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" 'A prominent trait in the character of the Scotch-Irish was their ready wit . No subject was kept sacred from it; the thoughtless, the grave, the old and the young alike enjoyed it. Our fathers were serious, thoughtful men, but they lost no occasion... "
History of the Clan MacFarlane: (Macfarlane) MacFarlan, MacFarland, MacFarlin - Page 83
by Cynthia Maria Little - 1893 - 244 pages
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The History of Londonderry, Comprising the Towns of Derry and Londonderry, N. H.

Edward Lutwyche Parker - Derry (N.H.) - 1851 - 358 pages
...policy, whatever might be its effect upon their private interests. "Another prominent trait of character, was their ready wit. No subject was kept sacred from it ; the thoughtless and the grave, the old and the young, alike enjoyed it. Our fathers were serious, thoughtful men, but...
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The life of Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune

James Parton - 1855 - 442 pages
...and die at a good old ago, seems to have been no uncommon case among the original Londonderrians. _ Love of fun was one of their marked characteristics....character of the Scotch-Irish was their ready wit. TX o subject was kept sacred from it ; the thoughtless, the grave, the old, and the young, alike enjoyed...
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The Life of Horace Greeley, Editor of the New York Tribune

James Parton - GREELEY, HORACE,1811-1872 - 1855 - 442 pages
...Londonderrians. Love of fun was one of their marked characteristics. One of their descendants, the Eev. JH Morrison, has writtenó" A prominent trait in...character of the Scotch-Irish was their ready wit. Wo subject was kept sacred from it; the thoughtless, the grave, the old, and the young, alike enjoyed...
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The life of Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune

James Parton - 1855 - 442 pages
...families, and die at a good old age, seems to have been no uncommon case among the original Londonderrians. Love of fun was one of their marked characteristics. One of their descendants, the Eev. JH Morrison, has writtenó" A prominent trait in the character of the Scotch-Irish was their...
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