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Domestic Manners of the Americans

By: Fanny Trollope

...TROLLOPE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE AMERICANS Title: DOMESTIC MANNERS OF THE AMERICANS Author: FANNY TRO... ...ction World Public Library.org THE AMERICANS Title: DOMESTIC MANNERS OF THE AMERICANS Author: FANNY TROLLOPE Language: English Subject: Ficti... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ...entering into society, but I was told that it contained two distinct sets of people, both celebrated, in their way, for their social meetings and eleg... ...easy and invidious to ridicule the peculiarities of appearance and manner in people of a different nation from ourselves; we may, too, at the same mom... ...zen ladies of the bar−room, I ordered tea in my own chamber. A good−humoured Irish woman came forward with a sort of patronising manner, took my hand,... ...wards met with these same uncomfortable blinds in every part of America. Our Irish friend soon reappeared, and brought us tea, together with the never... ... new misfortunes. We walked about a quarter of a mile, and coming to a steep descent, we thought ourselves extremely fortunate, and began to scramble ...

...Excerpt: Entrance of the Mississippi?Balize On the 4th of November, 1827, I sailed from London, accompanied by my son and two daughters; and after a favourable, though somewhat tedious voyage, arrived on Christmas?day at the mouth of the Missi...

...Table of Contents: Domestic Manners of the Americans, 1 -- Fanny Trollope, 1 -- Chapter 1. Entrance of the Mississippi?Balize, 2 -- Chapter 2. New Orleans?Society? Creoles and Quadroons Voyage up the Mississippi, 3 -- Chapter 3. Co...

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Irish American

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...Subcategories This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total. A ... ... American people of Irish descent ... ... American people of Irish descent ... ... American people of Irish descent ... ... American people of Irish descent ... ... American people of Irish descent ... ... Irish-American culture ... ... Irish-American culture ... ... American people of Irish descent ...

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Animism; Or, Thought Currents of Primitive Peoples

By: George William Gilmore

...RE Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CURRENTS OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES Title: ANIMISM, OR, THOUGHT CURRENTS OF PRIMITI... ...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CURRENTS OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES Title: ANIMISM, OR, THOUGHT CURRENTS OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES Au... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ...he population of India, the North Asiatic tribes, Oceanicans, Africans, and American Indians are, or were recently, animists. No stage of culture, n... ...in the place of his own baby a fairy changeling,[10] and the belief in the descent of a human gens from, e.g., eagle, fox, or snake, as in totemism... ... may note the root idea of such words as the Latin spiritus, anima, animus, Irish anam, Sanskrit atman, Greek psyche, pneuma, thumos, German Geist, ... ...by the cultured Greeks and Romans, but are known to be employed among North American Indians, Zulus and Basutos in Africa, among the Calabars, and ... ...ssions to plants from the phenomena of totemism, the idea here being either descent from or alliance with some particular species of plant, treatmen...

...Preface: The result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clearer vision as the substratum of all civilizations that stage of culture from which this book...

...Table of Contents: ANIMISM, OR, THOUGHT CURRENTS OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES, 1 -- GEORGE WILLIAM GILMORE, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- I. THE ANIMISTIC STAGE OF CULTURE THE CASE, 3 -- II. THE DISCOVERY OF THE SOUL, 7 -- III. THE SOUL'S NATURE, 11...

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List of American actors of Irish descent

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... This is a list of notable Irish American actors. To be includ... ... This is a list of notable Irish American actors. To be included in ... ...his list, the person must have a WorldHeritage article and/or references showing the person is Irish American and a notable actor.[1][2][3][4][5][6] ... ...st, the person must have a WorldHeritage article and/or references showing the person is Irish American and a notable actor.[1][2][3][4][5][6] ... ...or.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The list is organized in reverse chronological order of birth decades. 1990s – 198... ...iranda Cosgrove (1993– ) part Irish Miley Cyrus (1992– ) small amount of Irish ancestry Dakota Fanni... ...sion actress (The O.C.)[17] Ashley Benson (1989– ) mother is of Irish descent – film/television actress (13 Going on 30, Pret... ...unty Mayo, while her paternal side emigrated from Cork. "The Irish are a singing, storytelling people. And all of the Irish stereotypes were alive and... ... ^ Staff (September 17, 2008). "Holly Marie Combs Dishes on Life With Her Boys". People. Retrieved December 3, 2014.  ...

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Animism; Or, Thought Currents of Primitive Peoples

By: George William Gilmore

... by GEORGE WILLIAM GILMORE ANIMISM, OR, THOUGHT CURRENTS OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES GEORGE WILLIAM GILMORE Copyright © 2002 All Rights Res... ... GEORGE WILLIAM GILMORE ANIMISM, OR, THOUGHT CURRENTS OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES GEORGE WILLIAM GILMORE Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World W... ... Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - To download the PDF version of this document become a member of the World eBook Library Consortia and g... ...e population of India, the North Asiatic tribes, Oceanicans, Africans, and American Indians are, or were recently, animists. No stage of culture, no g... ...shipping there. The report has since travelled far and wide, and scores of people are visiting the grave every day, bringing much gain to the Hyogo tr... ...in the place of his own baby a fairy changeling,[10] and the belief in the descent of a human gens from, e.g., eagle, fox, or snake, as in totemism. S... ...may note the root idea of such words as the Latin spiritus, anima, animus, Irish anam, Sanskrit atman, Greek psyche, pneuma, thumos, German Geist, Dut... ...y the cultured Greeks and Romans, but are known to be employed among North American Indians, Zulus and Basutos in Africa, among the Calabars, and else... ...sions to plants from the phenomena of totemism, the idea here being either descent from or alliance with some particular species of plant, treatment o...

