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" ... as little in effect followed or regarded as any other private Gentleman : This true relation I the rather make, that all men may... "
Rambles in the South of Ireland During the Year 1838 - Page 293
by Lady Georgiana Chatterton - 1839
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Pacata Hibernia: Or, A History of the Wars in Ireland, During the ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Stafford - Ireland - 1810 - 270 pages
...the ruder and ignorant sort of people in that Kingdome : For from thence forward none of his Fathers followers, (except some few of the meaner sort of...overshadowed by the greatnesse of Desmond, did rather feare then wish the advancement of the young Lord : But the teueth is, his Religion, being a Protestant,...
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Pacata Hibernia: Or, A History of the Wars in Ireland, During the ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Stafford - Great Britain - 1810 - 380 pages
...the ruder and ignorant sort of people in that Kingdome : For from thence forward none of his Fathers followers, (except some few of the meaner sort of...overshadowed by the greatnesse of Desmond, did rather feare then wish the advancement of the young Lord : But the trueth is, his Religion, being a Protestant,...
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Pacata Hibernia: Or, A History of the Wars in Ireland, During the ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Stafford - Ireland - 1820 - 386 pages
...the ruder and ignorant sort of people in that Kingdome : For from thence forward none of his Fathers followers, (except some few of the meaner sort of...Mounster, who had evermore beene overshadowed by the greatnesseof Desmond, did rather feare then •wish the advancement of the young Lord: But the trueth...
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Pacata Hibernia: Ireland Appeased and Reduced : Or, A History of ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Stafford, George Carew Totnes, Earl of, Stafford,Thomas, Sir, fl. 1633 - Ireland - 1821 - 378 pages
...the ruder and ignorant sort of people in that Kingdome: For from thenceforward none of his Fathers followers, (except some few of the meaner sort of...overshadowed by the greatnesse of Desmond, did rather feare then wish the advancement of the young Lord: But the trueth is, his Religion, being a Protestant, was...
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Historiae catholicae Iberniae compendium: Domino Philippo Austriaco ...

Philip O'Sullivan-Beare - Ireland - 1850 - 412 pages
...those that, before his going to church, were so desirous to see and salute him. From thenceforward none of his father's followers, except some few of the meaner sort of freeholders, resorted unto him : but the truth is, his religion, being a Protestant, was the onley canse that had bred this coyness...
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The Irish Metropolitan Magazine. ..., Volume 2

English literature - 1858 - 734 pages
...ignorant sort of people of that kingdome. For, from thenceforward, none ofhis father's followers, except a few of the meaner sort of freeholders, resorted unto him. And the other great lords of Munster, who had evermore been overshadowed by the greatnesse of the Desmond, did rather feare than...
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History of the Catholic Archbishops of Dublin Since the Reformation

Patrick Francis Moran - Bishops - 1864 - 214 pages
...professors thereof are to the ruder and ignorant sort of people in that kingdom ; for, from thenceforward, none of his father's followers, except some few of...the meaner sort of freeholders, resorted unto him. The truth is, his religion, being a Protestant, was the only cause that bred this coyness in them all;...
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Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - Ireland - 1873 - 680 pages
...the ruder and ignorant sort of people in that kingdome : For from thenceforward none of his Fathers followers, (except some few of the meaner sort of...the other great Lords in Mounster, who had evermore been overshadowed by the greatnesse of Desmond, did rather fear than wish the advancement of the young...
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The Irish Monthly, Volume 5

Literature - 1877 - 798 pages
...and the professors thereof are to the ruder sort of people in that kingdom ; for, from thenceforth, none of his father's followers, except some few of...the meaner sort of freeholders, resorted unto him. The truth is, his religion, being Protestant, was the only cause that bred this coyness in them all;...
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Irish Monthly Magazine, Volume 5

1877 - 790 pages
...and the professors thereof are to the ruder sort of people in that kingdom ; for, from thenceforth, none of his father's followers, except some few of...the meaner sort of freeholders, resorted unto him. The truth is, his religion, being Protestant, was the only cause that bred this coyness in them all...
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