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Galloping O"Hogan: or The Rapparee Captains

Galloping O"Hogan: or The Rapparee Captains

a romance of the days of Sarsfield ; to which is appended the interesting tales of The Whitehorn tree; The Rose of Drimnagh ; and The Fair maid of Killarney.

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Published in Dublin : M. H. Gill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

In manuscript on t.-p.: by Robert D. Joyce. Circa 1910.

Other titlesWhitehorn tree, Rapparee captains, Rose of Drimnagh, Fair maid of Killarney
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p. ;
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16593641M

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BOOK REVIEWS 17 Ascendancy, or as they were also called, "Castle Catholics". captains of industry, merchant princes. Their enterprise, Other characters include the rapparee, Galloping O'Hogan, General de Genkle, an intriguing witch like old woman named Molly the . But Henri's true mission is not to aid the suffering of the Irish but to serve the interests of his master, Louis le l 'Galloping' Hogan, brigand, boozer and despoiler of Protestant farms, strives to defend his native land - and make a little profit on the side.

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Keeper Hill looked down impassively as 17th century rapparee Galloping Hogan passed beneath at the head of Patrick Sarsfield’s men, on an audacious mission to destroy a Limerick-bound siege train.Some amusing stories are told of their popularity with the peasantry, and with the Rapparee Chief “Galloping Hogan” and his band.

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