James O’Leary [Rev.]

Life
1843-1878; author of The Last Bard of Limerick, an orig. national poem in Spenserian Stanza (Dublin 1865); a Fenian and a teacher at Cl+onliffe (Drumcondra); ed. of the New York Tablet at his death; ed. E. L. Swift, Treatise on the names of Ireland, and Lives of St Patrick (1874); sometime professor at St Colman’s, Fermoy, Co. Cork. PI

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Works
The Most Ancient Lives of Saint Patrick: including the life by Jocelin, hitherto unpublished in America, and his extant writings; illustrated with the most ancient engravings of our great national saint with a preface and chronological table by James O’Leary [Irish fireside library; 7th Edn] (NY: P. J. Kenedy 1883), iv, 350pp.; 18cm. [Cover-title: All that is known of St. Patrick. - Spine title: Life and legends of St. Patrick.]

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