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113 examples of  sarsfield  in sentences

113 examples of sarsfield in sentences

A SARSFIELD YOUNG.

SARSFIELD YOUNG.

Yours, SARSFIELD YOUNG.

* SARSFIELD YOUNG HAS HIS HEAD EXAMINED.

Yours, without recourse, SARSFIELD YOUNG.

Selected by Sarsfield Young.

* SARSFIELD YOUNG ATTENDS A COUNTY FAIR.

Yours truly, and yours rurally, SARSFIELD YOUNG.

* * SARSFIELD YOUNG'S REMINISCENCES OF CHARLES DICKENS.

DICKENS, as soon as he saw me, stopped writing, wiped his pen, ran his fingers through his hair, took out his watch and wound it up, brushed his coat and put it on (not forgetting to place a rose in the button-hole), and then, waving his hands very gracefully (he wore high-priced studs and a pair of elaborately built sleeve-buttons), addressed me as follows: Mr. DICKENS (with tender embrace) SARSFIELD!!!!

SARSFIELD YOUNG.

* SARSFIELD YOUNG ON FORT SUMTER.

Mr. LINCOLN yawned, and turning to me, inquired: "Well, SARSFIELD, you see what a man's got to do to run this machine,now what's your advice?" "Your Excellency," I replied, "there's a man in the tanning business at Galena, in your State.

SARSFIELD YOUNG.

Yours, SARSFIELD YOUNG.

SARSFIELD YOUNG.

In Ireland, where, ever since Sarsfield and his brave garrison enlisted under the banner of Louis XIV., a connection more or less intimate with France had been constantly kept up, the events in Paris had produced a far deeper and wider effect.

" Sarsfield, General, takes refuge in France.

" PATRICK SARSFIELD "Sarsfield was a great general the time he turned the shoes on his horse.

" PATRICK SARSFIELD "Sarsfield was a great general the time he turned the shoes on his horse.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

ยฉ 7Oct24, A807301. R84663, 11Oct51, Rupert Hart-Davis, F. A. S. Gwatkin & Alan Bott (E) WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield. ROY, LILLIAN ELIZABETH.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield. ROLLAND, ROMAIN.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD. Yellow shadows, by Sax Rohmer [pseud.]

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

R117082, 9Sep53, Ruth Wanger (A) WANNEH, GAWASO. SEE Parker, Arthur C. WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield. ROLAND, SUZANNE.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

She who sleeps, by Sax Rohmer, pseud. of Arthur Sarsfield Ward.

SEE Ward, J. W. G. WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

Sax Rohmer (Arthur Sarsfield Ward) (A); 22Apr59, R235767; 24Apr59, R235768; 1May59, R235766.

Arthur Sarsfield Ward (A); 21May59, R236898.

Arthur Sarsfield Ward (A); 29May59; R237283.

Sax Rohmer (Arthur Sarsfield Ward) (A); 13May59, R236688; 14May59, R236687.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Rohmer, Sax. Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

CAVENDISH, E. B. The black fox walks, by Edwin Sarsfield, pseud.

Edwin Sarsfield (E. B. Cavendish) (A); 21Jan69; R454319.

SARSFIELD, EDWIN pseud.

By Sax Rohmer, pseud. of Arthur Sarsfield Ward.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield. ROLLAND, ROMAIN.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD. Yellow shadows, by Sax Rohmer [pseud.]

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

R117082, 9Sep53, Ruth Wanger (A) WANNEH, GAWASO. SEE Parker, Arthur C. WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield. ROLAND, SUZANNE.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

She who sleeps, by Sax Rohmer, pseud. of Arthur Sarsfield Ward.

SEE Ward, J. W. G. WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

SEE Parker, Arthur C. WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield. ROLLAND, LOUIS.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

Sax Rohmer (Arthur Sarsfield Ward) (A); 22Apr59, R235767; 24Apr59, R235768; 1May59, R235766.

Arthur Sarsfield Ward (A); 21May59, R236898.

Arthur Sarsfield Ward (A); 29May59; R237283.

Sax Rohmer (Arthur Sarsfield Ward) (A); 13May59, R236688; 14May59, R236687.

SEE Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

WARD, ARTHUR SARSFIELD.

SEE Rohmer, Sax. Ward, Arthur Sarsfield.

CAVENDISH, E. B. The black fox walks, by Edwin Sarsfield, pseud.

