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" The Celtic Tongue ! the Celtic Tongue ! why should its voice be still, When all its magic tones with old and golden glories thrill — When, like an aged bard, it sings departed warriors' might — When it was heard in kingly halls where throng'd the... "
An Chéad Leabhar Gaedhilge: First Irish Book, for Beginners in the Study of ... - Page 8
by Charles Henry Stanley Davis - 1912 - 133 pages
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Easy Lessons, Or, Self-instruction in Irish :

Ulick Joseph Bourke - Irish language - 1860 - 390 pages
...rung, And pour ye forth from Celtic lips the rushing CELTIC TONGUB. II. The Celtic Tongue ! the Celtic Tongue ! why should its voice be still, When all its...thrill — When, like an aged bard, it sings departed warriors' might — When it was heard in kingly halls where throng'd the brave and bright — When...
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Easy Lessons ; Or, Self-instruction in Irish

Ulick Joseph Bourke - Irish language - 1867 - 390 pages
...rung, And pour ye forth from Celtic lips the rushing CELTIC TONGCE. II. The Celtic Tongue ! the Celtic Tongue ! why should its voice be still, When all its...old and golden glories thrill — When, like an aged hard, it sings departed warriors' might — When it was heard in kingly halls where throng'd the brave...
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Easy Lessons Or Self-instruction in Irish

Ulick Joseph Bourke - Irish language - 1885 - 390 pages
...long its hollow sounds have rung, And pour ye forth from Keltic lips the rushing KELTIC TONGUE. II. The Keltic Tongue ! the Keltic Tongue ! why should...thrill — When, like an aged bard, it sings departed warriors' might — When it was heard in kingly halls where throng'd the brave and bright — When...
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Insula Sanctorum Et Doctorum: Or, Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars

John Healy - Ireland - 1890 - 638 pages
...CHAPTER XXIV. GAEDHLIC SCHOOLS AND SCHOLARS OF ANCIENT ERIN. " The Graedblie tongue ! the Gaedhlie tongue ! why should its voice be still, When all its...thrill — When, like an aged bard, it sings departed warriors' might — When it was heard in kingly halls, where thronged the brave and bright ; When oft...
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Ireland Under English Rule: Or, A Plea for the Plaintiff, Volume 1

Thomas Addis Emmet - Great Britain - 1903
...is flown, If midst the nations on the earth we stand in shame alone. " The Celtic Tongue! The Celtic Tongue! Why should its voice be still. When all its...tales of hapless love drew tears from beauty's eye? " Grand tongue of heroes! How its tones upon the gale uprose, When great Cuchullin's Red Branch Knights...
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