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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... ...... ...LTURE THE CASE 5 [11. Cf. New York Medical Journal, Oct. 16, 1909, p. 751; British Congregationalist, May 28, 1914; New Schaff−Herzog Encyclopedia,... ...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, ... ...ve held this belief are American Indians such as the Hurons, the natives of British Columbia, Alaska, and the Esquimaux of the districts adjacent to... ...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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Irish Chilean

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...s Notable Irish Chileans: Bernardo O'Higgins • Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna ... ... Spanish. Minority speaks English and/or Irish as first language. Rel... ...Related ethnic groups Irish people, Irish Americans, Irish Argentines, Irish Brazilians, Irish Canadian... ...ish Canadians, Irish Mexicans, Irish Peruvians, Irish Uruguayans, Scottish people, Scottish Chileans, Welsh Chileans. ... ... Chileans. Part of a series of articles on I... ...ndés-chileno or Hibernochileno, Irish: Gael-Sileánach) are the inhabitants of Chile who either came from some part of the island of Ireland or are des... ... British ... ... European Chilean Chilean people of Irish descent Irish Chilean ... ... British ...

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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... ...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... ...t lively." [13] [11. Cf. New York Medical Journal, Oct. 16, 1909, p. 751; British Congregationalist, May 28, 1914; New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia, ii... ...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... ...e held this belief are American Indians such as the Hurons, the natives of British Columbia, Alaska, and the Esquimaux of the districts adjacent to Be... ...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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Irish American

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...population Self-identified "Irish" 36,278,332[1] 11.9% of the US population (2008... ... Self-identified "Irish" 36,278,332[1] 11.9% of the US population (2008) Scotch-Irish Americans 27... ...,278,332[1] 11.9% of the US population (2008) Scotch-Irish Americans 27 to 30 million[2][3] Up to 10% of t... ...tch-Irish Americans 27 to 30 million[2][3] Up to 10% of the U.S. population 5,827,046 (Self-reported only, 2008) ... ...Related ethnic groups Irish people, Irish British, Irish Canadians, Irish Mexicans, English Americans, ... ... groups Irish people, Irish British, Irish Canadians, Irish Mexicans, English Americans, Scottish Ameri... ...mmunity Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau.[9] Between 5-6 million people separately identified as Scotch-Irish, whose ancestors were Ulster S... ... 5.1.1 Vice Presidents of Irish descent 5.1.2 Other ... ...Scottish and English tenant farmers who had been settled in Ireland by the British government during the 17th-century Plantation of Ulster.[14] An est...

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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... ...nd this fact proves the close similarity (4. A Reviewer has criticised (’British Quarterly Review,’ Oct. 1st, 1871, page 472) what I have here said... ...ect to insects see Dr. Laycock, "On a General Law of Vital Periodicity," ’British Association,’ 1842. Dr. Macculloch, ’Silliman’s North American Jo... ...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 heraldry

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...Irish heraldry is the forms of heraldry, such as coats of arms, in Ireland. Since 1 April 1943 it is re... ...ts of arms, in Ireland. Since 1 April 1943 it is regulated in the Republic of Ireland by the Office of the Chief Herald of Ireland and in Northern Ire... ... It has jurisdiction over: All Irish citizens, male or female Persons normally re... ...Ireland Persons living abroad who are of provable Irish descent in either the paternal or maternal line ... ...d Persons living abroad who are of provable Irish descent in either the paternal or maternal line Pe... ... to the arms of that sept, a right that on the contrary does not belong to people of the same surname who belong to a different sept.[2] For example, ... ...e chief or to all members of the ruling élite in the sept. The hundreds of people claiming the right to arms indicate, Brennan says, either that they ... ... The escutcheon (left) and crest (right) used by the British monarchs to represent their dominion over Ireland. In 1945, the new... ... The escutcheon (left) and crest (right) used by the British monarchs to represent their dominion over Ireland. In 1945, the new...

