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The scene is England, the persons wholly English in sympathy and education- A sentimental and insipid story dealing chiefly with the marryring off of impecunious sons and daughters. 25 EDMOND OF LATERAGH : a novel founded on facts Two Vols (DUBLIN). Two lovers kept apart by cruel circumstances and villainous plots meet at last and are happy- This thread serves to connect many minor plots, which brings us from Ireland (near Killarney) to England and then the continent and back again, introduce a great variety of personages. The principal character and a few of the other*, e.g., Mr:-. ), happen to tbe born in Ireland, and there is talk of the usual tumbled-down castle somewhere in Ireland, but at this the Irishism of the story stops. Young Bob is sent firtst to a private school, then to Stonyhurs't (an account is given of the Jesuits).
I., and as a result had lost all, was then in hiding in a cave near the Dargle river.
It begins with the marriage of the hero's grandparents in Dublin at the of the 18th century (1780)- We have a glimpse of penal laws at work and of agrarian disturbances, but the Author is especially at pains all through the book to set forth how the law works in Ireland.
There are swindling attorneys, bribed and perjured jurors, packed benches, partisan judges, endless proceedings in Chancery, and so on. O'Donoghue the author of this story was ia writer named Levey.
One of the "Bibliotheque des Pet-its Enfants" series (" appouvee par M. It is the story of an Irish family in 1691 ruined by the careless chattering of a child.
Guenot, who published an historical work, Le Comte de Tyrone, at Tours in 1863 (new ed.
Lawlor, the bridegroom, ill-treats a tramp who in revenge reveals to the authorities a murder wrought by Lawlor years before. is taken at his wife's grave but shoots the informer.