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" ... country has been conferred by successive monarchs of England upon an English colony, composed of three sets of English adventurers who poured into this country at the termination of three successive rebellions. Confiscation is their common title ;... "
The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal - Page 523
1871
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 29

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1800
...hemmed in on every fid* by the old inhabitants of the ifland, brooding over their difconteuts in fullen indignation. It is painful to me to go into this detail,...been for twenty years in a fever of intoxication, and muft be ftunned into fobriety.' p. 21. The fpeaker, we prefume, was well acquainted with the temper...
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Union Pamphlets, Volume 11

Ireland - 1800
...hemmed in on every fide by the old inhabitants of the ifland, brooding over their difcontents in fullen indignation. It is painful to me to go into this detail,...been for twenty years in a fever of intoxication, and muft be ftunned into fobriety. What then was the fecurity of the Englilh fettlers for their phyfical...
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The speech of ... John, earl of Clare ... in the House of lords of Ireland ...

John Fitzgibbon (1st earl of Clare.) - 1800
...hemmed in on every fide by the old inhabitants of the ifland, brooding over their difcontents in fallen indignation. It is painful to me to go into this detail,...been for twenty years in a fever of intoxication, and mufl be flunned into fobriety. What then was the fecurity of the Englifh fettlers for their phyfical...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 198

1903
...rebellions. Confiscation is their common title, and from the first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the island,...over their discontents in sullen indignation.' It inevitably resulted from the state of affairs thus truthfully and graphically depicted that the dispossessed...
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History of Ireland and the Irish People: Under the Government of England

Samuel Smiles - Ireland - 1844 - 484 pages
...Clare, at the Union, " is their common title ; and from their first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the island, brooding over their discontent in sullen indignation." All the evils springing out of the Conquest of Ireland have been...
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The Irish landlord since the Revolution

Patrick Lavelle - Land tenure - 1870 - 541 pages
...rebellions. Confiscation is their common title, and from the first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the island,...brooding over their discontents in sullen indignation.' " And speaking of the Cromwellian 'set of adventurers' — ' motley adventurers ' — he says : —...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1876
...rebellions. Confiscation is their common title, and from the first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the island, brooding over their discontent in sullen indignation." That is the description given by Lord Clare in the Irish House of...
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The Diocese of Killaloe from the Reformation to the Close of the Eighteenth ...

Philip Dwyer - Clare (Ireland) - 1878 - 602 pages
...rebellions. Confiscation is then* common title ; and from their first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the Island,...brooding over their discontents in sullen indignation." (Speech, p. 22. The Writer is strongly tempted to present the other side of the question, in which...
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Irish Wrongs and English Remedies

Richard Barry O'Brien - Ireland - 1887 - 270 pages
...rebellions. Confiscation is their common title ; and from the first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the island,...brooding over their discontents in sullen indignation." * In parts of Ireland — notably Tipperary and Wexford — the colonists have long since been absorbed...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 6

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Great Britain - 1887
...rebellions. Confiscation is their common title, and from their first settlement they have been hemmed in on every side by the old inhabitants of the island,...brooding over their discontents in sullen indignation.' ' In accordance with these views his uniform object was to represent the Protestant community as an...
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