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" Humbert desired him to be under " no apprehension — himself and all his people " should be treated with respectful attention, and " nothing should be taken by the French troops " but what was absolutely necessary for their "support; a promise which,... "
Sequel to Personal narrative of the 'Irish rebellion' of 1798 - Page 208
by Charles Hamilton Teeling - 1832
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History of the Rebellion in Ireland, in the Year 1798, &c: Containing an ...

James Bentley Gordon - Ireland - 1803 - 453 pages
...countrymen, the enemies into whose hands he had fallen were polite and generous. " Humbert desired him to be under " no apprehension — himself and all...necessary for their "support; a promise which, as long as thesG " troops continued in Killala, was most religiously " observed, excepting only a small sally...
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History of the rebellion in Ireland in ... 1798. With an appendix

James Bentley Gordon - 1803
...countrymen, the enemies into whose hands he had fallen Avere polite and generous. " Humbert desired him to be under " no apprehension — himself and all...troops " but what was absolutely necessary for their x1 "support; a promise which, as long as these " troops continued in Killala, was most religiously...
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History of the Rebellion in Ireland, in the Year 1798, &c: Containing an ...

James Gordon - Ireland - 1803 - 453 pages
...countrymen, the enemies .into whose hands he had fallen were polite and generous. " Humbert desired him to be under " no apprehension — himself and all...French troops "but what was 'absolutely necessary fw their " support; a promise which, as long as " troops continued in Killala, was most religiously...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1806
...the French language. Humbert desired him to be under no apprehension for himself or his people ; they should be treated with respectful attention, and nothing...necessary for their support; a promise which, as long as those troops continued in Killala, was most religiously observed. Mr. Kirkwood was examined, as to...
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The History of the Irish Rebellion, in the Year 1798, &c.,: Containing an ...

Ireland - 1809
...desired him to be under no apprthension, himself and all his people should be treated with the most respectful attention, and nothing should be taken...necessary for their support : a promise which, as long as those troops continued at Killalla, was most religiously obserred, excepting only a small sally of...
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The History of Ireland: From Its Invasion Under Henry II. to Its ..., Volume 2

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1812
...J/08. assured the bishop, that he and his people should be treated with respectful attention, and that nothing should be taken by the French troops, but...necessary for their support ; a promise which, as long as those troops continued in Killala, was religiously observed. The bishop's castle was made the head-quarter;;...
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The History of the Irish Rebellion: In the Year 1798, &c., Containing an ...

Ireland - 1813 - 421 pages
...in the French language, having in his youth had the advantage of foreign travel. Humbert desired him to be under no apprehension, himself and all his people should be treated with the most respectful attention, and nothing shruld be taken by the French troops but what was absolutely...
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The History of Ireland, from the Earliest Ages to the Union

Samuel Burdy - Ireland - 1817 - 574 pages
...under no apprehension for himself or his people, as they would be treated with due respect, and that nothing should be taken by the French troops but what...absolutely necessary for their support, a promise that was religiously observed. French Perceiving the necessity of expedition in his present sithe'p...
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History of the Irish Insurrection of 1798,: Giving an Authentic Account of ...

Edward Hay - Ireland - 1847 - 432 pages
...the French language. Humbert desired him to be under no apprehension for himself or his people ; they should be treated with respectful attention, and nothing...necessary for their support ; a promise which, as long as those troops continued in Killala, was most religiously observed. On the morning after his arrival,...
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The Irish confederates, and the rebellion of 1798

Henry Martyn Field - History - 1851 - 369 pages
...should be treated with respect and attention, and his people should be protected in their property. Nothing should be taken by the French troops but what...necessary for their support, — a promise which, the bishop himself says, was religiously observed. Indeed no one could desire from a hostile force...
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