But the war cry of the Irishry had scarcely died away when the first faint murmurs of the Englishry began to be heard.
Right must you be not to take back with you any of your Englishry—it's no place for them yet.
This law of “Englishry” is often illustrated in old chronicles.
The fugitive Englishry found in England warm sympathy and munificent relief.
Everything Saxon was vile, and the word 'Englishry' implied as much contempt and scorn as the word 'Irishry' in a later age.
While there remained any doubt about the issue of the conflict between the Englishry and the Irishry, he had stood aloof.
A rumour spread over the whole island that, on the ninth of December, there would be a general massacre of the Englishry.
It was high time that this object should receive the attention of the Englishry of the province as one of his letters indicates.
It was comprised in one word, which, as Clarendon tells us, was often in the mouths of the Englishry of that time.