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" ... that now he is become a dangerous enemy to deale withall. Eudox. Surely I can commend him, that being of himselfe of so meane condition, hath through his owne hardinesse lifted himselfe up to the height, that he ' 0 Brin,] Or 0-Birne. SIR JAMES WARE.... "
The Tribes of Ireland: A Satire - Page 45
by Aengus O'Daly - 1852 - 112 pages
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The Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 8

Edmund Spenser - 1805
...him, that being of himfelfe of fo meane condition, hath through his owne hardinefie lifted bimfelfe up to the height; that he dare now front princes,...potentates ; the which as it is to him honourable, fo it is to them moft difgracefull, to btt bearded of fuch a bafe varlet, that being but of late growne...
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The tribes of Ireland: a satire, with poetical tr. by J. C. Mangan; together ...

Aenghus O'Daly - 1852
...can commend him, that being of himselfe of so meane condition, hath through his own hardiness lified himself up to the height that he dare now front princes,...the dunghill." &c. This Fiach defeated Lord Grey at Glenmalure, in 1580, but in 1597, the tough old rebel was run to earth like a hunted fox, and killed...
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A Collection of Tracts and Treatises Illustrative of the Natural ..., Volume 1

Ireland - 1860 - 1270 pages
...hath through his owne hardinesse lifted himselfe * 0 Erin.] Or O-Birne.— SIR JAMES WARE himselfe up to the height, that he dare now front princes,...which as it is to him honourable, so it is to them most disgraceful!, to be bearded of such a base varlet, that being but of late growne out of die dunghill,...
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A Collection of Tracts and Treatises Illustrative of the Natural ..., Volume 1

James Hewitt Lifford (4th viscount) - Ireland - 1860
...Rrin.] Or 0-Hirnc.— SIR JAMES WARE himselfe up to the height, that he dare now front princes, ami make tearmes with great potentates ; the which as it is to him honourable, so it is to them most disgracefull, to be bearded of such a base varlet, that being but of late growne out of the dunghill,...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 5

Edmund Spenser, John Payne Collier - English poetry - 1862
...him, that being of himfelfe of fo meane condition, hath through his owne hardinefTe lifted himfelfe up to the height that he dare now front princes, and...potentates ; the which as it is to him honourable, fo it is to them moft difgracefull, to be bearded of fuch a bafe varlet, that being but of late growne...
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The Complete Works in Verse and Prose: Veue on the present state of Ireland ...

Edmund Spenser - 1884
...fo bace a condicon, hath through his owne hardeneffe lifted himfelf to the height that he now dare front princes, and make tearmes with great potentates ; the which as it is honorable to him, fo it is to them moft difgracefull, to be bearded of fuch a bafe varlet, that being...
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The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Edmund Spenser: Prose : A veue of ...

Edmund Spenser - 1884
...fo bace a condicon, hath through his owne hardeneffe lifted himfelf to the height that he now dare front princes, and make tearmes with great potentates ; the which as it is honorable to him, fo it is to them moft difgracefull, to be bearded of fuch a bafe varlet, that being...
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Ireland Under Elizabeth and James the First

Edmund Spenser - Ireland - 1890 - 445 pages
...through his own hardiness lifted himself up to that height that he dare now front princes and make terms with great potentates. The which as it is to him honourable, so it is to them most disgraceful, to be bearded of such a base varlet, that, being but of late grown out of the dunghill,...
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Journal of the County Kildare Archaeological Society, Volume 3

County Kildare Archaeological Society - Archaeology - 1902
...Ireland, the ancient traitor of Leinster;" and Spenser writes of him that "he hath of his own hardinesse lifted himself up to the height that he dare now front...princes, and make tearmes with great potentates." 3 These facts help us to appreciate Campion's account of the origin of the word "pale." "An old distinction,"...
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Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society and Surrounding ..., Volume 3

County Kildare Archaeological Society - Kildare (Ireland : County) - 1902
...Ireland, the ancient traitor of Leinster;" and Spenser writes of him that " he hath of his own hardinesse lifted himself up to the height that he dare now front...princes, and make tearmes with great potentates." 3 These facts help us to appreciate Campion's account of the origin of the word " pale." "An old distinction,"...
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