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" ... to have had a death from destitution, and never to have sent a pauper to the poorhouse. They are a handsome, courteous, and amiable people. Whatever may be said of the advantages of a mixture of races, I cannot discern anything save what makes in... "
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy - Page 767
1893
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Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1853
...were required, such a one might be found without going beyond the ready-cleft segments of the surface. The patches of vegetable soil which occur here and...sentiment. This delicacy of feeling is reflected in thiir figures, the hands and feet being small in proportion to the stature, and the gesture erect and...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 41

1853
...islanders here have had the singular good fortune never to have been visited by the potato blight j never to have had a death from destitution ; and never...small in proportion to the stature, and the gesture erectandgraceful. The population consists principally of the three families or tribes of O'Flaherty,...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1853
...races, leannot discern anything save what makes in favour of tiiese people of the pure ancient slock, when I compare them with the mixed populations of...being small in proportion to the stature, and the ijesturc erectand graceful. Thepopulation consists principally of the three families or tribes of O'Flaherty,...
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