A lecture delivered before the Creagh Young Men's Association, Skibbereen, Wednesday evening, January 19th, 1859 : with notes and appendix. /
by Edward Spring, A.B., Rector of Kilcoe and Clear.
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George Purcell & Co.,
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Edward Spring, Rector of Kilcoe and Clear, here cautions young men to be careful with the company they associate with particularly in their social life. He warns them to beware of "wanton and dishonest persons" and to avoid "irreligious company". Appendices pages 21-45 deal with duelling, fox-hunting, drinking, etc. both in his own experience and as treated in the writings of others including Gerald Griffin. Spring, (1808-1880), the eldest son of Francis Spring, a farmer of Castlemaine, Co. Kerry, was educated at TCD and served in many parishes in the Cork area. Several of his sermons and lectures were published by Purcell.
Physical description: 45 pages ; 21 cm.
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