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" Irish, for they used to lay bonaght upon their people, and never gave their soldier any other pay. But when the English had learned it, they used it with more insolence, and made it more intolerable... "
The Home and Foreign Review - Página 353
1863
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Historical Tracts

Sir John Davies - 1787 - 313 páginas
...pleafure of the foldier ; who, as the phrafe of the Scripture is, " did, eat up the " people as it were bread ;" for that he had no other entertainment. This extortion was originally originally IrifiV, for they ufed to lay bonaght upon their people, and never gave their folTfie mil-...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - 1805 - 479 páginas
...and pleasure of the soldier, who, as the phrase of Scrip" ture is, did eate up the people as it were bread, for that he had " no other entertainment. This...the English had " learned it, they used it with more insolency and made it more " intolerable ; for this oppression was not temporary, or limited " either...
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Parliamentary logick: to which are subjoined two speeches, delivered in the ...

William Gerard Hamilton - 1808 - 253 páginas
...will and pleasure of the soldier, who, as the phrase of scripture is, did eat up the people as it were bread ; for that he had no other entertainment. This...was originally Irish; for they used to lay bonaght [free-quarter, or commutation for it in money,] upon their people, and never gave their soldier any...
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Parliamentary Logick: To which are Subjoined Two Speeches, Delivered in the ...

William Gerard Hamilton - 1808 - 253 páginas
...will and pleasure of the soldier, who, as the phrase of scripture is, did eat vp the people as it were bread ; for that he had no other entertainment. This extortion was originally Irish j for they used to lay tonag/it [free-quarter, or commutation for it 'in money,] upon their people,...
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An Impartial History of Ireland from the Period of the English ..., Volumen1

Dennis Taaffe - 1809
...and pleasure of the soldier, who, as the phrase of Scripture is, did eate up the people as it were bread, for that he had no other entertainment. This...originally Irish, for they used to lay bonaght upon the people, and never f ave their soldier any other pay. But when the English had learned it, they...
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An Impartial History of Ireland, from the Period of the English ..., Volumen1

Dennis Taaffe - 1811
...no other entertainment. This extortion was originally Irish, for they used to lay bonaght upon the people, and never gave their soldier any other pay. But when the English had learnt it, they used it with more insolency and made it more intolerable; for this oppression was not...
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The History of Ireland: From Its Invasion Under Henry II. to Its ..., Volumen1

Francis Plowden - 1812
...and pleasure of the soldier, who, as the phrase of Scripture is, did eale up the people as it were bread, for that he had no other entertainment. This...extortion was originally Irish, for they used to lay lonaglU upon their people, and never gave their soldier any other pay. But when the English had learned...
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The History of Ireland, from the Earliest Period to the Present ..., Volumen1

Stephen Barlow - 1814 - 524 páginas
...and pleasure of the soldier, who, as the phrase of Scripture is, did eate up tie people as it were bread, for that he had no other entertainment. This...extortion was originally Irish, for they used to lay bonugkt upon their people, and never gave their soldiers any other pay. But when the English had learned...
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Clontarf, a Poem

William Hamilton Drummond - 1822 - 83 páginas
...destroyed the very kingdom of Beelztibub." " This extortion was originally Irish, for they used to lav Bonaght upon their people, and never gave their soldier...for this oppression was not temporary, or limited eit her to place or time; but because there was every where a continual war, either offensive or defensive,...
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The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Account of Time, to the Invasion ...

T. Comerford - 1826 - 328 páginas
...the people as it were bread; for that he had no other entertainment. This extortion was origl.'idily Irish, for they used to lay bonaght upon their people, and never gave their soldiers any other pay. But when the English bad learned it, they used it with more insolence, and...
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