Aimsíodh breis is 50 alt. Níl á liostú anseo ach an 30 ceann is fearr a fhreagraíonn do d'iarratas.
Míníonn John Devoy an stádas sin in alt atá i gcló in Chief of the Comeraghs agus é ag tagairt don dá mhíle fear gan airm ná oiliúint mhíleata a lean Ó Mathúna i gcorraíl 1848: ‘There had been no Young Ireland propaganda among them, and there was probably no Confederate Club in the whole mountain district ··· Tá eolas le fáil air in Chief of the Comeraghs: a John O’Mahony anthology..., 1957, in eagar ag James Maher ··· Ba é an Fíníneach John O’Leary a scríobh an cuntas gairid in Dictionary of National Biography ··· 3, 1973 tá aiste ag Breandán Ó Cathaoir (‘John O’Mahony: Moulder of the Irish-American Dimension’), agus in imleabhair 7 agus 8 (1978) den iris chéanna tá aistí le Mainchín Seoighe (‘The O’Mahonys of the Galtees’) agus le Diarmuid Ó Mathúna (‘The vision and sacrifice of John O Mahony’, a bhfuil eolas níos mine ann ar chúrsaí Uí Mhathúna i Meiriceá) ··· Scríobh Nessa Ní Shéaghdha alt dar teideal ‘John O’Mahony’s Irish Hand’ in Sages, saints and storytellers: Celtic Studies in honour of Professor James Carney, 1989 in eagar ag Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Liam Breathnach agus Kim McCone; tá trácht ann ar dhán le Séamus Ó Loingsigh a scríobh sé síos: baineann sé le cath faicseanaíochta in aice le Mainistir Fhear Maí tuairim 1818
O’Sullivan in The Young Irelanders, 1944 agus tá aiste dar teideal ‘John E ··· PIGOT, John Edward (1822-1871) John Edward PIGOT Fermoy 1822 1871 Cill Uird, Co ··· Scríobh Charles Gavan Duffy in Four Years of Irish History: ‘I undertook this book resolved to evade no truth, however painful; and it must be written that the bright young enthusiast, who we were accustomed to liken to Robert Emmet, and to describe as a better St ··· Sullivan [q.v.] eagar ar an gcuid eile díobh in On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish agus sa réamhrá scríobh: ‘In undertaking this task, so foreign to my ordinary pursuits, I knew that I could rely on the help of my dear friend, the late John E
BOLAND, John Pius (1870–1958) John Pius BOLAND 1870 1958 135 Sráid Chéipil, Baile Átha Cliath M Scoil na hOllscoile Caitlicí, Sráid Liosáin, Baile Átha Cliath Aireagal Edgbaston, Birmingham, Sasana Ollscoil Londan Ollscoil Bhonn, an Ghearmáin feisire parlaiminte [B9] polaiteoir Diarmuid Breathnach Máire Ní Mhurchú Fiontar, Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath i gcomhar le Cló Iar-Chonnachta agus bunúdair na mbeathaisnéisí, Diarmuid Breathnach agus Máire Ní Mhurchú Foilsiú ar líne These pages may be freely searched and displayed ··· The language had probably ceased to be generally spoken in Kildare and Dublin when he was young ··· A uncail Nioclás a bhí mar athair agus mar chomhairleoir ag John Pius i rith a óige ··· The diary of John Pius Boland, Olympic champion 1896 (Gillmeister 2007) ··· Chuaigh sé go Meiriceá uair le John Redmond chun airgead a bhailiú don pháirtí
A mac, John FitzHenry, 34 Arranmore Terrace, Baile Phib, Baile Átha Cliath, a thug eolas an bháis don chláraitheoir ··· Réitíonn a bhfuil ar eolas faoi, mar sin, lena bhfuil i dteastas pósta John FitzHenry, 21 Brighton Avenue, Gateshead, aois 26, arbh é a athair Thomas FitzHenry, ‘Fruit merchant’, agus Mary O’Malley, arbh fhear faire a hathair ··· Rugadh leanbh ar baisteadh John air ar 18 Eanáir 1863 san Fhairche do Thomas FitzHenry agus Biddy Kearney ··· Bhí sé ag múineadh na Gaeilge sa chraobh sin i 1902 agus is mar ‘John Fitzhenry of Gateshead’ a rinneadh tagairt dó san iris chéanna 15 Feabhra 1902 ··· Bhí baint aige le Feis Iorrais, é ina mholtóir sna comórtais liteartha, agus thuairiscigh sé 16 Aibreán 1904: ‘We were very much surprised at the facility with which a crowd of young fellows from around Blacksod and other country districts read any piece of Irish prose or verse which we handed to them
