Poem on the Observance of Sunday

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‘Poem on the Observance of Sunday’, ed. J. G. O’Keeffe, Ériu 3 (1907) 143-147

Manuscript source of printed text

University College Dublin Ms A9 (Franciscan collection), p. 39


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