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" Nothing now, my countrymen, appears necessary to secure the conquests you have already won, but an implicit obedience to the commands of your chiefs; for through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be endangered. At this eventful period,... "
History of the Insurrection of the County of Wexford, A. D. 1798: Including ... - Page 162
by Edward Hay - 1803 - 304 pages
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Memoirs of the Different Rebellions in Ireland: From the Arrival ..., Volume 2

Sir Richard Musgrave - Ireland - 1802
...been put to thofe fanguinary meafures, which of late were but too often reforted to by the creatures of government to keep the people in flavery. Nothing...appears neceflary to fecure the conquefts you have fo bravely won, but an implicit obedience to the commands of your chiefs ; for, through . a want of...
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Memoirs of the Different Rebellions in Ireland: From the Arrival ..., Volume 2

Sir Richard Musgrave - Ireland - 1802
...been put to thofe .fanguinary meafures, which of late were but too often reforted to by the creatures of government to keep the people in flavery. Nothing...appears neceflary to/ fecure the conquefts you have fo bravely won, but an implicit obedience to the commands of your chiefs ; for, through, a want of...
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A Narrative of the Sufferings and Escape of Charles Jackson, Late Resident ...

Charles Jackson (of Wexford.) - Ireland - 1802 - 89 pages
...be put to thofe fanguinary meafures, which of late were but too often reforted to by the creatures of government to keep the people in flavery. " Nothing now, my countrymen, appears neceffary to fecure the conquefts you have fo but an implicit obedience to. the ,<jQrnrna.nds of ypur...
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History of the Civil War in Ireland, Containing an Impartial ..., Volume 1

James Gordon - Ireland - 1805
...people ia ** slavery. " Nothing, now, my countrymen, appears * ' necessary to secure the conquests you have •' already won, but an implicit obedience...commands of your chiefs; for, through " a want of proper subordination and disci" pline, all may be endangered. •* At this eventful period, all Europe must...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland: From the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1806
...to keep the people in slavery. Nothing now, my countrymen, appears necessary to secure the conquests you have already won, but an implicit obedience to...commands of your chiefs ; for through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be changed. At this eventful period, all Europe must admire,...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: including particulars of his adventures in ...

William Sampson - History - 1807 - 448 pages
...to keep the people in slavery. Nothing now, my couptrymen, appears necessary to secure the conquests you have already won, but an implicit obedience to...commands of your chiefs ; for through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be changed. At this eventful period, all Europe must admire,...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ...

William Sampson - Europe - 1817 - 432 pages
...to keep the people in slavery. Nothing now, my countrymen, appears necessary to secure the conquests you have already won, but an implicit obedience to...commands of your chiefs; for through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be changed. At tins eventful period all Europe must admire, and...
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General History of the Rebellion of 1798 ... Also, a Brief Account of the ...

Patrick O'Kelly - Ireland - 1842 - 312 pages
...to keep the people in slavery. Nothing now, my countrymen, appears necessary to secure the victories you have already won, but an implicit obedience to...commands of your chiefs; for, through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be endangered. " At this eventful period, all Europe must admire,...
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General History of the Rebellion of 1798 ... Also, a Brief Account of the ...

Patrick O'Kelly - Ireland - 1842 - 312 pages
...to keep the people in slavery. Nothing now, my countrymen, appears necessary to secure the victories you have already won, but an implicit obedience to...commands of your chiefs; for, through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be endangered. " At this eventful period, all Europe must admire,...
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History of the Irish Insurrection of 1798,: Giving an Authentic Account of ...

Edward Hay - Ireland - 1847 - 432 pages
...keep the people in slavery. " Nothing now, my countrymen, appears necessary to secure the conquests you have already won, but an implicit obedience to...commands of your chiefs ; for through a want of proper subordination and discipline, all may be endangered. " At this eventful period, all Europe must admire,...
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