The O'Donoghue, Part 1

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Wildside Press LLC, Sep 1, 2007 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Charles James Lever (1806-1872) was an Irish novelist of English descent. This volume contains "The O'Donoghue" (Part 1). Illustrations by Phiz.
 

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Contents

Chapteb Page I Glenflesk
1
The Wayside Inn
7
The Reckoning Frontispiece
14
The Cottage and the Castle
15
A Fireside Group
21
Kerry OLeary
31
Impressions op Ireland
41
The Black Valley
51
A Hasty Pledge
186
A Diplomatist Defeated
192
Frederick and Mark
197
Temptation in a Weak Hour
206
The Cavern
213
The Return of the Envoy
216
A Morning Visit
222
Some Opposite Traits of Character
230

Sir Archys Temper Trikd
63
Sir Archy and the Beggars
67
The House of Sickness
75
Kenny OLeary reading the News by Deputy
77
A Doctors Visit
83
An Evening at Mary MKellys
92
Mistakes on All Sides
111
Terry Sir Marmaduke and Sybella
114
The Glen at Midnight
124
Sir Archy in a Dilemma
125
The Guardsman
135
The Comments on a Hurried Departure
145
Some of the Pleasures of Property
153
The Foreign Letter
166
Kate ODonoghue
177
A Walk by Moonlight
246
A Day of Difficult Negotiations
251
Chapter Page XXVI A Last Evening at Home
262
A Supper Party
272
Mark drawing a Cork
276
The Capital anlvjts Pleasures
286
The Student
297
First Impressions
300
Old Characters with New Faces
308
Some Hints about Harry Talbot
316
A Presage of Danger
327
The St Patricks Ball
333
Marks Exit from the Ball
343
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