Remarks on the facsimiles [of Leabhar na h'uidhri and Leabhar breac] published by the Royal Irish academy, a letter

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Page 4 - Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Irish History," p. 584, et seq., it contains internal evidence of antiquity. The language is old and well preserved, and the story is told in an ancient style of diction. It contains some minute descriptions of personal appearance, dress, and ornaments of gold and silver. Of the lady Bee Fola I have found no mention...
Page 9 - Aussi, pour trancher définitivement la question. M. Stokes fait-il appel à un arbitrage, mais à l'arbitrage de personnes compétentes, hors d'Irlande, de celtistes paléographes.
Page 9 - if it be I.' 70. b, 42 — dorochar — dorochair 'cecidit.' In 69. b. 41 there is a stroke over...

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