Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 4
Deirtear go raibh coimhlint idir é agus Peadar Ó Doirnín (d’éag 1769) agus gurbh é Peadar a scríobh an aoir mhacarónach ‘Suirí Mhuiris Uí Ghormáin’ (i gcló in Louth Archaeological Society Journal Iml ··· He is perfect Master of the Difficulties attending the Reading and Explaining the ancient Irish Manuscripts in Vellum.’ Nuair a ceapadh an Bíocunta Townsend ina Thiarna Leifteanant ar Éirinn in 1767 scríobh Muiris dán fáiltithe (i gcló ag Énrí Ó Muirgheasa [B1] in Louth Archaeological Society Journal Iml ··· Deir Lorcán Ó Muireadhaigh[B4] in Louth Archaeological Society Journal (1915) gur léigh sé go bhfuair Ó Gormáin post in Copenhagen uair
Tá dán a chum sé do Thoirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin[q.v.] i gcló in Louth Archaeological Society Journal Vol 2, No
Tá an nóta seo faoin dán i gcló aige: ‘Being the composition of a Protestant minister, viz., Mr Patrick Dungin, bred in the College of Dublin, who in the tyrannical time of Governement was banished out of his native soil, the County Downe, to the Isle of Man by three Presbyterian ministers, viz., Hamilton, Loe and Brown and being somewhat settled in Man among his other amusements he sung the above consoling Irish dán or poetical verses.’ Deir Énrí Ó Muirgheasa in Louth Archaeological Society Journal, 11, Uimhir 3, 1910: ‘I suspect that Dungin in his early youth was a Catholic’ (‘An Irish Poem from Co
Sholáthraíodh sé ailt ní hamháin do na hirisí léannta Gaeilge agus creidimh (Éigse, Collectanea Hibernica, Irish Ecclesiastical Record, Catholic Survey, Assisi ...) agus do na hirisí staire lógánta (Breifne, Clogher Record, Donegal Annual, Kerry Archaeological Society Journal, Journal of the South Derry Historical Society, Louth Archaeological Society Journal ...) ach do Feasta, An Sagart, Irish Independent ...