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  • n. banishment

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Banishment.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Flight.


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  • That wife and gracious King, taking into his Care and princely Confideration the reftoring and future Settlement of that defaced Kingdom, lately torn in Pieces with a long and miferable War, to the ESiidon of much EngUJb Blood, and wafting of an unfpeakable Mafs of Treiafure, and tak - ing timely Occafion to perform the Work of that Care by the Advantage given him in the fugacy of the Rebells Tirone and Tyrconnell, hq refolvcd upon the prefent Plan - tation of U0er with Brittijb; that Country having here - tofore been the Nurfery of all Rebellion in that Kingdom:

    Hibernica: Or, Some Antient Places Relating to Ireland ...


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