Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 9
‘The accused man is a nephew of the Protestant bishop of Limerick,’ a deirtear sa tuairisc
Their three chief exhibition dancers were Seamus O’Keeffe from Kanturk, Kathleen O’Brien from Limerick and Liam O’Looney from Clare’
Prior to his return to Limerick where one of his daughters, also a chemist, carried on a business, the late Mr Deakin was for many years in business in Capel St, Dublin
Dúradh san Examiner: ‘During the 20 years of his ministry in Limerick he was early and late fostering or encouraging every attempt, successful or otherwise, to spread the knowledge of the people’s native tongue and by persuasion or agreement that along the path he had marked out lay one great road to the goal of Ireland’s nationhood’
‘Our greatest authority on Limerick placenames’, a thug Mainchín Seoighe air agus dúirt freisin gur scríobh sé mórchuid alt faoin ainm pinn ‘Mac Casnaidh’
Mr Halpin of Limerick, the prizewinner, gave an exhibition of his powers in jig-dancing
this Limerick merchant who left his wares in Spain for the priesthood and long suffering in prison may perhaps be regarded as the father of the Irish colleges abroad.’ Bhí spéis aige i mbeathaí na naomh, i stair na hÉireann agus sa Ghaeilge
The passion spread to Limerick, to Tipperary, and at last over all Catholic Ireland, Quakers’ meeting-houses were sacked and burnt
Grattan Flood: ‘I have seen it stated that O’Connor died in 1732, but Mr Lenihan [staraí Luimnigh] was of opinion that he died in 1729.’ In Ceol agus rince na hÉireann, 1989 deir Breandán Breathnach gurbh eisean an ‘Mr Dermod O’Connar, of Limerick’ a roghnaigh sciar na hÉireann de na foinn, 28 díobh, in Aria di Camera, [1727] a foilsíodh i Londain agus arb é atá ann ‘A Choice Collection of Scotch, Irish and Welsh Airs for the Violin and German Flute’