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" ... and, having taken the administration of justice into their own hands, were not very exact in the distribution of it. "
Blackwood's Magazine - Page 638
1920
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Volume 23

English literature - 1828
...release their apprentices, carried off the daughters of rich fanners, ravished them into marriages, they levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers, in order to support their cause, in defending prosecution* against them, and many of them subsisted without work, supported by these prosecutions....
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 23

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1828
...release their apprentices, carried off the daughters of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, they levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers,...outrages they burned several houses, and destroyed the whole substance of those obnoxious to them. The barbarities they committed were shocking. One of their...
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On local disturbances in Ireland; and on the Irish Church question

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - Church and state - 1836 - 459 pages
...of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, of which four instances happened in a fortnight. They levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers, in order to support their cause, by paying attornies, &c., in defending prosecutions against them ; and many of them subsisted for some...
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On Local Disturbances in Ireland: And on the Irish Church Question

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - Church and state - 1836 - 458 pages
...of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, of which four instances happened in a fortnight. They levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers, in order to support their cause, by paying attornies, &c., in defending prosecutions against them ; and many of them subsisted for some...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Richard Lalor Sheil

Richard Lalor Sheil - Great Britain - 1847 - 378 pages
...release their apprentices, carried off the daughters of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, they levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers,...outrages they burned several houses, and destroyed the whole substance of those obnoxious to them. The barbarities they committed were shocking. One of their...
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Sketches of the Irish Bar, Volume 2

Richard Lalor Sheil - Law - 1854
...release apprentices ; carried off the daughters of rich farmers — ravished them into marriages ; they levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers,...redressing grievances. In the course of these outrages they burnt several houses, and destroyed the whole substance of those obuoxious to them. The barbarities...
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Sketches of the Irish Bar, Volume 2

Richard Lalor Sheil - Ireland - 1854
...release apprentices ; carried off the daughters of rich farmers — ravished them into marriages; they levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers,...committed considerable robberies, breaking into houses aiu taking money under pretence of redressing grievances. In the course of these outrages they burnt...
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The Speeches of Richard Lalor Sheil

Richard Lalor Sheil - Great Britain - 1865 - 471 pages
...daughters of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, they levied sums of money on the middling miU lower farmers, in order to support their cause in...outrages they burned .several houses, and destroyed the whole substance of those obnoxious to them. The barbarities they committed were shocking. One of their...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Richard Lalor Sheil: With Memoir

Richard Lalor Sheil, Thomas MacNevin - Great Britain - 1868 - 471 pages
...Ħlaughters of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, they levied sums of money on the middĦing and lower farmers, in order to support their cause...outrages they burned several houses, and destroyed the whole substance of those obnoxious to them. The barbarities they committed were shocking. One of their...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 79

1872
...of rich farmers, ravished them into marriages, of which four instances happened in a fortnight. They levied sums of money on the middling and lower farmers in order to support their cause by paying attorneys, &c., in defending prosecutions against them ; and many of them subsisted for some...
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