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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution, Vol. 2

By: James Maccaffrey

... hitherto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descendan... ...struggle between the houses of Lancaster and York many of the great feudal barons had fallen on the field of battle or by the hands of the executioner... ...other attempt was made to induce him to submit, but he refused, and on the 6th July he finished his career as a martyr for Rome.[32] The execution of... ...scape, he consented with bad grace to go through the ceremony of marriage (6th Jan., 1540). Henry was displeased and made no secret of his displeasure... ...o death in 1678, eleven in 1679, two in 1680 and one, the Venerable Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh, the last victim put to death for religion up... ...ferent parts of Ireland, such as the Cowleys, Alens, St. Legers, Lutrells, Plunketts, Dillons, Nugents, Prestons, Berminghams, Townleys, Aylmers, Flem... ...reton was enabled to take city after city. Limerick was taken in 1651, and Terence O'Brien, Bishop of Emly, was put to death. Bishop MacMahon of Clogh... ...igdrohid to surrender, he encouraged them to continue the struggle (1650); Terence Albert O'Brien, Bishop of Emly, was captured by Ireton after the si...

...ded he could guarantee peace both at home and abroad. Practically speaking, hitherto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descendants, and as a result the power of the king, more especially in regard to taxation, was hedged round by several restrictions....

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Baron Plunket

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...reated in 1827 for the prominent Irish lawyer and Whig politician William Plunket . He served as Lord Chancellor of Ireland from 1830 and 1834 ... ...nd from 1830 and 1834 and again from 1835 to 1841. His eldest son, the second Baron, was Bishop of Tuam, Killala and Achonry between 1839 and 1866.... ...nry between 1839 and 1866. He was succeeded by his younger brother, the third Baron. He was a barrister. His eldest son, the fourth Baron, served as ... ... Two other members of the family have also gained distinction. The Hon. David Plunket, second son of the third Baron, was a Conservative politician... ...h Baron Plunket (1828–1897)William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket (1864–1920)Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938)Patrick Terenc... ...)William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket (1864–1920)Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938)Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th... ...(b. 1925) The heir presumptive is the present holder's nephew, Tyrone Shaun Terence Plunket (b. 1966), only son of Lord Plunket's youngest brother,...

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A Popular History of Ireland V1

By: Mcgee, Thomas D'Arcy; 1825-1868

...k at court, by the tenure of the sword. Like the feudal Dukes of Prance, and Barons of England, these military nobles often proved too powerful for th... ...the ancient plain of Moynith, watered by the little river Finn, (the present barony of Raphoe,) he encountered the enemy, and according to the Annals,... ...es of the islets, Skerries, Lambey, and Saltees. Many noble families, as the Plunkets, McIvers, Archbolds, Harolds, Stacks, Skiddies, Cruises, and McA... ...rried them in fetters to the Castle of Lea, in Offally. This happened on the 6th day of December; a Parliament assembled at Kilkenny on the 12th of Ma... ... taking prisoner the Earl of Desmond, the Prior of Trim, the Lords Barnwall, Plunkett, Nugent, and other Methian magnates—a circumstance which also se... ...several of the schoolmen, the dialogues of St. Gregory, Virgil, Juvenal, and Terence; the Holy Bible; Boethius' Consolations of Philosophy, and Saint ... ...udence and holiness, confine himself by vow to a life of constant mendicity; 6th, that minor brothers are not obliged by their rule to beg; 7th, that ... ... London three months before Queen Mary−on the Feast of the Assumption, 1558. Terence, Dean of Armagh, who acted as administrator, convened a Synod of ...

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Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket

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...Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket CVO, (8 September 1923-1975) was Equerry to ... ...Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket CVO, (8 September 1923-1975) was Equerry to Queen Elizab... ...k/news/uknews/the_queens_diamond_jubilee/9074791/Her-Majestys-A-Team.html Plunket's mother, Dorothé Mabel Lewis, was the illegitimate daughter of the... ...k Barnato, who died during World War I, she married as her second husband Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket . When his parents were killed in an ai... ...ed during World War I, she married as her second husband Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket . When his parents were killed in an air accident in 193... ...uring World War I, she married as her second husband Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket . When his parents were killed in an air accident in 1938, P...

