Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 2
Déanann Ó Cuív deimhin de, nach mór, gurb é leagan 1746 an bunaistriúchán agus deir sé: ‘A further possibility is that all three versions were made by Dr Carpenter who was keenly interested in the Irish language and who did not die until 1786.’ Dúradh in Reportium Novum 1, 1955: ‘His Irish scholarship and his interest in tradition tempts one to seek for him a background more native, more rural, than that “respectable merchant tailor of Dublin” who according to both D’Alton and Donnelly was his father ··· And it is beyond doubt that he was himself a finished Irish scholar.’ Rialaigh sé i 1777 nár cheart d’aon Chaitliceach a bheith ina oifigeach in Arm na Breataine ó bhí ráite i bParlaimint na hÉireann go gairid roimhe sin ‘that everyone who voluntarily assumed military uniform by that proclaimed himself a Protestant’ (Reportorium Novum 2, 1956)
In Reportorium Novum, 1955 bhí alt aige ar an Ardeaspag John Carpenter[B6]