 124 HTML XML
Urteilsspruch wegen entwendeter und beschädigter Pferde 8 HTML XML
Rangordnung der Könige in Tara [Temair, saer in sossadh] 7 HTML XML
Cormac mac Cuillenáin and the jesters (J.G. O'Keeffe) 10 HTML XML
Buile Shuibhne 217 HTML XML
Wiederauffindung der Táin Bó Cúalnge [Egerton 1782, fo. 87 b] 12 HTML XML
Wiederauffindung der Táin Bó Cúalnge [RIA MS D 4 2, fo 49b 2] 14 HTML XML
Aided Néill Nóigiallaig 13 HTML XML
Cath Almaine (Pádraig Ó Riain) 81 HTML XML
Tochmarc Moméra (Eugene O'Curry) 23 HTML XML
Cath Maighe Léna (Kenneth Jackson) 289 HTML XML
Aided Muirchertaig Meic Erca (Lil Nic Dhonnchadha) 107 HTML XML
Acallamh na Senórach I (Whitley Stokes) 1014 HTML XML
Cath Finntrágha (Cecile O'Rahilly) 184 HTML XML
The Death of Finn Mac Cumaill (Kuno Meyer) 17 HTML XML
Cath Sléphe Cáin inso (Kuno Meyer) 6 HTML XML
Finns Stammbaum und die Fiana (Kuno Meyer) 7 HTML XML
Finn and Grainne (Kuno Meyer) 8 HTML XML
Tochmarc Ailbe (Rudolf Thurneysen) 43 HTML XML
Feis Tighe Chonáin (Maud Joynt) 176 HTML XML
The Quarrel between Finn and Oisín (Kuno Meyer) 29 HTML XML
Finn and the Man in the Tree (Kuno Meyer) 11 HTML XML
Two Tales about Finn (Kuno Meyer) 13 HTML XML
Uath Beinne Etair (Kuno Meyer) 14 HTML XML
The Chase of Síd na mBan Finn and the Death of Finn (Kuno Meyer) 101 HTML XML
Reicne Fothaid Canainne (Kuno Meyer) 26 HTML XML
Erard mac Coisse cecinit: A Mór Maigne Moigi Siúil (Kuno Meyer) 8 HTML XML
The Finn episode from Gilla in Chomded húa Cormaic's poem "A Rí richid, réidig dam" (Kuno Meyer) 17 HTML XML
Comrac Liadaine ocus Cuirithir (Kuno Meyer) 27 HTML XML
Immram Brain (Séamus Mac Mathúna) 44 HTML XML
Imrum Snedhghusa ocus Mic Ríagla (Whitley Stokes) 22 HTML XML
Iomramh churraig Hua gCorra (Whitley Stokes) 74 HTML XML
The Gaelic Maundeville (Whitley Stokes) 267 HTML XML
In Cath Catharda: The Civil War of the Romans (Whitley Stokes) 655 HTML XML
The Gaelic abridgment of the Book of Ser Marco Polo (Whitley Stokes) 161 HTML XML
Merugud Uilix maicc Leirtis (Kuno Meyer) 56 HTML XML
Togail na Tebe (George Calder) 423 HTML XML
Imtheachta Æniasa (George Calder) 303 HTML XML
The Irish Lives of Guy of Warwick and Bevis of Hampton 368 HTML XML
The colloquy of Colum Cille and the youth at Carn Eolairg 8 HTML XML
Cú bán an t-shleibhe (D. O'Foharta) 26 HTML XML
Parrach Mha'l Bhrighde 's a mhac (J. H. Lloyd) 9 HTML XML
Elfenbegräbnis [Laa n-aen robái Mac Coisi] (Kuno Meyer) 9 HTML XML
Le h-ais na Teineadh (Douglas Hyde) 221 HTML XML
Aislinge Meic Con Glinne View MS RIA 23 P 6 (Leabhar Breac) pp. 213a–219b on ISOS 150 HTML XML
Cúirt an Mheónoídhche by Brian Merriman 98 HTML XML

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Irish Texts: Early Irish Lyric Poetry


