By John O'Donovan
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All other nations, and every private man, may have the same, for keeping secrets, and those entirely different from their usual letters such the Romans were the Notce whereof a among Tironis, speci : men may be seen F. Mabillons diplomaticks. Trithemius book on the subject, De Steganographia : in also hath written a so I do not well conceive for the antiquity of the this, more vailed all 7mA what letters or less modified, pre- over Europe till the ; this serves towards proving or that they were not ori- introduction of the Gothic style of writing.
Fr. Latino-Hibernica, nunc compendiata, O Francisco Molloy, Ord. Min. " 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.
Eccl. 44. (inter Opp. B. Hieron. Ed. ) Introduction. li conjectured* that these letters were written by Celestius from the monastery of St. Martin of Tours, in the It is year 369. But be this as it may, if Celestius, while a youth, wrote epistles from a foreign monastery to his parents in Scotia, in the neighbourhood of Britain, we must conclude that his parents could read them, and that in Ireland, then called Scotia, at least to close of the fourth century. to Celestius, and his master to letters were known some persons, For further at the historical reference Pelagius, the reader is referred Primordia, p.