The White Feather (Collector's Wodehouse)

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Good list, shame they're all American (in my opinion). Both of them were strangers to him and he to them. 182 THE IRISH NATIONAL INVINCIBLES. Dutton has been reviewed here, though it was several years ago. He would have 172 A Treasury of Irish Folklore been seized in the room, but for the nobly honourable conduct of the Earl of Ormond, whose indignant letter to the lord treasurer Burleigh (in reply to the queen's order to seize O'Neill) is recorded by Carte: — "My lord, I will never use treachery to any man; for it would both touch her highness's honour and my own credit too much; and whoso- ever gave the queen advice thus to write, is fitter for such base service than I am.

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