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" The poor old man, fetching a deep sigh, confessed that he knew where the roll was, but that it was dearer to him than his life ; and therefore he would never deliver it out of his hands, unless my Lord Chancellor would take the like oath, that the roll... "
Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus Mór, conclusion : being the corus bescha ... - Page xxxvi
by Ireland - 1873
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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
...charge to inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man, fetching a deep figh, confefled that he knew where the roll was, but that it was dearer...therefore he would never deliver it out of his hands, unlefs rny lord chancelor would take the like oath, that the roll mould be reftored unto him again...
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Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis ...: no.I, Piers, Sir H. A chorographical ...

Charles Vallencey - Ireland - 1786
...charge to inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man. fetching a deep figh, confefled that he knew where the roll was, but that it was dearer...to him than his life, and therefore he would never de. liver it put of his hands, unlefs my lord chancelor would take the like oath, that the roll fliould...
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1787 - 313 pages
...charge to inforrrt us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man, fetching adeepfigh, confefled that he knew where the roll was, but that it was dearer...therefore he would never deliver it out of his hands, unlefs my Lord Chancellor would take the like oath, that the roll fhould be reftored unto him again...
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1787 - 313 pages
...charge to inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man, fetching a deep figh, confeffed that he knew where the roll was, but that it was dearer...to him than his life; and therefore he would never Celiver it out of his hands, unlefs my Lord Chancellor would take the like oath, that the roll fhould...
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Cambrensis eversus, seu potius Historica fides in rebus hibernicis Giraldo ...

John Lynch - GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS,1146?-1220? - 1848
...serious charge to inform us truly what was become of that roll. The poor old man, fetcliing a deep sigh, confessed that he knew where the roll was, but...it was dearer to him than his life, and therefore lie would never deliver it out of his hands, unless my Lord Chancellor would take the like oath that...
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Notices of the round towers of Ulster

Edmund Getty - Round towers - 1854 - 86 pages
...very serious charge to inform us truly what was become of that roll. The poor old man, fetehing a deep sigh, confessed that he knew where the roll was, but...than his life, and therefore he would never deliver ituout of his hands, unless my Lord Chancellor would take the like oath that the roll should be restored...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 12

Law - 1862
...very serious charge to inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man fetching a deep sigh confessed that he knew where the roll was, but...And therefore he would never deliver it out of his hand unless my Lord Chancellor would take the like oath that the roll should be restored to him again....
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The Works in Verse and Prose (including Hitherto Unpublished MSS ..., Volume 3

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1876
...very serious charge to inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man fetching a deep sigh, confessed that he knew where the roll was, but...take the like oath, that the roll should be restored unto him again : my Lord Chancellor smiling, gave him his word and his hand that he should have the...
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An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the ...

George Hill - History - 1877 - 622 pages
...inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man, fetching a deep sigh, confessed tin: he knew where the roll was, but that it was dearer to hita than his life ; and therefore he would never deliver it oet of his hands, unless my Lord Chancellor...
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The History of the Two Ulster Manors of Finagh, in the County of Tyrone, and ...

Somerset Richard Lowry-Corry Earl of Belmore - Genealogy - 1881 - 383 pages
...very serious charge to inform us truly what was become of the roll. The poor old man, fetching a deep sigh, confessed that he knew where the roll was, but...take the like oath, that the roll should be restored unto him again : my Lord Chancellor, smiling, gave him his word and his hand that he should have the...
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