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‘A striking likeness but badly executed’ an cur síos in Freeman’s Journal 6 Iúil 1831 ar a phortráid de Maurice O’Connell ··· As the Celtic language is the venerable parent from which all languages have eminated [sic] I propose next preparing similar editions for the linguists of these nations and the only change that would be requisite in the order of such a publication would be to simply give a French, a German or an Italian version of the English Osianic metre and the work would be as much theirs as ours in as much as the Céalte, or universal language, is their primitive tongue also tho’ it has been for ages lost to them.’ I litir inar iarr sé teastas ar Mhac Ádhaimh deir sé: ‘Revd Dr McKay has just been speaking to me to open an Irish class at the Drogheda school, as many of the young gentlemen are most desirous to learn the Language ... ··· You were pleased to say that my translation of “The Vital Spark” breathed more of the vernacular Irish than the translations of Rev Dr McCale [sic] and that for native pathos my translations of the poets were similar in style to the most exquisite of our Bardic remains or something to this effect ...
Bhain a mhac an Dr Maurice O’Connell an gradam ba airde amach in Ord na Máisiúnach in Éirinn ··· na Gaillimhe, a rugadh ‘Conall Cearnach’ (Frederick William O’Connell) ar 22 Deireadh Fómhair 1876 ··· Ba é an Canónach William Morgan O’Connell a athair agus ba í Catherine Donnelly a mháthair ··· O’Connell) as the first lecturer made it impossible for Protestant opinion to take alarm on sectarian grounds” ··· Déanann Maurice Gorham an tagairt seo dó in 40 years of Irish broadcasting: “Clandillon had got his long-promised Assistant Director and an exceptionally good one”