In Leinster, it was always the, not a Pooka, that we heard named.
Another was bequeathed by Dragonetti to the late Duke of Leinster.
That part of Leinster which was the ancient province could hardly pay such a tax to-day.
You are the Duke of Leinster's chaplain; for I have accepted that place for you.
The northern Hy-Nials then attacked the camp of the Leinster men, and a spirited battle was fought.
The rest of the Episcopalians are in Leinster—round Dublin—where 140,000 are domiciled.
In Leinster the King must generally have had power to prevent any bishop from enjoying the profits of his see.
He looked from the cows then, and saw that the King of Leinster was at his side.
The history of Leinster thereafter passes to the several divisions which were gradually organized into the present counties.
"I would," cried the King of Leinster, and he thumped his knee as he said it.