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Call Number: MS 329
Overview This collection consists of typed and handwritten drafts of writings submitted to the editors of the Catholic Bulletin and Book Review, an Irish periodical, as well as correspondence to the editors, to the publishers at M.H. Gill and Son, and specifically to John Joseph O'Kelly, one of the editors of the Bulletin and an Irish republican of the first half of the 20th century.
Dates: 1916-1952, 1987
Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS C121
Overview The Midnight Court: [a Gaelic miscellany] is a single volume collection of 18th century Irish writings by Brian Merriman and Donough MacConmara, copied out with comments and occasional translations by Timothy Keane at Clodagh, Crookstown (Ireland), during the 1880s. The volume includes a printed edition of Michael O'Shea's English translation of the The Midnight Court, a long poem on Irish marriage and celibacy, printed privately by O'Shea in Boston in 1897.
Dates: 18th century, copied between 1880-1889