‘A young man’, a dúirt sé, ‘full of energy and enthusiasm, but who was cut off soon after by T.B.’ (Eoin Mac Neill: scholar and man of action 1867–1945, 1980, le Michael Tierney) ··· Nuair a fuair Donnchadh Pléimionn[B1] bás bhí an méid seo in An Claidheamh Soluis 25 Lúnasa 1900: ‘The League is yet too young to have suffered severely from death; but Fr O’Growney, and Patrick O’Leary, and James Cogan, and Denis Fleming are gone, and with them four of the noblest-minded and most enthusiastic workers any cause could boast of’ ··· Chapel’, Oldham, pósadh James Cogan, baitsiléir 23 bliana d’aois, ‘clerk in Inland Revenue Office’, ar mhac é le John Cogan (a bhí marbh), maor talún, agus Ann Jane Cunliffe, baintreach 51 bliana d’aois arbh iníon í le George Croft, feirmeoir ··· Ba é John Joseph Cogan, maor talún, a athair agus ba í Mary Maclean an mháthair ··· Fuair John Cogan, maor talún, bás 13 Meitheamh 1897 i gCúirt an Easpaig in aice leis an Nás
Siúinéir a athair John Clancy agus ba í Brigid O’Farrell a mháthair ··· É féin, Skeffington agus Kettle na cairde ba mhó ag Joyce ann agus Madden agus Davin na sloinnte atá air in Stephen hero agus Portrait of the Artist as a young man ··· Thairg John Redmond rúnaíocht náisiúnta an Pháirtí Phairlimintigh dó ag an am sin ach i 1908 ghlac sé le post múinteora Gaeilge i gcathair Luimnigh
Phós sé Sarah Colles agus ba í Abigail Young a phós sé nuair a d’éag Sarah ··· Thug John Lanigan[q.v.] freagra ar shaothar na beirte ina stair eaglasta agus san innéacs tharraing aird ar 82 earráid faoin gceannteideal ‘Archdall, blunders of, noticed’ ··· Bhí Archdall ar dhuine de bhunaitheoirí Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann D’fhoilsigh sé freisin eagrán úr de The Peerage of Ireland or, A Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of that Kingdom le John Lodge
Bhí scoil aige i mBóthar Mín cúig mhíle taobh thiar den Uaimh tamall roimh 1826 agus d’fhógair sé: ‘In teaching the young our old Mother Tongue/ At least I may venture to mention / I’m better than some who greedily thumb / The Bible-Society-Pension.’ Is cosúil go raibh cónaí air i mBaile Átha Cliath in 1824 mar tá Mr P ··· It runs thus: Peter, the son of Luke, who was the son of William the son of Luke, who was the son of John, who was the son of Donnell, the son of Donogh, who was the son of Owen More, head of the O Dalys of Kilconnell in 1656, and relative of Colonel Dermot O Daly, who fought against Cromwell at the battle of Kilconnell ··· Owing to his long curling locks he was known locally as “Wiggie” Daly.’ Phós sé Margaret, iníon le John Maxwell, 11 Samhain 1839
2010 Tá cuntas cuimsitheach go maith ar an dealbhóir seo, mar aon le liosta a shaothair, ag Theo Snoddy in Dictionary of Irish Artists 20th Century, 1996 agus tá eolas air freisin ag John Turpin in ‘Sculptor with a Gaelic vision’, New Hibernia Review Imleabhar 7, uimhir 3, Fómhar 2003 ··· Tá dealbha de Pheadar Ó Doirnín[B7] agus Séamus Dall Mac Cuarta[B7] i gContae Lú, dealbh de John Mitchel san Iúr ··· Deir Turpin: ‘Professor Daniel Corkery [Ó Corcora B5] of University College, Cork, better known as a writer, was also a watercolorist and took the young Ó Murchadha with him to sketch in the countryside
