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The Irish characters are the following; viz.

FIGURE.

NAME.

SOUND.

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a b k d

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Do е е fr Gg I 1 Li M m N n Oo pp

Ailm
Beit
Coll, ceit
Duir, deit
Eada
Fearann
Gort, geit
Ioġa
Luis
Muin
Nuin
Oir
Peit
Ruis
Suil
Teine
Ur
Uat

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The alphabet was variously arranged by ancient authors, usually beginning with b, b, and n; but the above has been universally adopted by the moderns.

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The following abbreviations are commonly used in printed books: viz.

bh, ch, dh, fh, gh, mh, ph, sh, th, tt.

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7 ¢ ¢ o I. f n 身 agus, ar, air, ao, ea, cht, ui, fin,

Many other contractions have been introduced, in different books, but those that are inserted here are the most usual, and the rest may be found in the plates of contractions, at the end of the book,

The following sentences will furnish an exercise, in reading the Irish character.

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Seanrajte,

Seanrajte, an trear cajbjdit.

1. 21 mic, na de armajd mo öljjtav: aćt ćojme adao do crolóe majikanta.

2. Ojr do beanajo mao cugao yao latceaó, 7 faoğal fada, 7 pjočćajn.

3. Na treigead trocaire 7 firiñe ču; Ciangall yad bragajo jad, ajn člar to Crojde.

4.' marrin do jeaba tu xabar, agur TVigpe majd a naðarc de 7 Onne.

5. Crin do dois a ndja ne do vile eroide, 7 na bj čaob ne Do ČVigre réin.

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7. Na bi zhic an do irib xejn: boo Eagla De Ort, 7 peačajn, an tolc.

8. bjajo rin na Ylájnte DỌD jmlin, 7 na xmjoni dod ċnariivib.

9. Ononvig an Ciğearna le to naoin, 7 16 pnjmjoil hvile bijviš.

PROVERBS, PROVERBS, Clap. 3.

1. My son, forget not my law; but let thine heart keep my commandments.

2. For length of days, and long life, and peace shall they add to thee.

3. Let not mercy and truth forsake thee: bind them about thy neck, write them upon the table of thine heart.

4. So shalt thou find favour and good understanding in the sight of God and man.

5. Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding.

6. In all thy ways acknowledge him; and he shall direct thy paths.

7. Be not wise in thine own eyes; fear the Lord, and depart from evil.

8. It shall be health to thy navel, and marrow to thy bones.

9. Honour the Lord with thy substance, and with the first fruits of all thine increase.

10. Manyen

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10. mapyyn ljon vigear do rgjobol le rajóbrjót, agur bryrfjo do cantaoinjge amać le fjon nuai.

11. 21 rije, na tarcrigno ymaćtušao an Tiše arna; 7 na by cripce va ćeartujao.

12. Ojr an te gradnjjor an Tigearna, omaćtvijjö FE é, amvil pmačevisjor acair an mac jona mby a dřil.

13. If pona an tE DO ŠElli tagna; agur An DYING DO ŠEJU TVigri.

14. Olr W yearn a ceannviðfact na ceañNigeact ajrgid, agus a počan na op glan.

15, If móiluajú go mór i nájd ná cloča ulazyte ; 7 na hvile nejde If aojbin leat, ni corimé aj nja jat.

16, Atait fad laste añ a deaplájri, 7 añ a tájri člé fajóbnjor 7 onojn.

17. If plišče pótajs a flišće, 7 I fjoöċajn a caran vite.

18. If crañ beača i don Drving šlacar Grejm ój, 7 W rona gać aon da bxcortois1011 1.

19. Do inisio an Tigearna an talari 1€ našljocaf, le TVIGTE do daingnjó fe na plajče a riinur.

20. LE na folur onirte ar amac na ha gGJN, 7 rilin na neul. an Druct anuari

10. So

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