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Popular History of Ireland Volume 1 from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics

By: Thomas Darcy Mcgee

...ancient plain of Moynith, watered by the little river Finn, (the present barony of Raphoe,) he encountered the enemy, and according to the Annals,... ...mself drowned in a sack, in the little river Nanny, which divides the two baronies of Duleek. This death-penalty by drowning seems to have been one... ...f the islets, Skerries, Lambey, and Saltees. Many noble families, as the Plunkets, McIvers, Archbolds, Harolds, Stacks, Skiddies, Cruises, and McAu... ...d them in fetters to the Castle of Lea, in Offally. This happened on the 6th day of December; a Parliament assembled at Kilkenny on the 12th of Mar... ...ing prisoner the Earl of Desmond, the Prior of Trim, the Lords Barnwall, Plunkett, Nugent, and other Methian magnates--a circumstance which also se... ...eral of the schoolmen, the dialogues of St. Gregory, Virgil, Juvenal, and Terence; the Holy Bible; Boethius' Consolations of Philosophy, and Saint T... ...nce and holiness, confine himself by vow to a life of constant mendicity; 6th, that minor brothers are not obliged by their rule to beg; 7th, that t... ...ndon three months before Queen Mary-on the Feast of the Assumption, 1558. Terence, Dean of Armagh, who acted as administrator, convened a Synod of t...

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Plunkett

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...ssociated with Ireland, possibly of Norse or Norman origin, may be spelled Plunkett, Plunket, Plunkit, Plunkitt, Plonkit, Plonkitt, Plonket, Plonkett,... ...et, Plonkett, or Plunceid, and may refer to: Baron Plunket, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ... ...onkett, or Plunceid, and may refer to: Baron Plunket, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ... ...Kingdom William Conyngham Plunket, 1st Baron Plunket (1764–1854) Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Whig MP for Dublin Un... ...t (1864–1920) Governor of New Zealand Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938) ... ...ew Zealand Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938) Patrick ... ...6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938) Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket (1923–1975) ...

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From the Renaissance to the French Revolution Vol. Ii

By: Rev. James Maccaffrey

...therto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descen... ...e between the houses of Lancaster and York many of the great feudal barons had fallen on the field of battle or by the hands of the executio... ...er attempt was made to induce him to submit, but he refused, and on the 6th July he finished his career as a martyr for Rome.[32] The exe... ... he consented with bad grace to go through the ceremony of marriage (6th Jan., 1540). Henry was displeased and made no secret of his displeas... ...h in 1678, eleven in 1679, two in 1680 and one, the Venerable Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh, the last victim put to death for religion... ... parts of Ireland, such as the Cowleys, Alens, St. Legers, Lutrells, Plunketts, Dillons, Nugents, Prestons, Berminghams, Townleys, Aylmers, F... ... was enabled to take city after city. Limerick was taken in 1651, and Terence O'Brien, Bishop of Emly, was put to death. Bishop MacMahon of Cl... ...rohid to surrender, he encouraged them to continue the struggle (1650); Terence Albert O'Brien, Bishop of Emly, was captured by Ireton after the...

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List of barons in the peerages of Britain and Ireland

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... Ireland, and the United Kingdom . Note that it does not include those extant baronies which have become merged (either through marriage or elevation... ...seen as subsidiary titles. For a more complete list, which adds these "hidden" baronies as well as extinct, dormant, abeyant, and forfeit ones, see L... ... 7th Baron Camoys #The Baron Grey of Codnor (1397) #*Richard Cornwall-Legh, 6th Baron Grey of Codnor #The Baron Berkeley (1421) #* Anthony Gueter... ...2) (known as the Lord Napier and Ettrick) #* Francis Napier, 15th Lord Napier, 6th Baron Ettrick #The Lord Fairfax of Cameron (1627) #* Nicholas Fa... ...*Nevinson de Courcy, 36th Baron Kingsale #The Baron Dunsany (1439?) #*Randal Plunkett, 21st Baron Dunsany #The Baron Trimlestown (1462) #*Raymond ... ...*Richard Butler, 20th/30th Baron Dunboyne #The Baron Louth (1541) #*Jonathan Plunkett, 17th Baron Louth #The Baron Inchiquin (1543) #* Conor Myles... ...n Puttnam (1997) #*David Puttnam, Baron Puttnam #The Baron Higgins (1997) #*Terence Higgins, Baron Higgins #The Baron Naseby (1997) #*Michael Mor... ...oung, Baroness Young of Old Scone #The Baron Thomas of Macclesfield (1997) #*Terence Thomas, Baron Thomas of Macclesfield #The Baron Simpson of Dun...