Agus ag tagairt do leabhar scéalta le Sarah Butler a foilsíodh i 1716 deir an t-údar céanna: ‘Foras Feasa itself, together with that history as mediated through the writings of Roderick O’Flaherty and Peter Walsh, were her guarantee of the worthiness of Irish civilisation in past ages.’ Sa réamhrá lena leabhar scríobh Walsh: ‘In short, when I was a young man I had read Geoffrey Keting’s [stet] manuscript History of Ireland ...: I remembered how about four or five years since, the R.H ··· Tuairimíonn an DNB gur Phrotastúnach a mháthair; dar le John T ··· Ag Gilbert freisin atá sé gurbh é a thug John Burke, easpag Thuama air: ‘sonne unto a poore and beggarley channtler in the Naase and one Goodie N, his mother, a Protestant, an English drabbe.’ Is dóigh nach gciallaíonn na maslaí sin ach go raibh fuath nimhe go forleitheadach ar Walsh
Chuir sé ‘English-Irish Phrasebook’ le chéile; tá cuntas air in Éigse X11, Cuid III, 1967-68 ag Terence McCaughey agus deir sé: ‘Clearly, the phrasebook is of the greatest value as representing the colloquial Irish of Ó Gormáin’s part of the country at a time when the local dialect was still current among a large part of the population.’ Bhí sé ag scríobh don Dochtúir John Fergus, ársaitheoir cáiliúil, i 1752, agus is dóigh go raibh sé i mBaile Átha Cliath ag an am ··· Bhí sé ag múineadh Gaeilge do Vallancey agus do Matthew Young[q.v.], Easpag Chluain Fearta ··· Fuair John Tankard, tábhairneoir ag 4 Pill Lane, seilbh ar roinnt eile agus tháinig an fuíoll i seilbh Bhriain Uí Dhoirnín, siopadóir leabhar agus foilsitheoir a d’imigh go Meiriceác.1799
CARPENTER, John (1729-1786) John CARPENTER 1729 1786 Lána na Seansaireachta, Baile Átha Cliath M ardeaspag Diarmuid Breathnach Máire Ní Mhurchú Fiontar, Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath i gcomhar le Cló Iar-Chonnachta agus bunúdair na mbeathaisnéisí, Diarmuid Breathnach agus Máire Ní Mhurchú Foilsiú ar líne These pages may be freely searched and displayed ··· Bhí sé mór le scoláirí mar an Dr John Curry (c.1710-80) agus Cathal Ó Conchubhair[q.v.] ··· Most Rev’d Doctor John Carpenter, died Oct ··· Here are buried ten of her children who died young
O’Sullivan in The Young Irelanders, 1944 atá an cuntas is iomláine ar a shaol ··· Ar 13 Feabhra 1845 scríobh Ó Donnabháin chuig John Windele [q.v.]: ‘We have opened an Irish class in the Royal Irish Academy, without the FULL consist [sic] of the Council, but I fear they will dissolve it, as the students are principally radicals and papists ··· An fáth ar minic a ainm á lua inniu gur chum sé foinn na n-amhrán ‘Who fears to speak of ’98?’ (cé go luaitear ainm John Edward Pigot [q.v.] leis freisin), ‘Paddies evermore’ (nó ‘The Felons of our Land’), ‘The Men of Tipperary’, ‘Oh for a steed’, ‘The Sword’, ‘Bide your time’ ··· Hudson’s ear in distinguishing sound, put him to the severest proofs, without a single instance of failure; this induced him to test, through young Hudson, the accuracy of a theory which he held, that every natural sound, such as the roaring of a furnace, the howling of the storm, thunder, water falling in unison, were all one and the same note—the great A of nature
