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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.
Told in letters between "Augustus Tranton " and "'Sir Edward Elbe." Said on title-p. Contents: I- By Carleton: " The Horse Stealers," " Owen Mc Carthy," "Squire Warnock," "The Abduction," "'Sir Turlough." II.
The brogue is made the most of- Moonlighters of a very sinister kind appear once or .twice. Michael Kelly, reporter, goes to Dublin Castle with a deputation on the subject of the deterioration of the Irish oyster. He falls asleep in one of the rooms land is locked in.
There is the same background of comic and filthy peasants, the same general Irish slovenliness and happy-go-luckiness, and universal drunkenness. Originally .appeared as Christmas Numiber of United Ireland, 1884. ; John Augustus O'Shea, Justin Huntley Mc Carthy, M.
Accordingly we have, not so much a novel, as a series of crowded canvases depicting nearly every phase of life in Ireland from a period before the Union to the date of this book.
The Author (Pref.) tells us that he has written the book to vindicate the character of his countrymen, and to show Irish affairs to Englishmen in their true light.