Eleanor Henrietta Hull (15 January 1860 – 13 January 1935) was a writer, journalist and scholar of Old Irish. Contents. 1 Life; 2 Published works; 3 References.


Biography and hymn translations of Eleanor Henrietta Hull (1860–1935)


Eleanor Henrietta Hull versified Mary E. Bryne's translation of "Be Thou My Vision " in 1912. The poem was included in her book Poem Book of the Gael. Hull was ...


HULL, Eleanor Henrietta. b. Cheetham, Manchester, 15 Jan 1860; d. Wimbledon, Surrey, 13 Jan 1935. Born into an Irish family, Eleanor Hull was educated at ...


ELEANOR HULL. We of the Folk-lore Society are the poorer for the loss of Miss. Eleanor Hull, whose wide and accurate learning, brilliant style and vivid ...


Eleanor Henrietta Hull (15 January 1860 – 13 January 1935) was a writer, journalist and ... Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart, Eleanor Hall (Editor), 114.


Eleanor Hull. Life 1860-1935, b. 15 Jan., Manchester, England, to Co. Down family, being dg. of Prof. Edward Hull, Dir. of Geological Survey of Ireland, 1870- 90; ...


The full text of 'A History of Ireland and Her People' by Eleanor Hull.


Jun 24, 2018 ... Works[edit]. The Cuchulain Saga in Irish Literature (1898) (scan); Pagan Ireland ( Dublin, 1923) (external scan); Early Christian Ireland · A Text ...