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|No. 7.—Vol. V.]||DUBLIN, OCTOBER 1st, 1894.||[Price 6d., post free.|
|[No. 55 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. Postal Orders sent to the manager, as directed above, are to be made payable to Joseph Dollard, at Post Office, Dublin.
Owing to temporary changes some inconvenience has, it is feared, been occasioned to subscribers during the past month by delay in acknowledging communications, or in sending copies of the Journal. Any persons who have suffered inconvenience in this way, are requested to communicate at once with the manager, when the matter will be set right without delay.
The issues of numbers 48, 49 and 50 of the Journal have now been exhausted. These numbers are, accordingly, no longer to be had direct. Most of the back numbers can, however, be had indirectly, as advertised on the cover.
- Easy Lessons in Irish
- Bearna Dhiarmada
- West Cork Irish: Ní ar Dia a Bhuidheachas
- Clare Irish: Domhnall Ua Laoghaire agus na Mná Sídhe
- Irish in the National Schools
- Gaelic Notes
- An Unexplored Region
- Notes and Queries
THE GAELIC PAPERS.
The Gaodhal—247 Kosciusko-street, New York (60 cents a month).
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.
Printed by Dollard, Printinghouse, Dublin, where the Journal can be had, price Sixpence for single copy. All remittances to be addressed to the Manager, Dollard’s, Printinghouse, Dublin, payable to Joseph Dollard. Editor also requests that he will be communi- cated with in case o delay in getting Journal, receipt, &c. The Journal can also be had from the Booksellers in Dublin, Cork, Belfast, &c. Applications for Agencies for sale of the Journal invited.
Printed by Dollard, Printinghouse, Dublin.