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" I like this," said MochaoL He afterwards fixed his beuk in the feathers of his wing. Three hundred years did Mochaoi remain listening to him, having his bundle of sticks by his side in the middle of the wood... "
The martyrology of Donegal: a calendar of the saints of Ireland - Page 173
edited by - 1864 - 566 pages
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The Religious History of Ireland: Primitive, Papal and Protestant Including ...

James Godkin - Ireland - 1873 - 313 pages
...and to amuse thee for awhile." " I like this ! " exclaimed the saint. The bird then fixed his beak in the feathers of his wing. Three hundred years did Mochaoi remain this doing, having a bundle of sticks by his side in the middle of the wood, and the wood was not withered,...
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An Historical Account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, Ancient ..., Volume 1

James O'Laverty - Antrim (Northern Ireland : County) - 1878
...in Delvin, or nine hills that are in the place wherein is his church. Or Oendruim, ie one hill, is wing. Three hundred years did Mochaoi remain listening...the time did not seem to him longer than one hour of theday. The angel afterwards bade him farewell. He went then to the church, having his wattles with...
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Six Months in the Apennines; Or, A Pilgrimage in Search of Vestiges of the ...

Margaret Stokes - Art, Irish - 1892 - 313 pages
...Three songs from the tree-top, Fifty years in each song. And for thrice fifty years did Mochae stay listening to him, having his bundle of sticks by his...side, in the middle of the wood, and the wood was not withered, and the time was as an hour of the day. Then the angel departed, and Mochae returned to the...
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...thy Lord, and to amuse thee for a while." " I like this," said Mochaoi. He afterwards fixed his beak in the feathers of his wing. Three hundred years did...remain listening to him, having his bundle of sticks by bis side in the middle of the wood, and the wood was not the more withered, and the time did not seem...
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