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Letter from P. S. Dinneen to Padraic Pearse about procuring a photograph of Séan Clárach Mac Domhnaill's gravestone for inclusion in a publication of his poetry, and his protest at the appointment of a foreign examiner [Kuno Meyer] in Irish for the Intermediate Examinations,

circa 1902.

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In Collection: Pearse Papers, 1870-1932
Description: Dinneen also thanks Pearse for his favourable review of "Cill Airne" [Cill Áirne, trácht ar spéar-radharcaibh Locha Léin agus ná tire 'na thimhcheall] and remarks that "I have been watching the growth of your mind Irish-wards with interest, you will not be offended at my using the expression Irish-wards but it is a road in which we all have to travel". Dinneen hopes the Gaelic League are convening a meeting so that he could speak and "pour out my wrath like molten lead on the heads of these Commissioners" and encourages Dr. O'Hickey [Micheál P. Ó hIcí] to "raise a storm that that will eventually hurl Maheffy [John Pentland Mahaffy] & Co. from the half helm of that old [h?]ulk".
Main Creator: Dinneen, Patrick S. (Patrick Stephen), 1860-1934
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (2 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 21,063/4 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.