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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... ... and this fact proves the close similarity (4. A Reviewer has criticised ('British Quarterly Review,' Oct. 1st, 1871, page 472) what I have here sa... ...spect to insects see Dr. Laycock, "On a General Law of Vital Periodicity," 'British Association,' 1842. Dr. Macculloch, 'Silliman's North American ... ...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 mythology

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... Irish Scottish ... ... Breton British Iron Age religion ... ... Matter of Britain ... ... Bunworth Banshee The mythology of pre-Christian Ireland did not entirely survive the conversion to Christi... ... conversion to Christianity. However, much of it was preserved in medieval Irish literature, though it was shorn of its religious meanings. This liter... ...ve formed part of a propaganda effort designed to create a history for the people of Ireland that could bear comparison with the mythological descent ... ...for the people of Ireland that could bear comparison with the mythological descent of their British invaders from the founders of Rome that was promul... ... Ireland that could bear comparison with the mythological descent of their British invaders from the founders of Rome that was promulgated by Geoffrey... ... tells of a series of invasions or "takings" of Ireland by a succession of peoples, the fifth of whom was the people known as the Tuatha Dé Danann ("P...

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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... ...); and this fact proves the close similarity (4. A Reviewer has criticised ('British Quarterly Review,' Oct. 1st, 1871, page 472) what I have here sai... ...espect to insects see Dr. Laycock, "On a General Law of Vital Periodicity," 'British Association,' 1842. Dr. Macculloch, 'Silliman's North American Jo... ...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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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... ...w, agriculture and politics . Many became eminent as administrators in the British Empire and as senior army and naval officers . The term is n... ... 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... ... pp. 895-907Michael Montgomery, Tennessee Ancestors 20, 143-50 (2004) Anglo-Irish social class The term "Anglo-Irish" is often applied to the me... ... spent much of their careers either in Great Britain or in some part of the British Empire . The Dublin working class playwright Brendan Behan, a... ...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

...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... ...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... ... England, Scotland and Ireland unless they are writing an Itinerary of the British Isles. The situation is possible, certainly, but it isn't simple, o... ... 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... ...n this occasion on account of Benella. I told her that we could not follow British usage and call her by her surname. Dusenberry was too long and too-... ...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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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... ... as Bono, lead singer and principal lyricist of U2 Niall Horan - member of British-Irish boy band One Direction Red Hurley – singer Brian Irvin... ...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... ...rrelly – current WWE wrestlerCiaran Fitzgerald – rugby union player and British and Irish Lions captain Dave Finlay – former WWE wrestler S... ...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

...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 ... ...... ...land, Scotland and Ireland unless they are writing an Itinerary of the British Isles. The situation is possible, certainly, but it isn't simpl... ...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... ...is occasion on account of Benella. I told her that we could not follow British usage and call her by her surname. Dusenberry was too long and ... ...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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Irish Australian

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...evelopment in many different areas. In the late 19th century about a third of the population in Australia was Irish.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/20... ... In the late 19th century about a third of the population in Australia was Irish.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/17/ireland-australia-land-of... ...s Irish.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/17/ireland-australia-land-of-plenty There is no definitive figure of the total number of Australians... ... There is no definitive figure of the total number of Australians with an Irish background. At the 2011 Census, 2, 087, 800 residents identified th... ...land, Australia is more Irish than any other country. It is true that more people of Irish descent have gone to the United States than to Australia; b... ...is more Irish than any other country. It is true that more people of Irish descent have gone to the United States than to Australia; but, as a proport... ...s claim an Irish ancestor, meaning that Australia has proportionately more people of Irish descent than any other place outside Ireland.http://museumv... ... Once in Australia, many of these prisoners continued to plan escapes from British military custody — for example, the 1804 Castle Hill convi... ...ted to Australia in the 19th century were drawn from the poorest sector of British and Irish society. After 1831, the Australian colonies employed a s...