John Hely Hutchinson a bhí ina phropast i gColáiste na Tríonóide, fear a thugadh cothrom do Chaitlicigh, chabhraigh seisean le Tadhg scoláireacht a fháil i 1787, cé nach raibh sé dleathach ceann a thabhairt do Chaitliceach ··· I 1916 labhair uachtarán Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann ina aitheasc bliantúil faoin gcaoi ar léigh Tadhg an t-ogham: ‘It was found by John Lloyd or Theophilus O’Flanagan about 1778 and the latter, though confessedly ignorant of old Irish epigraphy, settled the whole question to the satisfaction of himself and his hearers ··· Ina litir ó Chontae an Chláir scríobh Seán Ó Donnabháin[q.v.]: ‘Old Mr Casey of Dublin, the herbalist and Irish Serapion, frequently told me that it is a well known fact that this inscription was forged by John Lloyd, a schoolmaster in the County of Clare, who composed several political Irish songs, and published an account of the same [forged] monument; that O’Flanigan was well aware of this generally credited report but suppressed it in his paper published in the Transactions of the RIA, and that, when Mr Casey stated before the then Chief antiquaries of Dublin that it was always believed in Munster that the Ogum on the Callen Mountain was forged by John Lloyd, O’Flanagan was so hurt that he exclaimed: “May the Devil jump into that fellow’s heart!”.’ Scríobh Séamus Mac Cruitín[q.v.] an dán ‘Chum Uilliam Uí Ghráda noch a dúirt gur léigh sé féin an líne oghaim atá ar lic Chonáin i gCallann’ ··· Is ann a foilsíodh an chuid de Cambrensis Eversus le John Lynch a d’aistrigh sé, an t-ionsaí a rinne sé ar Mhacpherson, dánta le Tadgh mac Daire Mac Bruaideadha agus Colm Cille, ‘Londubh Dhoire an Chairn’, ‘Laoi Thailc mhic Treoin’, agus Oidhe Clainne Uisnigh ··· Deir Warburton (History of the City of Dublin Warburton, Whitelaw & Walsh, 1818) gurbh é a chara Matthew Young[q.v.], comhalta de Choláiste na Tríonóide lena linn, fear a bheadh ina easpag i ndeoise Chluain Fearta ar ball, a tharraing aird an Tiarna Charlemont agus lucht Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann ar Thadhg
His heart and all the rest of him are young .. ··· Ar 18 Deireadh Fómhair 1873 rugadh Patrick Daly áirithe do John Daly agus Mary Daly, dar le clár úd na mbaistí, agus b’fhéidir gurbh eisean an Pádraig s’againne ··· Ach mar bharr air sin is ar 21 Samhain a rugadh an Pádraig sin do John Daly agus Mary Daly, dar le clár na mbreitheanna ··· Oibrí feirme i mBurgery i bparóiste Dhún na Mainistreach an John Daly sin ··· John an t-ainm a bhí ar an aon deartháir amháin a bhí ag Pádraig
Luadh mac amháin, John ··· Fournier D’Albe[B3], Éamonn Ó NéillChill Mhantáin[B4], Pádraig Mac Piarais[B4], John Sinclair Boyd[B4], Máire Pelly[B5] agus scata eile ··· Mr Pearse, an enthusiastic Gaelic Leaguer (B.A., B.L.), is my companion and there is no one else except a young priest at the hotel ··· Mr Pearse is only 23, young enough if I had married very early indeed, to be my son yet Hester [iníon le George Sigerson B1], and I dare say others, didn’t think my coming with him over proper: however – I came and he at least seems to have no hesitation in accepting the situation as a matter of course, which is a blessing.’ Bhí sí geallta le Arthur Conan (1866-1903)
2010 ‘A handsome young woman with a pale haughty face and an assured carriage ··· Uncail do Norma ba ea Sir John MacDonald, Lord Kingsburgh, a bhí ina Lord Justice-Clerk ar Albain ó 1888 go 1915 ··· Um Nollaig 1898 bhí sí ag fanacht leis an mBantiarna Gregory sa Chúil: “Miss Borthwick the Irish scholar who had been giving me lessons in London is staying here and has classes every afternoon in the Gate Lodge, about eight girls and thirty to forty young men alternately, some walking as far as three miles to attend” (Seventy years) ··· Tháinig John Dillon M.P
