The Book of Fenagh in Irish and English, Originally Compiled by St. Caillin, Archbishop, Abbot, and Founder of Fenach, Alias Dunbally of Moy-Rein, Tempore St. Patricii0: With the Contractions Resolved, And... the Original Text Restored. The Whole ... Revised ..., Annotated by W. M. Hennessy, and Done Into English by D. H. Kelly
Alex. Thom, 1875 - 440 pages
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