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" Then again Fergus shouted a second time. " Surely that was the call of a man of Erin," said Naisi. " Surely no," said Deirdre ; " let us play on." Then again Fergus shouted a third time, and Naisi knew that it was the cry of Fergus, and he said... "
Transactions [ed. by T. O'Flanagan.]. - Page 35
by Gaelic society of Dublin - 1808
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Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Dublin: Established for the ..., Volume 1

Gaelic Society of Dublin - 1808 - 400 pages
...And when Fergus came into the harbour, he sent forth of .him the loud cry of a mighty man of cha?e. And Naisi and Deirdri were then seated together, and...they playing upon it. Naisi heard the cry, and said, "- 1 hear the call of a man of Erin." " That " was not the call of a man of Erin," says Deirdri,J '*...
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The Story of the Irish Before the Conquest: From the Mythical Period to the ...

lady Mary Catharine (Guinness) Ferguson - 1868 - 303 pages
...sat together in their tent, and Conor's polished chessboard between them. And Naisi, hearing the cry, said, ' I hear the call of a man of Erin.' ' That was not the call of a man of Erin,' replied Deirdre, ' but the call of a man of Alba.' Then again Fergus shouted a second time. ' Surely...
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The Maritime Monthly, Volume 2

1873
...sat together in their tent, and Conor's polished chessboard between them. And Naisi, hearing the cry, said, ' I hear the call of a man of Erin.' ' That was not the call of a man of Erin,' replied Deirdre, ' but the call of a man of Alba.' Then again Fergus shouted a second time. ' Surely...
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The death of the children of Usnach. The return of Claneboy. The captive of ...

Sir Samuel Ferguson - 1887
...came into the harbour, he sent forth the loud cry of a mighty man of chase. And Naisi hearing the cry, said, " I hear the call of a man of Erin." "That was not the call of a man of Erin," replied Deirdre, "but the call of a man of Alba." Then again Fergus shouted a second time : "That was...
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The Three Sorrows of Story-telling: And Ballads of St. Columkille

Douglas Hyde - 1895 - 166 pages
...and the polished cabinet between them, that was Conor's chess board, and they playing upon it. Naesi heard the cry, and said — ' I hear the call of a...Erin.' " ' That was not the call of a man of Erin,' said D&rdre, ' but the call of a man of Alba (Scotland). ' De"idre knew the first cry of Fergus, but...
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The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from ..., Volume 3

Andrew Lang, Donald Grant Mitchell - 1898 - 9822 pages
...sitting together in their tent, and Conor's polished chessboard between them. And Naisi, hearing the cry, said, " I hear the call of a man of Erin." " That was not the call of a man of Erin," replied Deirdre, " but the call of a man of Alba." Then again Fergus shouted a second time. " Surely...
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The universal anthology, a collection of the best literature, with ..., Volume 5

Richard Garnett - 1899
...sitting together in their tent, and Conor's polished chessboard between them. And Naisi, hearing the cry, said, " I hear the call of a man of Erin." " That was not the call of a man of Erin," replied Deirdre, " but the call of a man of Alba." Then again Fergus shouted a second time. " Surely...
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient ...

Richard Garnett, Léon Vallée, Alois Brandl - 1899
...sitting together in their tent, and Conor's polished chessboard between them. And Naisi, hearing the cry, said, " I hear the call of a man of Erin." " That was not the call of a man of Erin," replied Deirdre, " but the call of a man of Alba." Then again Fergus shouted a second time. " Surely...
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A Literary History of Ireland: From Earliest Times to the Present Day

Douglas Hyde - 1903 - 654 pages
...of chace." Naoise and D6irdre were sitting together in their hunting booth playing at chess. Naoise heard the cry and said, "I hear the call of a man...of Erin." "That was not the call of a man of Erin," said D6irdre, " but the call of a man of Alba." Twice again did Fergus shout, and twice did Deirdre...
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The Ancient Music of Ireland: Arranged for Piano

Edward Bunting - 2000 - 109 pages
...sat together in their tent, and Conor's polished chess-board between them. And Naisi hearing the cry, said, " I hear the call of a man of Erin." " That was not the call of a man of Erin," replied Deirdre, "but the call of a man of Alba." Then again Fergus shouted a second time. " Surely...
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