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|No. 5.—VOL. V.]||DUBLIN, AUGUST 1ST, 1894.||[Price 6d., post free.|
|[No. 63 of the Old Series.]|
TO OUR READERS.
Communications should still be addressed to Mr. J. H. Lloyd, Gaelic League, 4 College-green, Dublin. Postal Orders may be made payable to Father O’Growney, or to the publisher, Joseph Dollard, Single copies and back numbers may be had from the Dublin booksellers. For the present no such orders should be sent to Father O’Growney.
- Front matter
- Easy Lessons in Irish
- Bearna Dhiarmada
- Popular Proverbs, West Connaught
- West Cork Proverbs
- Characteristics of Irish Literature
- An Craoibhín Aoibhinn
- 'Nuair Nach Mairfidh de'n Té Sin a D'adhruigh Thú Trath
- Micheál na Buile
- Anecdota from Irish Mss. XII. Translation—continued
- Notes and Queries
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