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" ... of Lords, but had previously made a communication to his excellency the Lord Lieutenant. He admitted he had visited a man who was a treasonable character, but he did so as a professional duty, as the man was very poor and sick ; and he had always... "
Sketches of Ireland Sixty Years Ago - Page 163
by John Edward Walsh - 1847 - 198 pages
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The Dublin university magazine, Volume 27

1846
...with him a third person to be present, lest there should be any misrepresentation of his motives. lie added, that when the French invaded this country,...one entertaining those principles with which this examination appears to try to connect me." A Mr. Kerns, a pupil of Dr. Stokes, stood forward and earnestly...
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Ireland sixty years ago

John Edward Walsh - 1851
...man was very poor and sick ; and he had always brought with him a third person, to be present, lest there should be any misrepresentation of his motives....one entertaining those principles with which this examination appears to try to connect me." A Mr. Kerns, a pupil of Dr. Stokes, stood forward and earnestly...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of ..., Volume 2

James Roderick O'Flanagan - Judges - 1870
...said, in a tone of offended dignity that won sympathy from every high-spirited gentleman present, 'this was not the conduct of a disaffected man, nor of one entertaining those principles with which this CHAP, examination appears to try and connect me ! ' ' .' Lord Clare felt the rebuke, and told Dr. Stokes...
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Irish literature

Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Charles Welsh, Douglas Hyde, Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche - English literature - 1904
...man was very poor and sick; and he had always brought with him a third person, to be present, lest there should be any misrepresentation of his motives....one entertaining those principles with which this examination appears to try to connect me." A Mr. Kerns, a pupil of Dr. Stokes, stood forward, and earnestly...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1846
...man was very poor and sick ; and he had always brought with him a third person to be present, lest there should be any misrepresentation of his motives....one entertaining those principles with which this examination appears to try to connect me.'' A Mr. Kerns, a pupil of Dr. Stokes, stood forward and earnestly...
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