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When Mogue Moylan heard that John purcel had gone to the gunsmith's for the blunderbluss, he stealthily sought the barn where he slept, and, putting on a great frieze coat, he went to the haggard; approached the stack, and thrusting his hand up the thatch, secured a case of pistols that had been left with him and Jerry Joyce for their defence, and fixing them under his coat, deliberately took his departure.
The Tithe-Proctor The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two William Carleton 1831
I totally agree with the MP (the audience faints in shock) and think this sort of blunderbluss spamming of MP's email and postbags is frankly just a waste of time.
British Blogs 2009