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AND thus far as to the arguments brought by Flaherty, and other modern Irish writers, against the opinion of the learned Bollandus, concerning the ancient use of letters in Ireland; with which subject, tho Flaherty fills up about thirty pages of his in useless flourishes the use and new Oyygia ; yet the far greatest part is spent on the origin of letters in general, and on new invention of Bethbook, besides what we have order of the Irish luis-nion, there being little in his mentioned, that looks like proofs of their having had the use of letters before Christianity, unless we call proofs cita tions of legends of St.
Again, in the of Celestius " Hie : tacet, alibi criminatur mittit in ; universum orbem maledicas: et patientiam epistolas biblicas, prius auriferas,nunc nostram, de Christi humilitate venientem, malse conscientise Ipseque mutus latrat per Alpinum signum interpretatur. canem grandem et corpulentum, et qui calcibus [al. Albinum~\ magis possit ssevire, quam dentibus. D. imbued with the heresy of his monastery to his parents had written from he Pelagius, three epistles, in the form of little books, containing instruc 495), that before Celestius was tions necessary for all desirous of serving God, and no trace The words of of the heresy which he afterwards broached.
Niul continued for many years teaching in the public schools of Scythia, until the fame of his learning spread abroad into the Nenual and Niul ; neighbouring kingdoms, [Cinehres], King struct the and at length Pharoah of Egypt, invited Egyptians in which he was master. him Cingcris to his country to in the various languages and sciences of Niul set out for Egypt, and Pharoah was so pleased with him, that he bestowed upon him the lands called Capaciront, or Capacir, situated near the Red Sea, and gave him his daughter Scota in marriage, from whom the Mile were afterwards called Scoti.
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