Humble Works for Humble People

The very existence of these humble works is acknowledgement in itself of their
importance to the humble people who built and used them. The Twentieth
Century Over time, many of the old fishery piers and quays would fall into disuse
and ...

Humble Works for Humble People

Author: Noel Wilkins

Publisher: Merrion Press

ISBN: 1911024930

Page: 350

View: 350

This fully illustrated book explores the history of the fishery piers and harbours of Galway and north Clare. A testament to these structures as feats of engineering, it is also a riveting account of the human aspect that shadowed their construction; a beautiful rendering of the maritime activities that gave life to the Wild Atlantic Way – kelp-making, fishing, turf distribution, and sea-borne trade. Humble Works for Humble People nurtures the retelling of human stories surrounding the piers, giving voice to the unacknowledged legacy of the lives that were their making. The Office of Public Works, the Congested Districts Board, foreign financial support, humanitarian efforts, controversies and conflict – these are all features of the piers and harbours’ development and preservation. Humble Works for Humble People is a vital contribution to the maritime history of Galway, Clare and of Ireland in general; an overlooked but culturally rich facet of Irish history.

An Humble Proposal to the People of England for the encreace of their trade and encouragement of their manufactures whether the present uncertainty of affairs issues in peace or war By the author of the Compleat Tradesman i e D Defoe

They do not work up all the Wool which they might come at , and which they
ought to work up , and about which they have still spare Hands enough to set to
work . 2. They with difficulty fell off or consume the quantity of Goods they make ...

An Humble Proposal to the People of England  for the encreace of their trade  and encouragement of their manufactures  whether the present uncertainty of affairs issues in peace or war  By the author of the Compleat Tradesman  i e  D  Defoe

Author: Daniel Defoe

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 59

View: 898

Lessons for Young Persons in humble life Third edition

Sabbathbreakers , swearers , drunkards , and other wicked people , are the
greatest enemies the king has ; for these ... I always took you to be as honest a
man as any I have in the work ; and I could have trusted you with five hundred
pounds .

Lessons for Young Persons in humble life     Third edition

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 336

View: 646

The Dramatic Works

Sherbrooke , remember I'm an humble man ! Sher . You are not an humble man !
Wilt . Again ! How's this ? I am bewilder'dSher . Love is not a plain , But an
entangling maze . Wilt . I do not speak Of love ! You say I am no humble man ?
Sher .

The Dramatic Works

Author: James Sheridan Knowles

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 505

The Whole Works

Humility neither directly , nor by consequence , seeks for praise , and suffers it not
to rest upon its own pavement , but reflects it all upon God , and receives all
lessenings and instruments of affront and disgrace , that mingle not with sin or ...

The Whole Works

Author: Jeremy Taylor

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 231

The Friends Library

... forth his power so far in man , ous are these pleaders for sin , to find out words
that it should destroy all the works of the ... to keep his their work , and against
their prince , people humble thereby : but the apostle said , Having answered
their ...

The Friends  Library

Author: William Evans

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 935

English Synonymes

No man humbles himself by is modest , inasmuch as he sets but little the
acknowledgment of a fault ; but it is value on his qualifications , acquirements , S ;
a great humiliation for a person to be deand endowments . Humility is a painful ...

English Synonymes

Author: George Crabb

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 856

View: 415

The Catechism Explained

wealth , his good works - he had built the Jews a synagogue - he thought nothing
of himself . Humility is twofold ; it consists of humility of the understanding , by
which a man becomes conscious of his own abjection , and humility of the will ...

The Catechism Explained

Author: Francis Spirago

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 720

View: 147

The works of Robert Leighton

Thus humility in car . greatest and it was so far disputed , that it riage and words is
as the decorum of this occasioned ... Now , this rule is just of it . opposite , each
strives to be lowest , subject And therefore , a truly humble man desires one to ...

The works of Robert Leighton

Author: Robert Leighton (abp. of Glasgow.)

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 743

Spiritual letters of archbishop F nelon Letters to men tr by the author of F nelon archbishop of Cambrai Half a crown eds of devotional works

But the humble man seeks no distinction ; praise or blame are alike to him .
Wherever his lot is cast , therein he abides ; it does not occur to him to seek for
anything different . Many people study exterior humility who are a long way off
this sort ...

Spiritual letters of archbishop F  nelon  Letters to men  tr  by the author of  F  nelon  archbishop of Cambrai    Half a crown eds  of devotional works

Author: François de Salignac de la Mothe Fénelon (abp. of Cambrai.)

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 625