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" Henry's deputy; I am his foe; I have more mind to conquer than to govern, to meet him in the field than to serve him in office. "
Lives of illustrious ... Irishmen, ed. by J. Wills - Page 441
by Irishman - 1841
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A General History of Ireland: From the Earliest Accounts to the ..., Volume 1

John Huddlestone Wynne - Ireland - 1773 - 371 pages
...deltructior-. Therefore fave yourfelves from us, as from oper; enemies. I am none of Henry's deputies, I am his foe ; I have more mind to conquer than to govern-, to meet him in the field, than to ferve him in office. If all the hearts of England and Ireland that have cauie thereto would join in...
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A Compleat History of Ireland, from the Earliest Accounts to the ..., Volume 1

John Huddlestone Wynne - Ireland - 1774
...deftru&ion. Therefore fave yburfelves from us, as from open enemies. I am none of Henry's deputies, I am his foe ; I have more mind to conquer than to govern ; to meet him in the field, than to ferve him in office. If all the hearts of England and Ireland that have caufe thereto would join in...
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The History of the Kingdom of Ireland: Being an Account of All the Battles ...

R. B. - Ireland - 1811 - 145 pages
...yourselves, therefore, from us, as from declared enemies. I am none of King Henry's deputy, I am his mortal foe; I have more mind to conquer than to govern, to meet him in the field, than to serve him as an officer : if all the hearts in England and Ireland, who have cause so to do, would join in this...
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Peerage of England. ...

Arthur Collins - 1812
...destruction. Therefore save yourselves from us, as from open enemies : I am none of Henry's deputies, I am his foe : I have more mind to conquer than to...in the field, than to serve him in office: if all the hearts of England and Ireland, that have Cause thereto, would join in this quarrel (as I hope they...
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Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh: For a Period of 1373 Years ...

James Stuart - Armagh (Northern Ireland) - 1819 - 651 pages
...destruction. Therefore save yourselves from us, as from open enemies. I am none of Henry's deputies, I am his foe. I have more mind to conquer than to...in the field, than to serve him in office. If all the hearts of England and Ireland that have cause thereto, would join in this quarrel (as I hope they...
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True stories from the history of Ireland

John James McGregor - Ireland - 1829 - 412 pages
...from us as from your open enemies. I am no longer Henry's deputy, 1 am his foe. I am more disposed to meet him in the field, than to serve him in office; I have more mind PRIMATE CROMElt. 101 • to conquer than to govern ; and if all the hearts of England...
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The Dublin Literary Gazette, Or Weekly Chronicle of Criticism, Belles ...

English literature - 1830
...yourselves from us as from your open enemies. I am no longer Henry's deputy, I am Ms foe. I am more disposed to meet him in the field, than to serve him in office ; I have more mind to conquer than to govern ; and if all the hearts of England and Ireland that have...
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The Dublin Penny Journal, Volume 1

Ireland - 1832
...Geraldine's blood. Therefore, save yourselves from us as from open enemies. I am none of Henry's Deputies — I am his foe. I have more mind to conquer than to...meet him in the field, than to serve him in office." The irritation of the incensed lord was not assuaged by the speech that archbishop Allen made to >tny...
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Specimens of the early native poetry of Ireland, in English metrical ...

Henry Riddell Montgomery - 1846
...bathed in the Geraldines' blood. I am now none of Henry's deputies—I am his foe. I have more mind to meet him in the field than to serve him in office." AVhile the other lords remained mute and astonished at the chivalrous temerity of the young Geraldine,...
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The popular history of England, Volume 2

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...destruction. Therefore save yourselves from us, as from open enemies. 1 am none of Henry's deputy — I am his foe. I have more mind to conquer than to...him in the field than to serve him in office. If all the hearts of England and Ireland, that have cause thereto, would join in • State Papera, vol. ii....
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