...PREFACE: THE result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clearer vision as the substratum of all civilizations that stage of culture from which this book...

...· PREFACE · I. THE ANIMISTIC STAGE OF CULTURE--THE CASE · II. THE DISCOVERY OF THE SOUL · III. THE SOUL'S NATURE · IV. THE EXTERNAL OR SEPARABLE SOUL · V. PARITY OF BEING · VI. BELIEF IN FREE SPIRITS · VII. FREE SPIRITS-THEIR CONSTITUTION AND ACTIVITIES · VIII...

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List of American musicians of Irish descent

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Essays, English and American

By: Alden, Raymond Macdonald, 1873-1924, Editor

... ALDEN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND AMERICAN Title: ESSAYS, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN Author: RAYMOND MACDONALD... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ... Cnglifit) Clasgits REVISED EDITION WITH HELPS TO STUDY ESSAYS ENGLISH AND AMERICAN EDITED BY RAYMOND MACDONALD ALDEN PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH. LKLAND STA... ... he was like a child in the simple and curious interest which he showed in people and things. Hence whatever he wrote of became interesting when seen ... ...nian general (514-449 b.c), who, after being accused of treason by his own people, sought refuge with the Persian king Artaxerxes. 36. cloth of Arras.... ...ul theater down beneath us— I know not the fathom line that ever touched a descent so de«p as I would be willing to bury more wealth in than Croesus^^... ...ent. He would understand, by analogy, the pungency of other things besides Irish black- guard^^ or Scotch rappee. A character was good anywhere, in a ... ...ed to Christ by Satan at the time of the Temptation in the wilderness. 30. Irish 'blackgTiard. A strong snuff; rappee is much the same. 31. two for hi...

Translation of Le pays des fourrures ; Digitized from the holdings of the University of British Columbia Library

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List of American politicians of Irish descent

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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

By: Charles Darwin

... MAN AND by CHARLES DARWIN 3 The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex by Charles Darwin, F.R.... ... by CHARLES DARWIN 3 The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex by Charles Darwin, F.R.S. ... ...ion in Relation to Sex by Charles Darwin, F.R.S. Life and Letters of Charles Darwin. With an Autobiographical Chapter. Edited by Francis Da... ...the Ateles, s. 105. For other analogous statements, see s. 25, 107.) An American monkey, an Ateles, after getting drunk on brandy, would never tou... ...odicity," ’British Association,’ 1842. Dr. Macculloch, ’Silliman’s North American Journal of Science,’ vol. XVII. page 305, has seen a dog sufferin... ...imes varies in many ways: thus Prof. Macalister describes (6. ’Proc. R. Irish Academy,’ vol. x. 1868, p. 141.) no less than twenty distinct variat... ...y human subjects. (49. See also Prof. Macalister in ’Proceedings, Royal Irish Academy,’ vol. x. 1868, p. 124.) Again, this man had "a special abdu... ... testimony of missionaries, and of others who have long resided with such people, it appears that their families are usually small, and large ones r... ... Notwithstanding that savages appear to be less prolific than civilised people, they would no doubt rapidly increase if their numbers were not by ...

...Life and Letters of Charles Darwin. With an Autobiographical Chapter. Edited by Francis Darwin. Portraits. 3 volumes 36s. Popular Edition. Condensed in 1 volume 7s 6d. Naturalist’s Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of...

...CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION. PART I. THE DESCENT OR ORIGIN OF MAN. CHAPTER I. The Evidence of the Descent of Man from some Lower Form. Nature of the evidence bearing on the origin of man--Homologous structures in man and the lower animals--Miscellaneous points of co...

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Irish Brazilian

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... Brazil: Mainly in the states of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro ... ...es Portuguese, English, and Irish Religion ... ...hnic groups Other Brazilian people, White Brazilians and specially Confederados, other American Brazili... ...Other Brazilian people, White Brazilians and specially Confederados, other American Brazilians, English Brazilians and Scottish Brazilians ... ...Brazilians Part of a series of articles on I... ... of a series of articles on Irish Latin-Americans ... ... of articles on Irish Latin-Americans ... ... European immigration to Brazil Irish people References ... ... Ethnic groups in Brazil Brazilian people of Irish descent Irish diaspora by country ...

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Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

By: Charles Darwin

...rature Collection World Public Library.org IN RELATION TO SEX Title: DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX Author: CHARLES DARWIN La... ...ollection World Public Library.org IN RELATION TO SEX Title: DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX Author: CHARLES DARWIN Language: ... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...n the Ateles, s. 105. For other analogous statements, see s. 25, 107.) An American monkey, an Ateles, after getting drunk on brandy, would never t... ...riodicity," 'British Association,' 1842. Dr. Macculloch, 'Silliman's North American Journal of Science,' vol. XVII. page 305, has seen a dog suffer... ...etimes varies in many ways: thus Prof. Macalister describes (6. 'Proc. R. Irish Academy,' vol. x. 1868, p. 141.) no less than twenty distinct vari... ...xty human subjects. (49. See also Prof. Macalister in 'Proceedings, Royal Irish Academy,' vol. x. 1868, p. 124.) Again, this man had "a special ab... ...nt testimony of missionaries, and of others who have long resided with such people, it appears that their families are usually small, and large ones... ...) Notwithstanding that savages appear to be less prolific than civilised people, they would no doubt rapidly increase if their numbers were not by...

