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" Joceline goes on then to relate that with this staff our Apostle collected every venemous serpent and snake in the island of Erin to the top of the mountain of Crough Phadruig, or Patrick's Hill, in the county of Mayo, and from thence precipitated them... "
The Protestant "Reformation" Part Second: Containing a List of the Abbeys ... - Page 135
by William Cobbett - 1853 - 188 pages
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 63

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1787
...collected every venomous creature in the ifland to the top of the mountain of Crua'gh Phadruig,*in the county of Mayo, and from thence precipitated them into the ocean.' The author feldom dwells on' fuch trifles. His book is chiefly filled with fadls of importance,...
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The Monthly mirror: reflecting men and manners : with strictures ..., Volume 17

Performing Arts - 1804
...apostle collected every venomous creature in the island, to the top of the mountain of Cruagh Phadruig, in the county of Mayo, and from thence precipitated them into the ocean. These tales were traditional among the Irish, from the early ages, and antecedent to the time of Joceline,...
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The Protestant "Reformation," part second: containing a list of the abbeys ...

William Cobbett - Religion - 1827 - 248 pages
...; and that one night a stranger, with a staff in his hand, came to them, whom they accommodated to the best of their power ; and that in the morning...by many authors who flourished prior to the days of Jocelioe, in the year 1185. This house and possessions were granted, 31 Elizabeth, to Edmund Fitz Alexander;...
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A history of the Protestant reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Religion - 1829 - 516 pages
...now see." Joceline goes on then to relate that with this staff our Apostle collected every venemous serpent and snake in the island of Erin to the top...were granted 31 Elizabeth, to Edmund Fitz Alexander ; rent 41. 17s. &, now worth 97/, 13s. 4d. Nunnery of St. Mary de Hogges ; founded, in the year 1146,...
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Reformation - 1829 - 516 pages
...now see." Joceline goes on then to relate that with this staff our Apostle collected every venemous serpent and snake in the island of Erin to the top...were granted 31 Elizabeth, to Edmund Fitz Alexander ; rent 41 17s. 8d., now worth 97/. 13*. 4rf. Nunnery of St. Mary de Hogges ; founded, in the year 1146,...
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 2

William Cobbett - Protestantism - 1834
...now see." Joceline goes on then to relate that with" this staff our Apostle collected every venemous serpent and snake in the island of Erin to the top...the earliest ages, being related by many authors who nourished prior to the days of Joceline, in the year 1185. This house and possessions were granted...
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Monastic Institutions: Their Origin, Progress, Nature and Tendency

Samuel Phillips Day - Monasticism and religious orders - 1855 - 295 pages
...apoftle collected every venomous creature in the ifland to the top of the mountain of Cruagh Phadring, in the county of Mayo, and from thence, precipitated them into the ocean."* We are informed by an hiftorian of no mean flanding, that after the deceafe of Thomas a Becket, the...
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Monastic Institutions: Their Origin, Progress, Nature and Tendency

Samuel Phillips Day - Monasticism and religious orders - 1855 - 295 pages
...apoftle colledted every venomous creature in the ifland to the top of the mountain of Cruagh Phadring, in the county of Mayo, and from thence, precipitated them into the ocean." * We are informed by an hiftorian of no mean flanding, that after the deceafe of Thomas a Becket, the...
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Monasticon Hibernicum, Or, A History of the Abbeys, Priories, and Other ...

Mervyn Archdall - Ireland - 1873
...Apostle collected every venemous creature in the island to the top of the mountain of Cruagh Phadruig, in the county of Mayo, and from thence precipitated them into the ocean. These tales were traditional among the Irish from the early ages and antecedent to the time of Joceline,...
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Divorce: being a defence of the American people against the charge of moral ...

Matthew Woods - Divorce - 1913 - 170 pages
...Ireland collected every venomous creature in the island to the top of the Mountain of Crevagh Phadring, in the county of Mayo, and from thence precipitated them into the sea." And this in spite of the fact that Ireland, according to the testimony of naturalists, has never...
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