This he found to consist of two islands, separated by a wide channel; to the northern island he gave the name of New Ireland.
Let him try to burn up New Ireland—and then go back to where he came from.
But, having got clear, we coasted along New Ireland in order to get the land breeze.
They couldn't well be that in New Ireland, bein' Republican, and remain whole.
No fear now—not a soul in New Ireland but will know it before dark.
The land is not rugged, like that of New Ireland, but has more the appearance of an English park.
After many privations on the voyage, owing to the scarcity of provisions, they were landed in New Ireland in August.
Occasionally some of the New Ireland boys attempt to escape and return to their homes.
New Ireland arose from the famine, and she has never since shown much sign of temperance.
We have seen (above, p. 32) that in New Ireland the girls used sometimes to be secluded for the same period.