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" Prince of Leinster, has been received into the bosom of our grace and benevolence : wherefore, whosoever, within the ample extent of our territories, shall be willing to lend aid towards this prince as our faithful and liege subject, let such person know... "
The History of Ireland: Commencing with Its Earliest Period, to the Great ... - Page 249
by Thomas Moore - 1843
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A History of the City and County of Cork

Mary Francis Cusack - Cork (Ireland : County) - 1875 - 588 pages
...wherefore, whosoever, within the ample extent of our territories, shall be willing to lend aid towards this prince as our faithful and liege subject, let...that we do hereby grant to him for said purpose our licence and favour." In this document there is not even the most remote reference to the Bull of Adrian,...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1880
...As soon aa the present letters shall come to your hands, know that Dermot, Prince of Lcinster, haa been received into the bosom of our grace and benevolence....Wherefore whosoever, within the ample extent of our territorios, shall bo willing to lend aid towards the restoration of this prince, as our faithful and...
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The Irish problem and how to solve it, an historical and critical review of ...

Irish problem - 1881
...among the nobles, he said : " As soon as the present letter shall come to your hands, know that Dermot, Prince of Leinster, has been received into the bosom...territories, shall be willing to lend aid towards this prince as our faithful and liege subject, let such person know that we do hereby grant to him...
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Epochs and episodes of history

Epochs - 1882
...the nobles, he said : '' As soon as the present letter shall come to your hands, know that Dermot, Prince of Leinster, has been received into the bosom...grace and benevolence: wherefore, whosoever within our territories shall be willing to lend aid towards this prince as our faithful and liege subject,...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1884
...dominion, sends greeting. As soon as the present letters shall come to your hands, know that Dermot, Prince of Leinster, has been received into the bosom...to lend aid towards the restoration of this prince, аз our faithful and liege subject, let such person know that we do hereby grant to him, for such...
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Cusack, M.F. History of Ireland.-Guizot, F.P.G. Popular history of France ...

Joseph H. Beale, Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay, Charlotte Mary Yonge, Edward Gibbon, Charles Knight, Guizot (François, M.), Mary Francis Cusack, David Muller - World history - 1884
...dominion, sends greeting. As soon as the present letter shall come to your hands, know that Dermod, prince of Leinster, has been received into the bosom...extent of our territories, shall be willing to lend aid toward this prince as our faithful and liege subject, let such person know that we do hereby grant...
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A History of the World with All Its Great Sensations: Together ..., Volume 1

World history - 1887 - 1492 pages
...dominion, sends greeting. As soon as the present letter shall come to your hands, know that Dermod, Prince of Leinster, has been received into the bosom...territories, shall be willing to lend aid towards this prince as our faithful and liege subject, let such person know that we do hereby grant to him...
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Ireland

Richard Barry O'Brien - Ireland - 1905 - 330 pages
...and Henry then recommended his cause ' To all my liegemen, English, Norman, Welsh and Scotch,' saying 'whosoever within the ample extent of our territories, shall be willing to lend aid to this prince as our faithful and liege subject, let him know that we do hereby grant to him for said...
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History of Ireland

Geoffrey Keating - Celts - 1998 - 150 pages
...know that Dermod, prinee of Ix'inster, has been reeeived into the bosom of our graeu and benevolenee. Wherefore, whosoever within the ample extent of our...willing to lend aid towards the restoration of this prinee, as our faithful and liege subjeet, let sueh person know that we do hero •by grant to him,...
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