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When the Irishman is found outside of Ireland in another environment, he very often becomes a respected man. The economic and inte ...
For the great Gaels of Ireland
Are the men that God made mad,
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Ireland, as distinct from her people, is nothing to me; and the man who is bubbling over with love and enthusiasm for "Ireland," a ...
Notwithstanding the unaccountable apathy with which of late years the Indians have been sometimes abandoned to their enemies, it i ...
I have always considered it as treason against the great republic of human nature, to make any man's virtues the means of deceivin ...
Universal empire is the prerogative of a writer. His concerns are with all mankind, and though he cannot command their obedience, ...
The moment the very name of Ireland is mentioned, the English seem to bid adieu to common feeling, common prudence, and common sen ...
Paper is cheap, and authors need not now erase one book before they write another. Instead of cultivating the earth for wheat and ...
"I am of Ireland,
And the Holy Land of Ireland,
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History of Ireland--lawlessness and turbulency, robbery and oppression, hatred and revenge, blind selfishness everywhere--no princ ...
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