1878-? [Mrs. Sibell L. Mackenzie]; dg. of 2nd Earl, Countess of Tarbet
and Baroness of Castleisland; works, all Scottish and Irish, include Sons
of the Milesians (Eveleigh Nash 1906), stories Irish & Scottish
[period of Emperor Julian to present day]; The Days of Fire (London:
Wellby 1908) [love of Heremon for a beautiful slave]; The Golden Guard
(Allen 1912) [Heremon the Beautiful at Tara ruling over Milesians and
Phoenicians]; also named are The End of the Song (1904); The
Web of the Past [n.d.]; The Decoy, &c.; hers is one of
the signatures on Lady Gregorys Autograph Tree at Coole
Desmond Clarke, Ireland in Fiction (Cork: Royal Carbery
1985); adds Heremon the Beautiful (1930) [Phoenician king at Tara],
very much a romance; and mentions The Golden Guard, The Decoy; Out of the Dark; and Temple of the Wind. All of these are
concerned with the heroic period, viewed romantically.
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Dictionary of National Biography lists Earls of Cromarty:
George MacKenzie, 1st Earl, 1630-1714; George MacKenzie, 3rd Earl (d.1766).