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“(I think I saw parts 1 and 2) at the Casino cinema in Finglas and memorised some of the songs.”
“As he meandered along Moore Street, Leo Behan, an elderly man from the working-class northern Dublin suburb of Finglas, griped that too many migrants were coming to Ireland and, in some cases, causing trouble.”
“A team of horses passed from Finglas with toiling plodding tread, dragging through the funereal silence a creaking waggon on which lay a granite block.”
“Mine over there towards Finglas, the plot I bought.”
“In 1716 he was made Vicar of Finglas, and after his death in 1718 Pope prepared an edition of his poems.”
“However, while Finglas attributed these deficiencies to the neglect of the crown administration, Davies located them within the nature of the relationship between the Old English community and the crown:”
“English secured the comprehensive reform of the Irish administration for which Finglas and other reformers had called.”
“Finglas 'proposal for political reform involved the expansion of royal power within the Pale as a prelude to the reformation of the Irish lordship as a whole.”
“Finglas revealed none of the anti-Gaelic sentiment that would characterize later Old English treatises; he criticized the inability of the ineffectual royal Irish government to suppress Gaelic law, not the degenerative influence of Gaelic culture.”
“Finglas 'earlier "Breviat of the getting of Ireland, and of the Decaie of the Same"; both relied on historical frames of reference to account for deficiencies in the government of Ireland that demanded swift and comprehensive reform.”
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