brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland

collected out ofmany authentick Irish histories and chronicles, and out of foreign learned authors : in two parts : I. containing a brief account of the travels and adventures of the Gadelians from Feniusa-farsa"s time to the coming of the Milesians into Ireland, and continued to the year of salvation 431 : II. some memorable actions and accidents to the year 1171.
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label. Scarce. (1) [Mac Curtin (H.) A Brief Discourse In Vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland. In Two Parts. 4to D. First, list of subs., XVI, pp, (4 leaves supplied in fine m/ss), later hf. calf, worn. (1) A Brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland in two parts: collected out of many authentick Irish histories and chronicles, and out of foreign learned   MacCurtin’s Brief Discourse in Vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland, a history based on native sources that was published at Dublin in I wanted to include an introductory chapter on the author, who was also a prolific poet and is perhaps better   The book had a wide circulation and many of the foremost families in the country are represented in the list of subscribers.

Aodh Buí’s dedication to A brief discourse in vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland. Censorship The publication of the Discourse was not without its own particular drama.

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Some memorable actions and accidents to the year Mode of access: ect: t.-p. and pages preceeding p. ix lacking by Patricia Moloney, Ó Súilleabháin Cataloguer.

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The English—Irish Dictionary, An Foclóir Hugh MacCurtin or Aodh Buí Mac Cruitín in his Brief Discourse in Vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland () is already sceptical of Keating’s defence. Describing how Donnchadha, Brian Boru’s son is said to have died on a pilgrimage to Rome, MacCurtin adds:   The date of MacCurtin’s imprisonment wasafter the publication of his valuable work, “A Brief Discourse in Vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland,” printed in Dublin in I may add that in his “Irish Grammar,” printed at Louvain inMacCurtin makes a   Hugh MacCurtin, A brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland: collected out of many authentick Irish histories and chronicles, and out of Hugh MacCurtin’s Brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland () The Gaelic poet and antiquary Hugh MacCurtin (Aodh ‘Buí’ Mac Cruitín), whose family had been hereditary seanchaithe or chroniclers to the O’Briens of Thomond since the fourteenth century, also dedicated his Brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland () to A brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland collected out of many authentick Irish histories and chronicles, and out of foreign learned :// Get this from a library.

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The refutation of these new foreign writers need not be pursued by us any further, although there are many things they insert in their histories which it would be possible to confute; because, as to the most part of what they write disparagingly of Ireland, they have no authority forpapers/ucc_celt_published_T/ Provenance: the English text on the final two leaves of the manuscript is in a midth century English hand: the text itself an excerpt from Hugh Mac Curtin's (here spelt 'Hugh Mc Curtain') A Brief discourse in vindication of the antiquity of Ireland, published in ; the paper is of Dutch origin and bears a watermark with the arms of the   In he published 'A brief Discourse in Vindication of the Antiquity of Ireland.' This was printed for the author at the sign of the Printing Press in Copper Alley, Dublin, and is dedicated to William O'Brien, earl of ://,_Hugh_(DNB00).

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