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" two thoufand men. To do them juftice, the peafantry never appeared to want animal courage, for they flocked together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleafed heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as. of hands, it is not eafy to fay... "
A narrative of what passed at Killalla, in the county of Mayo, and the parts ... - Page 127
by Joseph Stock - 1800 - 182 pages
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A narrative of what passed at Killalla ... during the French invasion in ...

Joseph Stock (bp. of Waterford.) - 1800
...town with offers of ferving againft the approaching enemy. In two hours the camp was faid to number two thoufand men. To do them juftice, the peafantry...eafy to fay to what length of mifchief they might have proceeded ; but they were all along unprovided with leaders of any ability. BELLEW, their earlieft...
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History of the Rebellion in Ireland, in the Year 1798, &c: Containing an ...

James Gordon - Ireland - 1803 - 453 pages
...elsewhere, " to do them justice, the peasantry never • Narrative, &c, p. 133, 134, t Nanative, & Ca 13f, " appeared to want animal courage, for they " flocked...to meet danger whenever it '^was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be " as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is " not easy to say to what length...
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History of the rebellion in Ireland in ... 1798. With an appendix

James Bentley Gordon - 1803
...elsewhere, " to do them justice, the peasantry never * Narrative, &c. p. 133, 134. f Narrative, &c. 135, ." appeared to want animal courage, for they " flocked...meet danger whenever it •' was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be " as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is " not easy to say to what length...
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History of the Rebellion in Ireland, in the Year 1798, &c: Containing an ...

James Bentley Gordon - Ireland - 1803 - 453 pages
...the peasantry never * Narrative, &c. p. 133, 134. t Narrative, &c. 135. IRISH REBEL1IOW. 325 '•' appeared to want animal courage, for they " flocked...to meet danger whenever it *' was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be " as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is " not easy to say to what length...
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The History of the Irish Rebellion, in the Year 1798, &c.,: Containing an ...

Ireland - 1809
...enemy. In two hours the camp was said to number two thousand men. To do them justice, the peasantry never appeared to want animal courage, for they flocked...together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleased heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is not easy to say to what length...
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History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798: With Memoirs of the Union, and ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Emmet's rebellion, 1803 - 1845 - 477 pages
...deficient in ability, were by no means wanting in spirit. " To do them justice," says Bishop Stock, " they never appeared to want animal courage, for they flocked...together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleased heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is not easy to say to what length...
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Life and Manners: From The Autobiography of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - Authors, English - 1851 - 347 pages
...says the Bishop, ' for they nocked together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is not easy to say to what length of mischief they might have proceeded; but they were all along unprovided...
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De Quincey's Writings, Volume 23

Thomas De Quincey - 1851
...energy or determination. ' The peasantry never appeared to want animal courage,' says the Bishop, ' for they flocked together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is not easy to say to what length...
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Life and Manners: From The Autobiography of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - Authors, English - 1851 - 347 pages
...energy or determination. ' The peasantry never appeared to want animal courage,' says the Bishop, ' for they flocked together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is not easy to say to what length...
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Autobiographic sketches

Thomas De Quincey - 1853 - 383 pages
...says the bishop, " for they nocked together to meet danger whenever it was expected. Had it pleased Heaven to be as liberal to them of brains as of hands, it is not easy to say to what length of mischief they might have proceeded ; but they were all along unprovided...
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