[Rev.] Henry Henderson
1820-97; [pseud. Ulster Scot]; b. 27 Dec., Belfast; licensed to preach Belfast Presbytery, Nov. 1842; evangelical work in New Ross; installed Hollywood, Co. Down, 25 Sept. 1844; neighbour of A. J. McKenna; a popular platform speaker of strong Orange and Conservative views; two controversial sermons published, 1859; The True Heir of Ballymore, passages from the History of a Belfast Ribbon Lodge (Belfast Newsletter Office 1859), anti-Ribbon pamphlet in fiction-form; Dark Monk of Feola, Adventures of a Ribbon Pedlar (1859); Sandy Row Convert: A Tale of the Belfast Revival, pref. J. Sheridan Knowles (1861); author of Ulster Scots Letters ... published regularly in Belfast Weekly News; d. 7 Dec. MKA IF/2
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John J. Marshall, Ulster Scot, Irish Book Lover, 14, 6 (June 1924), pp.101-03.
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Stephen Brown, Ireland in Fiction: A Guide to Irish Novels, Tales, Romances and Folklore [Pt. I] (Dublin: Maunsel 1919), lists The True Heir of Ballymore  [perils of mixed marriage from Protestant standpoint, approved by Downshire Protestant reviewer as illustrative of evils]; Sandy Row Convert, set during Revival of 1859 .
Desmond Clarke, Ireland in Fiction: A Guide to Irish Novels, Tales, Romances and Folklore [Pt. 2] (Cork: Royal Carbery 1985), adds other works of fiction, Woodleigh Hall: A Tale of Fenians (Belfast: Weekly News 1867); Sir Harry Aubrey: A Tale of Indian Warfare and Irish Life (Belfast: Weekly News 1873); The Moutrays of Clonkeen (Belfast: Weekly News 1877), and The Squire of Ballynascree, a Tale of the Turf and the Tent (Belfast: Weekly News 1877).
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