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Ba iad Thomas Furlong[q.v.], John D’Alton[q.v.], Edward Lawson, Henry Grattan Curran agus William Hamilton Drummond[q.v.] a sholáthair na haistriúcháin ··· To which is added, a topographical index, with an introductory preface , and a brief memoir of the translator, Translated from the original by Theophilus O’Flanagan, 1822 agus A Chorographical Description of West or H-Iar Connaught, written in A.D
I answer, a dull, monotonous detail of domestic convulsions, a weak government, and a barbarous people.’ In Transactions of the Gaelic Society scríobh Theophilus O’Flanagan[q.v.]: ‘The inadvertancies here noticed could not certainly be observed (from his utter ignorance of the Irish language) by the undoubted reviler of Irish literature; the Anti-Antiquary of Ireland, the Reverend Edward Leland ...’
I 1786 bhí sé ag clárú lámhscríbhinní Edward Lhuyd (c.1660-1709) i leabharlann an choláiste ··· In 1916 labhair uachtarán Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann ina aitheasc bliantúil faoin gcaoi ar léigh Tadhg an t-ogham: ‘It was found by John Lloyd or Theophilus O’Flanagan about 1778 and the latter, though confessedly ignorant of old Irish epigraphy, settled the whole question to the satisfaction of himself and his hearers ··· Ina litir ó Chontae an Chláir scríobh Seán Ó Donnabháin[q.v.]: ‘Old Mr Casey of Dublin, the herbalist and Irish Serapion, frequently told me that it is a well known fact that this inscription was forged by John Lloyd, a schoolmaster in the County of Clare, who composed several political Irish songs, and published an account of the same [forged] monument; that O’Flanigan was well aware of this generally credited report but suppressed it in his paper published in the Transactions of the RIA, and that, when Mr Casey stated before the then Chief antiquaries of Dublin that it was always believed in Munster that the Ogum on the Callen Mountain was forged by John Lloyd, O’Flanagan was so hurt that he exclaimed: “May the Devil jump into that fellow’s heart!”.’ Scríobh Séamus Mac Cruitín[q.v.] an dán ‘Chum Uilliam Uí Ghráda noch a dúirt gur léigh sé féin an líne oghaim atá ar lic Chonáin i gCallann’ ··· Deir Joep Leerssen in Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael (1986): ‘The best example here is Theophilus O’Flanagan, who, though firmly rooted in late eighteenth-century patriotic attitudes, at the same time initiated the institutionalised form of antiquarian/cultural endeavour that stretched through the entire nineteenth century to culminate in Douglas Hyde’s Gaelic League.’ In A History of Verse Translation from the Irish 1789-1897, 1988 molann Robert Welch an t-aon aistriúchán fileata a rinne sé, ‘Mór atá ar thegasc flatha’, dán le Tadhg Mac Bruaideadha in Transactions of the Gaelic Society
Is iad na cuntais is deireanaí: aiste Dhiarmada Uí Chatháin in Cork History and Society: interdisciplinary Essays on the History of an Irish County (1993) in eagar ag Patrick O’Flanagan agus Cornelius G ··· Faoi 1762 bhí tugtha chun críche aige foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, saothar a bhí go mór i dtuilleamaí fhoclóir Edward Lhuyd [q.v.] ach a bhfuil ann téarmaí breise a fuarthas i lámhscríbhinní
Cainteoirí dúchais Gaeilge ba ea a thuismitheoirí, Edward Flanagan, a bhain leis an gcraobh de chlann Fhlannagáin a dtugtar ‘Edmund’ orthu, agus Mary Crowley ··· In Scéala Éireann 7 Lúnasa 1942 scríobh M.J.McManus i dtaobh cruinniú fothoghchánaíochta i Ros Comáin i 1917: ‘The meeting—the first of its kind—left unforgettable impressions and among them is the picture of Father O’Flanagan, the principal speaker, stalwart and handsome, winning the hearts of an audience who seemed to be unconscious of the snow flakes that were falling ··· Deir an beathaisnéisí Denis Carroll: ‘The careful reader will notice that themes of Fr O’Flanagan’s political thought emerge in these histories’ ··· Scríobh sé: Irish phonetics, 1904; The strength of Sinn Féin, 1934; Father O' Flanagan’s suppressed speech, 1918; Co-operation, [1921–2] (paimfléad) ··· Tá a chuid aistí liostaithe ag Denis Carroll in They have fooled you again: Micheál Ó Flannagáin, Michael O’Flanagan (1876–1942): priest, republican, social critic, 1993