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|No. 6.—Vol. V.]||DUBLIN, SEPT. 1st, 1894.||[Price 6d., post free.|
|[No. 54 of the Old Series.]|
TO OUR READERS.
Until further notice all business communications are to be sent to Gaelic Journal Manager, Dollard’s, Wellington-quay, Dublin. All editorial matter to be sent to Mr. John MacNeill, Hazelbrook, Malahide. Father O’Growney requests that no communications may be sent to him at present, as he is unable to attend to any work at present. Postal orders sent to the manager, as directed above, are to be made payable to Joseph Dollard, at Post Office, Dublin.
In recent issues of the Journal a good deal of matter was given for the special advantage of learners of Gaelic. In our present issue we provide chiefly for those who can speak and read the language. It will be noticed that in this issue a very large number of new words appear for the first time in print.
Back numbers of the Journal can still be procured, with a few exceptions. See the advertisements on the cover of the Journal.
- Easy Lessons in Irish
- An Old Hymn, from the Arran Islands: An Eiséirghe
- Gaelic Notes
- Various Proverbs, &c., from Cork
- Notes and Queries
- Mayo Gaelic: An Bóithrín Buidhe
- West Cork Gaelic: Ordóg Fheasa Fhinn Mhic Chumhaill
- Connaught Irish: Ólamuid Sláinte Na n-Eun
- Anecdota from Irish MSS. XII: Irische Texte III, p. 38
- Connaught Irish: Sgeul ar an Dreoilín
- Bearna Dhiarmada
THE GAELIC PAPERS.
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The Irish Echo—3 La Grange-street, Boston (ten cents a year).
The Celtic Monthly—17 Dundas-street, Kingston, Glasgow (4/- a year).
MacTalla—Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada (one dollar a year).
Publications containing an Irish column—Tuam News, Weekly Freeman, United Ireland, Cork Archæological Society’s Journal; in America—Irish-American, San Francisco Monitor, Chicago Citizen; in Scotland—Oban Times, Inverness Northern Chronicle.
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