Messe ocus Pangur bán 10 HTML XML
Dom-fharcai fidbaide fál 7 HTML XML
Clocán binn 7 HTML XML
Adram in Coimdid 7 HTML XML
Int én bec 7 HTML XML
Int én gaires asin t-shail 8 HTML XML
A ben, bennacht fort-ná ráid! 9 HTML XML
A Marbán, a díthrubaig 15 HTML XML
M' óenurán im aireclán 10 HTML XML
Día lim fri cach sním 10 HTML XML
Ísucán 9 HTML XML
Dúthracar, a Maic Dé bí 10 HTML XML
Tan bím eter mo shruithe 8 HTML XML
Cros Chríst tarsin n-gnúisse 11 HTML XML
A Dé dúilig, atat-teoch 8 HTML XML
Isam aithrech (febda fecht) 9 HTML XML
Is mebul dom imrádud 10 HTML XML
Rop tú mo baile 10 HTML XML
Tórramat do nóebaingil 9 HTML XML
A Maire mín, maithingen 11 HTML XML
Mé Éba, ben Ádaim uill 9 HTML XML
In Spirut nóeb immun 8 HTML XML
Deus meus, adiuva me 10 HTML XML
A Choimdiu, nom-choimét 10 HTML XML
A Choimdiu baíd 8 HTML XML
Ropo mían dom menmainse 9 HTML XML
Tuc dam, a Dé móir 9 HTML XML
Mo labrad 8 HTML XML
Fil súil n-glas 8 HTML XML
Robad mellach, a meic mo Dé 10 HTML XML
Tréide as dile lem fo-rácbus 8 HTML XML
Is aire charaim Doire 8 HTML XML
Is scíth mo chrob ón scríbinn 9 HTML XML
Aithbe dam bés mora 16 HTML XML
Cen áinius 10 HTML XML
It é saigte gona súain 10 HTML XML
A Mór Maigne Moige Síuil 11 HTML XML
Ro-chúala 8 HTML XML
Caíni amra laisin m-Bran 16 HTML XML
Ráisit d'inis nárbo dermar 11 HTML XML
A Bé Find, in rega lim 12 HTML XML
Ránacsa, rem rebrad rán 14 HTML XML
M'airiuclán hi Túaim Inbir 9 HTML XML
Gáir na Gairbe glaídbinne 12 HTML XML
Súanach sin, a Éorann án 13 HTML XML
A bennáin, a búiredáin 22 HTML XML
Mór múich i túsa in-nocht 11 HTML XML
Turus acam Día h-Aíne 14 HTML XML
Géisid cúan 12 HTML XML
Forud na Fíann fás in-nocht 9 HTML XML
Is úar geimred; at-racht gáeth 9 HTML XML
Cétemain, cain cucht 11 HTML XML
Scél lem dúib 9 HTML XML
Fil duine 8 HTML XML
Cotail becán becán bec 11 HTML XML
Trúag sin, a Chaílte, a chara 8 HTML XML
Ro loiscit na lámasa 8 HTML XML
Do bádussa úair 8 HTML XML
Cormac cecinit [Mac nach lium líthir form-sa] 7 HTML XML
Sadb ingen Chuinn Chétchathaig cecinit [Bec cech tír is gach talam] 6 HTML XML
Sadb ingen Chuinn Chétchathaig cecinit [Bec cech tír is gach talam] 13 HTML XML
Die Helden von Emain Macha (Mongán mac Fíachna cecinit do thecosc a athar) 13 HTML XML
Der Sitz geistiger Kräfte und Leidenschaften im menschlichen Körper [Intlecht i ndreich sech cech raind] 7 HTML XML
Ein König muß zehn ständige Begleiter haben [Deichnebar cuibrind in ríg] 7 HTML XML
Colum Cilles Lieblingsstätten [Tréide as dile lem ro-fagbus] 6 HTML XML
Zwei Gebete des Máel-Ísu Hūa Brolchāin (ob. 1086) 8 HTML XML
Ein Spruch Adamnans [Trí cémenn cindti do chách] 8 HTML XML
Eine Weissagung Colum Cilles [Gébaid a ainm dim anmaim-se] 7 HTML XML
Gebet um Thränen [Tucc dam, a Dé móir] 7 HTML XML
Ein Gebet Fursas [Robé mainrechta Dé forsind fhormna-sa] 7 HTML XML
Ach und Weh [Uch, a Dé!] 8 HTML XML
Segenbringender Glockenklang [A fhir benas clocc 'na tráth] 7 HTML XML
Das Leben ein Darlehen [Dligid íasacht a idlacud re atarba] 13 HTML XML
Bringt euer Haus unter Dach! [Fada go tuigim mo theach] 14 HTML XML
Der Mensch ist Kot [Pecthach ar síl 'nar slúagaib] 16 HTML XML
Prophezeiung böser Zeiten [Comaillfithir d'Éirinn] 9 HTML XML
Anrufung der Dreieinigkeit [Déna mo theagosc, a Thrínóit] 14 HTML XML
Die heilige Jungfrau [Fuigeall beandacht brú Muiri] 15 HTML XML
Reich und arm [Is milis glór gacha fir] 7 HTML XML
Fingen Mac Flainn's Gedicht auf die Fir Arddae [Ammo Choimdhiui néll cid dogén] 27 HTML XML
An Old Irish poem on St. Patrick [Pátraic Macha mártai Gáidil] 9 HTML XML
Irish Quatrains I [Cid becc—méd frighed—do locht; A rí rind] 6 HTML XML
Irish Quatrains II [Cid glic fri h-ailchi uara; Cros Dé ocus Colmain Ela; Macán Maire ingeine; Corp slemain; Boimm is boim; Marotfia] 9 HTML XML
Irish Quatrains III [Uch a lám; Ni dlig feronn gan treoir; Aiged Ísu 'na croich síar; Mór in bét] 7 HTML XML
Anbthine mór ar muig Lir 21 HTML XML
Segen der Freigebigkeit [A fhir fhēil] 7 HTML XML
Wer einen Priester schmäht, fährt zur Hölle [Mairg duine cāines clēirech] 8 HTML XML
Ein altirischer Spruch [BL Add 30512, fo 32b] 7 HTML XML
The Book of Magauran [Leabhar Méig Shamhradháin] (McKenna) 582 HTML n/a
The bardic poems of Tadhg Dall Ó Huiginn (1550-1591) 499 HTML XML
Measgra Dánta 207 HTML XML