...Works by Charles Darwin, F.R.S. Life and Letters of Charles Darwin. With an Autobiographical Chapter. Edited by Francis Darwin. Portraits. 3 volumes 36s. Popular Edition. Condensed in 1 volume 7s 6d. Naturalist?s Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of...

CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION. PART I. THE DESCENT OR ORIGIN OF MAN. CHAPTER I. 5

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Irish McIlveen

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... Henry Cooke "Irish" McIlveen (July 27, 1880 – October 18, 1960), commonly nicknamed "Iri... ... 1907. In 1906, McIlveen pitched in 2 games for an ERA of 7.71. In the field, he made four errors for a .951 career fielding perce... ... in Lorain. See also List of players from Ireland in Major League Baseball ... ... 1880 births 1960 deaths American people of Irish descent Major League Basebal... ...80 births 1960 deaths American people of Irish descent Major League Baseball players... ... 1960 deaths American people of Irish descent Major League Baseball players from Irel... ... 1960 deaths American people of Irish descent Major League Baseball players from Ireland ... ...yers Sportspeople from Belfast People from Lorain, Ohio Pittsburgh Pirates players ...

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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

By: Charles Darwin

...ion World Public Library.org SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX Title: THE DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX Author: CHARLES DARWIN La... ...rld Public Library.org SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX Title: THE DESCENT OF MAN AND SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX Author: CHARLES DARWIN Language: ... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... .... On the Ateles, s. 105. For other analogous statements, see s. 25, 107.) An American monkey, an Ateles, after getting drunk on brandy, would never to... ...Periodicity," 'British Association,' 1842. Dr. Macculloch, 'Silliman's North American Journal of Science,' vol. XVII. page 305, has seen a dog sufferi... ...sometimes varies in many ways: thus Prof. Macalister describes (6. 'Proc. R. Irish Academy,' vol. x. 1868, p. 141.) no less than twenty distinct varia... ... sixty human subjects. (49. See also Prof. Macalister in 'Proceedings, Royal Irish Academy,' vol. x. 1868, p. 124.) Again, this man had "a special abd... ...ent testimony of missionaries, and of others who have long resided with such people, it appears that their families are usually small, and large ones ... ...170.) Notwithstanding that savages appear to be less prolific than civilised people, they would no doubt rapidly increase if their numbers were not by...

...Excerpt: During the successive reprints of the first edition of this work, published in 1871, I was able to introduce several important corrections; and now that more time has elapsed, I have endeavoured to profit by the fiery ordeal through which the book has pass...

Table of Contents: The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, 1 -- Charles Darwin, 1

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Scotch-Irish American

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...Subcategories This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. A ... ... American people of Scotch-Irish descent ... ... American people of Scotch-Irish descent ... ... American people of Scotch-Irish descent ... ... American people of Scotch-Irish descent ... ... American people of Scotch-Irish descent ... ... Scotch-Irish American history ... ... Scotch-Irish American history ... ... American people of Scotch-Irish descent ...

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Penelope's Irish Experiences

By: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin

...RISH by KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN Penelope's Irish Experiences Kate Douglas Wiggin Part First--Leinster. Chapter I. We e... ...time me fut got the feel o' the ground I was strollin' along in an Irish city That hasn't its aquil the world around For the air... ...dd, to say the least, to see us cosily ensconced in a private sitting-room of a Dublin hotel, the table laid for three, and not a vestige of a man any... ...ne might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton's American spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover? Francesca had passed mos... ...erican spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover? Francesca had passed most of the winter in Scotland. Her indulgent parent had given his consent to he... ...rt with a sanguinary trip to the Kill places, so that I can tell any timid Americans I meet in travelling that I have been to Kilmacow and to Kilmacth... ... was distracted by the sudden appearance, in all corners of the church, of people who hadn't been 'asked to the party.' There was Brian Boru, Tony Lum... ...rth, and the Venerable Bede. Imagine leading a mothers' meeting with those people in the pews,--it was impossible! St. Columbkille and the Venerable B... ...hole, and easier to know than this Ulster Irishman, the product of a mixed descent. 61 We did not stop long in Belfast; for if there is anything we ...

... but now that I am a matron and Francesca is shortly to be married, it is odd, to say the least, to see us cosily ensconced in a private sitting-room of a Dublin hotel, the table laid for three, and not a vestige of a man anywhere to be seen. Where, one might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton's American spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover?...

