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    Glasgow Herald
    January 16, 1889
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  • #2
    Sir Ed

    Hello Howard. Thanks for posting this.

    Funny to see something on the Parnell Commission just now. Found out this afternoon that Sir Ed was reputedly working on behalf of Parnell; William Henry Hurlbert and Tom's lad, CLG, were working the other side.

    Very interesting.

    Cheers.
    LC

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    • #3
      Lynn, "found out this afternoon"?

      How do you mean?
      Best regards,
      Maria

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      • #4
        journal

        Hello Maria. Thanks.

        My new book. It's Sir George Fottrell's journal.

        Cheers.
        LC

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        • #5
          Lynn,
          are you referring to Stephen Ball (ed.): Dublin Castle and the First Home Rule crisis: The Political Journal of Sir George Fottrell, 1884-1887, Royal Historical Society 2008?

          What follows as next is the stoopidest question ever, but do you mind clarifying who Sir Ed is?

          Also, do you remember the Primrose League thread at the other site?

          I'm VERY interested in researching the Parnell connections that you know about, but not before next year, as right now things are crazy busy and I hardly have any time for Ripperology, I'm afraid.

          (Just got to Berlin and among else found 3 mutually exclusive letters from my German funding that don't make much sense and especially don't add up at all to the nice 4 digit amount that's been recently wired to my account. Will call them on the phone tomorrow and try to clear this out. The essential thing though is that they wired me the money. If their letters conflict with that fact, I hope it's not going to be any problems!!)
          Best regards,
          Maria

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          • #6
            errata

            Hello Maria. Thanks.

            Yup. That's the one.

            Sir Ed Jenkinson. He's the lad who cooked up the dynamite plot--which was taken over by Lord Salisbury.

            "Also, do you remember the Primrose League thread at the other site?"

            I do indeed. I look forward to your research contributions.

            Good luck with your job.

            Cheers.
            LC

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            • #7
              Shoo... Jenkinson? I should have figured it out.

              Thanks so much for the well wishes, I'll definitely need them.

              As for research, only thing I'm doing now pertains to alien criminals on Frrrench soil. (Alien criminals on planet earth, NOT.)
              Best regards,
              Maria

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              • #8
                aliens

                Hello Maria. Thanks.

                Aliens? Well, several of the WCM investigators have been alienists. (Sorry, had to.)

                Cheers.
                LC

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                • #9
                  Makes me feel so...alienated. :-p
                  Best regards,
                  Maria

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