2 edition of Romantic stories and legends of Donegal. found in the catalog.
Romantic stories and legends of Donegal.
Harry Percival Swan
|LC Classifications||DA990.D6 S84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||67038861|
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Dublin: W.J. Barr, (Change of Publisher from Carter, but same tiite page with Carter, ). Pp, Illustrated. A very good clean copy in bright illustrated dust jacket. Signed with the Author's Compliments to title page. Romantic Donegal, It's Songs, Poetry and Ballads: Harry Percival Swan: Romantic Inishowen, Ireland's Wonderful Peninsula () Harry Percival Swan (PDF) Romantic Stories and Legends of Donegal: Harry Percival Swan: Sea's Revenge & Other Stories, The: Seamus O Grianna: Seanachie, The: Tales of Old Seamus: Gerry McCullough.
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His body was taken back to the mainland, though shortly after he briefly appeared in the hamlet, standing in the doorway of a hut. The book will be co-edited by PJ Cunningham and Dr Joe Kearney who are seeking memorable stories from that golden era which saw the beginnings of thousands of romances.
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