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" Admirable. Truly, intensely Irish. The whole book has the brogue — never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative people so characteristically displayed; nor, in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any... "
The Staff Officer; Or, The Soldier of Fortune: A Tale of Real Life - Seite 202
von Oliver Moore - 1833
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The Spirit of the English Magazines

1830
...Curry in Dublin 1 North. — Admirable. Truly, intensely, Irish. The whole book has the brogue — never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative people so characteristically displayed ; nor, in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and folly, a there any dearth of poetry, pathos,...
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Thoughts on the Advancement of Academical Education in England

James Yates - 1827 - 184 Seiten
...O'Shaughnessy going to Maynooth—Phelim O'Toole's Courtship. " Admirable, truly, intensely Irish—never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange,...the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any dearth of poverty, pathos, and passion. The author is a jewel."—Blackxooili Magazine. *,* The Work it also...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles ...

1831
...Hedge School— The Abduction of Mau KavaiuLgh— The Station. " Admirable, truly intensely Imh— never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange,...imaginative people, so characteristically described, nor in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and fully is there any dearth of poetry, {uihoi. and passion....
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Chost stories. Frere du Diable. The fisherman's family. The red flag at the ...

Old Sailor - 1835
...In Two Volumes, 12mo. TRAITS AND STORIES OF THE IRISH PEASANTRY FIRST SERIES. " Admirable—truly, intensely Irish : never were the outrageous whimsicalities...characteristically described; nor amidst all the fun, frolic, and fotly, is there any dearth of po«try, pathos, and passion. The author 'sa jewel. " —Glasgow Journal....
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Letters and Essays in Prose and Verse

Richard Sharp - 1835 - 204 Seiten
...only very amusing but very valuable." — Metropolitan. 8 EL CAREY AND A. HART. In Two Volumes, 12mo. TRAITS AND STORIES OF THE IRISH PEASANTRY FIRST SERIES....truly, intensely Irish : never were the outrageous whimsir alities of that strange, wild, imaginative people so characteristically deBcribed ; nor aniidat...
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The deluge, a poem

Frances Sally Caulfeild - 1837
...going to Maynooth—Phelim O'Toole's Courtship. " Admirable, truly, intensely Irish—never were tlie outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative...the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any dearth of poverty, pathos, and passion. The author is a jewel." Blackivood" 1 s Magazine. THE ORIGINAL PLATES...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Band 17

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1830
...Curry in Dublin? North.—Admirable. Truly, intensely, Irish. The whole book has the brogue—never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative people, so characteristically displayed: nor, in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any dearth of poetry, pathos,...
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The Works of Professor Wilson of the University of Edinburgh: Noctes ambrosianae

John Wilson - 1855
...published by Curry in Dublin ? North. Admirable. Truly, intensely Irish. The whole book has the brogue — never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative people so characteristically displayed ; nor, in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any dearth of poetry, pathos,...
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The works of professor Wilson, ed. by prof. Ferrier, Band 2

John Wilson - 1855
...published by Curry in Dublin ? North. Admirable. Truly, intensely Irish. The whole book has the brogue — never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative people sO characteristically displayed; nor, in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any dearth of poetry, pathos,...
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Noctes ambrosianae

John Wilson - 1855
...published by Curry in Dublin ? North. Admirable. Truly, intensely Irish. The whole book has the brogue — never were the outrageous whimsicalities of that strange, wild, imaginative people so characteristically displayed; nor, in the midst of all the fun, frolic, and folly, is there any dearth of poetry, pathos,...
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