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prophet of the ruined abbey, or, A glance of the future of Ireland a narrative founded on the ancient "Prophecies of Culmkill", and on other predictions and popular traditions among the Irish by Quigley, Hugh

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Published by P. Donahoe in Boston .
Written in English


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Other titlesGlance of the future of Ireland
Statementby the author of "The cross and the shamrock"
The Physical Object
Pagination293 p. ;
Number of Pages293
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14559495M

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The prophet of the ruined abbey or, A glance of the future of Ireland: a narrative founded on the ancient "Prophecies of Culmkill", and on other predictions and popular traditions among the Irish. by Quigley, Hugh Published in , E. Dunigan and brother (New York). Contrary to the doubting opinions of some, Jeremiah is mentioned in the Irish annals, under another name. This of course is not the total answer to all the mystery surrounding Jeremiah in Ireland. The question of Ollam Fodhla, variously called a prophet and a king in Irish history, needs to be explored. Get this from a library! The prophet of the ruined abbey, or, A glance of the future of Ireland. [Hugh Quigley]. Get this from a library! The prophet of the ruined abbey, or, A glance of the future of Ireland. [Hugh Quigley; Indiana University. Digital Library Program.; Committee on .