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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution, V 2

By: Rev. James Maccaffrey

...g, hitherto absolutism had been unknown. The rights that had been won by the barons on the plains of Runnymede were guarded jealously by their descend... ...g struggle between the houses of Lancaster and York many of the great feudal barons had fallen on the field of battle or by the hands of the execution... ...another attempt was made to induce him to submit, but he refused, and on the 6th July he finished his career as a martyr for Rome.[32] History of the... ... escape, he consented with bad grace to go through the ceremony of marriage (6th Jan., 1540). Henry was displeased and made no secret of his displeasu... ... to death in 1678, eleven in 1679, two in 1680 and one, the Venerable Oliver Plunket, Archbishop of Armagh, the last victim put to death for religion ... ...ifferent parts of Ireland, such as the Cowleys, Alens, St. Legers, Lutrells, Plunketts, Dillons, Nugents, Prestons, Berminghams, Townleys, Aylmers, Fl... ... Ireton was enabled to take city after city. Limerick was taken in 1651, and Terence O'Brien, Bishop of Emly, was put to death. Bishop MacMahon of Clo... ...ING THE REIGN OF THE STUARTS (1604−1689) 179 continue the struggle (1650); Terence Albert O'Brien, Bishop of Emly, was captured by Ireton after the ...

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Fannie Ward

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...8, shortly after their marriage. Her second husband, married in 1922, was Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were th... ...heir marriage. Her second husband, married in 1922, was Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patr... ...iage. Her second husband, married in 1922, was Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunk... .... Her second husband, married in 1922, was Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, ... ...ket, 6th Baron Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and... ...n Plunket (1899–1938), and they were the parents of Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Rathmore Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and of Hon. Sha...

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Popular History of Ireland from the Earliest Period to the Emancipation of the Catholics

By: Thomas Darcy Mcgee

...ancient plain of Moynith, watered by the little river Finn, (the present barony of Raphoe,) he encountered the enemy, and according to the Annals, ... ...mself drowned in a sack, in the little river Nanny, which divides the two baronies of Duleek. This death-penalty by drowning seems to have been one... ...f the islets, Skerries, Lambey, and Saltees. Many noble families, as the Plunkets, McIvers, Archbolds, Harolds, Stacks, Skiddies, Cruises, and McAu... ...d them in fetters to the Castle of Lea, in Offally. This happened on the 6th day of December; a Parliament assembled at Kilkenny on the 12th of Mar... ...ing prisoner the Earl of Desmond, the Prior of Trim, the Lords Barnwall, Plunkett, Nugent, and other Methian magnates--a circumstance which also se... ...eral of the schoolmen, the dialogues of St. Gregory, Virgil, Juvenal, and Terence; the Holy Bible; Boethius' Consolations of Philosophy, and Saint T... ...nce and holiness, confine himself by vow to a life of constant mendicity; 6th, that minor brothers are not obliged by their rule to beg; 7th, that t... ...ndon three months before Queen Mary-on the Feast of the Assumption, 1558. Terence, Dean of Armagh, who acted as administrator, convened a Synod of t...

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Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava

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...landowners in Ulster over the following two hundred years, and were created baronet s in 1763, entering the Peerage of Ireland in 1800 as Baron ... ...ndowning and high-society ambitions, but Dufferin's father, Captain The 4th Baron Dufferin and Claneboye, R.N., did not marry into a landowning fa... ...t Novar), who later became Governor-General of Australia . They had no issue. Terence Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 2nd Marquess of Dufferin and Ava (1... ...r christening was Queen Victoria, was married firstly in 1894 to William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket and had eight children by him, and secondly... ... him, and secondly to Colonel Francis Powell Braithwaite CBE DSO . Her son Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket was married to Dorothé Ma... ... to Colonel Francis Powell Braithwaite CBE DSO . Her son Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket was married to Dorothé Mabel Lewis, the ill... ...el Francis Powell Braithwaite CBE DSO . Her son Terence Conyngham Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket was married to Dorothé Mabel Lewis, the illegitimate...