Edwin Sarsfield (E. B. Cavendish) (A); 21Jan69; R454319.

SARSFIELD, EDWIN pseud.

By Sax Rohmer, pseud. of Arthur Sarsfield Ward.

Patrick Sarsfield now took the principal command, and prosecuted the campaign with a vigour of which it had hitherto shown no symptoms.

Sarsfield is the one redeeming figure upon the Jacobite side.

Tyrconnel, too, advised a capitulation, but Sarsfield insisted upon holding the town, and the Irish soldiersburning to wipe out the shame of the Boynesupported him like one man.

William was known, to be moving south to the attack, and accordingly Lauzan and Tyrconnel, with the rest of the French troops moved hastily away to Galway, leaving Sarsfield to defend Limerick as he could.

Sarsfield accordingly slipped out of the town under cover of night, fell upon it while it was on its way through the Silvermine Hills in Tipperary, killed some sixty of the men who were in charge, and filling the cannons with powder, burst them with an explosion which startled the country round for miles, and the roar of which is said to have reached William in his camp before Limerick.

Sarsfield was at some distance with the reserve.

Sarsfield, however, stood firm to the last.

An armistice accordingly was agreed to for three days, and before the three days ended the famous "Articles of Limerick" were drawn up and signed by Sarsfield on the one hand, and the Lords Justices, who had just arrived in camp from Dublin, on the other.

Sarsfield, with the soldiers under him who had elected to go to France, withdrew into Limerick, and the next day proceeded to Cork, where they were to embark.

In the extremity of his pity Sarsfield proclaimed that his soldiers might take their wives and families with them to France.

The names of Tyrone, of James Fitzmaurice, of Owen Roe O'Neill, and of Sarsfield, to take only a few and almost at random, are all those of gallant men, struggling against dire odds, in causes which, whether they happen to fit in with our particular sympathies or not, were to them objects of the purest, most genuine enthusiasm.

On my way I neared Sarsfield bridge.

"Priests preached sermons Sunday urging the people to withstand the enemy with the same spirit they did in the time of Sarsfield," said young Alphonsus O'Mara, the mayor of Limerick, whom I met at breakfast.

The Treaty of Limerick, signed when the army of Sarsfield came to terms with the besiegers, guaranteed equal liberty to all Ireland, without regard to difference of religion.

It was for this that Sarsfield died at Landen no less than Brian at Clontarf.

The cause of Ireland has found a hundred fields of foreign fame, where the dying Irishman might murmur with Sarsfield, "Would that this blood were shed for Ireland", and history records the sacrifice as made in no other cause.

The titles of several airs of this epoch are of historical interest, e.g., "Sarsfield's Lament," "Lament for Owen Roe O'Neill," "MacAlistrum's March," "Ned of the Hill," "The Breach of Aughrim," "Limerick's Lamentation," "Lilliburlero," "Ballinamona," "The Boyne Water," and "The Wild Geese."

And surely those were fleet and stout-hearted steeds that, on August 12, 1690, carried Sarsfield and his chosen five hundred on their dare-devil midnight ride from the Keeper Hills to Ballyneety, where in the dim morning twilight they captured and destroyed William of Orange's wonderful siege-train, and thereby heartened the defenders of beleaguered Limerick.

The dash and skill of Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan, backed by Irish desperation, won the day.

Here also fellsaddest loss of allPatrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan, brave, resourceful, a true unfaltering-soldier and lover of his country.

A grandson of Rory O'More, Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of Lucan, was the most distinguished commander of Irish armies who opposed, in Ireland, the forces of William of Orange.

Thousands of Americans have been charmed by the operas of Victor Herbert, a grandson of Samuel Lover, and with lovers of music the strains of Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore's band still linger as a pleasant memory.

Most of the Irish names still extant in the Argentine provinces, such as Sarsfield, Carrol, and Butler, are probably derived from these captives.

Among the descendants of the survivors of Macnamara's expedition may be mentioned the ablest lawyer ever known in Buenos Ayres and for many years Prime Minister, the late Dr. Velez Sarsfield, and also Governor O'Neill.

Among the public men of Irish descent, fifty years ago, in Buenos Ayres, are to be mentioned the distinguished lawyer and politician, Dalmacio Velez Sarsfield, and John Dillon, commissioner of immigration.

A Count Sarsfield, a French nobleman, with whom I was acquainted, paid his compliments.