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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... ...... ...in England, Scotland and Ireland unless they are writing an Itinerary of the British Isles. The situation is possible, certainly, but it isn't simple,... ...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... ... on this occasion on account of Benella. I told her that we could not follow British usage and call her by her surname. Dusenberry was too long and to... ... 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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Milesians (Irish)

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... Milesians are a people figuring in Irish mythology . The descendants of Míl Espáine, which is the Irish f... ... Milesians are a people figuring in Irish mythology . The descendants of Míl Espáine, which is the Irish form of the Latin Miles Hispaniae... ... Míl Espáine, which is the Irish form of the Latin Miles Hispaniae, "Soldier of Hispania ", are the final wave of invaders of Ireland in Irish myth... ...spaniae, "Soldier of Hispania ", are the final wave of invaders of Ireland in Irish mythology. They were believed to represent the Goidelic (or Ga... ...n the second half of the 11th century AD) describes the origin of the Gaelic people. They descended from Goídel Glas, a Scythian who was present... ...he realm. Legacy In the historical scheme proposed by T. F. O'Rahilly the descent of the kings of Ireland from the sons of Míl is a fiction inten... ...e 1st or 2nd century BC, giving them the same ancient origin as the indigenous peoples they dominated. However, it has been arguedJohn Carey, "Did the... ...), Edmund Campion tried to use the myth to establish an ancient right of the British monarch to rule Ireland. In A View of the Present State of Irel...

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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. ......................................................... ...n England, Scotland and Ireland unless they are writing an Itinerary of the British Isles. The situation is possible, certainly, but it isn't simple, ... ...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 ... ...on this occasion on account of Benella. I told her that we could not follow British usage and call her by her surname. Dusenberry was too long and too... ...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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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 British descent ... ... Argentine people of Irish descent ... ... Argentine people of British descent ... ... Argentine people of Irish descent ...

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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... ...... ... enormous idols hewn out of stone. The head of one, which you may see in the British Museum, is far taller than the tallest man, and yet the face is r... ... continue in Britain, for the governor, Constantius, had married a Christian British lady, named Helena; and as soon as he ventured to interfere, he s... ...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... ...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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British people

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..., also referred to as Britons, informally as Brits, or archaically as Britishers, are citizens or natives of the United Kingdom, Crown Depend... ...ally as Brits, or archaically as Britishers, are citizens or natives of the United Kingdom, Crown Dependencies, British Overseas Territories,... ...s, are citizens or natives of the United Kingdom, Crown Dependencies, British Overseas Territories, and their descendants.Cfr. Interpretation Ac... ... 50 (1), the United Kingdom includes the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man for the purposes of nationality law.:: However, with the Roman con... ...ticularly in the Tudor period, the term British was applied to the Welsh people . At this time, it was "the long held belief that the Welsh were des... ...stinct, and of the Celtic musical tradition . In the United Kingdom, more people attend live music performances than football matches. British rock ... ...am represents both Northern Ireland and the Republic, and the British and Irish Lions represent the isles as a whole. The UK is represented by a sin...

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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... ... and this fact proves the close similarity (4. A Reviewer has criticised ('British Quarterly Review,' Oct. 1st, 1871, page 472) what I have here said ... ...pect to insects see Dr. Laycock, "On a General Law of Vital Periodicity," 'British Association,' 1842. Dr. Macculloch, 'Silliman's North American Jour... ...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 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... ...ntitled to be an Irish citizen);[4] a British citizen;[5] a resident of the ... ...t apply, however, when a diplomat parents a child with an Irish citizen, a British citizen or a permanent resident.[11] In 2001, Ireland enacted a mea... ...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...

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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... ...ouse after two nights of exposure in the streets. As a boy he had enlisted in the British navy, and for two score years and more served faithfully a... ...e public houses 63 empty by magic, and the swarthy allegiants are cheered by their British brothers, who return at once to the carouse. 'And how di... ... 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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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 ... ... 2 Britain 2.1 'Irish' named units of the British Army 2.2 '... ... 2.2 'Irish' named 1922 disbanded units of the British Army ... ... 6.1 Events 6.2 People 6.3 'Irish'... ... – Admiral of the Chilean navy Che Guevara – Argentinian irisch descent. Revolutionary in Cuba Ruper...