Dar le John McTernan (Olde Sligoe: aspects of town and county over 750 years, 1955 agus Here’s to their memory, 1977) go raibh ar intinn aige dul le sagartacht ach gur chuir Éirí Amach 1798, a raibh páirt éigin aige ann, isteach ar a chuid staidéir nuair ab éigin dó a bheith ar a choimeád ··· Scríobh sé: Seanráite nó forfhocla Sholaimh a ngaoidheilge ’sa saicsbhéarla, 1814; An English-Irish Dictionary intended for the use of Schools; containing upwards of eight thousand words, with their corresponding explanation in Irish, 1814; Teagmhuiseach nó Primér ann a bhfuil ceithre mhíle focal clodhbhuailte déinstiolla do fhréimhbhriathraibh gaodhalacha le na mbrigh a saicsbhéarla; maille le roinn dfhoirsgéaluibh Easoip a ngaoidheilge..., 1815; Reidh-Leighion air Ghnothuibh Cearba, 1935 (aistriúchán ar Easy Lessons in Money Matters: Easy lessons on money matters, commerce, trade, wages, etc, etc, for the use of young people, of all classes, 1835 leis an Ardeaspag Richard Whately) ··· Tá aiste dar teideal ‘Unruly scenes at Graveside’ ag John McTernan in Olde Sligoe, 1995
Tá beathaisnéis ghairid ag John F ··· Deir John F ··· Cé go ndeirtear go raibh Eoghan Ó Gramhnaigh [B4] mar mhúinteoir Gaeilge aige i Maigh Nuad is é a deir John F ··· Long before the train started the platform and the road leading from the town were crammed with young and old anxious to get his blessing before he left, and several knelt on the ground to receive it, and as the train started from the station cheer after cheer was raised for the good soggarth who was severing his connection with them
Ar Bhóthar Mount Massey tá liostaithe ann Sgt Rielly, an Chonstáblacht Ríoga, a bhean, agus John, Julia, Annie agus Maggie ··· Sa teach freisin bhí: Julia (46), deirfiúr, cúntóir siopa; John (37) ··· Shorten [B4] and J[ohn] O’Leary all of whom were money prize winners at the Feis held in Macroom at the end of last March but who refused to accept the same and tendered them to the local committee to provide an evening’s entertainment for the young people at some future date.’ Áine a bhí i gceannas ar Choiste na mBan agus a bhí ag stiúradh na gcailíní scoile ag canadh na gcurfánna Gaeilge ag an gcóisir sin
Casadh ar an bhfile John Keegan (1809-49) ansin é in 1833 agus dúirt seisean gur i scoil Veislíoch a bhí sé ag obair (James Coleman in Irish Book Lover, Bealtaine 1924) ··· Sa bhliain sin freisin a d’fhoilsigh sé Reliques of Irish Jacobite Poetry, with biographical sketches of the authors, interlinear literal translations and historical illustrative notes, by John Daly; together with metrical versions by Edward Walsh [q.v.] agus tá tagairt sna litreacha don leabhar sin a bheith idir lámha aige in 1843 ··· Bhí sé ina rúnaí oinigh agus ina fhoilsitheoir ag an gCumann Oisíneach ó 1855, chuir eagar ar imleabhair IV agus VI d’imeachtaí an chumainn (Laoithe Fiannuigheachta; or, Fenian Poems, 1859 1961) agus i measc na leabhar a d’fhoilsigh sé tá: ‘Cúirt an Mheán Oíche’ faoin teideal Mediae Noctis Concilium ..., 1850 (an dara heagrán in 1879); The tribes of Ireland: a satire by Aenghus O’Daly ..., 1852 (John O’Donovan); Adventures of Donncha Ruadh Mac Conmara, 1853 le S ··· Tá i gcló ag Colm Ó Lochlainn[q.v.] (Irish Book Lover, Meán Fómhair 1939) cárta poist a chuir sé chuig an staraí John T ··· At all events I am in a bad way this evening having been prepared for eternity by Father O Hanlon during the evening, ever yours truly, John O Daly.’ D’éag sé ar 23 Bealtaine 1878