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Irish Texts: Bardic Poetry

 

Background reading

Poem Books (Duanairí)

Unknown unless otherwise stated Anluan Mac Aodhagáin Aodh Mac Diarmuda Mac an Bhaird
Aodh Ollabhar Ó Carrthoidh Aonghus Fionn Ó Dálaigh Aonghus Mac Cearbhaill Bhuide Ó Dálaigh
Athairne Mac Eoghain Brian Ó Corcrán Cormac Mhac Taidhg Bhallaigh Ó Dálaigh
Domhnall Mac Taidhg Ó Dálaigh Donnchadh Mór Ó Dálaigh Eochaidh Ó hEoghusa
Eoghan Mac an Bhaird Eoghan Mac Craith, an t-Órthóir Eoghan Mac Craith
Eoghan Ruadh Mac an Bhaird Fear Feasa Ó'n Cháinte Fear Flatha Ó Gnímh
Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird Fearghal mac Domhnuill Ruaidh mac an Bhaird Giolla Brighde Mac Con Midhe
Giolla Brighde Ó hEoghusa Gofraidh Fionn Ó Dálaigh
Gofraidh Mac Briain Mac an Bhaird

Laoisioch mac an Bhaird
Lochlann Óg Ó Dálaigh
Mathghamhain Ó hIfearnáin
Maolmhuire Mac Craith
Maol Sheachluinn na nUirsgéal Ó hUiginn
Ó Dálaigh Fionn
Philip Bocht Ó hUiginn
Seaán Buidhe Mac Bruaideadha
Seaán Ó Clumháin
Tadhg mac Dáire
Tadhg Mac Dáire Mac Bruaideadha
 Tadhg Mór Ó hUiginn
Tadhg Óg Ó hUiginn
Flaithrí Ó Maoil Chonaire


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Irish Texts: Grammar, Metrics, Poetics, Lexicology & Literary Scholarship

