The life and times of Aodh O
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The life and times of Aodh O'Neill, prince of Ulster : called by the English, Hugh, earl of Tyrone, with some account of his predecessors, Con, Shane and Tirlough

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\ 3V&S$^^ EARL OFTYRON1HUGH OXKILL, I' M.Ii.iv.-rtv. I BarvU.vSfNY THE LIFE AND TIMES OF AODH O'NEILL, OFPRINCE ULSTEB; CAT.T.KP BY THE ENGLISH, EARL OFHUGH, TYKONE, WITH HISSOME ACCOUNT OF PREDECESSORS, SHANE AND TIRLOUGH.CON, BY JOHN MITCHEL. -DO*Cu clojt)nj4nj CTIOJWC NejtL" 1Come let us make a chronicle for the O'Neills." NEW YORK: P. M. H 1 BARCLAYAVERT?, STREET, Door from(Third Broadway.) 1868, TO THE MEMOBY or MY DEAR FRIEND, THOMAS DAVIS, WITH DEEP REVERENCE I INSCRIBE THIS BOOK. JOHN MITCHEL. 1845.BanMdff*, Sept. 22, PREFACE. wouldPERHAPS in no but Ireland,country, only a narrative of wars and revolutions that areplain and halftwo centuries and a runpast ago,gone risk of construed as an toany being attempt foster of twobetween the descendantsenmity races that so since for in thefought long mastery land. Yet the writer of this short record of the life of the Irish is warned thatgreatest chieftain, such construction and somemay, by assuredly be the and thewill, put upon storyfollowing writer's manner of it. But as to the nar-telling rative the itself, undoubtedly only question ought to be is it true ? And if isso the truth to be or hidden ? Is it not at all in alltold, times, above all desirable to hear theplaces, things, truth instead of a lie? And for the inway which it is told the writer does indeed ac- a with theknowledge strong sympathy primitive Irish and tender andrace, proud vehement, VI PREFACE.

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