Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 12
The work seeks to mediate between the Gaelic and English traditions, drawing on the Gaelic as a source of nourishment for a sense of Irish identity.’ Thug Ó Cléirigh cúnamh d’Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[q.v.] chun cuntas a scríobh ar Thoirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin ina A Chronological Account of Nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers with a descriptive Catalogue of their Works, 1820
Tá cur síos comhaimseartha air in A Chronological Account of Nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers with a descriptive Catalogue of their Works, 1820 le hÉadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[q.v.]. File ó Chontae an Chláir nó, b’fhéidir, ó Uíbh Fhailí a shin-seanathair, Liam Ó Briain, táilliúir
San eagrán a chuir Walter Harris (1686–1761) amach de shaothar Sir James Ware[q.v.] a luadh é ar dtús, b’fhéidir, ní foláir nó is ann a fuair Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] an tagairt atá aige faoin mbliain 1661: ‘In this year Richard Mac Giolla-Cuddy, or Archdekin, an Irish Jesuit, printed at Louvain an essay on Miracles, in English and Irish’ (A Chronological Account of nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers, 1820)
The Contention of the Bards...., 1918–20 in eagar ag Láimhbhearlach Mac Cionnaith[B2]; ag Norman Moore[B2] in Dictionary of National Biography; ag Cuthbert McGrath [Cuthbert Mhág Craithq.v.] in Éigse IV, Cuid I, 1943 (‘Materials for a history of Clann Bhruaideadha’); in The contention of the bards (Iomarbhágh na bhFileadh) and its place in Irish political and literary history, 1994 (Cumann na Scribheann nGaedhilge), mar a gcaitheann Joep Leerssen amhras ar chuid dá ndeirtear ina thaobh; é i gcomhthéacs an aosa léinn agus litríocht pholaitiúil na Gaeilge ag Breandán Ó Buachalla[q.v.] in Aisling Ghéar ..., 1996; in The Parish of Kilkeedy ..., 1998 le Frank Brew (‘The McBrody Family’); in ‘The Origins of Clann Bhruaideadha’ in Éigse 31, 1999, le Diarmuid Ó Murchadha[q.v.]; agus in The contention of the poets: an essay in Irish intellectual history, 2000, le John Minahane. Tagraíonn scoláirí de ghnáth, agus McGrath go háirithe, do na tuairiscí sa 17ú haois: Propugnaculum Catholicae Veritatis ..., 1669 le Antonius Bruodinus [Antoine Mac Bruaideadha q.v.], garnia le Tadhg, sa Bhoihéim; do chuntas Theophilus O’Flanagan[B6] in Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Dublin, 1808, an té ba thúisce a luaigh 1570 mar bhliain a bhreithe; agus do chuntas Éadbhard Ui Raghallaigh[B6] in A chronological account of nearly four hundred Irish writers, 1820
‘A witty schoolmaster of Stradone in the County of Cavan, and a tolerably good poet’ an cur síos atá ag Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] air faoin mbliain 1712 in A Chronological Account of nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers; chomh maith leis na dánta a bhfuil a dteidil luaite thuas liostaíonn sé trí cinn eile a bhí an uair sin i seilbh Phóil Uí Bhriain [B6]
Leslie in Biographical succession lists of Kilmore (NLI MS 2685), ag Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] in A Chronological account of nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers..., 1820 agus ag Donal O’Sullivan[B3] in Carolan: The Life and Times of an Irish Harper, 1958
Leagadh an dán seo ar Eoghan Rua Mac An Bhaird[q.v.] toisc botúin a rinne Éadhbhard Ó Raghallaigh [B6] in A Chronological Account of nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers, 1820
Thug Clarke cabhair d’Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] chun cuntas ar Thoirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin[q.v.] a scríobh agus síleann Ní Rathaille gurbh é Ó Raghallaigh ba thúisce, b’fhéidir, a rinne an cur síos botúnach ar an bhfile mar ‘Roman Catholic Bishop of Ardfert or Kerry’ in A Chronological Account of Nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers..., 1820; taispeánann sí nach raibh aon easpag i gCiarraí ó 1653 go 1702; toisc tagairte do Jamaica (‘Transplant, transport go Jamaica’) agus gan aon tagairt d’athchur an rí is dóigh léi gur idir 1655 agus 1659 a cumadh an dán
Ba dhóigh le hÉadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] (A Chronological Account of Nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers, 1820) freisin gur den treibh sin Aonghus na nAor agus gurbh é an tAonghus ó Bhaile Oiriúin é a d’éag 16 Nollaig 1617 agus a luaitear i bhfiosrú i gCorcaigh 18 Meán Fómhair 1624
In A chronological account of nearly four hundred Irish writers (1820) liostaíonn Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] 42 dán dá dhéantús
Ba dhóigh le hÉadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] (A Chronological Account of nearly four hundred Irish Writers..., 1820) gur anuas ó Chontae an Chabháin, d’fhonn dul le sagartacht i gCill Airne, a tháinig a athair agus gur bhean de mhuintir Mhic Aogáin, ollúna oidhreachtúla na gCárthach, a mháthair agus gurbh in an fáth ar tugadh Aogán air
Gan amhras déanann Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh[B6] cur síos air in Chronological account of Nearly Four Hundred Irish Writers, 1820 agus tá cuntas air ag Pól Breathnach[B2] in Irish Ecclesiastical Record, Meitheamh 1940 (‘The Book of Fenagh’). In Achaidh na Croise, Co