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 Candlish, Robert Smith, D.D.Carlyle, Thomas 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Carleton, William
 
(b. Prillisk, Co. Tyrone, 1794; d. January 30th, 1869). “Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry” (1830, 1833); “Tales of Ireland” (1834), “Fardorougha the Miser” (1839); “Valentine McClutchy, the Irish Agent” (1845); “Parry Sastha” (1845); “The Black Prophet” (1847); “The Tithe Proctor” (1849); “The Red Hall” (1852); “The Squanders of Castle Squander” (1852); “Willy Reilly” (1855); “The Emigrants” (1857); “The Evil Eye” (1860); “The Double Prophecy” (1862); “Redmond Count O’Hanlon” (1862); “The Silver Acre,” etc. (1862); “Fair of Emyvale” (1870); “Life” by O’Donoghue, etc.   1
 


 Candlish, Robert Smith, D.D.Carlyle, Thomas 

 
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