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"The englyn. The origin of the Welsh englyn and kindred metres", by Sir John Rhys Y Cymmrodor, vol. 18 (London: The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1905), pp1- External linkwww.archive.org
'Echtra Nerai (The Adventures of Nera)', ed. Kuno Meyer Revue celtique 10 (1889), 212-228. CDI linkCDI link
'The Edinburgh Dindshenchas', ed. W. Stokes (in Folklore 4 (1893) 471-97) [PDF is of complete volume of Folklore] External linkwww.archive.org
Ériu, Vol. 1 (1904) External linkwww.archive.org
Études d'archéologie celtique notes de voyages dans les pays celtiques et scandinaves, by Henry Martin (Paris: Didier et Co., 1871) External linkwww.archive.org
Études grammaticales sur les langues celtiques; Pt. 1. Introduction phonétique et dérivation Bretonnes, by Henri d'Arbois de Jubainville (Paris: F. Vieweg, 1881) External linkwww.archive.org
An ecclesiastical history of Ireland, from the first introduction of Christianity among the Irish ..., Vol. 1, by John Lanigan (Dublin: D. Graisberry, 1822) External linkbooks.google.ie
An ecclesiastical history of Ireland, from the first introduction of Christianity among the Irish ..., Vol. 4 (2nd edition), by John Lanigan (Dublin: J. Cumming, 1829) External linkbooks.google.ie
An English-Irish dictionary: intended for the use of students of the Irish language ..., by Daniel Foley (Dublin: W. Curry and company, 1855) External linkwww.archive.org
Eachtra Thaidhg mhic Céin go Tír Freisean, le Pádraig Ó Siochfhradha agus Seosamh Laoide (Baile Átha Cliath: Connradh na Gaedhilge, 1914) External linkwww.archive.org
Early Christian architecture in Ireland, by Margaret Stokes (London: G. Bell and Son, 1878) External linkwww.archive.org
Early Christian art in Ireland, Part I, by Margaret Stokes (London: Published for the Committee of Council on Education, [1887?]) External linkwww.archive.org
English as we speak it in Ireland, by Patrick W. Joyce (London: Longmans, Green, 1910) External linkwww.archive.org
English commissioners and Irish records [microform] : a letter ... in reference to the publication of The calendar of the patent and close rolls of Ireland, by an Irish Archivist [Sir John T. Gilbert] (London: J. Rusell Smith etc., 1865) External linkwww.archive.org
Esquisse d'une histoire des études celtiques, by Victor Tourneur (Liège: Impr. H. Vaillant-Carmanne, 1905) External linkwww.archive.org
Essai d'un catalogue de la littérature épique de l'Irlande: précédé d'une étude sur les manuscrits en langue irlandaise, by H. d'Arbois de Jubainville (Paris: Ernest Thorin, 1883) External linkwww.archive.org
Essays and studies presented to William Ridgeway on his sixtieth birthday, 6 August 1913, edited by E.C. Quiggin (Cambridge: University Press, 1914) External linkwww.archive.org
Extents of Irish Monastic possessions 1540-1, edited by Newport B. White (Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1943). External linkwww.irishmanuscripts.ie
The eastern origin of the Celtic nations proved by a comparison of their dialects with the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, and Teutonic languages: ..., by James C. Prichard (London: Houlston and Wright and B. Quaritch, 1857) External linkwww.archive.org
The ecclesiastical architecture of Ireland, anterior to the Anglo-Norman invasion; comprising an essay on the origin and uses of the round towers of Ireland, which obtained the gold medal and prize of the Royal Irish Academy, by George Petrie (Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1845) External linkwww.archive.org
The Elucidarium and other tracts in Welsh from Llyvyr agkyr Llandewivrevi A.D. 1346, ed. J. Morris Jones and John Rhys (Anecdota Oxoniensia) (Jesus college MS 119) (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1894) External linkwww.archive.org
Early Gaelic Book Collections at the National Library of Scotland External linkdigital.nls.uk/early-gaelic-book-collections/

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