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Chapter 14
Deshil Holles Eamus. Deshil Holles Eamus. Deshil Holles Eamus.
Send us bright one, light one, Horhorn, quickening and wombfruit. Send us bright one,
light one, Horhorn, quickening and wombfruit. Send us bright one, light one, Horhorn,
quickening and wombfruit.
Hoopsa boyaboy hoopsa! Hoopsa boyaboy hoopsa! Hoopsa boyaboy hoopsa!
Universally that person's acumen is esteemed very little perceptive concerning
whatsoever matters are being held as most profitably by mortals with sapience endowed
to be studied who is ignorant of that which the most in doctrine erudite and certainly by
reason of that in them high mind's ornament deserving of veneration constantly maintain
when by general consent they affirm that other circumstances being equal by no exterior
splendour is the prosperity of a nation more efficaciously asserted than by the measure of
how far forward may have progressed the tribute of its solicitude for that proliferent
continuance which of evils the original if it be absent when fortunately present constitutes
the certain sign of omnipotent nature's incorrupted benefaction. For who is there who
anything of some significance has apprehended but is conscious that that exterior
splendour may be the surface of a downwardtending lutulent reality or on the contrary
anyone so is there unilluminated as not to perceive that as no nature's boon can contend
against the bounty of increase so it behoves every most just citizen to become the
exhortator and admonisher of his semblables and to tremble lest what had in the past been
by the nation excellently commenced might be in the future not with similar excellence
accomplished if an inverecund habit shall have gradually traduced the honourable by
ancestors transmitted customs to that thither of profundity that that one was audacious
excessively who would have the hardihood to rise affirming that no more odious offence
can for anyone be than to oblivious neglect to consign that evangel simultaneously
command and promise which on all mortals with prophecy of abundance or with
diminution's menace that exalted of reiteratedly procreating function ever irrevocably
It is not why therefore we shall wonder if, as the best historians relate, among the Celts,
who nothing that was not in its nature admirable admired, the art of medicine shall have
been highly honoured. Not to speak of hostels, leperyards, sweating chambers,
plaguegraves, their greatest doctors, the O'Shiels, the O'Hickeys, the O'Lees, have
sedulously set down the divers methods by which the sick and the relapsed found again
health whether the malady had been the trembling withering or loose boyconnell flux.
Certainly in every public work which in it anything of gravity contains preparation
should be with importance commensurate and therefore a plan was by them adopted
(whether by having preconsidered or as the maturation of experience it is difficult in
being said which the discrepant opinions of subsequent inquirers are not up to the present
congrued to render manifest) whereby maternity was so far from all accident possibility