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Tugtar 1814 mar bhliain a bhreithe i gcuntas gairid ar a shaol in Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 1942-3. Le Dónall Ó Conaill a bhí sé ag tacú ar dtús ··· Deir Joep Leerssen in Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael: Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality, its Development and Literary Expression Prior to the Nineteenth Century (1986): ‘The dissociation of language from politics was made a matter of course by Richard D’Alton, who in his magazine An Fíor-Éirionach wrote, “My object being the restoration of the Irish language, therefore I wish to avoid all those political topics on which Irishmen differ so much”.’ Tá cuntas ar an Richard D’Alton Memorial Fund in Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, 1942-3
Bhí sé ina bhall den choiste a bhunaigh Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann in 1785, agus an chéad alt dár foilsíodh i roinn na seandálaíochta de Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy ba é a scríobh é; bhain sé le cloch oghaim Shliabh Challáin i gContae an Chláir ··· 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’. Chinn an tAcadamh gurbh é a chóipeálfadh na seandlíthe ach ní raibh toradh ar bith ar an gcinneadh agus síltear gurbh é an tromólachán ba chúis leis