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Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two

By William Carleton
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  • VALENTINE  M'CLUTCHY
  • THE IRISH AGENT.
  • CONTENTS
  • List of Illustrations
  • PREFACE
  • CHAPTER I.—An Irish Pair and Spoileen Tent
  • CHAPTER II.—Birth and Origin of Mr. M'Clutchy
  • CHAPTER III.—Solomon M'Slime, a Religious Attorney
  • CHAPTER IV.—Poll Doolin, the Child Cadger
  • CHAPTER V.—A Mysterious Meeting
  • CHAPTER VI.—The Life and Virtues of an Irish Absentee
  • CHAPTER VII.—Reflections on Absenteeism
  • CHAPTER VIII.—Poverty and Sorrow
  • CHAPTER IX.—A Dialogue, exhibiting Singular Principles of Justice
  • CHAPTER X.—A Dutiful Grandson and a Respectable Grandmother
  • CHAPTER XI.—Darby and Solomon at Prayer
  • CHAPTER XII.—Interview between Darby and Mr. Lucre
  • CHAPTER XIII.—Darby's Brief Retirement from Public Life.
    • —A Controversial Discussion, together with the Virtues it Produced
  • CHAPTER XIV.—Poll Doolin's Honesty, and Phil's Gallantry
  • CHAPTER XV.—Objects of an English Traveller
  • CHAPTER XVI.—Solomon in Trouble
  • CHAPTER XVII.—A Moral Survey, or a Wise Man led by a Fool
  • CHAPTER XVIII.—An Execution by Val's Blood-Hounds
  • CHAPTER XIX.—An Orange Lodge at Full Work
  • CHAPTER XX.—Sobriety and Loyalty
  • CHAPTER XXI.—Darby's Piety Rewarded
  • CHAPTEK XXII.—-Castle Cumber Grand Jury Room
  • CHAPTER XXIII.—A Rent Day
  • CHAPTEK XXIV.—Raymond's Sense of Justice
  • CHAPTER XXV.—Val and his Son brought to Trial
  • CHAPTER XXVI.—Harman's Interview with Mary M'Loughlin
  • CHAPTER XXVII.—Bob Beatty's Last Illness
  • CHAPTER XXVIII.—Darby is a Spiritual Ganymede
  • CHAPTER XXIX.—Solomon Suffers a Little Retribution
  • CHAPTER XXX.—The Mountain Grave-Yard
  • CHAPTER XXXI.—Richard Topertoe and his Brother
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