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John D'Alton

(1792—1867) historian


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(1792–1867), antiquarian and poet; born in Bessville, Co. Westmeath, and educated at TCD. Dermid, or Erin in the Days of Boroimhe (1814) was a romance in twelve cantos. He also wrote translations for Hardiman's Irish Minstrelsy (1831). His History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to 1245 (2 vols., 1845) won an RIA prize.

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