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Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay

By: George Otto Trevelyan Bart

...abourer, a pathetic ballad." The "Childe" of the story was a neighbouring baronet, and the "Abbot" a neighbouring rector, and the whole performance,... ...ot of old members illustrating their criticisms by recollections of Lord Plunket. He had reason to be pleased; for he had been thought worthy of th... ...assent of a younger generation, that there had been nothing like it since Plunket. The unequivocal success of the first speech into which he had ... ...to- day. I heard no fine music yesterday, saw nobody above the rank of a baronet, and was shut up in my own room reading and writing all the mornin... ...e Duke of Wellington, and carried in the Lords by 79 votes to 69. On June 6th a counter-resolution was carried in the Commons by 361 votes to 98.] ... ...s; about half of Lucian; two or three books of Athenaeus; Plautus twice; Terence twice; Lucretius twice; Catullus; Tibullus; Propertius; Lucan; Sta... ...ly as if he were preparing the book for another edition. He read Plautus, Terence, and Aristophanes four times through at Calcutta; and Euripides t...

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Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry

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... Background and education The eldest son of Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 6th Marquess of Londonderry, and Lady Theresa Susey Helen, daughter of Char... ...a Vane-Tempest-Stewart (1911–1986), who married in 1935 Edward Jessel, 2nd Baron Jessel, and had issue: (i) Hon. Timothy Edward Jessel (1935–1969) who... ...939–2005) and has issue, and in 1980 (div. 1988) Merlin Hanbury-Tracy, 7th Baron Sudeley; and (ii) Lady Rose Deirdre Margaret Keppel (b. 1943) who mar... ...tly after their wedding. Her second husband, whom she married in 1922, was Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patric... ...r their wedding. Her second husband, whom she married in 1922, was Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patrick Plunke... ...edding. Her second husband, whom she married in 1922, was Terence Plunket, 6th Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patrick Plunket, 7th Ba... ...Baron Plunket, and with him she had three sons: Patrick Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket, Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, and the Hon Shaun Plunket. Lord ...

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Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay

By: George Otto Trevelyan Bart

...ourer, a pathetic ballad." The "Childe" of the story was a neighbouring baronet, and the "Abbot" a neighbouring rector, and the whole performanc... ...f old members illustrating their criticisms by recollections of Lord Plunket. He had reason to be pleased; for he had been thought worthy of ... ...sent of a younger generation, that there had been nothing like it since Plunket. The unequivocal success of the first speech into which he h... ... day. I heard no fine music yesterday, saw nobody above the rank of a baronet, and was shut up in my own room reading and writing all the morn... ...Duke of Wellington, and carried in the Lords by 79 votes to 69. On June 6th a counter-resolution was carried in the Commons by 361 votes to 98.]... ...bout half of Lucian; two or three books of Athenaeus; Plautus twice; Terence twice; Lucretius twice; Catullus; Tibullus; Propertius; Lucan; S... ... as if he were preparing the book for another edition. He read Plautus, Terence, and Aristophanes four times through at Calcutta; and Euripides ...

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List of Old Harrovians

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...noa, a prince of the House of Savoy His Highness, Baron LPT B.A.Sforza, a prince of the house of Thurn und Taxis ... ...irst Prime Minister of India Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet, Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom ... ... Politicians Thomas Agar-Robartes, 6th Viscount Clifden, Liberal Member of Parliament ... ...enneth Carlisle, Tory minister William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire, Lord Chamberlain Robert Cr... ...y, Home Secretary and Ambassador at Paris William Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket, Governor of New Zealand ... ... Charles Perry, Bishop of Melbourne Benjamin Plunket, Anglican Bishop of Meath Horatio Powys, B... ...ter, alias "Barry Cornwall" [friend of Keats] Sir Terence Rattigan, dramatist Richard Brinsley Sheri...

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Music lovers' cyclopedia : containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, &c., including a key to the pronunciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

...jor (or minor) 9th ; 5. Eleventh (compound 4th) ; 6. Major (or minor) I3th (compound 6th). ^[Thus the first sign of chromatic alteration is the interc... ...gn of chromatic alteration is the interchange- ability of the major and minor 3d and 6th of the scale. The harmonic formula shown in Fig. I can be bui... ...s), F. Son. Frau (frow), G. Mrs. Fraulein (fri'- lin). Miss. Freiherr (fri'-har), G. Baron. Geheimrath (gd-hlm'-rat), G. Privy counsellor. Gesellschaf... ...s). Of Oxford University. pere (par), F. Father. Reichsfreiherr (rikhs'-frl-har), G. Baron of the empire. Ritter (rlt'-ter), G. Knight, chevalier. sie... ...don, 1696 (1695 ?) 1755 ; teacher and compos- 464 THE MUSICAL GUIDE er. (2) (Harry) Plunket, b. Old Connaught House. Co. Wicklow, Ireland, June 24, 1... ...rings (op. 20). This same year he matriculated at Berlin Univ. with a translation of Terence, said to be the first German attempt to render Terence in...

