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Scotland (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 20
Ireland (Irish Republic) (search for this): narrative 20
Of the commodities of Ireland , and policie and keeping thereof, and conquering of wild Irish: with
f Wales. Chap. 9.
I CAST to speake of Ireland
but a litle:
Commodities of it I will e defend,
That no enemie should hurt ne offend,
ne us: but as one commontie
Should helpe well nemies to abide.
Why speake I thus so much of Ireland
For all so much as I can understand,
It is f I shall say with avisement:
I am aferde that Ireland
will be shent:
It must awey, it wol bee lost al onely for that soile and site,
Of fertile Ireland
, wich might not be forborne,
But if England t our ground is there a litle corner,
To all Ireland
in true comparison.
It needeth no more this in all Christendome,
Is no ground ne land to Ireland
So large, so good, so plenteous, so r ll willed of puissance
This said ground of Ireland
And yet because England might eeres or foure gadred up here,
Might winne Ireland
to a finall conqueste,
In one sole yeere t [2 more...]
Cambria (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 20
Of the commodities of Ireland , and policie and keeping thereof, and conquering of wild Irish: with an incident of Wales. Chap. 9. I CAST to speake of Ireland but a litle: Commodities of it I will entitle, Hides, and fish, Salmon, Hake, Herringe, Irish wooll, and linen cloth, faldinge, And marterns goode ben her marchandie, Hertes Hides, and other of Venerie. Skinnes of Otter, Squirell and Irish hare, Of sheepe, lambe, and Foxe, is her chaffare, Felles of Kiddes, and Conies g
s made that shame is to say:
Our money spent al to litle availe,
And our enimies so greatly doone prevaile,
That what harme may fall and overthwerte
I may unneth write more for sore of herte.
An exhortation to the keeping of Wales.
BEWARE of Wales, Christ Jesu mutt us keepe,
That it make not our childers childe to weepe,
Ne us also, so if it goe his way,
By unwarenes: seth that many a day
Men have bee ferde of her rebellion,
By great tokens and ostentation: