coll has forged the biography of “a corporate state within the American state,” as he so aptly calls it.
Know, then, that the castle of Breacacha lies at the southeast of coll.
Those letters I gave thee, coll, did thou read both of them?
It saw the light in 1805, and surprised those to whom coll, in his lifetime, had seemed the most placid and good-natured of men.
On pages 15, 16, I have added about 24 lines in further explanation of coll.
Naturally, it worried Petey almost to death to see the dear old coll.
He's a henchman of coll McSheen and does his dirty work for him.
While engaged upon these he removed to Chiswick, where he lived 1716-18, and where he issued in 1717 a coll.
We had come as far as coll, partly because of the Doctor's visit.
He returned to England in 1552, but soon re-crossed to France and taught in the coll.