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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... ... waiting in line at the workhouse after two nights of exposure in the streets. As a boy he had enlisted in the British navy, and for two score years... ...ish, through the pavement mud. The public houses empty by magic, and the swarthy allegiants are cheered by their British brothers, who return at once ... ... 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 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... ...state their national identity, over 79% of Northern Irish Protestants replied "British" or "Ulster" with 3% or less replying "Irish", while over 60% o... ...er 60% of Northern Irish Catholics replied "Irish" with 13% or less replying "British" or "Ulster". A survey in 1999 showed that 72% of Northern Iris...

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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... ...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... ...inhabitants of those countries have become more and more fused with their British and Gallic neighbors. We must, therefore, at the beginning of t... ...amely, Gaul, a part of Spain, Northern Italy, and what we call to-day the British Isles, are found to be peopled by a race apparently of the same o...

...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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Early Irish literature

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...vernacular literature in Western Europe.[1] The earliest existing examples of the written Irish language are Ogham inscriptions dating from the 4th ce... ...rature in Western Europe.[1] The earliest existing examples of the written Irish language are Ogham inscriptions dating from the 4th century. Extant m... ...e written in Latin some time in the 5th century, and preserved in the Book of Armagh. Contents ... ... Contents 1 The earliest Irish authors 2 The Old Irish glosses ... ...first bishop to the Irish believers in Christ.[2] Pelagius, an influential British heretic who taught in Rome in the early 5th century, fragments of w... ...agments of whose writings survive, is said by Jerome to have been of Irish descent.[3] Coelius Sedulius, the 5th century author of the Carmen Paschale... ...a ("Letter", condemning the raiding and slaving activities in Ireland of a British king, Coroticus), survive. They were written in Latin some time in ... ...k, were originally intended to be acted, or at least recited, by different people. If this be really so, then the Irish had at least the rudiments of ... ...tales. They took interest and pride in preserving early memorials of their people. They cultivated the native language to such a degree that at an ear...

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The People of the Abyss

By: Jack London

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS Author: JACK LONDON Language: English Subject: Ficti... ...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS Author: JACK LONDON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ... the Abyss i The People of the Abyss Jack London • PREFACE • CHAPTER I−−THE DESCENT • CHAPTER II−−JOHNNY UPRIGHT • CHAPTER III−−MY LODGING AND SOME O... ...after two nights of exposure in the streets. As a boy he had enlisted in the British navy, and for two score years and more served faithfully and well... ...blic− houses empty by magic, and the swarthy allegiants are cheered by their British brothers, who return at once to the carouse. "And how did you li... ...he 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." "What?... ...r; 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 at home ...

...Preface: The experiences related in this volume fell to me in the summer of 1902. I went down into the under?world of London with an attitude of mind which I may best liken to that of the explorer. I was open to be convinced by the evidence of my eyes, rather than by the teachings of those who had...

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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 ... ...h Free State, an entity independent from the United Kingdom but within the British Empire. The conflict was waged between two oppo... ...e Free State forces, which were heavily armed with weapons provided by the British Government. The conflict may have claimed more lives than the War o... ...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...

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The People of the Abyss

By: Jack London

...iterature Collection World Public Library.org THE ABYSS Title: THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS Author: JACK LONDON Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...re Collection World Public Library.org THE ABYSS Title: THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSS Author: JACK LONDON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...... ...scrap heap. JACK LONDON. PIEDMONT, CALIFORNIA. CHAPTER I--THE DESCENT "But you can't do it, you know," friends said, to whom I app... ... two nights of exposure in the streets. As a boy he had enlisted in the British navy, and for two score years and more served faithfully and well.... ...- houses empty by magic, and the swarthy allegiants are cheered by their British brothers, who return at once to the carouse. "And how did you li... ...ies '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." "Wha... ...orne." "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 at hom...

