The college Irish grammar : containing besides the usual subject of grammar some remarks in the form of dissertation on the ortography of the language, how it can become fixed, on the number of declensions, and number of conjugations &c.

The college Irish grammar : containing besides the usual subject of grammar some remarks in the form of dissertation on the ortography of the language, how it can become fixed, on the number of declensions, and number of conjugations &c.

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From the Library of BROINPADRAIG 6 y Digitized by tine Internet Archive in 2007 with funding from IVIicrosoft Corporation http://www.archive.org/details/collegeirishgramOObouruoft I 3^ SttJ'J:-f9.2t9. Irish Chirocraphyor Handwritinc . Ih;^tten. betters. r '^s ^ tt .Z ! ! THE COLLEGE miSH GMMMAR, CONTAINING, BESIDES THE USUAL SUBJECT OF GRAMMAR, SOME REMARKS INTHEFORM OF DISSERTATION ON THE ORTHOGRAPHY OF THE LANGUAGE ; HOW IT CAN BECOME FIXED ; ON THE NUMBER OF DECLENSIONS, AND NUMBER OF CONJUGATIONS. &c. COMPlLKD CHIEFLY WITH A VIEW TO AID THE STUDENTS OF ST. PATRICK S COLLEGE, MAYNOOTH, ASD OF * THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND ; IN THE STDDT OF THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE. BOURKE,THE REY. ULICK J. OF ST. FATKICK'S COLLEGE, JIATXOOTH. ' pleasant Tongue, whose accents were as music to the earAh ! Ah magic thatround uswove its spells so soft and dear ! ! gloriousTongue, whosenumbers could each Celticheart enthral IAh !" ! rushingTongue, that sounded like the swollen torrents fallAh lU. iU.—Ballads Ireland,Edited by Edward Hayes.of " Cixiif) I O ! zix le rA05AlcAib ^jao]Gitti^ rsiic, feAlocAf A s-cljii-rAi) bo ao] h\'Ai."'t^UAiTx bei6 cAjcTi&in) f Irish Melodies, p. 19. DUBLIN: ANGLESEA-STREET.JOHN O'DALY, 9, SOHO SQUARE.J.ONDON : JOHN EUSSELL SMITH, 36, 1856. ' SweetTongue of our Druids and bards of past ages I Sweet Tongue of our monarcbs, our Saints and our sages ! Tongue of our heroes and free-bomSweet sires ! When we cease to preserve tliee, our glory expires." Antm.

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From the Library
of
BROINPADRAIG 6
yDigitized by tine Internet Archive
in 2007 with funding from
IVIicrosoft Corporation
http://www.archive.org/details/collegeirishgramOObouruoftI3^SttJ'J:-f9.2t9.
Irish Chirocraphyor Handwritinc
.
Ih;^tten. betters.
r '^s ^
tt .Z! !
THE
COLLEGE miSH GMMMAR,
CONTAINING,
BESIDES THE USUAL SUBJECT OF GRAMMAR, SOME
REMARKS INTHEFORM OF DISSERTATION ON THE
ORTHOGRAPHY OF THE LANGUAGE ; HOW
IT CAN BECOME FIXED ; ON THE
NUMBER OF DECLENSIONS,
AND NUMBER OF
CONJUGATIONS.
&c.
COMPlLKD CHIEFLY WITH A VIEW TO AID
THE STUDENTS OF ST. PATRICK S COLLEGE, MAYNOOTH,
ASD OF
* THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND ;
IN THE STDDT OF
THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE.
BOURKE,THE REY. ULICK J.
OF ST. FATKICK'S COLLEGE, JIATXOOTH.
' pleasant Tongue, whose accents were as music to the earAh !
Ah magic thatround uswove its spells so soft and dear
!
! gloriousTongue, whosenumbers could each Celticheart enthral IAh
!"
! rushingTongue, that sounded like the swollen torrents fallAh
lU. iU.—Ballads Ireland,Edited by Edward Hayes.of
" Cixiif) I O ! zix le rA05AlcAib ^jao]Gitti^ rsiic,
feAlocAf A s-cljii-rAi) bo ao] h\'Ai."'t^UAiTx bei6 cAjcTi&in) f
Irish Melodies, p. 19.
DUBLIN:
ANGLESEA-STREET.JOHN O'DALY, 9,
SOHO SQUARE.J.ONDON : JOHN EUSSELL SMITH, 36,
1856.' SweetTongue of our Druids and bards of past ages I
Sweet Tongue of our monarcbs, our Saints and our sages !
Tongue of our heroes and free-bomSweet sires !
When we cease to preserve tliee, our glory expires."
Antm.