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" ... west parts of the world ; the long inlets of many navigable rivers, and so many great lakes and fresh ponds within the... "
Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ... - Page 280
by William Sampson - 1807 - 448 pages
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A Philosophical Survey of the South of Ireland: In a Series of Letters to ...

Thomas Campbell - Electronic book - 1777 - 476 pages
...and frefh ponds within the land, as the like are not to be feen in any part of Europe ; and laftly, the bodies and minds of the people endued with extraordinary abilities of nature." After confidering all this, yet feeing at the fame time that the greater, and certainly thebeft part...
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - Ireland - 1787 - 313 pages
...net to be feen in any part of Europe) the rich nfhings, and wild fowl fowl of all kinds ; and laftly, the bodies and minds of the people, endued with extraordinary abilities of nature. The obfervation whereof hath bred in me fome curiofity, to confider, what were the true caufes why...
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Strictures on the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Ireland:: From the ...

Thomas Campbell - Ireland - 1789 - 418 pages
...have obferved the good temperature of the air, the fruitfulnefs of the foyle, the &c. &c. and laftly, the bodies and minds of the people, endued with extraordinary abilities of nature. Sir. JOHN DAVIS. Ireland is a kingdom, gifted with the choiceft dowries of nature. LORD VEKULAM. If...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - Ireland - 1805 - 479 pages
...long inlets of many navigable rivers ; and so " many great lakes and fresh ponds within the lunds, as the like " are not to be scene in any part of Europe...the " people, endued with extraordinary abilities of naturef.'' Dr. Leland, whose History of Ireland claims classical preeminence amongst the modern productions...
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The Irish magazine, and monthly asylum for neglected biography. Feb.-Nov ...

1810
...in any part of Europe ; the rich ji^hings, and wilde fowle of all kinds ; and, lastly the bi,il:cs and minds of the people, endued with extraordinary abilities of nature." Now, in these fruitfulness of soil, these fishing and hunting grounds, and 4< thete tommodiout teats for habitations...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ...

William Sampson - Electronic books - 1817 - 432 pages
...for trafficke into all west parts of the world; the long inlets of many navigable rivers; and so many great lakes and fresh ponds within the lands, as the...the mortar," maistered by the sword, and broken by warre, and deprived of every benefit of justice, save her sword; for of that attribute, justice has...
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Autobiographies: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 33

Autobiographies - 1832
...navigable rivers, and so many great lakes and fresh ponds within the lands, as the like are not to be seene in any part of Europe ; the rich fishings, and wilde...the mortar, maistered by the sword, and broken by warre," and deprived of every benefit of justice, save her sword ; for of that attribute, justice has...
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The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Account of Time, to the Invasion ...

T. Comerford - Ireland - 1826 - 328 pages
...within the land, (as the like are not to be seen in any part of Europe) the rich fishings, and wild fowl of all kinds; and lastly, the bodies and minds of...people, endued with extraordinary abilities of nature. The observation whereof hath bred in me some curiosity to consider what were the true causes why this...
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Practical Suggestions on the General Improvement of the Navigation of the ...

Thomas Steele - Catholics - 1828 - 151 pages
...land, (as the like are " not to be seen in any part of Europe); the rich " fishings, and wild fowl of all kinds; and, lastly, " the bodies and minds...endued with " extraordinary abilities of nature." — (Historical Relations). Limerick is not a town upon the western coast, but she has the advantage...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: An Irish Exile

William Sampson - Europe - 1832 - 292 pages
...navigable rivers, and so many great lakes and fresh ponds within the lands, as the like are not to be seene in any part of Europe ; the rich fishings, and wilde...the mortar, maistered by the sword, and broken by wane," and deprived of every benefit of justice, save her sword ; for of that attribute, justice has...
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