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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 Excerpt: ...it was "a placid, sluggish rivulet, and the epithet silent (ciuin) accurately appropriate." See O'Donovan's Brei/ny Letters: Ord. Surv. Collect., R. I. Acad., p. 62. 1 flagstone. "Lec-nan-Aingel," or the "Flagstone of the Angels." See note 9, p. 121, supra. 1 the three Culs. See p. 165, supra. 3 doirtech. Doip.cech, Duipcech, or Daipcech, is usually explained as an "ora1ne its lawn, and its green," said Colum, "ita plain, and its land besides. Beloved to me, indeed, is the flag-stone1 which is wont to be the resort of the Angels. More dear and choice to me," said Colum, "than every place in which I have been hitherto, East and West, South and North, is this burial place of the Conmaicni, to wit, Fidnacha," said Colum; "for 'tis there I obtained the remission of all my sins from Caillin." "No wonder, truly," said he, " that every one should obtain his request and requirements in Fidnacha"; for there were ten saints, and ten score, and ten hundred, serving God in that place when Colum received pardon for his sins there, viz., the fighting of the battles in the three Culs.8 untruth, and never did a vain thing.1 And, moreover, he was wont to go every Thursday to Heaven,2 as he himself said:--"My blessing, and the blessing of the Lord, on this place," said Colum. "I bless its men of Orders and Mass. I bless the doirtech3 wherein is chaunted the celebration, in which are the three hundred boards,4 to wit, a board before every cleric. I bless ever-man of trade and art who shall be born in this place, in consideration of his tribute being paid to Caillin, to wit, a screpall1 every third year, by the artisan, and smith, and all the men of art and minstrelsy, and ...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 100 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 Excerpt: . . . it was a placid, sluggish rivulet, and the epithet silent (ciuin) accurately appropriate. See ODonovans Breiny Letters: Ord. Surv. Collect. , R. I. Acad. , p. 62. 1 flagstone. Lec-nan-Aingel, or the Flagstone of the Angels. See note 9, p. 121, supra. 1 the three Culs. See p. 165, supra. 3 doirtech. Doip. cech, Duipcech, or Daipcech, is usually explained as an ora1ne its lawn, and its green, said Colum, ita plain, and its land besides. Beloved to me, indeed, is the flag-stone1 which is wont to be the resort of the Angels. More dear and choice to me, said Colum, than every place in which I have been hitherto, East and West, South and North, is this burial place of the Conmaicni, to wit, Fidnacha, said Colum; for tis there I obtained the remission of all my sins from Caillin. No wonder, truly, said he, that every one should obtain his request and requirements in Fidnacha; for there were ten saints, and ten score, and ten hundred, serving God in that place when Colum received pardon for his sins there, viz. , the fighting of the battles in the three Culs. 8 untruth, and never did a vain thing. 1 And, moreover, he was wont to go every Thursday to Heaven, 2 as he himself said: --My blessing, and the blessing of the Lord, on this place, said Colum. I bless its men of Orders and Mass. I bless the doirtech3 wherein is chaunted the celebration, in which are the three hundred boards, 4 to wit, a board before every cleric. I bless ever-man of trade and art who shall be born in this place, in consideration of his tribute being paid to Caillin, to wit, a screpall1 every third year, by the artisan, and smith, and all the men of art and minstrelsy, and . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781231262696

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