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Tá an bheathaisnéis a scríobh a chliamhain Michael Tierney, Eoin MacNeill, scholar and man of action 1867–1945 (1980) bunaithe, cuid mhaith, ar a chuid páipéar agus ar a chuimhní cinn féin ··· One was the agreement to the Gaelic League’s entry into politics in 1915; the other was his agreement to the proposal that there should be no minority report on the boundary’ (Eoin MacNeill: scholar and man of action). Ó 1928 go bhfuair sé bás 15 Deireadh Fómhair 1945 bhí sé ina chathaoirleach ar Choimisiún na Lámhscríbhinní
Its possession added much prestige to the new centre for Celtic Studies...’ (Eoin MacNeill: scholar and man of action, 1980). Bhí ag teip ar shláinte Zimmer le tamall agus shíl sé féin go raibh galar doleigheasta air
Sin é an leagan den scéal atá in Eoin MacNeill: scholar and man of action, 1980 le Michael Tierney. In Irish Times 9 Márta 1964 scríobh Colm: ‘After 1916 I was rather disillusioned by discovering a certain amount of deceit and duplicity in those who engineered the rising and although helpful in elections and in various subversive activities I did not give my whole enthusiasm to the cause
Tá an cur síos seo ag Michael Tierney ar an gceapachán in Eoin Mac Néill, scholar and man of action, 1867-1945, 1980: ‘A difficulty arose about the chairs of early Irish history and archaeology
Tá aigne Eoin Mhic Néill[B4] faoin scéal le feiceáil i gcuntas ar an ngéarchéim luath seo sa Chonradh in Eoin MacNeill: scholar and man of action, 1867-1945 ..
Thabharfá leat as Eoin Mac Neill: scholar and man of action (1980) le Michael Tierney go raibh sé sa chathair i mblianta tosaigh Chonradh na Gaeilge
Tierney, Eoin MacNeill: scholar and man of action, 1867-1945, 1980 1.26) gurbh imircigh i Lancashire a mhuintir agus gurbh ansin agus uathusan a d’fhoghlaim sé Gaeilge
‘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)
Tá cur síos maith ar thaobh an Chonartha den scéal in Eoin Mac Neill: scholar and man of action, 1867–1945 (1980) le Michael Tierney
Na cuntais a thugadh an Ruiséalach féin ar an gcaoi ar bunaíodh Conradh na Gaeilge tá siad go léir botúnach (feic dréacht de litir a scríobh Eoin Mac Néill chuige ar 10 Samhain 1898 in Eoin Mac Néill: scholar and man of action, 1980 le Michael Tierney)
Seo é an cur síos atá ag Eoin Mac Néill ar an áit (i gcló in Eoin Mac Néill, scholar and man of action, 1867–1945, 1980 le Michael Tierney) agus é ag trácht ar chruinniú tionscnaimh Chonradh na Gaeilge: ‘Another printer who was present at this first meeting was Patrick O’Brien, a native Irish speaker who worked as a compositor in The Irish Times and had his own printing press at the back of a little shop in Cuffe St
Is féidir a chur mar bhonn faoi sin rud atá i gcuimhní Eoin Mhic Néill, (i gcló in Eoin Mac Neill: scholar and man of action 1867–1945, 1980 le Michael Tierney): ‘He attended a meeting, somewhere in Connaught, I am not now certain where, but I think it was in the neighbourhood of Ballaghaderreen, and he made a speech there of which of course only the most combative parts got into the newspapers