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The Reverend Peter Flannery

The Reverend Peter Flannery (abridged) by Frank Mathew (1865 – 1924) My friend the Reverend Peter Flannery is the sternest-looking and the gentlest of men. To look at him you would fancy he had spent a fierce life; but the truth is that he has lived in a wilderness and that in his broad parish … Continue reading

A Narrow Escape – 1859

https://widgetworld3.wordpress.com/podcasts/ The Sydney Morning Herald 12th February  1859 (abridged) The Pacific had a narrow escape from being caught on the iron-bound cliffs of Clare on her last passage to Galway.  The Pacific ran into Liscannor Bay instead of Galway Bay on Monday night, there being no distinguishing landmarks between them, and was actually approaching the … Continue reading

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