Dánta amhráin is caointe Sheathrúin Céitinn: dochtúir diadhachta (1570-1650 A.D.)

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Connradh na Gaedhilge, 1900 - 224 pages
 

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Page 5 - I fear if his worke come ever to light, it will need an amendment of ill-warranted narrations. He could help you to many curiosities, of which you can make better use than himself. I have no interest in ye man, for I never saw him, for he dwelleth in Mounster.
Page 6 - Eugenii Duhy, vicarii de Tybrad et Domini Doctoris Galfridii Keating huius sacelli fundatorum necnon et pro omnibus aliis tarn sacerdotibus quam Laicis quorum corpora in eodem iacent Sacello, Anno Domini 1644.
Page 12 - Deibhidhe, unless the MSS. of these poems are in many cases corrupt, as I fear they are, especially the MSS. of No. XV.
Page 5 - I fear if his worke ever come to light, it will need an amendment of illwarranted narrations. He could help you to many curiosities, of which you can make better use than himself. I have no interest in the man, for I never saw him, for he dwelleth in Mounster " (Wadding Letters, Merchant's Quay, Dublin).
Page 4 - The result was that orders were immediately issued for horse and foot to go in quest of our preacher, as obnoxious to the laws provided against seminary priests...

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