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Printed by R. Marchbank, for G. Faulkner, T. Ewing, and R. Moncrieff , Dublin
StatementBy Major Charles Vallancey.
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Pagination4 p. l., xvi, xxv-li, 192 p.
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To which is prefixed, An by Charles Vallancey ( ) Collectanea De Rebus Hibernicus: No. A fuller and better printed edition of the grammar, with a preface containing parts of the essay, was published in Dublin in as ‘A Grammar of the Iberno-Celtic or Irish Language,’ and dedicated to Sir Lucius Henry O'Brien [q.

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[Irish-English Guide to the Irish Language. By Thaddaeus Connellan, 12mo. Lond. ] The vowels are five in number, a, o, u, e, i, whereof the three first, a, o, u, are broad, and the two last, e, i, are narrow. In words of two or more syllables, regard must be had to the correspondence of the vowels, for when the last vowel of the former syllable is a broad vowel, the first vowel of the.

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(Dublin, H. Fitzpatrick, ), by Paul O'Brien (page images at HathiTrust) A grammar of the Iberno-Celtic, or Irish language. (Dublin: Printed and sold by R. Marchbank, ), by Charles Vallancey (page images at HathiTrust).A grammar of the Iberno-Celtic, or Irish langauge. Retrieved from Google Books.

This work was published in order to challenge what the author viewed as incorrect assumptions about the Irish language and people. The grammar presented here is sound–providing information about the phonology, syntax, and writing system of Old Irish.