IRISH IDEAS

By William O'Brien

Page 148

THE IRISH AGE OF GOLD

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French knights came to Leinster, the Irish race were still a freer, more civilised and cultured race than their contemporaries of Anglo-Saxon blood, and had again and again all but completed the fabric of national unity, centuries before the King of Paris ruled in Burgundy, or the King of Castille among the minarets of Granada. ...next page »

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