Knocknagow by Charles Kickham

CONTENTS.

Bibliographic note & acknowledgements

TITLE PAGE & DEDICATION

INTRODUCTION.
By MATTHEW RUSSELL, S.J.

CHAPTER I.
MR. HENRY LOWE BECOMES THE GUEST OF HIS UNCLE'S PRINCIPAL TENANT.

CHAPTER II.
"MY ELDEST DAUGHTER, SIR."

CHAPTER III.
MAT THE THRASHER.

CHAPTER IV.
THE TRACKS IN THE SNOW.

CHAPTER V.
THE DOCTOR MAKES HIMSELF COMFORTABLE.

CHAPTER VI.
THE STATION — BARNEY BRODHERICK'S PENANCE — MRS. SLATTERY CREATES A SENSATION

CHAPTER VII.
NORAH LAHY, — THE OLD LINNET'S SONG.

CHAPTER VIII.
HONOR LAHY'S GOOD LUCK.

CHAPTER IX.
BILLY HEFFERNAN AND HIS FLUTE.

CHAPTER X.
"A LITTLE NOURISHMENT."

CHAPTER XI.
FATHER HANNIGAN'S SERMON.

CHAPTER XII.
MATRIMONY AND "MARRIAGE MONEY." — THE WIDOW'S LAST WISH.

CHAPTER XIII.
THE DOCTOR IN A FIX.

CHAPTER XIV.
MOUNT TEMPE AND ITS MASTER.

CHAPTER XV.
A DAY'S SHOOTING LOST.

CHAPTER XVI.
AN UNINVITED VISITOR.

CHAPTER XVII.
LORY.

CHAPTER XVIII.
MISS LLOYD'S FOIBLES.

CHAPTER XIX.
WILL SIR GARRETT RENEW THE LEASE?

CHAPTER XX.
MR. LOWE GETS A LETTER OF WARNING.

CHAPTER XXI.
FIVE SHILLINGS WORTH OF DANCE.

CHAPTER XXII.
THE BLUE BODY-COAT WITH GILT BUTTONS — ABSENCE OF MIND. "AULD LANG SYNE."

CHAPTER XXIII.
MAT DONOVAN AT HOME.

CHAPTER XXIV.
"GOD BE WITH YE!"

CHAPTER XXV.
PHIL LAHY IN THE BOSOM OF HIS FAMILY.

CHAPTER XXVI.
A BRIDEGROOM WHO COULDN'T DESCRIBE HIS BRIDE.

CHAPTER XXVII.
THE JAY.

CHAPTER XXVIII.
BARNEY WINS A BET, AND LOSES MUCH PRECIOUS TIME.

CHAPTER XXIX.
THE HAULING HOME. — "IS NORAH LAHY STRONG?"

CHAPTER XXX.
NED BROPHY'S WEDDING

CHAPTER XXXI.
MR. LLOYD DOES WHAT IRISH LANDLORDS SELDOM DO.

CHAPTER XXXII.
AN OLD CROPPY'S NOTIONS OF SECURITY OF TENURE.

CHAPTER XXXIII.
BILLY HEFFERNAN'S TRIUMPH.

CHAPTER XXXIV.
LONELY

CHAPTER XXXV.
ON THE ROAD TO THE BIG TOWN WITH THE CLOUD OVER IT.

CHAPTER XXXVI.
HOME TO KNOCKNAGOW. — A TENANT AT WILL.

CHAPTER XXXVII.
DISCONTENT AND RESIGNATION

CHAPTER XXXVIII.
ARE YOU IN LOVE, MARY?"

CHAPTER XXXIX.
THE HOOK-NOSED STEED.

CHAPTER XL.
THE DRAGOON'S PRESENT. — THE BEAUTY RACE.

CHAPTER XLI.
MISS KATHLEEN HANLY THINKS IT ADVISABLE TO BE "DOING SOMETHING."

CHAPTER XLII.
A HAUNTED FARM.

CHAPTER XLIII.
TOM HOGAN BOASTS THAT HE NEVER FIRED A SHOT.

CHAPTER XLIV.
HUGH KEARNEY THINKS HE WILL GET HIS FISHING-ROD REPAIRED.

