By P. W. Joyce
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For 1879-82, p. 259. "* Other circumstances point independently to the same conclusion ; such as the outflow of the population in the it is early centuries to Scotland, Wales, and Man, as mentioned (pp. 72 to 83) ; the numerous schools and colleges in below — the sixth, seventh, and eighth centuries of which a partial list may be seen at the opening of chap. xi. (p. all 408), with crowds of students may and the vast assemblages at the described in Vol. pp. , the chariots and horse alone extended along a distance of six miles.
From Kilk. Archaeol. , 1889; made page 162 : Wakeman. ) — These everlasting jars and conflicts not more common in Ireland than in England though and Scotland brought untold miseries on the people, and were the greatest obstacle to progress. Sometimes great battles were fought, on which hung the fate of the nation, inquiry. — we have seen contested in Ireland within the two or three hundred years. But the martial instincts like those last of the people were not always confined within the shores of Ireland ; for Irish leaders often carried war into the 32 GOVERNMENT, MILITARY SYSTEM, AND LAW [PART I neighbouring countries both of Great Britain and the Continent.
This division became modified in course of time. The two Munsters, East and West, gradually ceased to be distinguished, and Munster was regarded as a single province. * provinces met at a point on the * Down hill of to his time the Ushnagh Joyce, Short History of Ireland, p. 130.
A social history of ancient Ireland by P. W. Joyce