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I follow Saint Patrick

Author: Oliver St John Gogarty
Publisher: New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [©1938]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Patrick, Saint; Patrick, Saint
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver St John Gogarty
OCLC Number: 2358532
Notes: Includes index.
Illustrated lining-papers.
Description: xi, [1], 321 pages frontispiece (map) illustrations, plates (1 double) 23 cm
Contents: St. David's head --
A search for the arms of King Nial of the nine hostages, and for the Irish Sea-King's ship that bore Patrick away in the first years of the fifth century --
Where did Patrick dwell? --
Where was Patrick born? I arrive at a decision --
I visit three places out of six which are credited with being St. Patrick's birthplace --
"We were masters of the sea" --
Surely it was here? --
The road to Slemish --
The herdsman's hill --
The escape --
The road to the Isle of Lerins, which is now St. Honorat --
Patrick's second coming. He comes of his own free will --
"And now let us praise famous men" --
To Tara from Mag Inis --
The Saint contends with the Magi --
Telltown --
The villains of the world at Mag Slecht --
St. Patrick crosses the Shannon --
To Lough Corrib where Lugnaedon lies --
The ascent of the Croagh Patrick --
Murrisk and Cahir Island --
St. Patrick's purgatory --
St. Patrick and Usheen --
The Saint's visit to Dublin --
" His indwelling spirit."
Responsibility: [by] Oliver St. John Gogarty.

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