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Excerpt from The Reminiscences of the Right Hon. Lord O'brien (of Kilfenora): Lord Chief Justice of Ireland
IT is a matter of sincere regret to me that an apologia for inadequacy should preface this volume, which, as an autobiographical work, is incomplete and frag mentary. I acted as my father's amanuensis, and each evening used to bring him the manuscript, saying, Shall we work a little to-night Q To which request, when we first undertook the book, he would assent. Alas! As the days passed by, the answer, Not to-night, I am too tired, became more and more frequent, until at last there came an evening when he sai You will have to complete the book alone, unaided by me; I can work no more. I have every confidence m you.
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