The Diocese of Limerick: Ancient and Medieval (Google eBook)

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Browne & Nolan, 1906 - Ireland - 468 pages
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Page 419 - Acts, Constitutions and Offices, from time to time, as shall be thought most meet and convenient for the general good of the Colony, unto which we promise all due submission and obedience. In witness whereof we have...
Page 29 - Summer, 1906. miscellaneous Works PUBLISHED BY BROWNE & NOLAN, LIMITED. A History of the Colony of Sierra Leone,. Western Africa. With Maps and Appendices. By Major JJ CROOKS, sometime Colonial Secretary, Sierra Leone, author of " A Short History of Sierra Leone." Crown 8vo, 376 and vi. pp., cloth, 55. net. "... Readable, interesting, instructive. The volume is pro vided with Maps, and a good index, and is a mine of information on all things appertaining to Sierra Leone.
Page 67 - Alas ! many and frequent were the bright and brilliant eyes that were suffused with tears, and dimmed with grief and despair, at the separation of son from father, and daughter from mother, and brother from brother, and relatives from their race and from their tribe."1 Under such circumstances it would be hazardous to connect the
Page 222 - Knights, did exercise high justice in all points within their territories, erected courts for criminal and civil causes and for their own revenues, in the same form as the King's Courts were established at Dublin ; made their own judges, seneschals, sheriffs, coroners, and escheators, so as the King's Writ did not run in those counties, which took up more than two parts of the English colonies, but only in the Church lands lying within the same, which were called the Cross, wherein the King made...
Page 284 - ... endowed by the discretion of the ordinary, to do divine service, and to inform the people, and to keep hospitality there ; and that no religious, ie regular priest, should in anywise be made vicar in any church appropriated.
Page 68 - Erin had power to give even the milk of his cow, nor as much as the clutch of eggs of one hen in succour or in kindness to an aged man, or to a friend, but was forced to preserve them for the foreign steward or bailiff or soldier.
Page 426 - Edward, by the grace of God king of England, lord of Ireland, and duke of...
Page 72 - THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD" is a professional journal for English-speaking priests. Its essays are mainly devoted to the discussion of Theological, Philosophical, Liturgical, Rubrical, and other questions of use or interest to Ecclesiastics, but papers of a more general literary character are also included. The departments of...
Page 222 - Dublin ; made their own judges, seneschals, sheriffs, coroners, and escheators ; so as the King's writ did not run in those counties (which took up more than two parts of the English colonies), but only in the church lands lying within the same, which were called the
Page 222 - These absolute palatines made barons and knights; did exercise high justice in all points within their territories; erected courts for criminal and civil...

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