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Kingston This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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Kingston Illustrator: Archibald Webb Release Date: May 15, 2007 [EBook #21473] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PADDY FINN *** Produced by Nick Hodson of London, England Paddy Finn, by W H G Kingston. ________________________________________________________________________ This is one of Kingston’s longest adventure stories, but possibly also one of his best.
The eponymous hero is tracked through his time at sea as a midshipman.
Exciting events follow on each other’s heels, fast and furious.
Very well written, showing the extraordinary depth of knowledge that the author possessed.
You will definitely enjoy reading it, if you enjoy this genre at all.
You may care to listen to it instead, in which case it makes an excellent audiobook. ________________________________________________________________________ PADDY FINN, BY W H G KINGSTON. CHAPTER ONE. THE HOME OF MY ANCESTORS. -The top of the morning to you, Terence,- cried the major, looking down upon me from the window of his bedroom. I was standing in front of the castle of Ballinahone--the seat of the O’Finnahans, my ancestors--on the banks of the beautiful Shannon, enjoying the fresh air of the early morning. -Send Larry up, will you, with a jug of warm water for shaving; and, while I think of it, tell Biddy to brew me a cup of hot coffee.
It will be some time before breakfast is ready, and my hand isn’t as steady as it once was till I’ve put something into my inside.- The old house had not been provided with bells for summoning the attendants; a loud shout, a clap of the hand...

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