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" God had sent to be that comfort and delight their souls and hearts most desired ; and they welcomed him with all the expressions and signs of joy, every one throwing upon him wheat and salt, an ancient ceremony used in that province upon the election... "
Pacata Hibernia: Or, A History of the Wars in Ireland During the Reign of ... - Page 134
by Sir Thomas Stafford, George Carew Earl of Totnes - 1896
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Pacata Hibernia: Or, A History of the Wars in Ireland, During the ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Stafford - Ireland - 1810
...the Towne, there was a mighty concourse of people, insomuch as all the Streets, Doores and Windowes, yea the very Gutters and tops of the Houses were so...them, as if they came to see him, whom God had sent to beethat Comfort and Delight, their soules and hearts most desired, and they welcomed him with all the...
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Pacata Hibernia: Ireland appeased and reduced : or, A History of ..., Volume 1

Sir Thomas Stafford, George Carew Totnes (Earl of) - History - 1821 - 708 pages
...Towne, there was a mighty concourse of people, inso'. much as all the Streets, Doores and Windawes, yea the very Gutters and tops of the Houses were so...them, as if they came to see him, whom God had sent to bee that Comfort and Delight, their soules and hearts most desired, and they welcomed him with all...
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Rambles in the south of Ireland during the year 1838, Volume 2

Lady Georgiana Chatterton - Ireland - 1839
...Afterwards " the Great Earl of Cork." course of people, insomuch, as all the streets, doores, and windowes, yea the very gutters and tops of the houses were so...them, as if they came to see him whom God had sent to bee that comfort and delight their soules and hearts most desired, and they welcomed him with all the...
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The Last Earl of Desmond: A Historical Romance of 1599-1603 ...

Charles Bernard Gibson - Ireland - 1854
...town, there was a mighty concourse of people, insomuch that all the streets, doores, and windowes, yea the very gutters and tops of the houses were so filled by them, as if they came to see him whom God had sent to bee that comfort and delight their souls and...
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The last earl of Desmond [by C.B. Gibson].

Charles Bernard Gibson, James Fitz-Thomas (17th earl of Desmond.) - 1854
...town, there was a mighty concourse of people, insomuch that all the streets, doores, and windowes, yea the very gutters and tops of the houses were so filled by them, as if they came to see him whom God had sent to bee that comfort and delight their souls and...
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History of the Catholic archbishops of Dublin, since the Reformation

Patrick Francis Moran (card, abp. of Sydney.) - 1864
...entry into the town, " there was a mighty concourse of people," says sir George Carew, " insomuch that all the streets, doors, and windows ó yea, the very...houses, were so filled with them, as if they came to see one whom God had sent to be that comfort^ and delight which their hearts and souls most desired ; and...
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Journal

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - Ireland - 1873
...the Towne, there was a mighty concourse of people, insomuch as all the Streets, Doores, and windowes, yea the very gutters and tops of the Houses were so...them, as if they came to see him, whom God had sent to bee that Comfort and Delight, their soŻles and hearts most desired, and they welcomed him with all...
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The Irish Monthly, Volume 5

1877
...evening ; and by the way and at their entry into the town there was a concurrence of people, insomuch as all the streets, doors, and windows, yea, the very...him whom God had sent to be that comfort and delight to their hearts and souls most desired ; and they welcomed him with all the expressions of joy, every...
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The Irish Monthly, Volume 5

1877
...evening ; and by the way and at their entry into the town there was a concurrence of people, insomuch as all the streets, doors, and windows, 'yea, the...him whom God had sent to be that comfort and delight to their hearts and souls most desired ; and they welcomed him with all the expressions of joy, every...
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A Compendium of Irish Biography: Comprising Sketches of Distinguished ...

Alfred Webb - Ireland - 1878 - 598 pages
...was received with wild enthusiasm by the people, "insomuch as all the streets, doores, and windowes, yea, the very gutters and tops of the houses, were so filled with them." This enthusiasm, however, completely died away when he was seen to attend the Protestant service ó...
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