BOYLE, 1927.

Chapter Number:

I The Physical Appearance

II Antediluvian Throbbings

III The coming of the Gaels

IV Cruachan, The Home and Grave of the High Kings

of Erinn.

V St. Patrick and St. Attracta in Boyle

VI Boyle and Its Surroundings

VII “On the Plains”: Famine and Eviction

VIII O'Donovan in Boyle

IX Boyle Abbey

X More about Boyle Abbey

XI First Road Trip

XII Kilronan and Its Capital Lassar

XIII From Shancough to Dromahaire

XIV The Road to Sligo

XV United Ireland - The Battle of the Curlews

XVI Carrick-Na-Gat

XVII Coolavin - The Last Refuge of the Irish


XIX To Old Athleague

XX Tir-Briuin

XXI O'Donovan on Lanesborough

XXII Fourth Road Trip - Cavetown and Moylurg

XXIII Kiltrustan - One of Ireland's Art Schools

XXIV The “County” of Kilglass

XXV O'Donovan in Kilglass

XXVI An Irish St. John

XXVII Athlone

XXVIII Letters of Introduction to the O'Conor Don

worth preserving.

XXIX Castlerea and Loughglynn

XXX Route No. 4. - To Brideswell and South Rosc.,

By Skea, Elphin, Shankill, Tulsk, Cruaghan,

Baslic, Roscommon, Castlerea and Frenchpark.

XXXI Roscommon

XXXII St. Brigid in the Heart of Ireland

XXXIII St. Brigid in the Heart of Ireland. Athlone

XXXIV On the Road to Castlebar

XXXV Foxford

XXXVI The Name of Mayo

XXXVII To Ballymote

XXXVIII Resurgat Illa Dilecta (Missing)

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