Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 13
Bhí na scéalta seo leis i gcló: ‘Fód’ (Dublin Magazine, Bealtaine 1924); ‘An Fiadhach’ (Fáinne an Lae 27 Meitheamh 1925); ‘Bás na Bó’ (Fáinne an Lae 18 Iúil 1925); ‘Daoine bochta’ (Fáinne an Lae 29 Lúnasa 1925); ‘An tAonach’ (Fáinne an Lae 5 Meán Fómhair 1925) ··· Ba eisean thar aon duine eile a chomhshnaidhm ábhar agus stíl an ghearrscéil ar shlí éifeachtúil ealaíonta.’ Bhí an dán ‘Smaointe i gcéin’ i gcló aige in Dublin Magazine, Nollaig 1924
Bhíodh ábhar aige in Guth na nGael, An Claidheamh Soluis, Irish Book Lover, Dublin Magazine, Sunday Independent ... ··· D’fhoilsigh sé in Dublin Magazine sraith fhada de leabharliostaí de shaothar laochra na Poblachta: an Piarsach, Séamus Ó Conghaile, Ruairí Mac Easmuinn .... Leabharbhách agus leabhareolaí ba ea é agus is aige a bhí an leabharlann phríobháideach ba mhó sa tír
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
He had a genius for friendship and for friendship of many diverse kinds and with many diverse minds and he indulged it to the full” (Dublin Magazine Vol XVIII No
Ó hÉigeartaigh in Dublin Magazine, Oct-Dec 1953: ‘Mrs Hutton, dead at 91, is hardly a name to the new Ireland
In Dublin Magazine, Nollaig 1924, scríobh Seamus O’Sullivan: ‘It is now agreed on all hands that last year’s achievement of the Aisteoirí, Gearóid Ó Lochlainn’s brilliant troupe of Gaelic actors, represents a remarkable event in the history of Irish drama’
Ó hÉigeartaigh in Dublin Magazine, Eanáir-Meitheamh 1939, agus ag Dunleavy in Douglas Hyde: a maker of modern Ireland
Ó hÉigeartaigh ina thaobh: ‘It would be as difficult to imagine the United Irishman without Griffith and Rooney as without him’ (Dublin Magazine, Eanáir-Márta 1937). Sa réamhrá a chuir sí le The making of Ireland and its undoing, 1200–1600, 1908 deir Alice Stopford Green: ‘There are few workers, as will be seen, in this period of Irish history
Scríobh a chara Pádraig Sáirséal Ó hÉigeartaighin memoriam in Dublin Magazine, Eanáir-Márta 1950
Ó hÉigeartaigh faoinar scríobh sí ina dhiaidh sin: ‘Thenceforward she wrote Irish historical novels of considerable merit and fidelity to the times, novels which are plainly romances but are amongst the best written of Irish novels of their type’ (The Dublin Magazine, Jan-Mar
Ó hÉigeartaigh go ndearna sé dochar mór dá pháipéar nuair a lean sé lena fheachtas ‘Collar the King’ chun Caitlicigh a ghríosú le dílseacht don Rí a fhógairt: ‘He allowed his irritation at sunburstry to lead him into a depreciation of fundamental nationalist instincts and when he settled down to a weekly attack on tinpikery and the Green Hungarian Band...much of his support and much of the breath of life left the paper’ (Dublin Magazine, April–June 1936). Tá cur síos ag Seán O’Casey in Drums under the Windows, 1945 ar an gcaoi ar caitheadh amach as mórshiúl an Chonartha é uair: ‘Here he comes, here’s the boyo, the greatest champion Ireland’s language has, who hardly knows a word of it himself...the one who said tinpike men and hillmen should be clapped in jail to keep them out of mischief; who says that the influence of England’s majesty shouldn’t be left to protestant sourfaces, and that the catholics must collar the King...
Scríobh Colm cuntas ar an eachtra in Dublin Magazine, July/Sep 1949 (‘A Night in Kerry’ Written in 1920 when the boyish adventure was still a vivid memory, this narrative is printed unaltered against the maturer judgement of the writer)
Ó hÉigeartaigh [q.v.] in Dublin Magazine, July-September 1936