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Tá cuntas ar a bheatha in Letters of Charles O’Conor of Belanagare: a Catholic Voice in Eighteeth-Century Ireland, 1980 in eagar ag Robert E ··· Tá eolas ar a shinsir agus ar a óige ag Charles O’Conor S.J ··· in Studies, Márta 1934 (‘Charles O’Conor of Belanagare: an Irish Scholar’s Education’) ··· Scríobh a gharmhac, Charles O’Conor (1764-1828), a bheathaisnéis i 1796, Memoir of the Life and Writings of the late Charles O’Conor, of Belanagare, Esq., M.R.I.A.; níor foilsíodh an dara himleabhar ··· ‘The Contribution of Charles O’Conor of Belanagare to Gaelic scholarship in 18th century Ireland’ is teideal d’aiste Catherine A
Sa teach Floraville i nDomhnach Broc, Baile Átha Cliath, ar 9 Márta 1836 a rugadh Charles Wright, gramadóir, teangeolaí agus aighneasóir creidimh ··· Sa bhaile a fuair Charles oideachas sula ndeachaigh sé isteach i gColáiste na Tríonóide in 1852 ··· Ba eisean agus Charles Neil a chuir A Protestant dictionary in eagar agus ba é a scríobh cuid mhaith de na hiontrálacha ··· Fuair Charles bás in Wandesworth Common 22 Márta 1909
Tá cuntais ar a bheatha san iris Hermathena: ag Cosslett Quin i mBealtaine 1939 (‘A Manuscript written in 1709 by Charles Lynegar for John Hall, Vice-Provost of Trinity College, Dublin’); ag M.H ··· Risk i 1966 (‘Charles Lynegar, Professor of the Irish language 1712’); agus ag Máirtín Ó Murchú (‘Irish Language Studies in Trinity College Dublin’) i 1992 ··· Um Shamhain 1711 foilsíodh an teastas seo: ‘We the Provost and Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin, do certifie, that Mr Charles Lyniger hath, for the space of Three Years last past, with our Consent and Approbation, taught many of the Students in said College the Irish Language, who have made considerable progress therein ··· George i gcló ag David Greene[B3] in Éigse, earrach 1946 (‘A Dedication and Poem by Charles Lynegar’) ina ndearbhaíonn sé go glansoiléir gurbh é féin a rinne an t-aistriúchán ··· ‘San “Account of Secret Service Money” don bhliain 1719 luaitear “Charles Linegar” i measc na ndaoine ar tugadh íocaíocht dóibh.’ Ar 16 Feabhra 1715 scríobh an tArdeaspag King ina thaobh chuig William Connolly, Spéicéir na Parlaiminte: ‘He is very poor; and I hope the committee, before which his petition lies, will have some compassion on him
Tá tagairt ag Séamus Ó Casaide[B2] in Irish Book Lover, Meitheamh-Iúil 1916, do leabhar gan teideal i gcatalóg leabharlann Scott ach a bhfuil scríofa uirthi Tales translated from the Irish by Charles Wilson; tugann Ó Casaide cur síos ar a bhfuil ann agus is é a shílfeá gur chóip easnamhach de leabhar 1782 í ··· a youth of promising genius who afterwards repaired to the great theatre of Irish talent and Irish disappointment, London; where in essaying “To climb the steep where Fame’s proud temple shines afar” he sunk, like most of his countrymen, unnoticed and unknown.’ Tá aiste ag Micheál Mac Craith dar teideal ‘Charles Wilson (c ··· Scríobh sé: Compleat Collection of the Resolutions of the Volunteers, 1782; The wandering islander or the history of Mr Charles North, 1798; Myrtle and the vine, 1802, bailiúchán bailéad; The Polyanthea, 1804; Irish valet, 1811, dráma grinn
Is mar seo a chuireann Nevin tús lena cuntas: ‘General Charles Vallancey was, in many ways, larger than life and although not an Irishman, he bestrode the world of Irish antiquarians for almost half a century.’ Tá cuntas gairid aici ar Vallancey in Dictionary of National Biography ··· Love cuntas in Hermathena, Iúil 1961 (‘Edmund Burke, Charles Vallancey and the Sebright Manuscripts’) ar an usáid a bhain sé as na lámhscríbhinní a bhronn Sir John Sebright ar Choláiste na Tríonóide agus tuairimíonn gurbh é faoi deara iad a theacht chun na hollscoile: ‘The Collectanea and his other fanciful works have been forgotten and are utterly useless to modern scholars ··· Foilsíodh Charles Vallancey 1725-1812; Ginearál, Innealtóir agus ‘Scoláire Gaeilge’, 2009 le Mícheál Ó Bréartúin
Óráidí an-cháiliúil ba ea a sheanathair Charles Kendal Bushe (1767–1843) ó Chill Mhuire, Co