CHAPTER XLV.
TOM CUDDEHY BIDS HIS OLD SWEETHEART GOOD-BYE.

CHAPTER XLVI.
"MAT DONOVAN IS KILLED!"

CHAPTER XLVII.
BILLY HEFFERNAN WONDERS WHAT IS "COMING OVER" NORAH.

CHAPTER XLVIII.
THE "DEAD PAST" AND THE "LIVING PRESENT." — MRS. DONOVAN'S SAD FACE.

CHAPTER XLIX.
IN THE LONESOME MOOR — MEDITATING MURDER — DARBY RUADH THINKS HIMSELF BADLY USED — TOM HOGAN HAS AN ARGUMENT AGAINST PHIL LAHY.

CHAPTER L.
TOM CUDDEHY FEELS "SOMEWAY QUARE." — A GLANCE BACKWARDS TO CLEAR UP THE MYSTERY OF THE TRACKS IN THE SNOW.

CHAPTER LI.
MAT DONOVAN IN TRAMORE. — MRS. KEARNEY AND HER "OWN CAR." — THE "COULIN."

CHAPTER LII.
THE BULL-BAIT. — THE CARRICK-MAN AND HIS DOG "TRUE-BOY." — LORY PUNISHES BERESFORD PENDER, AND RIDES HOME BEHIND MR. BOB LLOYD, ON THE GREY HUNTER. — MISS LLOYD INVOLUNTARILY SITS DOWN.

CHAPTER LIII.
THE HURLING IN THE KILN-FIELD — CAPTAIN FRENCH THROWS THE SLEDGE AGAINST MAT THE THRASHER — BARNEY IN TROUBLE. — FATHER M'MAHON'S "PROUD WALK."

CHAPTER LIV.
BOB LLOYD IN DANGER. — MAT DONOVAN'S OPINION OF "DESAVING" PEOPLE IN THE WAY OF COURTSHIP.

CHAPTER LV.
BILLY HEFFERNAN MAKES DR. KIELY A PRESENT, "AS A FRIEND OF PHIL LAHY'S."

CHAPTER LVI.
THE WHITE JACKET.

CHAPTER LVII.
A GREAT EVENT. — TOMMY LAHY'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS. — ARTHUR O'CONNOR.

CHAPTER LVIII.
FATHER CARROLL'S HOARDINGS.

CHAPTER LIX.
ANOTHER EVENTFUL DAY. — "MAGNIFICENT TIPPERARY."

CHAPTER LX.
BURGLARY AND ROBBERY.—MAT DONOVAN A PRISONER. — BARNEY DISAPPEARS — MR. SOMERFIELD AND ATTORNEY HANLY APPLY FOR LEASES, AND OLD ISAAC DREADS THE CONSEQUENCES.

CHAPTER LXI.
BARNEY IS CAPTURED — HIS ACCOUNT OF HIMSELF — MAT THE THRASHER IN CLONMEL JAIL, AND THE BIG DRUM SILENT.

CHAPTER LXII.
SAD NEWS FROM BALLINACLASH.

CHAPTER LXIII.
EJECTED. — THE BAILIFFS IN THE OLD COTTAGE. — BILLY HEFFERNAN PLAYS "AULD LANG SYNE" AGAIN, AND THE OLD LINNET SINGS IN THE MOONLIGHT.

CHAPTER LXIV.
A CONSPIRACY. — THE "COULIN. " — MISS LLOYD WANTS TO KNOW ALL ABOUT IT. — VISIONS OF HAPPY DAYS.

CHAPTER LXV.
MAT DONOVAN FOLLOWS GRACE'S ADVICE; BUT BESSY MORRIS IS GONE. — HONOR AND PHIL LAHY IN THEIR NEW HOME.

CHAPTER LXVI.
ONLY A WOMAN'S HAIR. — MORE WEDDINGS THAN ONE — A HEART AS "BIG AS SLIEVENAMON." — BEAUTIFUL IRELAND. — THE SORT OF A WIFE THAT BARNEY GOT.

CHAPTER LXVII.
GOOD-BYE. — THE OLD ROOM. — MRS. HEFFERNAN'S TROUBLES. "MAGNIFICENT TIPPERARY." — A GLEAM OF SUNSHINE. — BUT KNOCKNAGOW IS GONE.

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