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" ... imaginable, and not much unlike the vulgar Irish. They talk to him of the best fruits their country doth afford, telling him that he might have eaten of them as much as he would. They put him in mind of the love his family had for him, and his reputation... "
Journal - Seite 17
von Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1859
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1860
...And not much unlike y* vulgar l»ish. They talk to him of the best Fruits their Country doth aflbrd, telling him that he might have eaten of them as much...power to prevent it. As for example : — They tell him, Thou might'st have lived so well, and made so good cheer. Thou dids't want neither Manioc, nor...
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Traces of the Elder Faiths of Ireland: A Folklore Sketch; a Handbook ..., Band 1

William Gregory Wood-Martin - 1902
...to which they add the most ridiculous and nonsensical discourses imaginable, and not much unlike the vulgar Irish. They talk to him of the best fruits...him in mind of the love his family had for him, and his reputation, Ac., reproaching him, above all, for dying, as if it had been in his power to prevent...
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Irish literature

Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Charles Welsh, Douglas Hyde, Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche - 1904
...to which they add the most ridiculous and nonsensical discourse imaginable, and not much unlike the vulgar Irish. They talk to him of the best fruits...him in mind of the love his family had for him, and his reputation, etc., reproaching him, above all, for dying, as if it had been in his power to prevent...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1860
...to which they add the most ridiculous and nonsensicall discourses imaginable. And not much unlike y* vulgar Irish. They talk to him of the best Fruits...power to prevent it. As for example : — They tell him, Thou might'st have lived so well, and made so good cheer. Thou dids't want neither Manioc, nor...
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