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Leabhráin an Irisleabhair--III

Seanaid na nGaedheal

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Published: 1903
Language: Irish
Wordcount: 6,461 / 30 pg
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 2,335
Added to site: 2006.08.19
mnybks.net#: 14728
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re an sgoil & é gan Bhéarla gan Ghaedhilg.

Bhfuil leigheas le fagháil ar an aicíd seo? Tá, gan amhras. Tá an leigheas ag an ndorus againn. Tá an leigheas i dteangain ár sinsear. Moladh le Dia! tá an leigheas ag oibriughadh anois. Tá síol curtha i n-ithir mhaith. Ba mhaith linn-ne dá bhfeicimís an geamhar a' teacht suas níos treise & níos tiugha 'ná atá sé. Acht bíodh foidhne againn. "Tagann gach maith le cáirde," & "I ndiaidh 'chéile dhéantar na caisleáin." Beidh barra maith againn fós, le congnamh Dé.

Ní doig liom féin gur tháinig an t-am fós chun Sgoil Ghaedhealach "Chonáin Mhaoil" a chur ar bun.

'Sé is ceart dúinn úsáid a dhéanamh des na sgoileanna atá againn. Má is maith leis na stiúrthóirí é

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