Edward Lhuyd's Papers Public Deposited
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- Date Created
- end 1799
- start 1700
- IE TCD MS 1392 is part of the manuscript collection belonging to the Welsh antiquary Edward Lhuyd / Edward Lhwyd (1660-1709). It contains material in Latin, Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Armoric, French, and Basque. Digitised to date are IE TCD MSS 1392/3, /6, /7, and /8. Also presented here are some other Edward Lhuyd-related materials; specifically Glossaries and miscellanea (IE TCD MS 1317), Irish manuscript with miscellaneous content (IE TCD MS 1368), a Vocabulary of Highland Gaelic, etc. (IE TCD MS 1369), and The Oxford Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1703 (IE TCD MS 1380).
- Acquired by the Library of Trinity College Dublin in October 1786 from the Library of Sir John Sebright.
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- paper (fiber product)
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Edward Lhuyd's Papers
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|Fragment of a comparative vocabulary of Latin, Welsh, Cornish and Amoric||IE TCD MS 1392/3||Public|
|Irish-English dictionary: sheets L M N O P T Z, Aa to Ee||IE TCD MS 1392/8||Public|
|Irish-English dictionary: preface||IE TCD MS 1392/7||Public|
|Irish grammar as printed in Archaeologia, with notes relating to Irish pronunciation and orthography||IE TCD MS 1392/6||Public|
|Irish manuscript with miscellaneous content||IE TCD MS 1368 ; former shelfmark: H.4.27||Public|
|The Oxford Alamanac for the Year of Our Lord 1703 ; with Irish grammar and prosody in Latin and Irish||IE TCD MS 1380 ; former shelfmark: H.5.8||Public|
|Glossaries and miscellanea||IE TCD MS 1317 ; former shelfmarks: Lyon: H.2.15 ; H.2.15b ; H.2.15, no 2 ; Ussher: H.34||Public|
|Vocabulary of Highland Gaelic||IE TCD MS 1369 ; former shelfmark: H.4.28||Public|