Meastar gur fhoghlaim sé Béarla, Laidín agus beagán Gréigise sa scoil a bhí ag Alasdar de Linse nó ag Séamus de Línse i nGaillimh agus gur lena linn sin, b’fhéidir, a chuir sé aithne ar John Lynch[q.v.] ··· Mar éacht eagarthóireachta, scoláireachta agus foilsitheoireachta cuirtear é ar aonléibhéal tábhachta le Annála Ríoghachta Éireann, 1848-51 in eagar ag John O’Donovan [Seán Ó Donnabháin [q.v.]) ··· B’fhéidir go raibh iomrá an Dubhaltaigh cloiste ag Ware i 1640 nuair a bhí sé ag fiosrú faoi uaimh thalún i dTír Fhiachrach nó b’fhéidir go bhfaca sé a ainm in Cambrensis Eversus (1662) John Lynch ··· While sitting and resting himself in a little room off the shop, a gentleman of the Crofton family came in, and began to take some liberties with a young woman who had care of the shop
By the rejection of the study of Irish literature as literature, the young generation is losing its vital interest in these matters’ (i gcló i léirmheas John Hennig in The Irish Book Lover, Aibreán 1950)
John McDonagh, deartháir le Thomas McDonagh, laoch 1916, a bhí i gceannas ar dhrámaíocht an stáisiúin agus ba é a thug ar Thomás glacadh le ‘Mac Anna’ mar shloinne in áit ‘Mac Cana.’ Ghnóthaigh sé post mar oifigeach custaim agus is i gcalafort Dhún Laoghaire a thosaigh sé ag obair, rud a chuir ar a chumas amharclanna Bhaile Átha Cliath a thaithí ··· Deir an fear amharclainne Hugh Hunt (1911–1993) in The Abbey, Ireland’s national theatre 1904-1978 (1979): However, lest it be thought that Blythe was incapable of recognising and using artistic talent when he found it, his report to the Board on the work of a young Gaelic-speaking director Tomás Mac Anna, indicates that he was a shrewd judge of artistic ability, even if he sometimes abused it ··· In agallamh ar Radio Éireann (athchraoladh cuid bheag de ar chlár John Bowman ar 19 Meitheamh 2011) dúirt sé gur cailleadh san fhoirgneamh atógtha an dlúthchaidreamh sin a bhí ag na haisteoirí leis an lucht féachana sa tsean-Mhainistir
Synge cuntas ar an tamall a chaith sé i dteach an Rí i 1903 agus ar mháthair Mháire: ‘His eldest daughter, a young married woman of about twenty, who manages the house, shook hands with me also and then, without asking if we were hungry, began making us tea in a metal teapot and frying rashers of bacon ··· Phós sí Labhrás John Larry Ó Cíobháin agus rugadh beirt iníonacha dóibh
Bhí Ella Young[B4] ina rúnaí ar an gcoiste sin; Art a mhaisigh scéal Ella, ‘The Adventures of Gobbaun Saor and his son’, in The Dublin Magazine, Meán Fómhair 1923 ar aghaidh ··· Agus taispeántais á oscailt ag an Aire John O’Donoghue (An Roinn Ealaíon, Spóirt agus Turasóireachta) i Músaem na hÉireann 20 Eanáir 2003 luaigh sé Leabhar na hAiséirighe in aon anáil leis na samplaí is aitheanta de sheanseoda na hÉireann
Bhí spéis mhór aige sa drámaíocht agus d’éirigh leis a bheith ina bhall de thrúpa aisteoirí Ted Young ··· While continuing to identify himself as a socialist republican, in time he came to admire John Hume
O’Rorke in The history of Sligo: town and county, 1889, ag John McTernan in Here’s to their memory, 1977 agus ag Donal O’Sullivan in Carolan: the life times and music of an Irish harper, 1958 ··· ‘The Young Squire, or the Counsellor outwitted’
Thug an Craoibhín cuairt ar Fhaing ar 5 Lúnasa 1891 (Dominic Daly, The young Douglas Hyde: the dawn of the Irish revolution and renaissance, 1874-1893, 1974) agus i 1925 ba chuimhin leis go raibh Gaeilge le cloisteáil sna tithe timpeall an bhaile ··· Dar le Oliver St John Gogarty gur thug Diarmuid Trinseach [faoi TRINSEACH, Sadhbh B3] grá leatromach di
