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" For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn round the neck, the body, and over the head, and they never quit this mantle either in sleeping, working, or eating. The generality of them have no shirts, and about as many lice as hairs on their... "
The tour of ... m. de la Boullaye le Gouz in Ireland, A.D. 1644, ed. by T.C ... - Էջ 44
François de La Boullaye le Gouz - 1837
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The Tour of the French Traveller M. de La Boullaye Le Gouz in Ireland, A. D ...

François Le Gouz de La Boullaye - 1837 - 139 էջ
...shoes of Ireland for the dogs of England," meaning that their shoes are worth more than the English.**1 For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn...kicking? Is not this intended to convey the idea that a hich is the fittest salutation with which to greet English dogs 1 — M. heads, which they kill before...
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The Monthly Review

1837
...shoes of Ireland for the dogs of England,' meaning that their shoes are worth more than the English. " For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn...no shirts, and about as many lice as hairs on their heads, which they kill before each other without any ceremony. " The northern Irish have for their...
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The Irish Penny Journal, Հատոր 1

1841
...shoes of Ireland for the:dogs of England,' meaning that their shoes are worth more than the English. For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn...no shirts, and about as many lice as hairs on their heads, which they kill before each other without any ceremony. The northern Irish have for their only...
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Irish Penny Journal, Հատոր 1

1841
...For cloaks they have five or six yai /sof frize drawn round the neck, the body, and over the bend, and they never quit this mantle, either in sleeping,...no shirts, and about as many lice as hairs on their heads, which they kill before each other without any ceremony. The northern Irish have for their only...
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The Retrospective Review: Consisting of Criticisms Upon, Analyses ..., Հատոր 1

1853
...shoes of Ireland for the dogs of England,' meaning that their shoes are worth more than the English. For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn...no shirts, and about as many lice as hairs on their heads, which they kill before each other without any ceremony. The northern Irish have for their only...
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History of the Land Tenures and Land Classes of Ireland: With an Account of ...

George Sigerson - 1871 - 333 էջ
...which they call ' trowsers ' ; their shoes which are pointed, they call brogues with a single sole. . . For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn round the neck, the body, and over the head." The Tour of M. de la BauUaye k Gouz in Ireland, AD 1644. Translation, London, 1837, fip. 39-44. The...
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History of Sligo, County and Town: From the accession of James I. to the ...

William Gregory Wood-Martin - 1889
...frize, which they call trousers. Their shoes, which are pointed with a single sole, they call brogues For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize drawn...mantle, either in sleeping, working, or eating The girls of Ireland, even those living in towns, have for their head-dress only a ribbon, and, if married,...
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Distinguished Irishmen of the Sixteenth Century: First Series, Հատոր 1

Edmund Hogan - 1894 - 506 էջ
...; their breeches are a pantaloon of white frieze. For cloaks they have five or six yards of frieze drawn round the neck, the body, and over the head,...or eating. The generality of them have no shirts. The northern Irish have for their only dress a breeches and a covering for the back, without bonnet,...
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Traces of the Elder Faiths of Ireland: A Folklore Sketch; a ..., Հատոր 1

William Gregory Wood-Martin - 1902
...fri/.e, which they call trowsers. Their shoes, which are pointed, with a single sole, they tall brogues. For cloaks they have five or six yards of frize, drawn...the head, and they never quit this mantle, either sleeping, working, or eating. . . . The girls of Ireland, even those living in towns, have for their...
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