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" We might be disposed, trusting to Irish traditions respecting the islands, to accept these people as representatives of the Firbolgs, had not Cromwell, that upsetter of all things Hibernian, left in Aranmore a small English garrison who subsequently apostatised... "
Journal - Page 273
by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1895
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Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Volume 2

Antiquities - 1893
...with very few exception?; the hair of various colours, but usually dark brown. We might Indisposed, trusting to Irish traditions respecting the islands,...representatives of the Firbolgs, had not Cromwell, that upsctter of all things Hibernian, left in Aranmore a small English garrison, who subsequently apostatised...
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Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy

Royal Irish Academy - Engineering - 1893
...eyes light, with very few exoeptions; ┐ . the heir of various colom┐e, but nauall┐r dark brown. We - might be ┐ ┐ disposed, trusting to Irish traditions respecting the islands, to aooe┐t - , S these people as tep*eeentatives of the Firbolga, had not Oromwell, ┐S peetter of- -all...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 267

Early English newspapers - 1889
...Irish traditions respecting the islands, to accept these vpeople as representatives of the Firbolg, had not Cromwell, that upsetter of all things Hibernian,...natives, and so vitiated the Firbolgian pedigree." However this may be, it seems to have been pretty clearly established that these stone forts date from...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 267

English periodicals - 1889
...exceptions, the hair of various colours, but usually dark brown." " We might be disposed," he adds, " trusting to Irish traditions respecting the islands, to accept these people as representatives of the Firbolg, had not Cromwell, that upsetter of all things Hibernian, left in Aranmore a small English...
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Illustrated Guide to the Northern, Western, and Southern Islands, and Coast ...

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - Clare (Ireland) - 1905 - 172 pages
...exceptions ; the hair of various colours, but usually dark-brown. We might be disposed, trusting to 1 rish traditions respecting the islands, to accept these...Aranmore a small English garrison who subsequently lapsed to Catholicism, intermarried with the natives, and so vitiated the Kirbolgian pedigree.'" There...
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Black's Guide to Ireland: Illustrated with Maps and Plans

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - Ireland - 1906 - 383 pages
...pampooties," and relics of ancient customs will attract notice. " We might he disposed," says Dr. Beddoe, " trusting to Irish traditions respecting the islands,...natives, and so vitiated the Firbolgian pedigree." Dr. Petrie describes them as of a generally high moral character. From the Steamer Pier we turn left...
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A Man who Does Not Exist: The Irish Peasant in the Work of W.B. Yeats and J ...

Deborah Fleming - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 224 pages
...its occupation for over a hundred years by English soldiers. In 1885, historian John Beddoe wrote: We might be disposed, trusting to Irish traditions...islands, to accept these people as representatives of the Firbolg, had not Cromwell, that upsetter of all things Hibernian, left in Aranmore a small English...
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