Deir ‘SÓC’: ‘More than any other person Charles Dunn is responsible, through his learning, example and congenial personality, for the burgeoning of Celtic Studies as an academic discipline throughout North America, while former students also occupy prominent academic positions in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.’ Tá a shaothar liostaithe ag Rolf Baumgarten in Bibliography of Irish Linguistics and Literature 1942-71, 1986
Is mar seo a shuimigh Charles Lysaght raon a bheatha: ‘Thus ended his long, varied and productive life: farmer, nurseryman, poet, novelist, journalist, historian and genealogist, one of the most pleasant and fairminded men one could ever hope to meet, a hard worker, a sincere friend, a true idealist and above all, as I think he would most like to be remembered, a pure-souled Irish patriot.’ B’fhéidir a chur leis sin gur pholaiteoir, gur dhuine de mhuintir na hathbheochana, agus gur chomharchumannach é ··· Léacht a thug Charles Lysaght is ea Edward MacLysaght 1887-1986, 1988; i gcló ann mar aguisín tá leabharliosta le Etienne Rynne (i gcló freisin in North Munster Antiquarian Journal XVII, 1975 (‘Féilsgríbheann Éamonn Mhic Giolla Iasachta’) ··· Deir Charles Lysaght gurbh i ndiaidh Edward Lysaght[B6] a tugadh Edward air ··· B’fhéidir gur bhain míshonas lena óige; deir Charles Lysaght: ‘Often have I wondered whether the loss of an eye as an infant or his parents’ long absences abroad may have created some unhappiness which blighted his early years and caused him to want to erase them from his memory’ ··· He acted as a watchdog for the Irish language and usually spoke in Irish—at the first meeting he had refused to take the oath until it was translated into Irish’ (Charles Lysaght)
Tá cuntas air in Dictionary of National Biography agus tá aiste dar teideal ‘Edmund Burke, Charles Vallancey and the Sebright manuscripts’ le Walter D ··· Ní raibh Cathal Ó Conchubhair[B6] in ann brí a bhaint go hiomlán as an nGaeilge iontu, ach gan amhras bhí Charles Vallancey[B6] teann as a chumas féin sa teanga agus bhain leas astu in Essay on the antiquity of the Irish language, 1772 agus arís sa tsraith Collectanea de rebus hibernicis
I nDaonáireamh 1911 bhí Charles McSweeney (79), feirmeoir, ina chónaí lena bhean Sarah (73) ar an Luinnigh i nGaoth Dobhair ··· Cuireadh síos i 1901 go raibh Charles Sweeney (sic) 70 agus gur seasca a bhí a bhean ··· Rinneadh an dara cuardach i Leitir Ceanainn agus fuarthas go bhfuair Charles Sweeney bás sa Luinnigh 12 Meitheamh 1916
Stáiseanóir ba ea a hathair Charles san am sin ach faoi 1901 is siopa nuachtán ag 35 Sráid Sackville Uach., a bhí aige, agus is ann a bhí cónaí ar an gclann ··· Chill Dara, do Charles
Chill Mhantáin, bhí teach darb ainm ‘St Valerie’ aige agus thagadh a chairde ar cuairt chuige ann, Silbhester Ó hAllmhuráin [q.v.], Cathal Ó Conchubhair [q.v.], agus Charles Vallancey [q.v.] ina measc ··· Tá cuntas ar an bhfichille in Éirinn aige in Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis le Charles Vallancey
Tá cur síos air in The apostle of Kerry or the wonders of the Irish General Mission, being the life and labours of the Reverend Charles Graham together with those of the celebrated Gideon Ouseley,1869 le William Graham Campbell ··· Chuir comhdháil na Modhach in Éirinn na ceantair Ghaeltachta i gCúige Uladh faoi chúram Gideon agus Charles Graham
Tuairim 1726 a cuireadh ceol Thoirdhealbhaigh Uí Chearbhalláin[q.v.] i gcló agus in Carolan: The Life Times and Music of an Irish Harper, 1958 tá cuntas ag Donal O’Sullivan[B3] ar an amhrán Gaeílge a bheith i gcló ag Charles Vallancey[B6] agus Charles Henry Wilson[B6] i 1782 (d’aistrigh seisean go Béarla é freisin), agus ag Thady Connellan[B6] in 1825, agus ar na teagmhálacha a bhí, más fíor, ag Mac Gabhráin agus ag Cearbhallán le Swift
Bhí sé ina ollamh le stair agus le litríocht na hÉireann in Ollscoil Harvard, Massachusetts, agus tuairimítear gurbh eisean thar aon duine eile a chuir tús i gceart le léann na hÉireann a bheith ina ábhar staidéir in ollscoileanna Mheiriceá (ach feic DUNN, Charles thuas) ··· Tá cuntais air ag Charles Fanning in Selected Writings of John V
