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Scurry (James)

  • 1790?–1828
  • Louvain, Port Láirge, Dublin, Knockhouse
Irish: Séamus Ó Scoireadh, farmer, scholar and translator from Kilkenny.
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Scurry, James, “Remarks on the Irish language, with a review of its grammars, glossaries, vocabularies, and dictionaries: to which is added a model of a comprehensive Irish dictionary. Read October 23, 1826”, Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 15 — Polite literature (1828): 3–87.
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Scurry, James, Four maxims of Christian philosophy: drawn from four considerations of eternity. Written originally in Italian, by John Baptista Manni ..., and translated into Irish, 2nd ed. (1820), Waterford: John Bull, 1825.  
Irish translation of Giovanni Battista Manni's Four maxims of Christia philosophy. Incl. introduction to the Irish language, as its subtitle indicates: An introduction to the Irish language, containing a comprehensive exemplification of all the alphabetical sounds, and their corresponding English sounds, as a further illustration of them, as far as could be effected by the substitution of English characters.
Scurry, James, Four maxims of Christian philosophy: drawn from four considerations of eternity. Written originally in Italian, by John Baptista Manni ..., and translated into Irish, 1st ed., Waterford: John Bull, 1820.  
Irish translation of Giovanni Battista Manni's Four maxims of Christia philosophy. Incl. introduction to the Irish language, as its subtitle indicates: An introduction to the Irish language, containing a comprehensive exemplification of all the alphabetical sounds, and their corresponding English sounds, as a further illustration of them, as far as could be effected by the substitution of English characters.
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James HardimanHardiman (James)
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John O'DonovanO'Donovan (John)
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