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Traigshruth Firchertne 11 HTML XML
Auraicept na n-Éces (George Calder) 521 HTML XML
Hebräische Wörter erklärt [Episcopus in t-ebra] 8 HTML XML
Randglossen und Reimereien aus H 3 18 [Marginal glosses and rhymes from H 3 18] 7 HTML XML
Apraid a éolchu Elga [Eochaid Eolach ua Céirín] 20 HTML XML
Cóir Anmann 199 HTML XML
Dúan in chóicat cest 19 HTML XML
A fhir thall triallus 21 HTML XML
A seventeenth-century criticism of Keating's 'Foras Feasa ar Éirinn' 62 HTML XML

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Irish Texts: Science & Medicine


Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Regimen na Sláinte (Regimen Sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis) 1 View MS RIA 24 P 26 on ISOS 275 HTML XML
Regimen na Sláinte (Regimen Sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis) 2 View MS RIA 24 P 26 on ISOS 377 HTML XML
Regimen na Sláinte (Regimen Sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis) 3 View MS RIA 24 P 26 on ISOS 452 HTML XML
Rosa Anglica (W. Wulff) View MS RIA 23 P 20 on ISOS 499 HTML XML
Regimen Sanitatis (H. Cameron Gillies) View MS NLI G 12 on ISOS 258 HTML XML
A mediaeval handbook of gynaecology and midwifery [...] View MS RIA 23 F 19 pp. 7v et sqq. on ISOS 188 HTML XML
[On Wounds] View MS RIA 23 F 19 pp. 7v et sqq. on ISOS 55 HTML XML
[A Tract on the Plague] View MS TCD 1435 pp. 200-202 on ISOS 39 HTML XML
De Amore Hereos View RIA MS 23 F 19 on ISOS 37 HTML XML
Contra Incantationes 16 HTML XML
Two medical fragments View MS RIA 23 P 20 on ISOS 26 HTML XML
An Irish Astronomical Tract (Maura Power) View RIA Stowe, B II 1 on ISOS 613 HTML XML
The Meaning of Birth-days (Annie M. Scarre) 11 HTML XML
Ranna an aeir [The Constellations] (A. O. Anderson) 38 HTML XML

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Latin Texts: Historical & Legal

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Annales Hiberniae (Grace's Annals) 413 HTML XML
Annales Hibernie ab anno Christi 1162 usque ad annum 1370 (Pembridge's Annals) 195 HTML XML
Annales de Monte Fernandi 85 HTML XML
The Annals of Ireland by Friar John Clyn 254 HTML XML
The Annals of Ireland by Thady Dowling 243 HTML XML
Annales Dominicani de Roscoman(Dominican Annals of Roscommon) 129 HTML XML

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Latin Texts: Christian writings

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Vita sancte Ite Virginis 53 HTML XML
The Life of Columba, written by Adamnan (W. Reeves) 213 HTML XML
Vita Sancti Findani 24 HTML XML
Monks' Rules of Columbanus 99 HTML XML
Sermons of Columbanus 109 HTML XML
Letters of Columbanus 110 HTML XML
Confessio [Confession of Saint Patrick] 68 HTML XML
Epistola S. Patricii ad Christianos Corotici Tyranni subditos 33 HTML XML
De controversia Paschali (by Cummianus) 41 HTML XML
Exegesis on the Four Evangelists 13 HTML XML
A Latin Dialogue of the Body and the Soul (attr. to Robert Grosseteste) 24 HTML XML
The Vision of Tnugdalus (Visio Tnugdali) 92 HTML XML

Latin Texts: Hymnology

 

Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Hymnum S. Cú Chuimne in laudem S. Mariae (Cú Chuimne Sapiens) 14 HTML XML
Lamentatio Hiberniae [La lamentation d'Irlande] (Rudolf Thurneysen) 27 HTML XML
Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Adelphus adelpha mater 14 HTML PLAIN

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Latin Texts: Science & Medicine


Authors unknown unless otherwise stated.
Mo Sinnu moccu Min 10 HTML PLAIN
Regimen na Sláinte 1 (by Magninus of Milan) 185 HTML XML
Regimen na Sláinte 2 (by Magninus of Milan) 225 HTML XML
Regimen na Sláinte 3 (by Magninus of Milan) 271 HTML XML
[A mediaeval handbook of gynaecology and midwifery] (ascribed to Trota) 134 HTML XML

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