...aving every day and night at their doors for food and shelter. All the charitable institutions have exhausted their means in trying to raise supplies of food for the famishing residents of the garrets and cellars of London lanes and alleys. The quarters of the Salvation Army in various parts of London are nightly besieged by hosts of the unemployed and the hungry for whom ...

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Scotch-Irish American

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...Scotch-Irish (or Scots-Irish) Americans are the descendants of Presbyterian and other Protestant dissenters from the Irish province of ... ...e the descendants of Presbyterian and other Protestant dissenters from the Irish province of Ulster who migrated to North America during the 18th and ... ..., Parke Jr., The Great Wagon Road, Dietz Press, 2004, pg. 32; "...250, 000 people left for America between 1717 and 1800...20, 000 were Anglo-Irish, 2... ...50, 000 people left for America between 1717 and 1800...20, 000 were Anglo-Irish, 20, 000 were Gaelic Irish, and the remainder Ulster-Scots or Scotch-... ...ethen, H.T. & Wood, C.W., From Ulster to Carolina, North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 2005, pg. 22; "more than 100, 000", Griffin, Patri... ...ves and History, 2005, pg. 22; "more than 100, 000", Griffin, Patrick, The People with No Name, Princeton University Press, 2001, pg 1; "200, 000", Le... ...e, of fair and florid complexion, features which testified his Scots-Irish descent" (1884)See English author Kingsley Amis endorsed the traditional... ...cred on the bridge in the town. The settlers responded in kind, as did the British-controlled government in Dublin, with attacks on the Irish civilian... ... the state church were often absentee landlords and the descendants of the British aristocracy who had been given land by the monarchy. For this reaso...

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The People of the Abyss

By: Jack London

...LE OF THE ABYSS by JACK LONDON The People of the Abyss Jack London The chief priests and rulers cry:- "O Lor... ...HE ABYSS by JACK LONDON The People of the Abyss Jack London The chief priests and rulers cry:- "O Lord and M... ...sword and flame, To hold thine earth forever the same, And with sharp crooks of steel to keep, Still as thou leftest them, thy sheep." Then Christ sou... ...e than the scrap heap. 1 JACK LONDON. PIEDMONT, CALIFORNIA. CHAPTER I--THE DESCENT "But you can't do it, you know," friends said, to whom I applied ... ...o 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 they are... ...fter two nights of exposure in the streets. As a boy he had enlisted in the British navy, and for two score years and more served faithfully and well... ...blic- houses empty by magic, and the swarthy allegiants are cheered by their British brothers, who return at once to the carouse. "And how did you li... ...he 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." "What?... ...r; 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 at home ...

...PREFACE The experiences related in this volume fell to me in the summer of 1902. I went down into the under-world of London with an attitude of mind which I may best liken to that of the explorer. I was open to be convinced by the evidence of my eyes, rather than by the teachings of those who had...

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List of expatriate Irish populations

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...population in any country other than Ireland or Northern Ireland is generally considered to be Irish emigrants and their descendants, at least to the ... ...erally considered to be Irish emigrants and their descendants, at least to the extent that the people involved are aware of their Irish heritage and w... ...ish emigrants and their descendants, at least to the extent that the people involved are aware of their Irish heritage and willing to acknowledge it. ... ...ants and their descendants, at least to the extent that the people involved are aware of their Irish heritage and willing to acknowledge it. This defi... ...their Irish heritage and willing to acknowledge it. This definition applies to over 80 million people, considerably more than the 3 million of Irish n... ...ge it. This definition applies to over 80 million people, considerably more than the 3 million of Irish nationality who reside in other countries. Thi... ...ncludes Irish citizens who have emigrated abroad and their children, who are Irish citizens by descent under Irish law. It also includes their grandch... ...  England Irish British ... ...  United Kingdom Irish British ...

