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" M'Guire out of every part of the country. The old man, seeming to be much troubled with this demand, made answer that he had such a roll in his keeping before the war, but that... "
An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the ... - Page 182
by George Hill - 1877 - 622 pages
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Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicus, Volume 1

Thomas Pownall, Edward Ledwich, James Ussher, Sir Henry Piers, Esq. Charles O'Connor, J. Davis (Sir.), W. Beauford - Law - 1786
...,— ,1 I» J i as he was fcarce able to repair unto us } when he was come, we demanded of him a fight of that ancient roll, wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guire's menfal duties did appear, but alfo the particular rents and other fervjces which were anfwered...
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Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis ...: no.I, Piers, Sir H. A chorographical ...

Charles Vallencey - Ireland - 1786
...was fent for, who lived not far from the camp, w ho was fo aged and decrcpid M 2 as as he was fcarce able to repair unto us ; when he was come, we demanded of him a fight of that ancient roll, wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guire's menfal...
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1787 - 313 pages
...decripid, as he was fcarce able to repair unto us : when ha was come, we demanded of him the fight of that ancient roll, wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guyre's menfall duties did appear, but alfo the particular rents and other fervices, which were anfwered...
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1787 - 313 pages
...O'Briflan was. fent for, who lived not far from the camp, but was fo aged and decripid, as he was fcarce able to repair unto us : when he was come, we demanded of him the fight of that ancient roll, wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guyre's menfall...
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Cambrensis eversus, seu potius Historica fides in rebus hibernicis Giraldo ...

John Lynch - GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS,1146?-1220? - 1848
...decide in my favor, when he deliberately heads one of the chapters in his work " The delay and obscarce able to repair unto us. When he was come we demanded of him a sight of that ancient roll. The old man, seeming to be much troubled with this demand, made answer...
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The Irish quarterly review

1852
...was sent for, who lived not far from the camp, but was so aged and decripid, as lie was scarce ab!t to repair unto us : when he was come, we demanded of him the tight of that ancient roll, wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guyre's mensall...
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Notices of the round towers of Ulster

Edmund Getty - Round towers - 1854 - 86 pages
...chronicler and principal Brehon of that country ; whereupon O'Brislon was sent for, but was so aged and decrepid as he was scarce able to repair unto us. When he was come, we demanded of him a sight of the ancient roll. The old man, seeming to be much troubled with this demand, made answer...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 12

Law - 1862
...for, who lived not far from the camp, but was so aged and decrepid as he was scarce able to repair to us; when he was come we demanded of him the sight...wherein as we were informed not only the certainty of M'Guyre's mensall duties did appear, but also the particular rents and other services which were answered...
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Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus Mór, conclusion : being the corus bescha ...

Ireland - Irish language - 1873
...that country ; whereupon O'Brislan. was sent for, who lived not far from the camp, who was so aged and decrepid as he wa.s scarce able to repair unto us ; when he was come, we demanded of him a sight of that ancient roll, wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guire's mensal...
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The Works in Verse and Prose (including Hitherto Unpublished MSS ..., Volume 3

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1876
...of that country : whereupon O'Brislan was sent for, who lived not far from the camp, but was so aged and decrepid, as he was scarce able to repair unto...wherein, as we were informed, not only the certainty of M'Guyre's mensall duties did appear, but also the particular rents and other services, which were answe:ed...
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