Caithreim Cellachain Caisil

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Alexander Bugge
J. C. Gundersens bogtrykkeri, 1905 - Ireland - 171 pages
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Page 119 - ... soldier in every house, so that none of the men of 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 119 - ... and an abbot over every church, and a steward over every village, and a soldier in every house ; so that none of the men of Erinn had...
Page 119 - ... 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. And though there were but one milk-giving cow in the house, she durst not be milked for an infant of one night, nor for a sick person, but must be kept for the steward, or bailiff, or soldier of the Foreigners.
Page xvi - ... he was seized with a boiling, terrible anger, and an excessive elevation, and greatness of spirit and mind. A bird of valour and championship arose in him, and fluttered over his head, and on his breath.
Page 119 - ... and however long he might be absent from the house, his share or his supply durst not be lessened ; although there was in the house but one cow, it must be killed for the meal of one night if the means of supply could not otherwise be procured.
Page 163 - It comprised the baronies of East and West Offaly, in the county of Kildare, those of Portnahinch and Tinnahinch, in the Queen's county, and that portion of the King's County comprised in the dioceses of Kildare and Leighlin.
Page 119 - ... procured. And the most fit person of the family was obliged to take wages, the day on which he embarked on board ship with his lord, [and] he must be supplied with provision, as if he was at home.
Page 121 - A screapall1 for each man, an ounce of gold, — An ounce for each nose besides, — And a screapall of gold for each man.
Page 134 - O'. 673 Dal-Cairbre-Ebha, otherwise Ui Cairbre Aebhdha. The territory of this tribe comprised the present barony of Coshma, in the county of Limerick, and the plains extending thence down to the Shannon.
Page 119 - ... every village, and a soldier in every house; so that none of the men of Erin had power...

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