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Christy of Rathglin

Christy of Rathglin

an entertaining and exciting story of the life of an Irish lad

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Published by The C.M. Clark Publishing Co. in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby James Riley.
SeriesAmerican fiction -- reel 146, no. 1414.
ContributionsKirkpatrick, William., C.M. Clark Publishing Company.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[7], 343, [4] p., [10] leaves of plates
Number of Pages343
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17452744M
OCLC/WorldCa30016175

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Boston: C.M. Clark Pub. Co., Get this from a library. Christy of Rathglin: an entertaining and exciting story of the life of an Irish lad. [James Riley; William Kirkpatrick; C.M.

Clark Publishing Company.]. Includes three small publisher's advertising broadsides tipped in at rear of book, publisher's brochure for the book laid in.

more. USD. Buy Direct. Yesterday's Gallery East Woodstock, CT () CHRISTY OF RATHGLIN: STORY OF THE LIFE OF AN IRISH LAD RILEY, James. The C.M. Clark Publishing Co, Vintage Christy by Carole Bolton.

Hardcover book with dust jacket. Comes as shown in my photos. Measures approx 5 1/2” x approx 8 1/2” across the Rating: % positive. Riley, James. Christy of Rathglin. C M Clark Pub, Boston (). STORY OF THE LIFE OF AN IRISH LAD Copies on Abebooks Copies on eBay.

Riley, James Whitcomb. Morning. Bobbs-Merrill Company (). Riley, James Whitcomb. Riley Baby Book. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis (). Autograph Verses Reproduced in Facsimile Copies on Abebooks Copies on. Rathlin is the only inhabited offshore island of Northern Ireland, with a steadily growing population of approximately people, and is the most northerly inhabited island off the coast of the island of Ireland.

The reverse L-shaped Rathlin Island is 4 miles (6 kilometres) from Christy of Rathglin book to west, and 2 1 ⁄ 2 miles (4 kilometres) from north to south.

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Willie Clancy learned how to play the whistle at the age of 5. He was born in and died in ' In Decemberthe Rathlin Development & Community Association was successful in applying for a grant towards a dry stone wall project. Heritage Lottery Fund made a % award of £52, “towards the repair and restoration of the dry stone walls in the Church Bay area of Rathlin Island and to train 7 locals in the techniques required.

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The book was written 'for the pleasure of the young' Her character portrayal of the valiant young Cii Chulainn, grasping Queen Medb,33 acquiescent Ailill her spouse, wise King Conchobar34 and a host of other minor characters, is vibrant, and entirely believable, as is her depiction of the excitement of battle and the warmth of the evening camp fires.

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