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Irish Texts Society Volume 3

Irish Texts Society Volume 3

Contributor(s): Anonymous (Author)

ISBN: 1234197251 EAN: 9781234197254

Binding: Paperback
Pub Date: January 15, 2013

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Features: Index
Physical Info: 0.41 cms H x 24.61 cms L x 18.90 cms W (0.15 kgs) 76 pages

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...of a pig for hearth-money or for tithes? I7. 60H, B and one MS. R.I.A. have 6uLL. The words are pronounced alike. 60LL is used often like Op5up, &c., for a hero. r7-2o. This stanza is obscure. It seems simplest to take 6oLL and peubuc as referring to the same person, and u fsolle = his (that is, my, the poet s) strength, and similarly, un bume as referring to the poet. Vho the 60 was is not clear. B has eofiunuec, as in text, for 8o$uin of the other copies, and we know that the poet often spoke of Eoghanacht O Donoghue simply as the Eoghanacht; cf. XIII. 33; hence, not improbably, reference is to Lord Kenmare, whom he had already attacked (VIIL). Moreover, from 24 infra it would seem that the poet at this time was beside some tributary of the Blackwater that may be said to flow from Truipill (a mountain east of Mangerton) to Youghal, or the Blackwater itself, as there is also a place called Truipill near the source of the Blackwater. nu Rmne = of Ross promontory (P), nu CILLe = of Killarney ( ?). My groan! often do I shed copious tears, Heavy is my woe, and a man am I under injustice, No tune comes near me, as I weep on roads, But the screaming of the pig which is wounded by dart-throwing. The hero of the Rinn, of Kill, and of the land of the Eoghanacht-Has wasted his (Le. my) strength by want and injustice! The hawk who possesses all these and their rentals--20 Does not give favour to the man, though he be his kinsman. Because of the great ruin that has overtaken the race of the proud kings, . Waters plough their way from my temples with heavy sound! High swelling do my fountains give forth streams Into the river which flows from Truipill to fair Youghal l I will cease now; death is nigh unto me...

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also known as Joseph Benner




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