Pádraig Mag Fhloinn (Pat Glynn), Irish scribe, fl. 1828-1835.Mag Fhloinn's manuscripts, featuring folksongs, are kept in the Royal Irish Academy in Dawson Street, Dublin.

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  • Pádraig Mag Fhloinn (Pat Glynn), Irish scribe, fl. 1828-1835.Mag Fhloinn's manuscripts, featuring folksongs, are kept in the Royal Irish Academy in Dawson Street, Dublin. One of his last known autographs state that:Pat Glynn most respectfully begs leave to inform the public, particularly those who are admirers of ancient Irish literature that he will shortly publish a copious English Irish Dictionary in which will be found upwards of 100,000 words which have never been published in any dictonary of our vernacular Language. To subscribers 10.s only. (en)
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  • Pádraig Mag Fhloinn (Pat Glynn), Irish scribe, fl. 1828-1835.Mag Fhloinn's manuscripts, featuring folksongs, are kept in the Royal Irish Academy in Dawson Street, Dublin. (en)
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