Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa Quote

This rooting out of the Irish people; this transplanting of them from their native home into a foreign land, may be all very well, so far as the young people are concerned; but for the fathers and mothers who have reared families in Ireland, it is immediate decay and death.


"Rossa's Recollections 1838 to 1898: Memoirs of an Irish Revolutionary", p. 143

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This rooting out of the Irish people; this transplanting of them from their native home into a foreign land, may be all very well, so far as the...

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This rooting out of the Irish people; this transplanting of them from their native home into a foreign land, may be all very well, so far as the...

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This rooting out of the Irish people; this transplanting of them from their native home into a foreign land, may be all very well, so far as the...

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This rooting out of the Irish people; this transplanting of them from their native home into a foreign land, may be all very well, so far as the...