An Casán go
Leis an Aṫair Eoin Ua Nualáin.
Le cead n-uaċtarán.
Ċum glóire Dé, ráṫa anam,
agus onóra na h-Éireann.
I n-Dil-Ċuiṁne air
ṠEÁĠAN MAC HÉIL,
Sagart, Tírġráḋuiġṫeoir, File;
Príoṁ-ġráḋuiġṫeoir a Ṫeangan agus
a Ṫíre dúṫċais:
Tioḋlaicṫear an Leaḃar so go Cráiḃṫeaċ.
THE WAY TO
A Handbook of Prayers.
BY REV. JOHN NOLAN.
FOR THE GLORY OF GOD, THE GOOD OF SOULS,
AND THE HONOUR OF IRELAND.
TO THE MEMORY OF
JOHN MAC HALE,
ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM,
PRIEST, PATRIOT AND POET,
FOREMOST LOVER OF HIS LANGUAGE AND HIS
THIS WORK IS RELIGIOUSLY DEDICATED.
The First Prayer Book ever Published in Ireland in the Irish Language and Character. Can be had in the following Bindings:—
|1. Soft Grained Morocco, extra gilt, 2s. 6d.||3. Vellum, extra gilt, 5s.|
|2. Folished Calf, extra gilt, 5s.||4. Vellum, extra gilt, and hand-painted, 12s. 6d.|
Address: Rev. John E. Nolan, O.D.C, St. Teresa's, Clarendon-street, Dublin.
THE GAELIC UNION,
NO. 19 KILDARE-STREET, DUBLIN,
Have issued the following Books for the use of Schools in which Gaelic is taught, and for Students generally:—
The Lay of Oisin on the Land of the Young, 128 pages. With new Literal Translation, Copious Vocabulary and Notes, Cloth
|The Same. In Wrapper||0||9|
The Youthful Exploits of Fionn, 128 pages. The Original Text, with Modern Irish Version, New Literal Translation, Vocabulary, Notes and Map
Keating's History of Ireland, Cloth. Book I., Part I., 168 pages. Gaelic Text, with new Literal Translation, complete Vocabulary, &c.
The same. In Wrapper
The Imitation of Christ (Illustrated). Irish Translation. In Eight Parts. Parts I. to IV. ready, each 32 pages. (Other parts to follow). Each
|First Gaelic Book, 72 pages. In Three Parts. Lessons in Gaelic, Nos. 1, 2, 3. Each||0||1|
Second Gaelic Book. Parts I. and II. Lessons in Gaelic, Nos. 4 and 5. Each
The Finding of the Fairy Branch by King Cormac. Original Irish Text, with new Literal Translation, Vocabulary and Notes. In Preparation.
Irish Language Head-line Copy-book. Nearly ready
Irish Phrase Book. In Preparation.
Irish Grammar Rules
Pamphlets containing Report, Objects, List of Subscribers, &c., may be had for distribution, and full information may be obtained by addressing, The Gaelic Union, No. 19 Kildare-street, Dublin, to which Subscriptions for the Gaelic Publication and Prize Fund may be forwarded.
The various Publications will be supplied at much reduced prices to National and other Teachers by the Publishers, to whom all orders are to be addressed.
The Gaelic Union will not be responsible for Book Orders sent to their address.
ALL THESE BOOKS ARE SUPPLIED BY
M. H. GILL & SON,
50 UPPER SACKVILLE STREET, DUBLIN.