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" And the reason is because in the opinion of this people fostering hath always been a stronger alliance than blood, and the foster-children do love and are beloved of their foster-fathers and their sept more than of their own natural parents and kindred,... "
Tales of Fashionable Life - Страница 39
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - 1805 - 479 страници
...selling, and th' meaner sort buying the alterage of their children : " and the reason was, because, in the opinion of this people, fostering hath " always been a stronger alliance than blood ; and the foster children love and " are beloved of their foster fathers and their sept more than of their own...

Historical notices of the several rebellions, disturbances, and illegal ...

1822 - 121 страници
...Gossiprcd In Ireland they put away all their ™d Go'm children to Fosterers, and the reason is, because in the opinion of this people, fostering hath always been a stronger alliance than blood The like may be said of Gossipred or confraternity. Fosterers and Gossips, by the common customs of...

The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Account of Time, to the Invasion ...

T. Comerford - 1826 - 328 страници
...rich men selling, the meaner sort buying, the alterage of their children; and the reason is, because in the opinion of this people, fostering hath always been a stronger alliance than blood;and the foster children do love, and are beloved of their foster-fathers, and their sept, more...

The Constitutional History of England: From the Accession of Henry ..., Том 4

Henry Hallam - 1827
...selling, the meaner sort buying, the alterage aiid nursing of their children; and the reason is, because in the opinion of this people, fostering' hath always...are beloved of their foster-fathers and their sept, more than of their own natural parents and kindred, and do participate of their means more frankly,...

The History of the Volunteers of 1782

Thomas MacNevin - 1845 - 250 страници
...considerable art and determination to keep those * Another word for fostering. (See Moore, p. 108.) "Fostering hath always been a stronger alliance than...and the foster-children do love and are beloved of these foster-fathers, and their sept, more than of their own natural parents and kindred, and do participate...

The Dublin university magazine, Том 26

1845
...selling-, the meaner sort buying, the alterage of their children. And the reason is, that in the opinions of this people, fostering hath always been a stronger alliance than blood, and the foster children do love and are beloved of their foster fathers and their sept more than of their own...

Tales and Novels, Том 4

Maria Edgeworth - 1848
...of the family ; she had also an excellent memory for all the insults, or traditions of insults, * " For fostering, I did never hear or read, that it was...beloved of their foster-fathers and their sept (or claa) more than of their natural parents and kindred ; and do participate of their means more frankly,...

The Constitutional History of England, from the Accession of Henry VII. to ...

Henry Hallam - 1862
...selling, the meaner sort buying, the alterage and nursing of their children; and the reason is, becanse, in the opinion of this people, fostering hath always...; and the foster-children do love and are beloved by their foster-fathers and their sept more than of their own natural parents and kindred, and do participate...

The Constitutional History of England: From the Accession of Henry ..., Том 3

Henry Hallam - 1862
...selling, the meaner sort buying, the alterage and nursing of their children ; and the reason is, becanse, in the opinion of this people, fostering hath always...; and the foster-children do love and are beloved by their foster-fathers and their sept more than of their own natural parents and kindred, and do participate...

Tales and Novels: Castle Rackrent. Essay on Irish bulls. The science of self ...

Maria Edgeworth - 1874
...of the family ; she had also an excellent memory for all the insults, or traditions of insults, 4 " For fostering, I did never hear or read, that it was...stronger alliance than blood; and the foster-children do lore and .ir« beloved of their foster-fathers and their sept (or clan) more than of their natural...




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