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Part of a Gaelic grammatical treatise (written in the traditional character) giving the paradigms of a number of nouns and verbs., 17th century.

Identifier: MS.1745

Scope and Contents

Among several citations from bardic verse are one from Tadhg Dali Ó Huiginn (died circa 1591), and one from a poem by Eoghan Mac an Bhaird (died 1609) on the death of Ruaidhri Ó Domhnaill, Earl of Tirconnel, which took place in Rome in 1608.


  • Creation: 17th century.

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17 Leaves ; Folio.

Language of Materials

Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic

Custodial History

The names George Pirrie, Edward Cunnynghame (spelt variously), William Corsse, A Rotewart, and Glencairn are written, with scraps of legal phrases, here and there. The manuscript was bound in a Campbell charter (Ch.861), on which the name of William Corsse has likewise been written.

Repository Details

Part of the National Library of Scotland Archives and Manuscripts Division Repository