Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 9
I was educated in London and became a teacher under the London Educational Department
Chomh maith lena chleachtas féin bhí poist aige mar shúil-lia ag Bord Oideachais Londan agus ag Comhairle Contae Londan, mar Mháinlia ag an London Metropolitan Police agus mar shúil-lia san Ospidéal Iodáileach. Dar le Tomás Bán go raibh sé ina bhall de Chumann Buanchoimeádta na Gaeilge nuair a bhí sé 15 bliana d’aois; 12 bliana, más fíor do thuaraisc a bháis sa Connacht Tribune (19 Aibreán 1930)
‘Having to go to London to eke out an existence he saw that the only distinction between an Irishman and an Englishman was a knowledge of the tongue of our sires’ (idem)
Keawell (88 Penrose Street, Walworth, London S.E.) ag íoc sintiúis le Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge i Meán Fómhair 1883
Timpeall an ama chéanna, de thoradh scrúdaithe a rinne sé le ‘City and Guilds of London’, bhain sé cáilíocht amach mar mhúinteoir miotalóireachta
White, robust and jovial, he came into London, an indubitable piece of Ireland, and the Gaels welcomed him as one who had given an example of endurance in dark days’
was more severe, strict and hard on the popular class, in measuring out compensation for malicious injuries’. In 1899 a deirtear a chuir sé an teileagram iomráiteach úd chuig George Moore: ‘The sceptre of intelligence has passed from London to Dublin’
Please go to http://www.ainm.ie/ for more information. 2010 Bhí baint mhór aige leis an London Hibernian Society for Establishing Schools and Circulating the Holy Scriptures in Ireland a bunaíodh in 1806
He lately returned from London where he was engaged at the British Museum in making extracts from some ancient mss deposited there