On the Ghost of Mac Maguire
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Two Religious Pieces, ed. Paul Grosjean S.J., Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 18 (1930) 299-303
Manuscript source of printed text
University College Dublin Ms A9 (Franciscan collection), p. 44
- Early Irish.
- The text contains three words in Latin.
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