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Anglo-Irish people

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... social class in Ireland, whose members were the descendants and successors of the Protestant Ascendancy, and Donnchadh Ó Corráin mostly belongi... ...otestant Ascendancy, and Donnchadh Ó Corráin mostly belonging to the Church of Ireland, which was the established church of Ireland until 1871, o... ... and who are generally identified as " Ulster-Scots ." In the United States, people who identify with the Ulster-Scots are usually called " Scotch-I... ... States, people who identify with the Ulster-Scots are usually called " Scotch-Irish ."Maldwyn Jones, "Scotch-Irish" in Stephen Thernstrom, ed., Harva... ...dwyn Jones, "Scotch-Irish" in Stephen Thernstrom, ed., Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups (Cambridge, MA: 1988), pp. 895-907Michael Montgo... ... pp. 895-907Michael Montgomery, Tennessee Ancestors 20, 143-50 (2004) Anglo-Irish social class The term "Anglo-Irish" is often applied to the me... ...n Ireland in the 17th and 18th centuries, many of whom later emigrated to the American colonies . Under the Penal Laws, which were in force between... ...an in the Church of Ireland, vigorously denounced the plight of ordinary Irish people under British rule. Reformist politicians such as Henry Grattan... ...l in recent Irish general election s.The 3rd Earl of Iveagh, of Gaelic Irish descent; head of the Guinness family who sat in the Irish Senate (1...

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Penelope's Irish Experiences

By: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin

...c Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCES Author: KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN Language: English Subject: F... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...... ...might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton's American spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover? Francesca had p... ...with a sanguinary trip to the Kill places, so that I can tell any timid Americans I meet in travelling that I have been to Kilmacow and to Kilma... ...s distracted by the sudden appearance, in all corners of the church, of people who hadn't been 'asked to the party.' There was Brian Boru, Tony ... ... and the Venerable Bede. Imagine leading a mothers' meeting with those people in the pews,--it was impossible! St. Columbkille and the Venerab... ...e, and easier to know than this Ulster Irishman, the product of a mixed descent. We did not stop long in Belfast; for if there is anything w...

... but now that I am a matron and Francesca is shortly to be married, it is odd, to say the least, to see us cosily ensconced in a private sitting-room of a Dublin hotel, the table laid for three, and not a vestige of a man anywhere to be seen. Where, one might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton?s American spouse and Miss Monroe?s Scottish lover?...

...Contents. Part First--Leinster. I. We emulate the Rollo books. II. Irish itineraries. III. We sight a derelict. IV. Enter Benella Dusenberry. V. The Wearing of the Green. VI. Dublin, then and now. Part Second--Munster. VII. A tour and a detour. VIII. Romance and reality. IX. The light of oth...

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List of Irish people

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... This is a list of Irish people who were born on the island of Ireland and have lived there for most of their lives. Also included... ...d and have lived there for most of their lives. Also included on the list are people who were not born in Ireland, but have been raised as Irish, hav... ...d on the list are people who were not born in Ireland, but have been raised as Irish, have lived there for most of their lives or have adopted Irish c... ... not born in Ireland, but have been raised as Irish, have lived there for most of their lives or have adopted Irish citizenship (e.g., Daniel Day-Lew... ...o, lead singer and principal lyricist of U2 Niall Horan - member of British-Irish boy band One Direction Red Hurley – singer Brian Irvine – com... ...pop singer/songwriter/pianist Una Palliser - violinist, violist, singer Tommy Peoples – fiddler Brendan Phelan - songwriter Glen Power - drums, t... ...k Kavanagh – poet Benedict Kiely – Saoi of Aosdána Caitlín R. Kiernan – American novelist and paleontologist Anatoly Kudryavitsky – poet Wri... ...gby union player Others Aidan of Lindisfarne – Saint Steve Allen – Irish/American musician, comedian, writer and first host of The Tonight Show... ...ollege Dublin people Lists of people by nationality List of Americans of Irish descent Irish American Irish Australian Irish Canadian Irish Quebeckers...

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Penelope's Irish Experiences

By: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin

...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCES Author: KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN Language: English Subject:... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... ... one might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton's American spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover? Francesca had passed mo... ...tart with a sanguinary trip to the Kill places, so that I can tell any timid Americans I meet in travelling that I have been to Kilmacow and to Kilmac... ...ut was distracted by the sudden appearance, in all corners of the church, of people who hadn't been 'asked to the party.' There was Brian Boru, Tony L... ...lope's Irish Experiences Chapter V. The Wearing of the Green. 14 with those people in the pews,−−it was impossible! St. Columbkille and the Venerable... ... whole, and easier to know than this Ulster Irishman, the product of a mixed descent. We did not stop long in Belfast; for if there is anything we det...

..., Till I come to Ireland one sunny day,? Betther for me, betther for me: The first time me fut got the feel o? the ground I was strollin? along in an Irish city That hasn't its aquil the world around For the air that is sweet an? the girls that are pretty.? Moira O'Neill. Dublin, O'Carolan?s Private Hotel. It is the most absurd thing in the world that Salemina, Francesca, ...

...Table of Contents: Penelope's Irish Experiences, 1 -- Kate Douglas Wiggin, 1 -- Part First -- Leinster, 1 -- Chapter I. We emulate the Rollo books, 2 -- Chapter II. Irish itineraries, 4 -- Chapter III. We sight a derelict, 7 -- Cha...

