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Ogham is also known as or ogham craobh (tree ogham) beth luis fearn or beth luis nion, after the first few letters. What ensued was the biggest blood bath in the history of the British army. What, however, may better illuminate the method employed is an examination of the period and the sources with which Richard English is most familiar. What atmosphere is created in the first stanza? In early 1847 he was asked by the Illustrated London News to tour the surrounding countryside and report on what he saw.

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Publisher: Vintage Digital (February 14, 2010)

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