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2013 in the United Kingdom

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...4, singer (The Marbles). Tarsem King, Baron King of West Bromwich, 75, politician and peer. ... ...th (1985–1993). Sir John Gilmour, 4th Baronet, 68, soldier and aristocrat. B... .... 2 May – Sir Terence Beckett, 89, businessman, Director-General of the Confederation of ... ... 10 September – Richard Grey, 6th Earl Grey, 74, peer and businessman. ... ... 16 November – Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, 87, peer. ... ...e-winning writer. Gerald Spring Rice, 6th Baron Monteagle of Brandon, 87, peer and businessman. ... .... 2 May – Sir Terence Beckett, 89, businessman, Director-General of the Confederation of ... ... 16 November – Robin Plunket, 8th Baron Plunket, 87, peer. ...

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The History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans to the Accession of King George the Fifth

By: John Lingard

...ng into the means you work by.”—Ibid. 163. See also another letter, of April 6th, in Leland, iii. 283.] [Sidenote a: A.D. 1645. August 25.] To the sur... ...t from the Lords, to annul all the votes passed from the 20th of July to the 6th of August. Four times,[a] contrary to the practice of the house, the ... ...[a] there the new commissioners, the earls of Cassilis and Lothian, with two barons, two burgesses, and three ministers. Their present scarcely differ... ...uctions, as Clanricard had required), joined[b] his colleagues, Sir Nicholas Plunket, and Geoffrey Brown, in Brussels, and, after a long but ineffectu... ... individuals to the mercy of the conqueror. Of these some made their escape; Terence O'Brien, bishop of Emly, Wallis, a Franciscan friar, Major−Genera... ...Emly, Wallis, a Franciscan friar, Major−General Purcell, Sir Godfrey Galway, Baron, a member of the council, Stretch, the mayor of the city, with Fann... ...s Talbot earl of Castelhaven, Ullick Bourke earl of Clanricarde, Christopher Plunket earl of Fingal, James Dillon earl of Roscommon, Richard Nugent ea...

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List of monastic houses in Ireland

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... church probably founded early 6th century by Mac Nissi (St Macnisse) (Oengus or Coemahan Breac); ... ...ed during the reign of Queen Elizabeth?; granted to Sir Arthur Chichester, Baron of Belfast 1621 Mas-a-rioghna; ... ... early monastic site, founded 6th century by St Lua; St Lua known in Scotland as St Moluag ... ...Con McHenry McOwen); dissolved 1607; granted to Richard Nugent, Baron of Delvin 1611 Ballysaggart; ... ...bsp;— Arroasian dependent on Armagh; founded 1242 by Terence O'Hagan; possibly dissolved by c.1400; conver... ...8; granted to Henry Harrington 1581; part granted to Terence (Tirlaughe) O'Brien 1594 St Mary ... ...45, possibly by the townsmen or Lord Darcy de Platina (Platten), or by the Plunket family, or Lord Ralph Pippard; Observant Franciscan Fria... ...rd de Burgo dissolved after 1515; held by Sir Oliver Plunkett by 1541; granted to Sir Thomas Plunkett, Lord of Louth ...

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The musical guide; containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, etc., including a key to the pronounciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing biogra

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

.... Frau (frow), G. Mrs. Fraulein (fri'- lin). Miss. Freiherr (fri'-har), G. Baron. Geheimrath (ge-him'-rat), 6". Privy counsellor. Gesellschaft (ge-zeT... ...ord University. pere (p^r), F. Father. Reichsfreiherr (rikhs'-fri-hir), G. Baron of the empire. Ritter (rft'-ter), G. Knight, chevalier. sieur (sViir)... ...(1695 ?) 1755 ; teacher and compos- 534 THE MUSICAL GUIDE er. (2) (Harry) Plunket, b. Old Connaught House, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, June 24, 1865 ; bass... ... 20). This same year he matriculated at Berlin Univ. with a translation of Terence, said to be the first German attempt to render Terence in his own m...

