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" Munster; for, notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country, full of corn and cattle, that you would' have thought they should have been able to stand long, yet ere one year and a half they were brought to such wretchedness, as that... "
Some traditionall memorialls on the reign of Queene Elizabeth [by Francis ... - Page 115
by Walter Scott - 1811
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A View of the State of Ireland: As it was in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth ...

Edmund Spenser - Ireland - 1763 - 258 pages
...fufficiently exampled in thefe late Wais of Mounfter ; for notwithftanding that the fame was a moft rich and plentiful Country, full of Corn and Cattle, that you would have thought they fhould have been able to ftand long, yet ore one Year and ah^lf they were brought to fuch wretchednefs,...
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An Impartial History of Ireland from the Period of the English ..., Volume 1

Dennis Taaffe - Ireland - 1809
...their Irish auxiliaries, the benefits of which to the province of Munster Spencer thus sketched. " Notwithstanding that the same was a most rich, and plentiful country, full of corn and cattle. — Yet, ere one year and a half, they were brought to such wretchedness, as that any stony heart would...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the ...

John Curry - 1810
...calamities brought on the people of Muntter by this war, is really shocking. " Notwithstanding," says he, " that the same was a most rich, and plentiful country, full of corn and cattle.— Yet, ere one year and a-half, they were brought to such wretchedness, a* that any stony heart would...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland: From the ...

John Curry - Catholic emancipation - 1810 - 660 pages
...calamities brought on the people of Munster by this war, is really shocking. " Notwithstanding," says he, " that the same was a most rich, and plentiful country, full of corn and cattle.— Yet, ere one year and a-half, they were brought to such wretchedness, as that anv stony heart would...
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annals of ireland

the rev john graham - 1817
...i most rich and plentiful country, full of corn and cattle, that ene would have thought the Rebels should have been able to stand long, yet ere one year and a half, they were brought to such wretchedness, as that any stony heart would have rued the same. Out...
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Vindiciæ Hibernicæ: Or, Ireland Vindicated:: An Attempt to Develop and ...

Mathew Carey - Ireland - 1819 - 500 pages
...late warres of Munster ; for notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful countrey, full of corn and cattle, that you would have thought they should have been able to stand long, yet in one yeare and a halfe they were brought to such wretchednesse, as that any stony heart would have...
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Travels in Ireland in the Year 1822: Exhibiting Brief Sketches of the Moral ...

Thomas Reid - Ireland - 1823 - 375 pages
...and destructive warfare, " 1 saw sufficiently exampled in these late FAMINE. 57 wars of M mister ; for notwithstanding that the same was a most rich...been able to stand long ; yet, ere one year and a half, they were brought to such wretchedness, as that any stony heart would have rued the same. Out...
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Vindiciae Hibernicae, Or, Ireland Vindicated: An Attempt to Develop and ...

Mathew Carey - Ireland - 1823 - 512 pages
...these late warres of Munster; fer notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful countrey, full of corn and cattle, that you would have thought they should have been able to stand long, yet in one yeare and a hälfe tlmj icere brought to such wretchednesse, as that any stony heart would have...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 7

1824
...English court. Scarcely, however, had Kildare returned home and resumed the deputyship of withstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country, full of corn and caule, (.Munster more particularly is here spoken of,) yet in one year and a half (during the war carried...
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Absenteeism

Lady Morgan (Sydney) - Absentee landlordism - 1825 - 159 pages
...state of the country in which they were by law obliged to live, is thus described by Spenser ; — " Notwithstanding that the same was a most rich and plentiful country, full of corn and cattle, (Munster more particularly is here speken of,) yet in one year and a half (during the war carried on...
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