Charles Stewart Parnell: A Memoir

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CHARLES STEWART
PARNELL A Memoir

BY HIS BROTHER JOHN HOWARD PARNELL

NEW YORK ENRY HOLT AND COMPANY 1914

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • A Foreword vii
  • Book I Early Days 1
  • Chapter I - Home and Family 3
  • Chapter II - In the Nursery 18
  • Chapter III - Childhood 26
  • Chapter IV - Wards in Chancery 38
  • Chapter V - At Wishaw's 47
  • Chapter VI - Nearing Manhood 54
  • Book II - Steps to the Throne 65
  • Chapter I - The Fenians The Fenian Movement. 67
  • Chapter II - Nearly Married 73
  • Chapter III - Charley in America 82
  • Chapter IV - Adventures in the Coalfields 89
  • Chapter V - The Railway Accident 96
  • Chapter VI - Back to Europe 110
  • Chapter VIII - First Blood 133
  • Chapter IX - In Parliament 141
  • Chapter X Obstruction 149
  • Chapter XI - A Triumphal Tour 156
  • Chapter XII - Leader at Last 165
  • Book III - In Power 169
  • Chapter II - The Right to Live 183
  • Chapter III - In Prison 193
  • Chapter IV - The PhŒnix Park Murders 199
  • Chapter V - The Arrears Act 205
  • Chapter VI - A Successful Campaign 211
  • Book IV - A Losing Fight 229
  • Chapter I - The Divorce, and After 231
  • Chapter II - The God from the Machine Danger 241
  • Chapter III - Charley's Betrayal A Party Conclave. 246
  • Chapter IV - After the Death 254
  • Chapter V - A Vision 258
  • Appendices 261
  • Index 305
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