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(1) Al-teutha, or rather Balteutha, the town of Tweed, the name of Dunthalmo's seat. It is observable that all the names in this poem, are derived from the Galic language ; which , as I have remarked in a preceding note , is a proof that it was once the universal language of the whole island.

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