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The glory of the old Irish nation, which in our hour will grow young and strong again. Should we fail, the country will
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"The glory of the old Irish nation, which in our hour will grow young and strong again. Should we fail, the country will not be worth more than it is now. The sword of famine is less sparing than the bayonet of the soldier"

- Thomas F. Meagher

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This quote by Thomas F. Meagher speaks to the importance of the Irish country and its individuals. He is revealing his hope that the Irish nation will become strong and young once again, and that if they stop working, the country will not deserve more than it is now. He is warning that if the Irish nation stops working, the effects will be alarming, as the sword of famine is less sparing than the bayonet of the soldier. This quote talks to the significance of the Irish nation and its individuals, and the need for them to come together and work towards a much better future. It also speaks with the extreme realities of war and famine, and the requirement to be gotten ready for the worst. Meagher's words are a reminder of the importance of the Irish nation and its individuals, and the requirement to strive for a better future.

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