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Irish Newfoundlanders

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...In modern Newfoundland , many Newfoundlanders are of Irish descent. According to the Statistics Canada 2006 census, 21.5% of... ...In modern Newfoundland , many Newfoundlanders are of Irish descent. According to the Statistics Canada 2006 census, 21.5% of Ne... ...In modern Newfoundland , many Newfoundlanders are of Irish descent. According to the Statistics Canada 2006 census, 21.5% of Newfound... ...rding to the Statistics Canada 2006 census, 21.5% of Newfoundlanders claim Irish ancestry (other major groups in the province include 43.2% English, 7... ...ant Catholic religion in some areas (particularly on the southeast portion of the Avalon Peninsula), the prevalence of Irish music, even the accents o... ... Avalon Peninsula), the prevalence of Irish music, even the accents of the people in these areas, are so reminiscent of rural Ireland that Irish autho... ...Irish across the Atlantic in the 18th century. Some went on to other North American destinations, some stayed, and many engaged in what has been calle... ...lic religious orders As the permanent population, and the numbers of young people and children in Newfoundland increased during the early 19th century...

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Penelope's Irish Experiences

By: Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin

...w.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ... ...aphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the... ...... ...............................................................2 Chapter II. Irish itineraries. ......................................................... ...one might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton's American spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover? Francesca had passed mos... ...art with a sanguinary trip to the Kill places, so that I can tell any timid Americans I meet in travelling that I have been to Kilmacow and to Kilmact... ...t was distracted by the sudden appearance, in all corners of the church, of people who hadn't been 'asked to the party.' There was Brian Boru, Tony Lu... ...ope's Irish Experiences Chapter V. The Wearing of the Green. 14 with those people in the pews,−−it was impossible! St. Columbkille and the Venerable ... ...whole, and easier to know than this Ulster Irishman, the product of a mixed descent. We did not stop long in Belfast; for if there is anything we dete...

... but now that I am a matron and Francesca is shortly to be married, it is odd, to say the least, to see us cozily ensconced in a private sitting room of a Dublin hotel, the table laid for three, and not a vestige of a man anywhere to be seen. Where, one might ask, if he knew the antecedent circumstances, are Miss Hamilton's American spouse and Miss Monroe's Scottish lover?...

...Table of Contents: Penelope's Irish Experiences, 1 -- Kate Douglas Wiggin, 1 -- Part First, Leinster, 1 -- Chapter I. We emulate the Rollo books, 2 -- Chapter II. Irish itineraries, 4 -- Chapter III. We sight a derelict, 7 -- Chapt...

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Irish-American Heritage Month

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... Significance Celebration of Irish-Americans contributions ... ... Significance Celebration of Irish-Americans contributions ... ... Significance Celebration of Irish-Americans contributions Date... ... Date Month of March Duration ... ... annual Irish-American Heritage Month is a special proclamation issued yearly by th... ... annual Irish-American Heritage Month is a special proclamation issued yearly by the Unit... ...French and Indian War. In 1948, President Harry S. Truman, of Scotch-Irish descent, attended the New York Saint Patrick's Day parade and gave a speech... ... and prejudice to find acceptance in America. The proudest moment for many people of Irish Catholic descent was in 1961 when the first Irish American ... ...ceptance in America. The proudest moment for many people of Irish Catholic descent was in 1961 when the first Irish American Catholic President, John ...

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The Chosen People

By: Charlotte M. Younge

...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE CHOSEN PEOPLE Author: CHARLOTTE MARY YONGE Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... ...and Patrick, a noble young Roman, who had once been made captive by the wild Irish, and set to feed their sheep, no sooner grew up than he went back t... ...hough there was a Church settlement in Virginia, the great mass of the North American colonists were Calvinists or Presbyterians, as they are called, ... ...h Bishops. The Chosen People LESSON XXXIV. THE SPREAD OF THE GOSPEL. 66 The American colonies had, by this time, grown impatient of the English Gover... ...use Jeremiah sentenced Coniah to be childless, and in Luke iii. Zerubbabel's descent is derived from David, through Nathan. 5. What story is told of Z...

...Preface: In drawing up this little book, at the request of several friends, the Author has been chiefly guided by experience of what children require to be told, in order to come to an intelligent perception of the scope of the Scripture narrative treated historically. Since a gen...

...Table of Contents: The Chosen People, 1 -- Charlotte Mary Yonge, 1 -- Preface, 3 -- THE CHOSEN PEOPLE, 5 -- LESSON I. THE PROMISE, 5 -- LESSON II. THE PATRIARCHS, 6 -- LESSON III. EGYPT, 8 -- LESSON IV. THE WILDERNESS, 9 -- LESSON ...

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Argentine people of European descent

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...Subcategories This category has the following 46 subcategories, out of 46 total. A ... ... Argentine people of Albanian descent ... ... Argentine people of Albanian descent ... ... Argentine people of Albanian descent ... ... Argentine people of Aragonese descent ... ... Argentine people of Irish descent ... ...rigin European Argentine South American people of European descent People of Europea... ... People of European descent Latin American people of European descent Sub... ... Argentine people of Irish descent ...

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The Irish Theosophist

By: George William Russell

...e Collection World Public Library.org THEOSOPHIST Title: AE IN THE IRISH THEOSOPHIST Author: GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL Language: English Subject... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...... ...in rest. Here and there little villages sent up their smoke and a dreamy people moved about; they grew up, toiled a little at their fields, follow... ...ose and in the guise of the old priest entered the little temple, and the people came in unto him one after the other. Agathon, the husbandman. "... ...ll's. It was a memoriam to William Quan Judge (W.Q.J), the leader of the American and European Theosophical Societies at the time, one of the origi... ... these as they are further removed from their divine source; this is the descent into matter, the lowest rung of manifestation. "Having consolidat... ...before now begins. D represents this infusion of life into matter; it is descent and involution, death or forgetfulness, perhaps, for a time to the...

