GEMMS: Gateway to Early Modern Manuscript Sermons
TitleSermons of George Studdart
ShelfmarkTCD MS 10743
Creation Date1683 - 1728
Contents NoteThe contents of this volume appear to be sermon drafts, written by the preacher, George Studdart. The sermons are preached almost exclusively in County Limerick, chiefly at Rathkeale, Kilpeacon, Awney, and Hospital. The drafts are lengthy, full treatments of their texts that contain many strikethroughs, additions, and deletions. The volume also contains prayers and notes on other Bible texts.
Material FeaturesUnfoliated and unpaginated. 193mm x 129mm. Calf leather boards. Decorated with a gilt stamp on the spine. Most of the versos are empty except for additions to the main text.
Associated Peoplemanuscript owner - Maunsell (née Studdert), Aliciamanuscript owner - Studdart (Studdert), Georgemanuscript owner - Studdert, Richard
ProvenanceOn the flyleaf at the beginning of the volume, an inscription dated January 1895 by ____ Maunsell attributes the sermons to Rev. George "Studdert". Material on the back flyleaf mentions Richard Studdert and Alicia Maunsell, who is perhaps also the Maunsell mentioned on the front flyleaf.
AcquisitionPurchased by TCD at a Mealy auction on 21 November 1994.
Source of DataJeanne Shami; TCD M&ARL Online Catalogue
Other NoteThe manuscript uses Old Style dates.
Sermon Reports Contained
GEMMS record createdFebruary 06, 2019
GEMMS record last editedFebruary 14, 2019