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Boston Globe, November 22, 1905

Cuirim óm’ ċroiḋe amaċ mo ṁílte beannaċt go dtí Gaeḋil na tíre seo. Buḋ ṁaiṫ liom a ráḋ liḃ naċ mbéiḋ Éire ina condae gránna de Ṡacsana go deó anois. Árduiġiḋ ḃur gcroiḋe. Ná bíoḋ aon eagla orraiḃ. Béiḋ an buaiḋ ag Éirinn. Beannaċt Dé liḃ go ḃfeiciḋ mé siḃ arís

Mise
Ḃur gcara
An Craoiḃín Aoiḃín

English Translation

From my heart I send a thousand blessings to the Gaels of this great country. I would like to say to you that Ireland can never now fall into the rank of an inferior English country. Raise your courage! Have no fear. Erin shall have victory. The blessing of God with ye until I see ye again.

I am,
An Craoibhín Aoibhinn