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" This last, however, was so uncommon, that in all the old poems I have ever met with, I found but one man branded with this ignominious appellation; and that, perhaps, only founded upon a private quarrel, which subsisted between him and the patron of the... "
The poems of Ossian, in the orig. Gaelic, with a tr. into Lat. by R ... - Page 367
by Ossian - 1807
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The Works of Ossian, the Son of Fingal, Volume 2

1765
...their eulogiums. Cean-uia' na </<?;', or tbt feint to which all thi raids of the grangers Lad, wai an invariable epithet given by them to the chiefs ; on the contrary, they diftinguifhed the inbofpitable by the title of the ckud which the ftrangen Jhun. This laft however...
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 2

1773
...recommend it, in their eulogiums. Ceaa via1 na da?, or the point to iiuhich all the roads cftbe ftrangen lead, was an invariable epithet given by them to the chiefs ; on the contrary, they diftinguiffied the inhofpitable by the title of the cloud which the Jlrangers Jbun. This laft however...
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 2

Bards and bardism - 1803
...recommend it, in their eulogiums. Cean uia' na dia', or, the point to u-hich all the roads of the strangers lead, was an invariable epithet given by them to the...distinguished the inhospitable by the title of the cloudlwhich the strangers shun. This last, however, was so uncommon, that in all the old poems I have...
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 2

1803
...it, in their eulogiums. Craii via' no. dia', or, the point tu which all the roads of ihe strangers lead, was an invariable epithet given by them to the...they distinguished the inhospitable by. the title of thtrloud \which the strangtrs shvn. This last, however, was so uncommon, that in all the old poems...
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 2

James Macpherson - 1803
...to the chiefs ; on the contrary, they distinguished the inhospitable by the title of the cloudhvhich the strangers shun. This last, however, was so uncommon, that in all the old poems 1 have ever met with, I found but one man branded with this ignominious appellation ; and that, perhaps,...
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The poems of Ossian, tr. by J. Macpherson. Blair's critical ..., Volume 2

Ossian - 1806
...which allthernads of the strangers lead, was an invariable epithet given by them to the chiefs ; n the contrary, they distinguished the inhospitable by the title of the cloud which the strangers slum. This last, however, was so uncommon, thjt in alf he old poems 1 have ever met with, I found...
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 3

Scottish Gaelic poetry - 1812
...concealed, with smiles, the death that was dark in his soul. The feast is Ike roads of the strangers lead, was an invariable epithet given by them to the...inhospitable by the title of the cloud which the strangers slmu. This last, however, was so uncommon, that in all the old poems I have ever met with, I found...
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The Poems of Ossian, Volume 2

Hugh Campbell - 1822 - 700 pages
...recommend it, in their eulogiums. Cean nia' no dot or the point to which all the roads of the strangers lead, was an invariable epithet given by them to the...the inhospitable by the title of the cloud which the itrangers shun. This last, however, was so uncommon, that in all the old poems I have ever met with,...
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The Law Glossary: Being a Selection of the Greek, Latin, Saxon, French ...

Thomas Tayler - Electronic books - 1858 - 580 pages
...the point to which all the roads of strangers lead," was an invariable epithet given by them to their Chiefs; on the contrary, they distinguished the inhospitable...the title of " THE CLOUD WHICH THE STRANGERS SHUN." These last, however, were so uncommon, that Mdcpherson says, " In all the old poems I have ever met...
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The Law Glossary: Being a Selection of the Greek, Latin, Saxon, French ...

Thomas Tayler - English language - 1866 - 580 pages
...tite point to which all the roads of strangers lead," was an invariable epithet given by them to their Chiefs; on the contrary, they distinguished the inhospitable...the title of " THE CLOUD WHICH THE STRANGERS SHUN." These last, however, were so untommon, that Macpherson says, " In all the old poems I have over met...
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