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rable volume, of the same kind, will be published, in a short time. In the mean time the present volume contains all that is really necessary for general use.

In the publication of an original work, some typographical errors are almost unavoidable. The following is a list of the most considerable: the rest, it is hoped, will not occasion any difficulty to the reader.

ERRATA.

PAGE 24. LINE 3. for gealaċd, read gealaċ.

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21. for na sagart, read na sagairt. 28. for toe rot, read the rod.

3. for the note, read the nose. 4. for an seafac, read an tseafaċ. 20. for an ndeann me? read a ndean

me?

15. for am I not given? read am I given?

18. for cold night, read dark night. 35. for leata, read leatsa.

122. 9, 10. for not your, read not wear

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AN

INTRODUCTION

TO THE

IRISH LANGUAGE

PART FIRST.

AN ORIGINAL AND COMPREHENSIVE GRAMMAR.

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D 1 thick, before a, o or u,

Example bán, white

tar, come thou

liomsa, with me

bean, a woman

ciall, sense

Scat, a battle

this sound is not found in dán, a poem

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2 liquid, before e or i, as d

in guardian,

E 1 long, as ea in great,

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2 short, as e in let,

F 1 as fin fan,

G 1 before e or i, as g in get,

2 before a, o or u, as g in

gun,

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I

1 long, as ie in field,

2 short, as i in fit,

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