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" Every inconsiderable party, who, under the pretence of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel the adversary in some particular district, became pestilent enemies to the inhabitants. Their properties, their lives, the chastity of their families,... "
Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ... - Page 300
by William Sampson - 1807 - 448 pages
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Memoirs of Captain Rock [pseud.]: The Celebrated Irish Chieftain. With Some ...

Thomas Moore - Botany Bay (N.S.W.) - 1824 - 311 pages
...effects of anarchy were the natural consequences. Every inconsiderable party, •who, under pretence -of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel...pestilent enemies to the inhabitants. Their properties, flew to ajrnis under the command of a chieftain of my family, and, as the proffered handle of the sword...
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Autobiographies: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 33

Autobiographies - 1832
...that day just what we have seen them in ours. " Every inconsiderable party, who, under the pretence of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel...horrible excesses purchased the curse of God and man." Such was the persecution of the Irish during four hundred years prior to the reformation of the religion...
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Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 33

1832
...that day just what we have seen them in ours. " Every inconsiderable party, who, under the pretence of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel...horrible excesses purchased the curse of God and man." Such was the persecution of the Irish during four hundred years prior to the reformation of the religion...
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Memoirs of William Sampson; written by himself. With an intr. and notes, by ...

William Sampson - 1832
...that day just what we have seen them in ours. " Every inconsiderable party, who, under the pretence of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel...horrible excesses purchased the curse of God and man." Such was the persecution of the Irish during four hundred years prior to the reformation of the religion...
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The works of Thomas Moore, Volume 11

Thomas Moore - 1832
...anarchy, were the natural consequences. Every inconiiderable party, who, under pretence of lay ally, received the king's commission to repel the adversary,...the chastity of their families, were all exposed to these barbarians." A historian of the Rebellion of i798 might transfer this passage to his page with...
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History of Ireland: From the Anglo-Norman Invasion Till the Union ..., Volume 2

William Cooke Taylor - Ireland - 1833
...effects of anarchy were the natural consequences. Every inconsiderable party who under the pretence of loyalty received the king's commission to repel...their brutal passions, and by their horrible excesses to purchase the curse of God and man." And Sir John Davies further observes, that " this crying shme...
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A Memoir on Ireland Native and Saxon

Daniel O'Connell - Great Britain - 1843
...• commission to repel the adversary in some par. 'ticular district, BECAME PESTILENT ENEMIES то ' THE INHABITANTS. Their properties, their lives, ' THE CHASTITY OF THEIR FAMILIES, were all ex' posed to barbarians, who sought only to glut '" their brutal passions ; and by their horrible ex,...
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A Memoir on Ireland Native and Saxon

Daniel O'Connell - Great Britain - 1843
...effects of anarchy, were the natural ' consequences. Every inconsiderable party, who, ' under pretence of loyalty, received the King's ' commission to repel the adversary in some par' ticular district, BECAME PESTILENT ENEMIES то ' THE INHABITANTS. Their properties, their lives,...
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History of Ireland and the Irish People: Under the Government of England

Samuel Smiles - Ireland - 1844 - 484 pages
...exactions, cruelty, rapine, and insult. " Kvery inconsiderable party," says Lcland, "who, under pretence of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel...their lives, the chastity of their families, were 11 exposed to these barbarians." •f-" The general war-cry of the native Irish was 'Farrah ! FarrahT...
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review

1849
...tremendous effects of anarchy were the natural consequences. Every inconsiderable party who, under pretence of loyalty, received the king's commission to repel...the chastity of their families, were all exposed to these barbarians. " The great English settlers found it more for their interest that a free course...
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