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The book of Ui Maine, otherwise called "The book of the O'Kelly's" / with descriptive introduction and indexes by R.A.S. Macalister
Bib ID 1320690
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Book of the O'Kelly's
Description Dublin : Published for the [Irish Manuscripts] Commission by the Stationery Office of Eire, 1942 
65 p., 216 leaves of plates. 
Series

Facsimiles in collotype of Irish manuscripts ; 4

Notes

At head of title: Coimisiun Laimhscribhinni na Heireann (The Irish Manuscripts Commission)

Subjects Manuscripts, Irish - Facsimiles.  |  Ireland - History - 1172-1603 - Sources.  |  Ireland - Genealogy.
Other authors/contributors Macalister, R. A. S. (Robert Alexander Stewart), 1870-1950  |  Irish Manuscripts Commission

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