Ba é an t-aon duine amháin clainne é ag John Comyn agus Kate Hassett ··· Ba é a thug ar pháipéir ar nós The Irishman, The Shamrock, Young Ireland, The Teachers’ Journal colúin nó cúinní a thabhairt don teanga
“Nick got ‘Irishism’,” deir John Chartres Moloney in The Riddle of the Irish (1927) ··· His brilliant abilities marked him out for a distinguished career and Irish Ireland has great cause to mourn the early death of such a promising young man among its ranks”
Bhí sé ina chomhfhreagraí talmhaíochta ag an Weekly Freeman agus scríobhadh sé véarsaí in The Nation, Young Ireland, The Shamrock, Household Miscellany, Omnibus agus The Skibbereen Eagle faoin ainm cleite ‘Erionnach’ ··· Deirtear ann go raibh sé ag múineadh i Lováin, gur 6 Sráid Carlisle, An Cuarbhóthar Theas, Baile Átha Cliath, a sheoladh nuair a cailleadh é, gurbh iad John agus Bridget Mulrenin a thuismitheóirí
I measc na leabhar eile a scríobh sé tá The Black North (1938), Gentle Ireland (1930) agus A first book of Irish literature (1934); The ship that sailed too soon and other stories, 1919; Holy Romans: a young Irishman’s story, 1920; The druid’s cave, 1920; Songs and satires, 1920; What Sinn Féin stands for, 1921; From a Gaelic outpost, 1921; The story of Colmcille, c.1929; The flying cromlech, 1930; The lady of the cromlech, [1930]; Roddy the Rover and his Aunt Louisa, 1933; Old wine: verses from the Irish, Spanish and Latin done chiefly in Irish metres, [1934]; The life story of Wolfe Tone set in a picture of his time, 1935; For God and Spain: the truth about the Spanish War, 1936; Saint Patrick, Apostle of Ireland, 1941; The saints of Ireland ··· John of God (1495-1550) [?1950]
Ryan in The Pope’s green island, 1912: ‘A young Protestant, Mr Earnest Lane [sic] Joynt, one of our most interesting Irish writers, first made his mark before he reached the age of 20 by an Irish study of Dr Geoffrey Keating, the Irish historian and Catholic apologist of Shakespeare’s time’ ··· D’fhoilsigh Comhlucht Thom aistriúchán a rinne sé ar The Pilgrim’s Progress (Turas an Oilithrigh) le John Bunyan i 1929 ··· Frances Young ab ainm don dara bean agus rugadh aon iníon amháin dóibh
Ba é John Young, ardsirriam agus leasleifteanant Chontae Aontroma, a hathair ··· Aontachtóirí ba ea muintir Young ··· Young, Galgorm Castle’ i dtaobh Ghaeilge Oileán Reachlainn
Jane Agnes Emily Young a ceartainmneacha ··· Ba iníon í le William Young, Leas-Leifteanant Chontae na Banríona agus giúistís, agus a bhean Margaret Emily Kirk as Durham ··· Bhí aon deartháir amháin aici, John (1861–1945), a bhí ina Leas-Leifteanant sa chontae i ndiaidh a athar ··· Thóg an tlarla Roden é timpeall 1765 agus dhealródh gurbh é seanathair Úna an chéad duine de mhuintir Young a lonnaigh ann ··· De réir Burke’s Landed Gentry (1904) b’as Port Chluain Eoghain i gContae Aontroma ó cheart do mhuintir Young an tSráidbhaile
Bunaíodh Scoil an Léinn Ghaelaigh in 1903 agus an bhliain dár gcionn chuaigh Ó Rathile agus Bergin isteach i ranganna Sean-Ghaeilge John Strachan ··· Ina iarratas dúirt sé: “I should make it my aim to train up a band of young scholars who would recover for Munster that literary heritage of which she has reason to be proud”
In Oxford tháinig sé faoi anáil Sir John Rhys (1883–1915), scoláire Ceiltise ··· Ba iad Dubhghlas de hÍde agus Joseph Maunsell Hone a sheas le Cluad agus ag seasamh le Móirín bhí Neilí Ní Bhriain[B1], Eibhlín Ní Ógáin (Ella Young), agus Mairéad agus Sadhbh Trinseach[q.v.]