...Started a little under a quarter of a century ago, in an age grown cold with unbelief and deadened by inexplicable dogmas, the Theosophical Society has found adherents numerous enough to make it widely known, and enthusiastic enough to give it momentum and m...

...Contents: 1--A Word Upon the Objects of the Theosophical Society 2--The Twilight Hour 3--The Mask of Apollo 4--The Secret of Power 5--The Priestess of the Woods 6--A Tragedy in the Temple 7--Jagrata, Svapna and Sushupti 8--Concentration 9--Verse by AE in The Iri...

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Irish nationality law

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...Irish passports are issued to Irish citizens by the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin ... ...Irish passports are issued to Irish citizens by the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin Irish nat... ...partment of Foreign Affairs in Dublin Irish nationality law is contained in the provisions of the Irish Nationali... ... Irish nationality law is contained in the provisions of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Acts 1956 to 2004 and in the relev... ...the Irish Constitution. A person may be an Irish citizen[1] through birth, descent, marriage to an Irish citizen or through naturalisation. The law gr... ...ent abroad in the service of the Irish state; and people of "Irish descent or Irish associations". ... ...rish citizen. This has been awarded only a few times.[28] The first eleven people to have had honorary Irish citizenship conferred on them are:[29][30... ... Tip O'Neill (1986) (and his wife, Mildred Anne Miller O'Neill) – Irish-American and Speaker of the United States House of Representatives ... ... Ireland and the European Union Irish-American history Irish nationality law ...

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The Irish Theosophist

By: George William Russell

...SH by GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL AE In The Irish Theosophist George William Russell Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserv... ...ry Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps to support a variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 la... .... To join visit http://netLibrary.net/Join.htm • A Word Upon the Objects of the Theosophical Society • The Hour of Twilight • The Mask of Apollo... ... • Jagrata, Svapna and Sushupti • Concentration • Verse by AE in the "Irish Theosophist" • Om • Krishna • Pain • Three Counselors • Dus... ...g in rest. Here and there little villages sent up their smoke and a dreamy people moved about; they grew up, toiled a little at their fields, followed... ...rose and in the guise of the old priest entered the little temple, and the people came in unto him one after the other. Agathon, the husbandman. "Fat... ...ell's. It was a memoriam to William Quan Judge (W.Q.J), the leader of the American and European Theosophical Societies at the time, one of the origi... ...in these as they are further removed from their divine source; this is the descent into matter, the lowest rung of manifestation. "Having consolidated... ...o before now begins. D represents this infusion of life into matter; it is descent and involution, death or forgetfulness, perhaps, for a time to the ...

...In the Newspapers of 1876 appeared the following extracts from the log of a merchantman: VOLCANIC ISLAND IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC. The ship 'Hercules', of Liverpool, lately arrived in the Mersey, reports as follows: March 23, in 2` 12' north lati...

...· A Word Upon the Objects of the Theosophical Society · The Hour of Twilight · The Mask of Apollo · The Secret of Power · The Priestess of the Woods · A Tragedy in the Temple · Jagrata, Svapna and Sushupti · Concentration · Verse by AE in the Irish Th...

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Irish military diaspora

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... The Irish military diaspora refers to the many people of either Irish birth or extraction (see Irish diaspor... ... The Irish military diaspora refers to the many people of either Irish birth or extraction (see Irish diaspora) who ... ... The Irish military diaspora refers to the many people of either Irish birth or extraction (see Irish diaspora) who have serve... ... extraction (see Irish diaspora) who have served in overseas military forces, regardless of rank, duration of service, or success. ... ..., or success. Many overseas military units were primarily made up of Irishmen (or members of the Irish military diaspora) and had ... ... 6.1 Events 6.2 People 6.3 'Irish'... ...Ukrainian but would have had Austrian citizenship. This combined with the 211th (Alberta Americans) Battalion, CEF, to form the 8th Battalion, Canadia... ...y plaza Events Spanish American wars of independence (1811-1826) ... ... – Admiral of the Chilean navy Che Guevara – Argentinian irisch descent. Revolutionary in Cuba Ruper...

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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

By: Charles Darwin

...SCENT OF MAN AND by CHARLES DARWIN The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Charles Darwin Uniform with... ... MAN AND by CHARLES DARWIN The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex Charles Darwin Uniform with this Vo... ...ion in Relation to Sex Charles Darwin Uniform with this Volume The Origin of Species, by means of Natural Selection; or, The Preservation of Favoured... ...On the Ateles, s. 105. For other analogous statements, see s. 25, 107.) An American monkey, an Ateles, after getting drunk on brandy, would never touc... ...riodicity," 'British Association,' 1842. Dr. Macculloch, 'Silliman's North American Journal of Science,' vol. XVII. page 305, has seen a dog suffering... ...metimes varies in many ways: thus Prof. Macalister describes (6. 'Proc. R. Irish Academy,' vol. x. 1868, p. 141.) no less than twenty distinct variati... ...ixty human subjects. (49. See also Prof. Macalister in 'Proceedings, Royal Irish Academy,' vol. x. 1868, p. 124.) Again, this man had "a special abduc... ...t testimony of missionaries, and of others who have long resided with such people, it appears that their families are usually small, and large ones ra... ....) Notwithstanding that savages appear to be less prolific than civilised people, they would no doubt rapidly increase if their numbers were not by s...

