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The Tribes of Ireland: A Satire - Page 80
by Aengus O'Daly - 1852 - 112 pages
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History of Ireland: From the Anglo-Norman Invasion Till the Union ..., Volume 2

William Cooke Taylor, William Sampson - Ireland - 1833
...kept from manurance and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restraint, they would quietly consume themselves and devour one another ; the proof whereof I saw sufficiently in those late wars of Munster : for notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country,...
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The history of England, Volume 3

Thomas Keightley - 1839
...yet, thus being kept from manurance, and their cattle from running abroad by this harsh restraint, they would quickly consume themselves and devour one...whereof I saw sufficiently exampled in these late wars of Munster ; for, notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country, full of...
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The Irish confederates, and the rebellion of 1798

Henry Martyn Field - History - 1851 - 369 pages
...kept from manurance, and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restraint, they would quietly consume themselves, and devour one another ; the proof whereof I saw sufficiently in those late wars of Munster, for notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country,...
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The tribes of Ireland: a satire

Aengus O'Daly - Ireland - 1852 - 112 pages
...they would quiekly musI,me themseleei AND DEVOUR ONE ANOTHER. The proof whereof I saw suffieiently exampled in these late warres of Mounster ; for, notwithstanding that the same was a most rieh and plentiful eountrey, full of CORNE AND CATTLE, that you would ha\-e thought they should have...
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History of the Irish Hierarchy: With the Monasteries of Each County ...

Thom Walsh - Monasteries - 1854 - 869 pages
...soldier, yet their being kept from manurance, and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restraint they would quickly consume themselves and devour one another. The proof whereof, I saw sufficiently in the late wars of Munster." Ohv England ! what crimes have you not committed under the pretext of...
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Ancient Ireland: her Milesian chiefs, her kings and princes. Her great men ...

Martin A. O'Brennan - Ireland - 1855 - 324 pages
...sword — their being kept from manurance, and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restraint they would quickly consume themselves and devour one another! The proof whereof has been seen in the late Warres of Mounster — 'ere one year and a-half (by Spencer's system) they...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser: With Observations on His Life and Writings

Edmund Spenser - 1857 - 549 pages
...soldier, yet thus being kept from manurance, and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restraint, they would quickly consume themselves, and devour...whereof I saw sufficiently exampled in these late wars of JMunster ; for, notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country, full of...
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A Collection of Tracts and Treatises Illustrative of the Natural ..., Volume 1

James Hewitt Lifford (4th viscount) - Ireland - 1860
...abroad, by this hard restraint they would quickly consume themselves, and devoure one another. The proofe whereof, I saw sufficiently exampled in these late...notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentifull countrey, full of come and cattle, that you would have thought they should have beene able...
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History of the Catholic archbishops of Dublin, since the Reformation

1864
...soldiery, yet being thus kept from manurance, and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restraint, they would quickly consume themselves and devour one...whereof I saw sufficiently exampled in these late wars in Munster ; for notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country, full of...
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Lectures on the History of Ireland: From A. D. 1534 to the date of the ...

Ireland - 1870
...soldiers, but thus being kept from mannrance, and their cattle from running abroad, by this hard restrain they would quickly consume themselves and devour one another. The proof whereof I saw sufficiently exempled in these late wars of Munster ; for, notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful...
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