IRISH IDEAS

By William O'Brien

Page 130

TOLERATION IN THE FIGHT FOR IRELAND

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the young men who listen to me to-night can lift their hearts up with the emotions of a victorious host whose eyes have already beheld Caleb's bunch of grapes from the Promised Land, and who will yet live to enter and dwell there, not in angry armour, but in robes of lasting peace. ...next page »

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