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William Boyle

(1853—1923) playwright


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601 From Mary Harris in Boyle [Roscommon, Ireland] to William Daniels, overseer of Kirby-le-Soken, 22 February 1832

602 From Mary Harris in Boyle [Roscommon, Ireland] to William Daniels, overseer of Kirby-le-Soken, 18 May 1832

ATKINS, William Ringrose Gelston (1884 - 1959), Boyle Medal, Roy. Dublin Soc. 1928; Head of Dept of General Physiology, Marine Biological Association’s Laboratory, Plymouth, Devon, 1921–55

 

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(1853–1923),

play-wright. Born in Dromiskin, Co. Louth, and educated in Dundalk, he worked in the customs service. Although he wrote stories, gathered in A Kish of Brogues (1899), Boyle is ...

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