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2. FLAHERTY, fora proof that the Irish had not the use of letters from the Latins, and by consequence that their letters were much ancienter than the preaching of the Gospel among them, and peculiar to the Irish, tells us, that their let from those of the Latins, and all others in name, and to order, character, number, pronunciation and force shew this, he gives from the Book of Lecan (an Irish MS. ters differed : about three hundred years old) the copy of the Latin alpha bet, inverted and digested in a new arbitrary order, with the names of trees attributed to each letter, beginning with the three letters B, L, N Fileadh, i.

575, B, Ed. Bened. torn. Kai yap BpfravtKat vrjaoi, at rfjc i. 7 d>iceav

Grammatica Strict. Observantise, in Collegio S. Isidori S. Theol. Professore Primario, Lector e Jubilato, et Prouincise Hibernise in Curia Romana Agente Romae, Typographia S. Cong, de Propag. " twenty-five chapters, of which the first nine treat of the let ters; the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth, of etymology, of which Generali. he but very slightly treats ; the thirteenth chapter is on the and the remaining twelve, of the ancient Irish prosody, into which he enters very copiously. The next grammar of Irish which issued from the press oghams and contractions ; was written by the celebrated antiquary Lhwyd.

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