And, for extra credit, what is the English form of the surname "Breathnach"? (the usual spelling in modern Irish orthography, which no longer uses the séimhiú, the little diacritical dot that used to be placed over certain consonants (in this case the 't' and the 'c') to soften them, instead placing a 'h' after the consonant in question)
In my home library: Songs of the Gael BREATNAC, An tAthair Padruig. Dublin: Browne & Nolan, c.1915. xiv, 384 pages. "A Collection of Anglo-Irish Songs and Ballads, wedded to old traditional Irish airs."