| Edmund Burke - History - 1762
...prove it 'to be no forgery. If Offiah then lived at the mtroduftion of Chriftianityi' 'aá' by аД **appearance he did, his epoch will be the 'latter end...third, and beginning of the fourth ' century. What** puts this point beyond difpute, is the alluijon in his poems to the iiftory of the units, _ 'Л " The... | |
| History - 1762
...to the times, prove it to be no forgery. If Offian then lived at the introducían of Chriltianity, **as by all appearance he did, his epoch will be the latter end of the** thud, and beginning of the fourth century. What puts this point beyond difpute, is the alluflon in... | |
| Bards and bardism - 1765 - 460 pages
...then lived at the introduction of Ciuiftianity, as by all ap" Culdidu •••-•. • . " pearance **he did, his epoch will be the latter end of the third, and beginning of the fourth century. What** puts this point beyond difpute, is the allufion in his poems to the hiftory of the times. THE exploits... | |
| 1765 - 460 pages
...point fo intricate, at this diftance of time, could neither be fatisfactory nor important. . TOWARDS **the latter end of the third, and beginning of the fourth century,** we meet with the Scots St. Hie- ^n the north. Porphyrius makes the firft mention torn, ad of them about... | |
| 1773
...to the times, prove it to be no forgery. If Offian then lived at the introduction of Chriftianity, **as by all appearance he did, his epoch will be the...of the third, and beginning of the fourth century.** Tradition here fteps in with a kind of proof. THE exploits of Fingal againft Caracul *, the fon of... | |
| Scottish Gaelic poetry - 1779
...did , his epoch will be the latter end of the third , and beginning of the fourth century. What puts **this point beyond di-fpute , is the allufion in his poems to the** hifto» ty of the times. The exploits of Fingal againft Caracul (i) , the fon of the King of the World... | |
| Jeremiah Jones - 1798
...Leucius Charinus lived about that time which I hdve ajjigned to the original of this book, viz. in **the latter end of the third and beginning of the fourth century.** This I have above largely proved, Part II. Ch. XXI. 2. It is certain Leucius was the author of many... | |
| Ossian - 1801
...If Offian then lived at the introduction of Chriftianity , as by all appearance he did, his epocha **will be the latter end of the third, and beginning of the fourth century.** TradiAERA of OSSIAN. 17 tion here fteps in with a kind of proof. The exploits of Fingal againft Caracul... | |
| Ossian - 1805
...it to be no forgery. If Ossian then lived at the introduction of Christianity, as by all oppearance **he did, his epoch will be the latter end of the third, and** the beginning of the fourth century. What puts this point beyond dispute, is the allusion in his poems... | |
| Ossian - 1806
...to the times, prove it to be no forgery. If Ossian then lived at the introduction of Christianity, **as by all appearance he did, his epoch will be the...of the third, and beginning of the fourth century.** Tradition here steps in with a kind of proof. The exploits of Fingal against Caracul, t the son of... | |
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