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" I dare boldly eay, that never any particular person, either before or since, did build any stone or brick house for his private habitation, but such as have lately obtained estates, according to the course of the law of England. "
The Home and Foreign Review - Página 353
1863
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Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicus, Volumen2

Charles Vallancey - 1786
...houfe for his private habitation, butfuch as have lately obtained eftates according to the cotrrfe of the law of England. Neither did any of them in all this time, plant any garden or orchard, fettle villages or towns, or make any provifion for pofterity.— " There is at...
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Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis ...: 1. Davis, Sir J. A letter...to the Earl ...

Charles Vallencey - 1786
...houfe for his private habitation, but fuch as have lately obtained «ftates according to the courfe of the law of England. Neither did any of them in all this time, plant any garden or orchard, fettle villages or towns, or make any provifron for pofterity. — " There is at...
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - 1787 - 313 páginas
...houfe for his private habitation, but fuch as have lately obtained eftates, according to the courfc of the law of England. Neither did any of them in all this time plant any gardens or orchards, inclofe or improve their lands, live together in fettled villages or towns, nor made any provifion...
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The Stranger in Ireland: Or, A Tour in the Southern and Western Parts of ...

Sir John Carr - 1806 - 350 páginas
...person, from the conquest to the reign of James I, did " build any stone or brick house for his private habitation, but * such as have lately obtained estates according to the course of f the law of England.' The reason of this he explains in his re" port of tanistry. Baron Finglas, in...
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Observations on the State of Ireland: Principally Directed to Its ..., Volumen1

John Christian Curwen - 1818
...from the Conquest to the reign of James the First did build any stone or brick house for his private habitation, but such as have lately obtained estates according to the course of the law of England." Giraldus Cambrensis, about 1185, is the first who mentions the round towers. He calls them " ecclesiastical...
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The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Account of Time, to the Invasion ...

T. Comerford - 1826 - 328 páginas
...never any particular person, either before or since, did build any stone or brick house for his private habitation; but such as. have lately obtained estates, according to the course of the law ot England. Neither did any of them in all this time, plan! any gardens or orchards, inclose or improve...
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Southey's Common-place Book: Analytical readings

Robert Southey - 1850
...person, either before or since (the English conquest) did build any stone or brick house for his private habitation, but such as have lately obtained estates...Neither did any of them, in all this time, plant any garden, or orchard, settle villages or towns ; or make any provision for posterity." 132. P. Walsh...
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A Collection of Tracts and Treatises Illustrative of the Natural ..., Volumen1

1860 - 1270 páginas
...since, did builde anie stone or bricke house for his private Habitation ; but such as have latelie obtained estates, according to the course of the Law...their Lands, live together in settled Villages or Townes, nor made any provision for posterity: which being against all common sense and reason, must...
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A Collection of Tracts and Treatises Illustrative of the Natural ..., Volumen1

1860
...Habitation ; but such as have latelie obtained estates, according to the course of the Law of Enyland. Neither did any of them in all this time, plant any...their Lands, live together in settled Villages or Townes, nor made any provision for posterity : which being against all common sense and reason, must...
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The new hand-book of Ireland, by J. Godkin and J.A. Walker

James Godkin, John A. Walker - 1871 - 80 páginas
...never any particular person, either before or since, did build any stone or brick house for his private habitation, but such as have lately obtained estates...Neither did any of them, in all this time, plant any garden or orchard.' ' There is at this day,' says Sir William Petty, ' no monument, or real argument,...
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