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" In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions, thirty thousand Protestants left Ulster for a land where there was no legal robbery, and where those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest. "
The Pathfinders of Jefferson County - Page 100
by William Hocking Hunter - 1898 - 406 pages
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1874
...at which the stream was flowing the colonies would soon have no need of British and Irish imports. In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions,...where those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest. They went with bitterness in their hearts, cursing and detesting the aristocratic system of which the...
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The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 2

James Anthony Froude - British - 1874
...at which the stream was flowing the colonies would soon have no need of British and Irish imports. In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions,...where those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest. They went with bitterness in their hearts, cursing and detesting the aristocratic system of which the...
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The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 2

James Anthony Froude - British - 1874 - 519 pages
...•** two years which followed the Antrim evictions, thirty thousand Protestants left Ulster for aland where there was no legal robbery, and where those who sowed the! seed could reap the harvest. They went with bitterness in their hearts, cursing and detesting the aristocratic system of which the...
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Scotch and Irish Seeds in American Soil: The Early History of the Scotch and ...

James Geddes Craighead - Presbyterian Church - 1878 - 348 pages
...to leave a country in which they had been so cruelly dealt with. " In the two years," says Froude, " which followed the Antrim evictions, thirty thousand...who sowed the seed could reap the harvest. . . . The south and west were caught by the same movement, and ships could not be found to carry the crowds who...
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Ohio Archæological and Historical Publications, Volume 6

Archaeology - 1900
...of Virginia previously. Francis Makemie organized the first Presbyterian church in America in 1683, thanks to the tolerance of the Catholics who had colonized...but only for a brief period, for it again began in 1729 and for twenty years twelve thousand people annually came from- Ulster to America, landing principally...
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The Scotch-Irish in America: Proceedings and Addresses of the Scotch-Irish ...

Scotch-Irish Society of America - Scots-Irish - 1889
...their influence, shaped in a great measure the destinies of America. Says the historian Fronde : " In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions,...those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest." Alarmed by the depletion of the Protestant population, the Toleration Act was passed, and by it, and...
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The Scotch-Irish in America: Proceedings of the Scotch-Irish Congress

Scots-Irish - 1889
...their influence, shaped in a great measure the destinies of America. Says the historian Froude : " In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions,...those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest." Alarmed by the depletion of the Protestant population, the Toleration Act was passed, and by it, and...
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The Scotch-Irish Congress in America: Proceedings of the Scotch-Irish ...

1889 - 210 pages
...through their influence, shaped in a great measure the destinies of America. Says the historian Froude : "In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions,...those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest." Alarmed by the depletion of the Protestant population, the Toleration Act was passed, and by it, and...
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Genealogy: Strobridge Morrison Or Morison Strawbridge

Mary A. Stiles Paul Guild - 1891 - 299 pages
...inhabitants who were of more value to Ireland than California gold mines." And Froude states that in two years which followed the Antrim evictions thirty...those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest." The emigration continued with more or less fluctuation until 1774. Doctor Baird, in his " History of Religion...
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The Scotch-Irish in America: Proceedings and Addresses of the Scotch-Irish ...

Scotch-Irish Society of America - Scots-Irish - 1897
...their utmost against the Ulster settlement. In the two years which followed the Antrim evictions, 1772, thirty thousand Protestants left Ulster for a land...those who sowed the seed could reap the harvest." Thus far Mr. Froude. Reid says of about the year 1725: " Large exactions of rents toward the second...
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