In Macariae Excidium ..., 1850, cuntas comhaimseartha ar chogaí 1641–91 le Charles O’Kelly, tá an nóta seo: ‘Bonaventure Conney [Brian Mac Giolla Coinnigh q.v.] from St Isodore’s directed the Irish chief officers to keep a journal of the war.’ Is cosúil gurbh é an t-ordú sin, maille le foláireamh Fhéilim Uí Néill agus cead a uachtaráin féin, faoi deara don Meallánach tosú ar an gcín lae ··· Foilsíodh ‘Cinn Lae Uí Mhealláin: Friar O Mellan Journal’ in eagar ag Charles Dillon in Dúiche Néill 10, 1995-96
D’aistrigh sé For the Old Land le Charles Kickham (Ar son na hÉireann, 1939)
Thug sí aire do Charles Kickham ar feadh tamaill
D’éirigh leis taifead a aimsiú i dtaobh duine darb ainm Charles Johnson a fuair bás den eitinn ar 3 Meán Fómhair 1844 in aois 40 dó ag 26 Plás Buckingham i bhfocheantar All Souls, Middlesex ··· Bhí nóta den 10 Meán Fómhair 1844 ar imeall an taifid ag an gcláraitheoir: ‘Charles Johnson is an assumed name and is here altered to the right name of Philip F
Is mar seo a bhí an teaghlach i nDaonáireamh 1901: Margaret (50), baintreach; Daniel (24), mac feirmeora; Peter (21 [sic]), mac feirmeora; Charles (19); Hugh P ··· Chuaigh Charles agus Francis le sagartacht
Chuaigh Art ar scoil go dtí Coláiste St Charles i Londain
I gcomhpháirt le Pádraig Ó Concheanainn d’aistrigh sí ó Bhéarla an Chaptaen Charles McGuinness an leabhar eachtraíochta Viva Irlanda le cur i gcló sa pháipéar agus thug an Gúm amach mar leabhar é, Ceathrar comrádaí, 1943 ··· Duine de na mic léinn a bhí ag foghlaim uaithi ba ea Douglas Sealy agus gheofar tuairim dá háilleacht, dá pearsantacht, dá hábaltacht mar mhúinteoir, agus dá cumas mar amhránaí in aiste a scríobh sé in Scéala Éireann in Eanáir 1977 (i gcló i leabhar Éamoin Uí Chiosáin, chomh maith le pictiúr dubh is bán den phortráid a rinne Charles Lamb)
Faoi 1891 is i Springfield a bhí sé ag cur faoi agus post aige sa chathair sin leis an Charles F ··· D’éirigh sé as an bpost sa Charles F
Ceann díobh gur ionsaigh sé duine áirithe in Cambrensis Eversus agus gur mhair mac an duine sin go fóill; ba dhóigh le Matthew Kelly gurbh é Sir Charles Coote, uachtarán Chonnacht, a bhí i gceist ··· Tháinig seisean i gcomharbacht ar a athair Sir Charles i 1661: bhí tugtha ag Lynch faoin athair ‘with unwonted vigor’
Deir Wall agus é ag tagairt don Athair Nioclás Ó Síthigh a cuireadh chun báis i 1766: ‘And the Catholic apologists of the time, Dr John Curry and Charles O’Conor [Cathal Ó Conchubhair q.v.] ··· Charles O’Conor, complaining of the silence of the English Catholic gentry in 1766, claimed that he and his friend, Dr John Curry, were the only two who had “dared to break silence amidst a million of distressed mutes, and mutes for seventy years past”.’ Tugann Ó Conchubhair cuntas ar an eachtra a dhírigh aigne Uí Chorra ar stair na gCaitliceach
Ina theach ag 2 Plás Montpelier a bhí cónaí ar Charles Kickham ó 1879 gur éag sé agus bhí sé orthu sin a d’iompair cónra John O’Leary i 1907 ··· Deirtear gurbh í dáiríre a scríobh With the Dublin Brigade 1917-1921, 1929 le Charles Dalton
Toghadh ina bhall de Choiste na nÁrsaitheoirí, Cumann Bhaíle Átha Cliath, é i 1773, coiste a bhunaigh Charles Vallancey[B6]
D’éirigh sé as an rialtas Bealtaine 1970 nuair a briseadh Charles Haughey agus Neil Blaney as a bpoist agus d’éirigh sé as Fianna Fáil an mhí dár gcionn
Aontroma, a rugadh Cosslett William Charles Quin 27 Feabhra 1907 ··· Ba é Charles Edward Quin, reachtaire Dhoire Achaidh, a athair agus ba í Edith Isobel Wadell a mháthair
Ní thabharfadh an Cairdinéal Pól Ó Cuilinn cead an corp a bheith ag luí faoi ómós san leas-ardeaglais i mBaile Átha Cliath agus is ar choinníoll nach dtabharfaí óráid cois na huaighe a lig údaráis Ghlas Naíon é a adhlacadh ansiúd 26 Feabhra, i gcaoi gur taobh amuigh de gheataí na reilige ab éigean do Charles Kickham labhairt ··· Deir James Maher (Romantic Slievenamon..., 1954): ‘The “onlie begetter” of Knocknagow was the author’s kinsman, Colonel John O’Mahony, who suggested to Charles that he should write something for an American magazine called The Emerald ...’
