A Poem by Gilbride MacNamee in Praise of Cathal OConor
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Printed source of this electronic edition
A Poem by Gilbride MacNamee in praise of Cathal OConor, ed. E. C. Quiggin, in Miscellany Presented to Kuno Meyer, O. J. Bergin & C. Marstrander eds. (Halle 1912) 167-77
Manuscript source of printed text
1. Clonalis House (Castlerea, Co. Roscommon), The Book of the OConor Don, p. 314a
2. Royal Irish Academy Ms 23 F 16 (The Book of the OGara), cat. no. 2, p. 29
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- C: The Book of the OConor Don
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