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Silke ábhairín cúramach in A New History of Ireland III, 1976 in eagar ag Moody, Martin agus Byrne (‘The Irish Abroad 1534–1691’): ‘Richard Archdekin of Kilkenny wrote a treatise on miracles (1667), “said to be the first book printed in English and Irish conjointly”.’ Is dóigh gur fíor gurbh é an chéad leabhar dá leithéid é
Silke in A New History of Ireland III, 1976 in eagar ag Moody, Martin agus Byrne (‘The Irish Abroad 1534–1691’): ‘..
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 In A new history of Ireland III (1976) in eagar ag Moody, Martin agus Byrne, deir Benignus Millet (‘Irish literature in Latin, 1550–1700’): ‘Mac Caghwell [Mac Aingil] was the first really bright star shining in the Irish theological sky for more than a hundred years, since the death of Maurice O’Fihely in 1513.’ Tá a bheathaisnéis scríofa ag Anraí Mac Giolla Chomhaill, Bráithrin bocht ó Dhún: Aodh Mac Aingil (1985) agus thug Cainneach Ó Maonaigh[B2] cuntas air ina eagrán de Scáthán shacramuinte na haithridhe (1952) arb é an chéad imleabhar é sa tsraith Scríbhinní Gaeilge na mBráthar Mionúr
Tá tagairtí dá ról mar staraí agus mar scríbhneoir ag Benignus Millett in A new history of Ireland III, 1976 in eagar ag Moody, Martin agus Byrne (‘Irish Literature in Latin, 1550–1700’). I gCill Chainnigh, mar a raibh a athair agus a mhuintirsean roimhe ina gceannaithe rathúla, a rugadh é
it immediately attracted the attention and aroused the interest of European scholars, and gained for the learned author an international reputation.’ Deir Gilbert: ‘His work was the first in which Irish history was placed in a scholar-like way before readers in England and it found its way into many good English libraries of the period.’ Seo é an suimiú a dhéanann Breandán Ó Buachalla in Aisling Ghéar..., 1996: ‘Is í breith atá déanta ag staraí de chuid na linne seo ar shaothar an Fhlaitheartaigh gurb é atá ann “the most learned exposition of Gaelic loyalty to the Stuart dynasty and to the concept of the Kingdom of Ireland...” [New History of Ireland III, 1976 in eagar ag Moody]
Deir Brian Ó Cuív in A new history of Ireland Vol.III: early modern Ireland (1534–1691), 1976 gurb é an foilseachán Froinsiasach is mó é de chinn na tréimhse 1611–21 a gcuirfidh an staraí spéis ann
Aistí nótáilte leis is ea ‘The Irish language in the Early Modern period’ in A New History of Ireland, Vol. 3 (1978); ‘The Gaelic cultural movements and the new nationalism’ in The making of 1916 (1969) in eagar ag Kevin Nowlan; ‘MacNeill and the Irish language’ in The scholar revolutionary: Eoin MacNeill ..