Yeats, Seoirse agus Dora Sigerson [B1], an Fínín John O’Leary, agus ag an Athair Matthew Russell, eagarthóir Irish Monthly, air ··· That scene seemed a picture of the ideal of Irish culture with her generous father and his daughters keeping open house for the young enthusiasts of the National Literary Society
Ó Cléirigh, mac léinn Pokorny, chuig Joachim Fisher agus John Dillon, eagarthóirí The correspondence of Myles Dillon 1922-1925: Irish-German relations and Celtic Studies, 1999) ··· ‘Pokorny’s bracketed appellation of “Póigín” we may fairly construe as relating to his fondness for the company of young ladies and coaxing their osculatory blandishments’, arsa Seán Ó Lúing[q.v.] ag tagairt do liosta dá raibh i láthair in 1910 (Kuno Meyer 1858–1919: a biography, 1991)
‘Though the weather was the wildest experienced in Connemara for years, the people, young and old, simply thronged to hear an Dochtúir, many coming distances of five and six miles ··· B’amhlaidh a d’fhág uncail leo a ghnó mórdhíola John Fahy Co
na Mí, a rugadh é 24 Meán Fómhair 1863, dar le John Brady in A short history of the parishes of the Diocese of Meath 1867–1940 No ··· Luaitear fáthanna éagsúla leis an spéis seo: go bhfaca sé an teanga i gcló in Young Ireland; go bhfaca sé sean-Bhíobla Gaeilge sa chliarscoil in 1877—ach deir Mairéad Ní Chonmhidhe in Irisleabhar Mhaigh Nuad 1963 gurb é a bhí ann cóip d’eagrán 1822 de theagasc críostaí Uí Dhuinnshléibhe; gur bhuail sé lá le Johnny Gantly, cainteoir cumasach Gaeilge a bhí ina thraenálaí capall
Dúirt sé gur ‘Gobnait Phaidí’ a thugtaí ar Abby nó Abigail agus gurbh é Sylvester an duine ba shine sa chlann acu agus go raibh ann freisin: Mary, John, Jim, agus George ··· It was taken up by a genial Catholic Gael, Tadhg Ó Donnchadha[B1] and a young Protestant student of TCD, Mr O’Sullivan, and between them they turned it into Irish’, a deir W.P.Ryan in The Pope’s green island, 1912
Daly a leabhar The Young Douglas Hyde: the dawn of the Irish revolution and renaissance 1874–1893, 1974 ··· Comharthaí ar an mórmheas a bhí air gur thairg John Redmond suíochán parlaiminte dó i 1904, gur bronnadh saoirse Bhaile Átha Cliath air dhá bhliain ina dhiaidh sin agus saoirse Luimnigh i 1909, agus gur cheannaigh a chairde sa Chonradh an teach Ráth Treá le bronnadh air i 1907
Is é an t-eolas céanna beagnach a chuir sé chuig Muiris Ó Droighneáin[B2] dá Taighde i gcomhair stair litridheachta na Nua-Ghaedhilge ó 1882 anuas, 1936 agus a d’fhoilsigh sé in Enter a goldfish: memoirs of an Irish actor, young and old, 1977 ··· I 1924 bhí páirt aige i scannán a rinne John Hurley, Land of her fathers
Is léir ar na litreacha gurbh Albert ba ainm dó agus tá a dheartháir, an Dr John O’Connell Delahoyde, luaite iontu ··· Many of the young folks, too, were ashamed of their Irish, and pretended ignorance of it
Seo é an cuntas atá ansiúd ar an teaghlach: James (54), feirmeoir; Michael (28), mac feirmeora; Mary Josephine (24); Gertrude (18); James (16), mac léinn; John (13); Walter (11) ··· Accompanied by Mrs Kenny—“Queen of Irish Fiddlers”—this talented young man’s playing proved how well the Union pipes and fiddle play in unison
A Word to young priests’ in Catholic Bulletin, Eanáir 1914: ‘I feel proud that, notwithstanding all the handicaps, I can read with ease and appreciate with pleasure the language of my country, that I can converse, after a fashion, in my native tongue; and this, I think, helps to improve me ··· In Inniu 7 Aibreán 1967 in alt dar teideal ‘Sagairt a bhí mí-dhílis i 1915’ tugtar ceann de na nótaí eolais a bhí ag na húdaráis ina thaobh: ‘Used strong pro-German and anti-recruiting language from the pulpit of his church and advised the people to get rid of John Redmond’
Tuairiscíodh in The Nation 26 Meán Fómhair 1896 gur toghadh John, Joseph agus William Shortall ina mbaill den Ard-Chraobh den Chonradh ··· In 1903 bhuaigh sé an bonn óir sa chomórtas ‘Céim an Oide’ agus dúradh i bpáipéar an Chonartha ar 15 Lúnasa 1903: ‘His great knowledge of Irish equals that of young native speakers, his knowledge of literature is both wide and accurate’
Deir Hardiman gur phátrún aige ba ea Cathal Ó Conchubhair[q.v.] agus gur chaith sé tamall leis i mBéal Átha na gCarr; ‘he appears to me a conceited and ignorant young man’, a dúirt an seanscoláire faoi (i gcló ag Ó Broin) ··· Clare’): ‘O’Curry is unkind, indeed exceedingly harsh, in his appraisal of all the parties involved in this affair.’ In Irish Monthly, Eanáir 1886 tá cuimhní Mrs Morgan John O’Connell ar an seanchaí seo a thug amhráin do George Petrie[q.v.]; bhí sé ag obair do dheartháir Pheadair agus bhí aithne aige ar Pheadar féin