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Phort Láirge, agus Catherine Barron, arbh iníon í le Philip Hay, Co ··· Ba é an duine ba shine é den seachtar leanaí a bhí ag Richard Barron, Darú, Co ··· B’fhéidir gurbh é an foilseachán deiridh sin a spreag Henry Monck Mason[q.v.] le scríobh in Christian Examiner, Meán Fómhair 1837: ‘The Romanists have not been quite so dull as not to know the force of the Irish tongue, or so sluggish as not to have employed it, they have therefore printed books, prayers, and even tracts in that language; but they have either fallen into the mistake of using the Roman letter (for instance in Think-well-on-it, and their prayer books); or have printed expensive books (as Thomas a-Kempis;) and none among them but Mr Barron has known how to wield the weapon properly ··· Ach an fear is mó a rinne staidéar ar a bheatha, Maitiú de Buitléir, chreid sé rud a scríobh an Cistéirseach Stephen Barron i 1913, gurbh i Londain a d’éag sé ··· In Comhar, Deireadh Fómhair, 1997 (‘Ar thóir Philib Bharúin’) tugann Pádraig Ó Cléirigh cuntas ar an gcuardach a rinne seisean siar go 1835 sa chlárlann i dTeach N Catherine, Londain
Phós sé Catherine Blackley i mBaile Átha Cliath ··· In 1835 bhí litir uaidh i gcló ag Philip Barron[q.v.] ag fáiltiú roimh Ancient Ireland: ‘Your publication must be successful—It is admirably calculated to bring about, effectually and expeditiously, the revival of the Irish literature and language, a consummation devoutly to be wished’ (i gcló ag Blaney)