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" But the labors of the Irish clergy were not confined to their own country. Their missionaries were sent to the Continent. They converted .heathens ; they confirmed believers ; they erected convents ; they established schools of learning; they taught the... "
The Token and Atlantic Souvenir: A Christmas and New Year's Present - Page 162
edited by - 1841
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 49

Books - 1774
...the labours of the Irifh clergy were not confined to their own country. Their miffionaries were fcnt to the continent. They converted heathens, they confirmed believers, they erected convents', they eftabliihed fchools of learning ; they taught the ufe of letters to the 'Saxons and Normans, they converted...
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Annual Register, Volume 16

History - 1803
...though the seminary of Armagh was but one of those numerous colleges erected in Ireland. But the labours of the Irish clergy were not confined to their own...they confirmed believers, they erected convents, they esablished schools of learning ; they taught the use of letters to the Saxons and Normans, they converted...
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The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II.: With a ..., Volume 1

Thomas Leland - Ireland - 1814
...of those numerous colleges erected in Ireland. BUT the labours of the Irish clergy were not confmed to their own country. Their missionaries were sent...instructions : and Europe with gratitude confessed the superior knowledge, the piety, the zeal, the purity of the ISLAND OF SAINTS. Such are the events on...
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Outlines of Irish History: Written for the Use of Young Persons

Harriet Catherine Egerton Countess of Ellesmere - Ireland - 1829 - 235 pages
...nations. The labours of the Irish clergy did not terminate here ; they sent missionaries to the continent; they taught the use of letters to the Saxons and Normans ; they converted the Picts to Christianity ; they established schools in Germany, and elsewhere; and Europe gratefully confessed...
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Presbytery and Not Prelacy: The Scriptural and Primitive Polity ..., Volume 2

Thomas Smyth - Presbyterian Church - 1843 - 568 pages
...dangerous and remote. They converted the heathen, and established and confirmed the wavering christians. They taught the use of letters to the Saxons and Normans. They converted the Picts. Burgundy, Germany, and other countries, received their instructions, and Europe rejoiced in the communicated...
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Presbytery & Not Prelacy the Scriptural & Primitive Polity: Proved from the ...

Thomas Smyth - Apostolic succession - 1844 - 490 pages
...dangerous and remote. They converted the heathen, and established and confirmed the wavering Christians. They taught the use of letters to the Saxons and Normans. They converted the Picts. Burgundy, Germany, and other countries, received their instructions, and Europe rejoiced in the communicated...
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Literature, Ancient and Modern: With Specimens

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Literature - 1845 - 336 pages
...so useful an institution in Ireland, as bringing great numbers together into one civil community. " A conflux of foreigners to this retired island, at...instructions ; and Europe with gratitude confessed the superior knowledge, the piety, the zeal, the purity of the ' Island of Saints.' " Such is the abstract...
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The confiscation of Ulster ... commonly called the Ulster plantation

Thomas MacNevin - 1846
...though the seminary of Armagh was but one of those numerous colleges erected in Ireland. But the labours of the Irish clergy were not confined to their own...Normans, they converted the Picts by the preaching of Cohimb-kill, one of their renowned ecclesiastics : Burgundy, Germany, and other countries received...
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The Confiscation of Ulster, in the Reign of James the First, Commonly Called ...

Thomas Macnevin - Ireland - 1846 - 260 pages
...though the seminary of Armagh was but one of those numerous colleges erected in Ireland. But the labours of the Irish clergy were not confined to their own...of learning ; they taught the use of letters to the Saxong and Normans, they converted the Picts by the preaching of Columb-kill, one of their renowned...
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History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial ..., Volume 2

1898
...time as "the period when Ireland is described as a kind of Hesperian elysium of peace and piety." " The labors of the Irish clergy were not confined to...Normans, they converted the Picts by the preaching of Columb Kill, one of their renowned ecclesiastics. Burgundy, Germany and other countries, received their...
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