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THE O'CONORS OF CASTLE CONOR, COUNTY MAYO.
FROM "TALES FROM ALL COUNTRIES"
by Anthony Trollope
I shall never forget my first introduction to country life in
Ireland, my first day's hunting there, or the manner in which I
passed the evening afterwards. Nor shall I ever cease to be grateful
for the hospitality which I received from the O'Conors of Castle
Conor. My acquaintance with the family was first made in the
following manner. But before I begin my story, let me inform my