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History of Friedrich II of Prussia

By: Thomas Carlyle

...zy state for some centuries back, was at last put out of pain, by Napoleon, '6th August, 1806,' and allowed to cease from this world." [Ms. penes me. ... ...rds one saw not what,−−an Anarchic Republic of Princes, perhaps, and of Free Barons fast verging towards robbery? Sovereignty of multiplex Princes, wi... ...ery? Sovereignty of multiplex Princes, with a Peerage of intermediate Robber Barons? Things are verging that way. Such Princes, big and little, each w... ...n the horizon again in those parts. Gustav having vanished (Field of Lutzen, 6th November, 1632 [Pauli, iv. 576.]), Oxenstiern, with his high attitude... ...G HAND. 783 two Battles would come and talk familiarly, as Scipio did with Terence. You will tell me, I am not Terence; true, but neither is he alto... ...ys a foot−note; [Seyfarth, ii. 831 n.]−−sure enough some adventurous "Thomas PLUNKET," visible this once, soldiering, in those circumstances; never he...

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History of Friedrich II of Prussia

By: Thomas Carlyle

... state for some centuries back, was at last put out of pain, by Napoleon, '6th August, 1806,' and allowed to cease from this world." [Ms. penes me. ] ... ...s one saw not what,--an Anarchic Republic of Princes, perhaps, and of Free Barons fast verging towards robbery? Sovereignty of multiplex Princes, with... ...y? Sovereignty of multiplex Princes, with a Peerage of intermediate Robber Barons? Things are verging that way. Such Princes, big and little, each wre... ...he horizon again in those parts. Gustav having vanished (Field of Lutzen, 6th November, 1632 [Pauli, iv. 576.]), Oxenstiern, with his high attitude, ... ... has gained two Battles would come and talk familiarly, as Scipio did with Terence. You will tell me, I am not Terence; true, but neither is he altoge... ... a foot-note; [Seyfarth, ii. 831 n.]--sure enough some adventurous "Thomas PLUNKET," visible this once, soldiering, in those circumstances; never hear...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...g they found the grave sure enough. One of the drunks spelt out the name: Terence Mulcahy. The other drunk was blinking up at a statue of Our Saviou... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...at? says Bob Doran. Is that Bergan? --Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf. Terence O'Ryan heard him and straightway brought him a crystal cup full of... ...n, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years ... ...rator, N. W. by W.: on the 53rd parallel of 1024 latitude, N., and 6th meridian of longitude, W.: at an angle of 45 degrees to the terrestria...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...g they found the grave sure enough. One of the drunks spelt out the name: Terence Mulcahy. The other drunk was blinking up at a statue of Our Saviou... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...at? says Bob Doran. Is that Bergan? --Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf. Terence O'Ryan heard him and straightway brought him a crystal cup full o... ...n, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years be... .... by E.: Narrator, N. W. by W.: on the 53rd parallel of latitude, N., and 6th meridian of longitude, W.: at an angle of 45 degrees to the terrestria...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

... fog they found the grave sure enough. One of the drunks spelt out the name: Terence Mulcahy. The other drunk was blinking up at a statue of Our Savio... ...in the year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to sta... ... prophet, professor MacHugh responded. −− Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner... ...oran. Is that Bergan? Ulysses Ulysses 232 −−Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf. Terence O'Ryan heard him and straightway brought him a crystal cup full o... ...llon, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? Ulysses Ulysse... .... E. by E.: Narrator, N. W. by W.: on the 53rd parallel of latitude, N., and 6th meridian of longitude, W.: at an angle of 45§ to the terrestrial equa...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...og they found the grave sure enough. One of the drunks spelt out the name: Terence Mulcahy. The other drunk was blinking up at a statue of Our Saviour... ... the year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To 75 all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to s... ...ophet, professor MacHugh responded. -- Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner. ... ...ing at? says Bob Doran. Is that Bergan? --Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf. Terence O'Ryan heard him and straightway brought him a crystal cup full of ... ...on, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years before... ...E. by E.: Narrator, N. W. by W.: on the 53rd parallel of latitude, N., and 6th meridian of longitude, W.: at an angle of 45§ to the terrestrial equato...

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Ulysses

By: James Joyce

...g they found the grave sure enough. One of the drunks spelt out the name: Terence Mulcahy. The other drunk was blinking up at a statue of Our Saviou... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...at? says Bob Doran. Is that Bergan? --Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf. Terence O'Ryan heard him and straightway brought him a crystal cup full of... ..., the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years ... .... by E.: Narrator, N. W. by W.: on the 53rd parallel of latitude, N., and 6th meridian of longitude, W.: at an angle of 45 degrees to the terrestria...

