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" if the English would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor in warre roote them out by the sword, must they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their sides to the worlde's end? "
Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ... - Page 297
by William Sampson - 1807 - 448 pages
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1787 - 313 pages
...Englifh would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor could in war root them out by the fword ; muft they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their fides, till the world's end ? and fo the conqueft never be brought to perfection. But on the other...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland ..., Volume 1

John Curry - Ireland - 1793
...Ehglim would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor in war root them out by the fword, muf t they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their fides, to the world's end ?" On the other hand, that thefe people merited far different treatment from...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland: From the ...

John Curry - Catholic emancipation - 1810 - 660 pages
...barbarous manner ? In a word, if the English would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor in war root them out by the sword, must they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their sides, to the world's end ?" On the other hand, that these people merited far different treatment from the crown...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the ...

John Curry - 1810
...barbarous manner ? In a word, if the English would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor in war root them out by the sword, must they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their sides, to the world's end ?" On the other hand, that these people merited far different treatment from the crown...
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The History of Ireland: From Its Invasion Under Henry II. to Its ..., Volume 1

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1812
...?" and, " in a word, if the English would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor in war root them out by the sword, must they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their sides, till the world's end ?" Dav Disc. The Reign of Edtcard I. diction over them. They exercised all manner...
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The History of Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the Present ..., Volume 1

Stephen Barlow - Ireland - 1814 - 524 pages
...flod, in a word, if the English would .neither Jn peace govern, them by the law, nor in i-war root them out by the sword, must they not ; needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their -.aides, till the world. : s end,?'' i Such was the state of the Irish people in the .seventeenth century,...
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, Volume 34

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1816
...John Davis, ' that if the English would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor could in war root them out by the sword, must they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their sides till the world's end? " There can never be unity and concord in any kingdom but where there is but...
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, Volume 34

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1816
...English would neither' in peace govern them by the law, nor could in war root them out by the sword, most they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and thorns in their sides till the world's end? " There can never be unity and concord in any kingdom but where there is but...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ...

William Sampson - Electronic books - 1817 - 432 pages
...commerce with any civill men, nor enter into any towne or city without perill of their lives, whether should they flie but into the woods and mountaines,...it was no felony to kill a mere Irishman in . time qf peace." By the 4th chapter of the statutes made at Trim, 25 Hen. VI. (AD 1447) it w/as enacted,...
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Reflections on the State of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century: The ...

Ireland - Ireland - 1822 - 276 pages
...where he says, " if the English would neither in peace govern them by the law, nor could in war root them out by the sword ; must they not needs be pricks in their eyes, and horns in their sides, till the world's end ; and so the conquest never Lordship's impressions ; yet...
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