Oh, surra bit o' me knows a word she's sayin', though it's mighty like the Irish of a Connaught man.
They were still discussing the landing of guns in Ireland—in Connaught, I think.
General Hutchinson, who commanded in Connaught, advanced against the invaders.
For centuries the bridge and castle had formed the great highway into Connaught.
Th' ould leddy herself was aiqual to the Major, an' a hospitabler ould cupple didn't live the Shannon side o' Connaught.
One of the arches was broken down, on the Connaught side of the river.
The 88th Connaught Rangers followed, and on our arrival, the bay was alive with boats full of red-coats.
The Connaught folks are somewhat rough-and-ready with their dead.
The Celtic quarter, which was in Connaught, was old and meanly built.
We dislike the Connaught people just as much as you do in England.