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Page 103 - Edited from a MS. in the British Museum, with Notes, by the REV. RICHARD BUTLER, AB, MRIA 2.
Page 102 - ... present extant in print. The immediate object of this Society is to print in the original, with accurate English translations and annotations, the unpublished documents illustrative of Irish history, especially those in the ancient and obsolete language of the country, many of which can be faithfully translated and elucidated only by scholars who have been long engaged in the study of the Celtic remains of Ireland.
Page 230 - Sanctorum," p. 422, n. 14. In AD 848, we read that Cinaedh, son of Conaing, lord of Cianachta-Breagh, in Meath, went with a strong force of foreigners, and plundered the Ui-Neill from the Sionainn (the Shannon) to the sea; " and he plundered the island of Loch Gabhor, and afterwards burned it, so that it was level with the ground.
Page 645 - ... in lieu of the annual subscription. VI. Every Member whose subscription is not in arrear shall be entitled to receive one copy of each publication of the Society issued subsequently to his admission ; and the books printed by the Society shall not be sold to the public. VII.
Page 645 - THE ANNALS OF IRELAND, by James Grace, of Kilkenny. Edited from the MS. in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, in the original Latin, with a Translation and Notes, by the Rev. RICHARD BUTLER, AB, MRIA Price 8*.
Page 103 - Schaffhausen ; accompanied by Various Readings from six other MSS., found in different parts of Europe ; and illustrated by copious Notes and Dissertations. By the Rev. WILLIAM REEVES, DD, MB, VPRIA With Maps, and coloured Facsimiles of the MSS.
Page 102 - The publication of twenty-one volumes, illustrative of Irish history, has been completed by the Irish Archaeological Society, founded in 1840, and the Celtic Society, established in 1845. The present Society has been formed by the union of these two bodies, under the name of the " Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society...
Page 650 - JOHN O'DONOVAN, Esq., and JAMES HENTHORN TODD, DD X. An Account of the Firbolgs and Danes of Ireland, by Duald Mac Firbis, from a MS. in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, with a Translation and Notes, by JOHN O'DONOVAN, Esq.