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" Patrick and by the ecclesiastics and chieftains of Erin ; for the law of nature had been quite right except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the Church and the people. "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 270
1891
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Catholic World, Volume 2

Religion - 1866
...Patrick and by the ecclesiastics and the chieftains of Erin ; for the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the church and the people. And this is the Scnckus Mor. " Nine persons were appointed to arrange this book — viz., Patrick, and...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - Great Britain - 1868
...and by the ecclesiastics and chieftains of Erin ; for the law of nature had been right, except as to the Faith and its obligations and the harmony of the Church and People. And this is the Senchus." It seems a little startling to contemplate St. Patrick in the character...
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Ancient laws of Ireland: Senchus Mór, conclusion : being the corus bescha ...

Ireland - Irish language - 1873
...pjunisenie, ocup a nutjaclic, a mmna, со taincd in the lîrehon code by the church and the CI-STHMpoets. All the law of nature was just, except the — faith...right in the church, and the church in the people. There are many things, ie there ˇч much according to the rule of Hit law of nature, mid which comes...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 21

Great Britain - 1873
...and by the ecclesiastics, and the chieftains of Erinn ; for the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith, and its obligations and the harmony of the church and the people, and this is the Senchus Mor." It might be necessary to apologise for making use of materials already accessible...
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The life of st. Patrick, apostle of Ireland. With a preliminary enquiry into ...

William Bullen Morris - 1878
...and by the ecclesiastics and by the chieftains of Erin ; for the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the Church and the people. " And this is the Senchus." — Pp. i. ix. INDEX. A. PAGE ADORATION, Plain of (see MAGH SLECHT) Aed, Bishop...
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A Short History of the Kingdom of Ireland from the Earliest Times to the ...

Charles George Walpole - Ireland - 1882 - 579 pages
...Patrick, and by the ecclesiastics and the chieftains of Erin. For the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the Church and the people." We can form some idea of the criminal branch of the Brehon law from its digested form in the Book of...
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Lectures on the Growth of Criminal Law in Ancient Communities

Richard Robert Cherry - Criminal justice, Administration of - 1890 - 123 pages
...Patrick and by the ecclesiastics and the chieftains of Erin ; for the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the Church and the people. And this is the Senchus Mor." Two points are especially to be noted in this account. In the first place,...
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Insula Sanctorum Et Doctorum: Or, Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars

John Healy - Ireland - 1890 - 638 pages
...Patrick, and by the ecclesiastics and chieftains of Erin, for the law of nature had been quite right except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the Church and the people. And this is the Senchus." This great conference took place in the year AD 438. Of course the work thus...
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The Story of an Irish Sept: Their Character & Struggle to Maintain Their ...

Nottidge Charles MacNamara - Clans - 1896 - 339 pages
...laws were confirmed by the Brehons and by St. Patrick, " for the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the Church and the people." This was the opinion of the nine persons appointed to draw up this important work, which has come down...
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A Literary History of Ireland from Earliest Times to the Present Day

Douglas Hyde - Irish literature - 1903 - 654 pages
...Patrick and by the ecclesiastics and the chieftains of Erin ; for the law of nature had been quite right, except the faith and its obligations, and the harmony of the church and the people —and this is the Seanchus Mor." 1 Vol. ip 31. M. d'Arbois de Jubainville,1 however, has shown that the Seanchus...
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