H. P. Grattan
1808-1889 [pseud. of Henry Willoughly Grattan Plunkett]; b. Dublin, contrib. Punch as Fusbos; lived 23 yrs in US and died in London.
WORKS, The Dumb Conscript, or a Brothers Love and a Sisters
Honour, 2 act (1835); The Corsairs Revenge, or Love and Vengeance,
rom. drama (1835); The White Boys, 3 act rom. drama (1836); The
Gold Seekers, or the Outcasts of Anzasca, mus. drama (1839); Norah
ODonnell, or the Sybil of the Camp, unpub. drama (1840); My
Uncles Card or the First of April, farce (1840); Faust, or
the Demon of Drachelfels, rom. drama (1842); The Fairy Circle,
or Con OCallaghans Dream, a legendary Irish domestic drama
(1842), all the foregoing published by Dicks; also, The Bottle,
a poem (NY 1848), n.p. RAF
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Stephen Brown, Guide to Books in Ireland (Dublin: Hodges, Figgis 1912) lists H. P. Grattan, The White Boys
(London 1836); The Omadhaun (London 1877).