For-oideas ghnaith-Ghaoighilge na h-Eireand. :
An introduction to the knowledge of the Irish language, as now spoken; containing a comprehensive exemplification of the alphabetic sounds, and a complete analysis of the accidents of the declinable parts; with the pronunciation of each Irish word employed in illustration, ... arranged ... in fourteen short synoptic tables. To which are added, I.- Examples of the Gaelic or Caledonian conjugations, ... II.- The Lord's prayer ... III.- T. Franc. O'Molloy's Poetical address to his countrymen, lamenting the neglected state of Irish literature, &c. /
By Patrick Lynch, ...
|Main Creator:||Lynch, Patrick, 1757-ca. 1830?|
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Dublin : printed by Graisberry and Campbell, 10, Back-Lane; and sold by Messrs. Gilbert and Hodges, H. Fitzpatrick, Cummins, Watson, &c., 1815.
Another copy, wanting tp.
Another copy, with the plate (facsimiles of Irish types).
On the back of the tp. in this copy there is a prelim. notice of Lynen's projected Biographical and histor. Dict., (wh. never appeared), and list of his works. The same pl. appears in vol. II. of Warburton's History of Dublin, 1818.
Physical description: , 32 p ; 21 cm. (8vo)
In vol. with bookplate of John Edward Walsh