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He has come all the way from Tyrone to Dublin to listen, to learn the latest development and duties, and to vote when voting was needed
Who does not remember, of the older stock, the first great aeridheacht of west Tyrone thirty three years ago or so, the first great event of its kind, which brought priests and people flocking in numbers to the extent of five or six thousand from all over Ulster and from Connacht and Leinster
It is gratifying, therefore, to find that, in respect of the points he mentions, my own description of the Tyrone dialect coincided in almost every particular with his.’ Foilsíodh (An leabharán glas nó) Ceachtanna sóthuigsiona air Stair Eagluise na h-Éirionn in 1850, aistriúchán ar an Easy Lessons in Church History, 1848 a scríobh sé
Deir Declan Kiberd in Irish Classics, 2000 (‘Endings and beginnings: Mac Cuarta and after’): ‘There had been no strong poetic tradition in this rather anglicised area of south-east Ulster and north Leinster before Mac Cuarta.’ Deir sé freisin gur aistrigh a mhuintir ó Thír Eoghain: ‘The Gaelic poets tended to migrate to the remoter regions, where old ways lived on: hence the move of Mac Cuarta’s family from Tyrone into the south-east of Ulster
Although no such volume ever came from the pen of Mac Neill, a work answering well enough to the description was published in 1932: it was entitled Genealogical Tracts 1 and was the work of a young Tyrone scholar and protégé of Mac Neill’s, Toirdealbhach Ó Raithbheartaigh (later well-known when Secretary to the Department of Education ..
I gcuntas air i ndiaidh a bháis in The Irish Times 7 Márta 2009 deirtear: He retained his interest in Northern politics, and hoped to stand as a Unity candidate for Fermanagh-South Tyrone in the 1966 Westminster election