...During the successive reprints of the first edition of this work, published in 1871, I was able to introduce several important corrections; and now that more time has elapsed, I have endeavoured to profit by the fiery ordeal through which the book has pass...

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Irish people

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... Since the time of Charlemagne, Irish scholars had a considerable presence in the Frankish court, wher... ...nkish court, where they were renowned for their learning. The most significant Irish intellectual of the early monastic period was the 9th century Jo... ...they were renowned for their learning. The most significant Irish intellectual of the early monastic period was the 9th century Johannes Scotus Eriug... ...the 9th century Johannes Scotus Eriugena, an outstanding philosopher in terms of originality. He was the earliest of the founders of scholasticism, ... ...married with the Scandinavians, hence forming a close link with the Icelandic people . In the Icelandic Laxdœla saga, for example, "even slaves are ... ... settlement of Scottish gallowglass families of mixed Gaelic-Norse -Pict descent, mainly in the north; due to similarities of language and cultu... ... culture they too were assimilated. Surnames The Irish were among the first people in Europe to use surnames as we know them today. It is very comm... ... second largest self-reported ethnic group in the United States, after German American s. Nine of the signatories of the American Declaration of Ind... ...uding George Washington . Since John F. Kennedy took office in 1961, every American President has had some Irish blood. An Irish-American, James ...

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The People of the Abyss

By: Jack London

... http://www.Gutenberg.us Project Gutenberg Consortia Center is a member of the World eBook Library Consortia, http://WorldLibrary.net... ... of the World eBook Library Consortia, http://WorldLibrary.net The mission of the Project Gutenberg Consortia Center is to provide a simi... ...nberg.us 1905 THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS by Jack Londo... ...dmont, California. CHAPTER ONE. The Descent. Christ look upon us in this city, ... ...is to go down into the East End and see things for myself. I wish to know how those people are living there, and why they are living there, and what t... ...I saw bending over and sadly and patiently identifying it as the body of the insane American who would see the East End. 'No, no,' I answered; 'mere... ...d with the address of a detective who lived in the East End, and took my way to the American consul-general. And here, at last, I found a man with who... ... an' the lydies 'ad sich gran' w'ite dresses. They was jest bu'ful, bu'ful.' 'I'm Irish,' she said, in answer to a question. 'My nyme's Eyethorne.' ... ..., sir; Eyethorne.' 'Spell it.' 'H-a-y-t-h-o-r-n-e, Eyethorne.' 'Oh,' I said, 'Irish Cockney.' 'Yes, sir, London-born.' She had lived happily...

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John P. Irish

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... John P. Irish, tieless John Powell Irish (1843–1923) was a lead... ... John P. Irish, tieless John Powell Irish (1843–1923) was a leader of the Democratic Party in I... ...ll Irish (1843–1923) was a leader of the Democratic Party in Iowa, a landowner in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region of California, a fiery and i... ...ces 5 External links Personal life Irish was born to Frederick ... ...n Omaha, Nebraska, to speak at a meeting of the Jackson Club in January 1894, told a reporter that he and the "California people" were opposed to anne... ...ish assailed "arrogant labor unions" for a rise in juvenile crime because they were "opposed to the apprenticeship of the American boy." "I now take t... ...ay Otis: Organized labor has come to be a synonym for organized crime. Its principles are at war with American institutions and it... ...red Japanese and Chinese immigration As an editor and agriculturalist, "Irish became concerned with the treatment of people of Japanese descent l... ...inese immigration As an editor and agriculturalist, "Irish became concerned with the treatment of people of Japanese descent living in the United...

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The People of the Abyss

By: Jack London

... 1905 THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS ... ... 1905 THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS ... ...ndon AUTHOR'S PREFACE. THE EXPERIENCES RELATED in this volume fell to me in the summer of 1902. I went down into the under-w... ... Piedmont, California. CHAPTER ONE. The Descent. Christ look ... ...otested. 'What I wish to do, is to go down into the East End and see things for myself. I wish to know how those people are living there, and why they... ...trickle ceaselessly, and him I saw bending over and sadly and patiently identifying it as the body of the insane American who would see the East End. ... ...or you.' However, I departed with the address of a detective who lived in the East End, and took my way to the American consul-general. And here, at... ... by myself. An' the duchesses an' the lydies 'ad sich gran' w'ite dresses. They was jest bu'ful, bu'ful.' 'I'm Irish,' she said, in answer to a ques... ...'What?' I asked. 'Eyethorne, sir; Eyethorne.' 'Spell it.' 'H-a-y-t-h-o-r-n-e, Eyethorne.' 'Oh,' I said, 'Irish Cockney.' 'Yes, sir, London-b...

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Irish Civil War

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... Location Irish Free State ... ...y Confirmation of Irish Free State ... ... Confirmation of Irish Free State ... ... State Defeat of Anti-Treaty forces ... ...eaty were accepted, the fight for freedom would still go on, and the Irish people, instead of fighting foreign soldiers, will have to fight the Irish ... ...with 239,193 votes to 133,864 for Anti-Treaty Sinn Féin. A further 247,226 people voted for other parties, most of whom supported the Treaty. Labour's... ...dership towards the Republicans and probably contributed to the subsequent descent of the conflict into a cycle of atrocities and reprisals. Arthur Gr... ...omprising the complete testimony, affidavits and exhibits .... Washington: American Commission on Conditions in Ireland. Retrieved 17 August 2009.&nbs...

