- Smith made fair copies of his music, and managed his affairs for him, though Handel, almost up to the end, seems to have discussed his investments in person with his financial adviser, Mr. Gael Morris, in the City. - "Handel", Edward J. Dent.
- Hence Fingal's Cave- gal or gael meaning " the stranger"- presumably the name was given in compliment to the future guest. - "Fifty-One Years of Victorian Life", Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey.
- Whatever one must think of Prosper Gael, it is difficult to shirk heartache on his account. - "The Branding Iron", Katharine Newlin Burt.