Gaelic Society of Dublin

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A society established in 1807 “for the investigation and revival of ancient Irish literature”. Its members included men like William Haliday, John Lanagan, Theophilus O'Flanagan and Edward O'Reilly.

See also: William HalidayHaliday (William)
Halliday (William)
Irish linguist and jurist, who in 1808 published, as E[dmund] O'C[onnell], a grammar of Irish (Uraicecht na Gaedhilge).
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John LaniganLanigan (John)
Irish priest and church historian.
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Pól Ó BriainÓ Briain (Pól)
O'Brien (Paul) ... Irish priest
Irish priest and Irish-language scholar.
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Theophilus O'FlanaganO'Flanagan (Theophilus)
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Edward O'ReillyO'Reilly (Edward)
(d. 1830)
Irish scholar and compiler of an Irish-English dictionary (1817)
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Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Dublin (journal), Gaelic Society of Dublin, 1808–1808

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July 2021, last updated: June 2022