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Ulysse

By: James Joyce

...g they found the grave sure enough. One of the drunks spelt out the name: Terence Mulcahy. The other drunk was blinking up at a statue of Our Saviou... ...he year one thousand and. Demesne situate in the townland of Rosenallis, barony of Tinnahinch. To all whom it may concern schedule pursuant to stat... ...phet, professor MacHugh responded. --Do you know that story about chief baron Palles? J. J. O'Molloy asked. It was at the royal university dinner.... ...at? says Bob Doran. Is that Bergan? --Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf. Terence O'Ryan heard him and straightway brought him a crystal cup full of... ...n, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton. What relation existed between their ages? 16 years be... .... by E.: Narrator, N. W. by W.: on the 53rd parallel of latitude, N., and 6th meridian of longitude, W.: at an angle of 45 degrees to the terrestria...

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Life of Johnson, Vol. 2

By: Birkbeck Hill

...e had from Diderot in 1781:--'Hume dina avec une grande compagnie chez le Baron d'Holbach. Il etait assis a cote du Baron; on parla de la religion ... ... world; the world has always a right to be regarded.' Notes and Queries, 6th S. v. 343. In The Adventurer, No. 131, he has a paper on 'Singularitie... ... polite card from Mr. Thrale and her, inviting me to Streatham. On the 6th of October I complied with this obliging invitation, and found, at an ... ...lled them 'three dowdies,' and said, with as high a spirit as the boldest Baron in the most perfect days of the feudal system, 'An ancient estate sh... ...8) says that 'St. Jerome relates that Donatus, explaining that passage in Terence, Nihil est dictum quod non sit dictum prius, railed at the ancient... ... which he takes for history, to authorised romance.'] [Footnote 2: Mr. Plunket made a great sensation in the House of Commons (Feb. 28, 1825) by ... ...y supposed.'] [Footnote 3: A nice observer of the female form. CROKER. Terence, Eun. iii. 5.] [Footnote 4: In Farquhar's Comedy of Sir Harry W...

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Life of Johnson, Vol. 2

By: Birkbeck Hill

...e had from Diderot in 1781:--'Hume dìna avec une grande compagnie chez le Baron d'Holbach. Il était assis à côté du Baron; on parla de la religion ... ...rld; _the world has always a right to be regarded_.' _Notes and Queries_, 6th S. v. 343. In _The Adventurer_, No. 131, he has a paper on 'Singularit... ... polite card from Mr. Thrale and her, inviting me to Streatham. On the 6th of October I complied with this obliging invitation, and found, at an ... ...ed them 'three _dowdies_,' and said, with as high a spirit as the boldest Baron in the most perfect days of the feudal system, 'An ancient estate sh... ...8) says that 'St. Jerome relates that Donatus, explaining that passage in Terence, _Nihil est dictum quod non sit dictum prius_, railed at the ancie... ... which he takes for history, to authorised romance.'] [Footnote 2: Mr. Plunket made a great sensation in the House of Commons (Feb. 28, 1825) by ... ...y supposed.'] [Footnote 3: A nice observer of the female form. CROKER. Terence, _Eun._ iii. 5.] [Footnote 4: In Farquhar's Comedy of _Sir Harr...

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Life of Johnson, Vol. 2

By: Jonathan Ingram

...a very polite card from Mr. Thrale and her, inviting me to Streatham. On the 6th of October I complied with this obliging invitation, and found, at an... ... called them 'three dowdies,' and said, with as high a spirit as the boldest Baron in the most perfect days of the feudal system, 'An ancient estate s... ...of the question, which I shall do as briefly as I can. In the year 1504, the barony or manour of Auchinleck, (pronounced Affleck[1237],) in Ayrshire, ... ... the world; the world has always a right to be regarded.' Notes and Queries, 6th S. v. 343. In The Adventurer, No. 131, he has a paper on 'Singulariti... .... 88) says that 'St. Jerome relates that Donatus, explaining that passage in Terence, Nihil est dictum quod non sit dictum prius, railed at the ancien... ...y, or to that which he takes for history, to authorised romance.' [1095] Mr. Plunket made a great sensation in the House of Commons (Feb. 28, 1825) by... ...t be generally supposed.' [1367] A nice observer of the female form. CROKER. Terence, Eun. iii. 5. [1368] In Farquhar's Comedy of Sir Harry Wildair. [...

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