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The People of the Ruins

By: Edward Shanks

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE PEOPLE OF THE RUINS Author: EDWARD SHANKS Language: English Subject: Fic... ...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE PEOPLE OF THE RUINS Author: EDWARD SHANKS Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...... ...ons described him as the most consistent and richly eloquent grumbler on the British front; and he filled in his spare time by poking round little sho... ...hen while his palate was still savoring the first breath of the strong, cool Irish tobacco in the new pipe, the priest began again his rambling spoken... ...great deserted repository where, before the Troubles, the authorities of the British Museum had stored the innumerable and bewildering periodicals of ... ...fened, did not see the discomfort of his charge. Somehow Jeremy finished the descent and passed the silent group without a gesture that betrayed his a... ...oment for taking their seats. Here he found himself alone. After lighting an Irish cigar, he strolled jauntily up and down the room with his hands in ...

...amiliar, and tried to go to sleep again. But sleep would not come. Though he felt dull and stupid, he was yet invincibly awake. His eyes opened again of themselves, and he stared round him once more. It was the subdued light, filtered through the curtains, that was strange; and as intelligence flowed back into his empty mind, he realized that this was because it was much s...

...Table of Contents: THE PEOPLE OF THE RUINS, 1 -- Edward Shanks, 1 -- Chapter I. TROUBLE, 1 -- Chapter II. THE DEAD RAT, 8 -- Chapter III. A WORLD GROWN STRANGE, 15 -- Chapter IV. DISCOVERIES, 24 -- Chapter V. THE SPEAKER, 35 -- Cha...

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Labour Party Irish Society

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...The Labour Party Irish Society is a socialist society affiliated to the British Labour Party. It is a collective body of Labour Party members of Ir... ...st society affiliated to the British Labour Party. It is a collective body of Labour Party members of Irish birth or descent, and those interested in ... ...e British Labour Party. It is a collective body of Labour Party members of Irish birth or descent, and those interested in Ireland and Irish affairs. ... ...r Party. It is a collective body of Labour Party members of Irish birth or descent, and those interested in Ireland and Irish affairs. It promotes the... ...d those interested in Ireland and Irish affairs. It promotes the interests of the Irish in Britain as a whole, and encourages Irish people to become i... ... interested in Ireland and Irish affairs. It promotes the interests of the Irish in Britain as a whole, and encourages Irish people to become involved... ...tes the interests of the Irish in Britain as a whole, and encourages Irish people to become involved in the Labour Party and politics generally. ...

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The Child and Childhood in Folk-Thought Studies of the Activities and Influences of the Child Among Primitive Peoples, Their Analogues and Survivals in the Civilization of To-Day

By: Alexander F. Chamberlain

....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 ... ...dies of the Activities and Influences of The Child Among Primitive Peoples, Their Analogues and Survivals in the Civilization of To-Da... ... STUDIES OF THE ACTIVITIES AND INFLUENCES OF THE CHILD AMONG PRIMITIVE PEOPLES, THEIR ANALOGUES AND SURVIVALS IN THE CIVILIZATION OF TO-DAY ... ... of South America, _pa_ is "father," _pa-n_, "mother"; in the PEntlate of British Columbia, "father" is _mãa_, "mother," _tãa_, while in the Songish... ... male or a female who speaks. Thus in the Okanak·ên, a Salish dialect of British Columbia, a man or a boy says for "mother," _sk'õi_, a woman or a ... ...ncas point to an origin from Lake Titicaca, and other tribes fabled their descent from fountains and streams (412. 204). Here belong, doubtless, som... ...rra_, Latin _atta_, "father"; Old Slavonic _otí-ci_, "little father"; Old Irish _aite_, "foster-father." _Atta_ belongs to the category of "nature-w... ...spread term for "male child, or descendant," originally meant, as the Old Irish _suth_, "birth, fruit," and the Sanskrit _sû_, "to bear, to give bi...

...Prefatory Note: The present volume is an elaboration and amplification of lectures on ?The Child in Folk-Thought,? delivered by the writer at the summer school held at Clark University in 1894. In connection with the interesting topic of ?Child-Study? which now engages so much the attention of t...

