Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 5
Dar le Thomas Wall (At the Sign of Dr Hays’ Head) gurbh é The Rituale, 1776 a chéad leabhar; níor chuir sé a ainm féin le gach leabhar a scríobh sé
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 Tá cuntas ar an leabharbhách seo, a bhí ina easpag ar Chorcaigh, in: Freeman’s Journal 3 Aibreán 1847; Irish Book Lover, Meán Fómhair 1910 ag James Coleman; ag James Buckley san iris chéanna, Meitheamh 1912; cuntas gan ainm leis san iris chéanna, Lúnasa 1915; ag Eoin O’Mahony in The Bell (‘Four Cork Bishops’), Márta 1941; ag Thomas Wall in The sign of Dr Hay’s head..., 1958; in Scríobhaithe Chorcaí 1700-1850, 1982 le Breandán Ó Conchuir
Tá cuntas air in Dictionary of National Biography agus ag Alfred Webb in A Compendium of Irish biography: comprising sketches of distinguished Irishmen, and of eminent persons connected with Ireland by office or by their writings, 1878; tugann Thomas Wall eolas faoi in The Sign of Dr. Hay’s Head, 1958
It must have been a compilation of one of the almanac makers, skilled in epacts, golden numbers, dominical letters, phases of the moon, etc., and its extraordinary predictions about the year twenty five, when right would overcome might, and the bottomless pit would be locked etc., credited implicitly by simple folk, enraged government officials and embarrassed the Irish bishops who were at pains, especially the great Doctor Doyle, to discredit and denounce it (The Sign of Dr. Hay’s Head, 1958)
Ceapadh é ina leabharlannaí sa Choimisiún Béaloideasa i 1949 agus d’fhan sa phost i 1971, nuair a rinne Roinn Bhéaloideas Éireann den eagraíocht, go dtí gur shroich sé aois a 70. Gheofar tuairim den eolas fairsing a bhí aige ar chúrsaí leabhar agus foilsitheoireachta agus ar stair Bhaile Átha Cliath in At the Sign of Dr Hay’s Head. Being some account of the hazards and fortunes of Catholic printers and publishers in Dublin from the later penal times to the present day, 1958