Cailleadh é idir Márta 1843 agus Iúil 1844: scríobh sé litir chuig Charles Gavan Duffy am éigin roimh 2 Márta 1843 agus ar 26 Iúil 1844 thagair Ó Cearnaigh do ‘my ever to be lamented friend’
(8), Alexander (6), Charles Anthony (4) ··· Fuair Charles bás in aois fiche dó
Leabhair i mBéarla leis is ea: The Unfortunate Mr Robert Emmet, 1958; Dublin Castle and the 1916 Rising: the story of Sir Matthew Nathan, 1966; Charles Gavan Duffy, patriot and statesman: the story of Charles Gavan Duffy (1816-1903),1967; The Chief Secretary: Augustine Birrell in Ireland, 1969; Fenian Fever: an Anglo-American dilemma, 1971; The Prime Informer: a suppressed scandal, 1971; Revolutionary Underground: the Story of the Irish Republican Brotherhood 1858-1924, 1976; Michael Collins, 1980; No Man’s Man: a biographical memoir of Joseph Brennan, 1982; In Haste: the Letters of Michael Collins and Kitty Kiernan, 1983; Protestant Nationalists in Revolutionary Ireland: the Stopford connection, 1985
informed by deep suspicion that Charles O’Conor, the Elder, and others were attempting to enhance the cultural appreciation of Gaelic Ireland as part of a campaign against the Penal Laws.’ D’aistrigh sé go Baile Átha Cliath agus d’fhoilsigh A statistical account of the parish of Aghaboe, 1796
I gcomhar le hiardhalta dá chuid, Clark Harrison Slover, chuir sé ar fáil Ancient Irish tales, 1937 (atheagraithe ag Charles Dunne 1969)
James Charles Stewart Parnell na hainmneacha a baisteadh air agus James Stewart Parnell atá ar a theastas breithe
Mac le Charles Brennan, múinteoir náisiúnta, agus Bríd Clifford é agus saolaíodh é i gCathair Saidhbhín ar 12 Eanáir 1875
Bhí sé mór le cuid de na pearsana ab iomráití i saol Mheiriceá—leithéidí Longfellow, Theodore Roosevelt agus Charles A
Charles Rolleston Spunner, Q.C
Bheadh Eoin agus a dheartháir Charles ina mbaill den meitheal a chabhródh ar ball leis an Ógánach chun a mhórshaothar Onomasticon Goedelicum ..
Charles Kerr, feirmeoir, agus Catherine, ar de mhuintir Mhic Giolla Cheara freisin í, a thuismitheoirí
Deirtear freisin go raibh sé cairdiúil le Charles Kickham agus gurbh i ngeall ar bhá a bheith aige leis na Fíníní a d’fhéach an Cairdinéal Moran chuige go gcaithfeadh sé an Astráil a fhágáil
Ba dheartháir dó Charles (1789-1866) a scríobh Scandinavian Kingdom of Ireland, 1881 agus a chuir le chéile an cnuasach mór paimfléad atá anois ar cheann de sheoda Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann
Mitchell in The Royal Irish Academy: a bicentennial history 1785-1985, 1985 ‘Betham[q.v.] and John D’Alton (who was producing his own local histories) were in bitter opposition.’ Foilsíodh a chuid aistí ar an seandálaíocht in Dublin Penny Journal; Charles Lever a rinne na léaráidí
Charles Gayer agus eagla a anama air ar feadh an ama dul amach sa sráid