1949. Hardcover. 8vo. Religion in Ireland.Signed by the author. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: It all happened : reminiscences of Seamus ...
Publisher: M. H. Gill and Son,, Dublin:
Book Condition: Good
Book Description M H Gill and Son Ltd, Dublin, 1948. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Poor. 1st Edition. Good tight condition, ink owners signature on paste down & title page, creasing on front paste down, green cloth, dust wrapper has discoloration and some sections missing. Bookseller Inventory # 001325
Book Description M. H. Gill & Son, 1948. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Book in acceptable condition, Loose binding, Pages clean. Green cloth. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001366333
Book Description Gill, Dublin, 1949. Cloth Gilt. Book Condition: Good. Second Edition. Pp.viii, 360. Reminiscences of an Irish National School teacher with reminiscences of his life in Kerry, the Irish midlands, North county Dublin, Mayo, Wexford & Clare. Chapter 5 is titled "Fingal its Associations and the Sequel." The author taught in Lusk and in this chapter he comments on some of the people he met there and on the nature of Fingallians around the time he moved there in 1904. Size: Royal 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 017055
Book Description Dublin, M.H.Gill and Son, 1949. 8°. VIII, 360 pages. Original Hardcover with original dustjacket in protective Mylar. Signed and inscribed by Séamus Fenton on the front free endpaper. The volume itself in excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear, the dustjacket with tears. Deir sé ina chuimhní cinn It all happened, 1948 go raibh sé mar chomhrúnaí ag cruinniú de Chonradh na Gaeilge i gCill Airne in 1896 agus gurbh é an chéad chruinniú é ag an eagraíocht taobh amuigh den phríomhchathair My instructions from the Minister of Education, Eoin Mac Néill, were that I was to be more than a mere official, that I was to lecture bodies of teachers and others and that, above all, I was to prepare school editions of O’Donovan’s Ordnance Survey Letters so that every senior pupil would have a cheap copy of that dealing with his own county and base his new Irish speech and lore on that of a century earlier when O’Donovan heard it spoken generally in the locality’ (It all happened) Chuaigh sé ar pinsean i 1939 agus scríobh Lughaidh Breathnach [B2] chuig Énrí Ó Muirgheasa: ‘When you and your Kerry friend leave the Department it will be the end of our hopes for saving Irish in the schools’ (It all happened, lch 338) (Source: ainm). Bookseller Inventory # 28331AB