...BUTE TO THE MOTHER (Continued) IV. THE CHILD'S TRIBUTE TO THE FATHER V. THE NAME CHILD VI. THE CHILD IN THE PRIMITIVE LABORATORY VII. THE BRIGHT SIDE OF CHILD-LIFE: PARENTAL AFFECTION VIII. CHILDHOOD THE GOLDEN AGE IX. CHILDREN'S FOOD X. CHILDREN'S SOULS XI. CHILDREN'S FLOWERS, PLANTS, AND TREES XII. CHILDREN'S ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC. XIII. CHILD-LIFE AND EDUCATION IN GENERAL...

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British Pakistanis

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...Part of a series on British Pakistanis ... ... Pakistani communities · Bradford Pakistani community of London Languages ... ... Balti (food) · Balti Triangle British Punjabi writers Discrimination Fictional Br... ... Notables List of British Pakistanis English people of Pakistani descent ... ... List of British Pakistanis English people of Pakistani descent Scottish people of Pakistani descen... ... List of British Pakistanis English people of Pakistani descent Scottish people of Pakistani descent Welsh ... ...descent Scottish people of Pakistani descent Welsh people of Pakistani descent Northern Irish people of Pakistani ... ...descent Welsh people of Pakistani descent Northern Irish people of Pakistani descent ... ...descent Welsh people of Pakistani descent Northern Irish people of Pakistani descent ...

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The Child and Childhood in Folk-Thought Studies of the Activities and Influences of the Child Among Primitive Peoples, Their Analogues and Survivals in the Civilization of To-Day

By: Alexander F. Chamberlain

....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 ... ...dies of the Activities and Influences of The Child Among Primitive Peoples, Their Analogues and Survivals in the Civilization of To-Da... ... STUDIES OF THE ACTIVITIES AND INFLUENCES OF THE CHILD AMONG PRIMITIVE PEOPLES, THEIR ANALOGUES AND SURVIVALS IN THE CIVILIZATION OF TO-DAY ... ...lona of South America, pa is "father," pa-n, "mother"; in the PEntlate of British Columbia, "father" is maa, "mother," taa, while in the Songish man... ... male or a female who speaks. Thus in the Okanak.en, a Salish dialect of British Columbia, a man or a boy says for "mother," sk'oi, a woman or a gi... ...ncas point to an origin from Lake Titicaca, and other tribes fabled their descent from fountains and streams (412. 204). Here belong, doubtless, som... ...eek arra, Latin atta, "father"; Old Slavonic oti-ci, "little father"; Old Irish aite, "foster-father." Atta belongs to the category of "nature-words... ...spread term for "male child, or descendant," originally meant, as the Old Irish suth, "birth, fruit," and the Sanskrit su, "to bear, to give birth ...

...The present volume is an elaboration and amplification of lectures on ?The Child in Folk-Thought,? delivered by the writer at the summer school held at Clark University in 1894. In connection with the interesting topic of ?Child-Study? which now engages so much the attention of t...

...BUTE TO THE MOTHER (Continued) IV. THE CHILD'S TRIBUTE TO THE FATHER V. THE NAME CHILD VI. THE CHILD IN THE PRIMITIVE LABORATORY VII. THE BRIGHT SIDE OF CHILD-LIFE: PARENTAL AFFECTION VIII. CHILDHOOD THE GOLDEN AGE IX. CHILDREN'S FOOD X. CHILDREN'S SOULS XI. CHILDREN'S FLOWERS, PLANTS, AND TREES XII. CHILDREN'S ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC. XIII. CHILD-LIFE AND EDUCATION IN GENERAL...

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Irish-American Heritage Month

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... Significance Celebration of Irish-Americans contributions ... ... Significance Celebration of Irish-Americans contributions ... ... Date Month of March Duration ... ... annual Irish-American Heritage Month is a special proclamation issued yearly by th... ...ity, it occurred on 17 March 1762, featuring Irish soldiers serving in the British military protecting the Colonies during the French and Indian War. ... ...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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