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The Life And Writings Of Saint Patrick -Saint Patrick

HERE we merely propose to give a sketch in a general way of Patrick’s writings in Latin and Irish. A critical examination of the whole subject is beyond our scope, but a brief account of the writings of our national Apostle is necessary for the fulfilment of the task we have proposed to ourselves. Here we give merely a sketch of the purport of the Saint’s writings; later on, if space allows, we shall give the text, both of the Latin and Irish writings of the Saint, with a few brief notes on the most important textual difficulties.






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