New Texts on CELT website

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New Texts on CELT website

Postby Aislinn on Thu May 07, 2009 11:56 am

The CELT Project has made available the following texts on its website ( for the period March to May 2009.
March 2009

A Letter from the Lord Deputy-General of Ireland upon Surrender of Limerick, 1651,
by Henry Ireton, ed. by John T. Gilbert.

Account of Surrender of Limerick, 1651,
by William Layles, ed. by John T. Gilbert.

Annales Hiberniae [Grace's Annals]
by James Grace of Kilkenny, edited by Richard Butler. Irish Archaeological Society, Dublin 1842.
English translation.

Certain considerations touching the Plantation in Ireland
by Francis Bacon.

Regimen na Sláinte (Regimen Sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis),
vol. 2 Latin text ed. by Sé�us Ó �atharnaigh (James Carney), Dublin 1942.

April 2009

Regimen na Sláin� (Regimen Sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis),
vol. 2 Irish text ed. by Séamu�Ó Cea�arnaigh (James Carney), Dublin 1942.

A Description of Killarney, Dublin 1776.

Guide to Killarney and Glengariff,
by G. N. Wright, Cork and Dublin 1834.

Annales Hibernie ab anno Christi 1162 usque ad annum 1370 (Pembridge's Annals),
ed. John T. Gilbert, London 1884.

May 2009

The Desmond Survey This survey was edited from Carew MS 625, Lambeth Palace Library,
by Prof. em. J. A. Murphy, and has never been published before. The CELT edition is made available with his kind permission.
It also contains four maps from the Petworth manuscript, reproduced by kind permission of Lord Egremont.
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Re: New Texts on CELT website

Postby brendan on Sun May 10, 2009 11:07 pm

coool I was looking for some 16th century text to write on my museum grade replica paper and it seems that you have provided the outlet

(Of course I have not forgotten the recipes that I promised someone else)

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