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Ae in the Irish Theosophist

By: George William Russell

...ssic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: AE IN THE IRISH THEOSOPHIST Author: GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL Language: English Subje... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... ...ing in rest. Here and there little villages sent up their smoke and a dreamy people moved about; they grew up, toiled a little at their fields, follow... ... arose and in the guise of the old priest entered the little temple, and the people came in unto him one after the other. Agathon, the husbandman. "Fa... ...'s. It was a memoriam to William Quan Judge (W.Q.J), the leader of the American and European Theosophical Societies at the time, one of th... ...d in these as they are further removed from their divine source; this is the descent into matter, the lowest rung of manifestation. "Having consolidat... ... to before now begins. D represents this infusion of life into matter; it is descent and involution, death or forgetfulness, perhaps, for a time to th...

...Excerpt: Word Upon the Objects of the Theosophical Society 1st: To form the nucleus of a Universal Brotherhood of Humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color. 2nd: ?To promote the study of Aryan and other Eastern literatures, religion...

...Table of Contents: AE In The Irish Theosophist, 1 -- George William Russell, 1 -- A Word Upon the Objects of the Theosophical Society, 3 -- The Hour of Twilight, 4 -- The Mask of Apollo, 6 -- The Secret of Power, 8 -- The Priestess...

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Abie's Irish Rose

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... New York Abie's Irish Rose is a popular comedy by Anne Nichols familiar from stage producti... ...stage productions, films and radio programs. The basic premise involves an Irish Catholic girl and a young Jewish man who marry despite the objections... ...rish Catholic girl and a young Jewish man who marry despite the objections of their families. Contents ... ...owever, in Nichols v. Universal Pictures Corp.,[4] the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit found for the defendant, holding that cop... ... Jews and the Irish crack equally old jokes", "The comic spirit of 1876", "People laugh at this every night, which explains why democracy can never be... ...ts. (The casting also inverted real life, since Birney himself is of Irish descent.) Unlike the play and radio show that inspired it, Bridget Loves Be... ...ice Toward All: The Quips, Lives and Loves of Some Celebrated 20th-Century American Wits. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. pp. 78. ISBN 0-399-12710-0. ... ...from May 2009 1922 plays 1940s American radio programs American comedy radio program...

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Irish Race in the Past and the Present

By: A. J. Thebaud

...re Collection World Public Library.org PAST AND THE PRESENT Title: IRISH RACE IN THE PAST AND THE PRESENT Author: AUG. J. THEBAUD Language: En... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...... ...ize and stamp them with a character of their own. How different are the peoples divided by the Rhine or by the Pyrenees! How unlike those which t... ...led by the O'Neill dynasty. And we may here remark that the number of a people and the size of its territory have absolutely no bearing on the est... ... different from the rude flint arrows and barbarous weapons of our North American Indians and of the European savages of the Stone period, denotes ... ...stem of society--every question as to right of property--turned upon the descent of families and the principle of clanship; so that it cannot be su... ...on, and persist in refusing to enter upon the path of progress. The North American savage has always been most persistent in this stubborn oppositio...

...It is not by a succession of periods of progress and decay only That nations manifest their life and individuality. Taking any one of them at any period of its existence, and comparing it with others, peculiarities immediately show themselves which gi...

...CONTENTS I The Celtic Race II The World Under The Lead Of European Races.--Mission Of The Irish Race In The Movement III The Irish Better Prepared To Receive Christianity Than Other Nations IV How the Irish received Christianity V The Christian Irish and the Pagan Danes VI The Ir...

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Only an Irish Boy

By: Horatio Alger, Jr.

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: ONLY AN IRISH BOY Author: HORATIO ALGER Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...... ...mother, you beggar?” he said, with a sneer. “I don't associate with such low people.” “Do you mane my mother?” said Andy, quickly, and he, too, looked... ...h boy.” “Some of our most distinguished men have been Irish boys or of Irish descent. I don't think you have proved your point.” “He's a beggar.” “I'm... ...ow.” “He's only an Irish boy,” said Godfrey, with a sneer. “And I am only an American boy,” said Charles, good−humoredly. “You can associate with him ... ...imply because he was the son of a rich man. Such cases occur sometimes among American schoolboys, but generally they are too democratic and sensible t... ...ll probably do so,” said Fairfax. “I am very much pleased with your town and people.” Only An Irish Boy CHAPTER XVII. INTRODUCES AN ADVENTURER 63 In ...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. ANDY BURKE. ?John, saddle my horse, and bring him around to the door.? The speaker was a boy of fifteen, handsomely dressed, and, to judge from his air and tone, a person of considerable consequence, in his own opinion, at least. The person addressed was employed in the stable of his father, Colonel Anthony Preston, ...

...Table of Contents: Only An Irish Boy, 1 -- Horatio Alger, Jr, 1 -- Chapter I. ANDY BURKE, 2 -- Chapter II. A SKIRMISH, 5 -- Chapter III. ANDY AND HIS MOTHER, 9 -- Chapter IV. MRS. PRESTON, 12 -- Chapter V. A PROFITABLE JOB, 15 -- C...

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