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There were many-acred potentates, such as the Dukes of Beaufort and Hamilton and Rutland, Lord Bath, Lord Leicester, and Lord Lonsdale, and names redolent of history, a Butler, Marquis of Ormonde, a Cecil, Marquis of Exeter, the representative of Queen Elizabeth's Lord Burleigh, and a Stanley, Earl of Derby, a name which to this day stirs Lancashire blood.

The two men were sitting in wicker chairs on a small flat space on the roof of the American Embassy in Ormonde Square.

After the rebellion Colonel Murray retired to France, where he served under the exiled Duke of Ormonde, who had attached himself to the Stuart Court.

He, very nicely, stayed on, and we did have a delightful talk; but Victor Ormonde, who happened to be present, has never ceased to chaff me about it.

I, at least, didn't find it a mocking Christmasbut then India isn't my grim stepmother, as Victor Ormonde pointed out to me the other night, I can afford to be home-sick, can afford to let myself think of the "black dividing sea and alien plain," because here I have no continuing city.

Mrs. Ormonde is so charming, she is a great favourite with men, and is always surrounded when she goes anywhere by about half a dozen eager for her smiles.

Wouldn't it pay better to develop a Henry M. Stanleyonce a homeless orphanthan a Salvator or an Ormonde or a Rayon d'Or?' "'Pound away,' said Bill.

They landed at Waterford, and journeyed north until they reached the army, with which the Marquis of Ormonde was besieging Dublin.

As Harry and his comrades rode from Waterford they beheld everywhere ruined fields and burned houses; and on joining the army of the Marquis of Ormonde, Harry felt even more strongly than before the hopelessness of the struggle on which he was engaged.

There were with Ormonde, indeed, better troops than these.

Harry was, a day or two after reaching the camp of Lord Ormonde, sent off to the West to drill some of the newly-raised levies there.

He set out on his journey, furnished with letters from Ormonde to several influential gentlemen in Galway.

"Ormonde," he said, looking at the men.

In July the news came that the Earl of Ormonde's force outside Dublin had been routed by the garrison, under General Jones, the governor, and shortly afterward Harry received orders to march with the regiment to join the earl, who, as the king's representative, forwarded him at the same time a commission as its colonel, and the order to command it.

It was on the 13th of August that Harry with his force joined the army of Ormonde, and the next day the news came that Cromwell had landed at Dublin, and had issued a bloodthirsty proclamation against the Irish.

While he was swearing to observe everything the Scots asked of him, he was writing to Ormonde to tell him that he was to mind nothing he heard as to his agreement with the Scots, for that he would do all the Irish required.

He remembered now the stories he had heard and read of her caprices, the races on the beach at Ormonde, her fearlessness in the hunting field and the woman's polo team she had organized at Cedarcroft which she had led against a team of men on a Southern field.

CARTE, Thomas, History of the Life of James, Duke of Ormonde, 3 vols., London, 1735-6. CARTER, Elizabeth, Memoirs of her Life, by Montagu Pennington, 2 vols., London, 1816.

SEE COOKE, NELSON M. ORMONDE, CZENZI.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 21Jun71; R507726. ORMSBEE, DAVID, pseud.

ORMONDE, CZENZI.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 23Jul71; R509510.

ORMONDE, CZENZI.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan72; R520813. Picnic.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan72; R520812.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 10Jun74; R578767.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 10Jun74; R578768.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 8Jul74; R580717.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 8Jul74; R580718.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 6May75; R604305.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 7May75; R604693. R604720.

By Czenzi Ormonde (In Woman's home companion, July 1947)

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 9Jun75; R606944.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 9Jun75; R606962.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 9Jun75; R606963. R606964.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 31Jul75; R610547.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 6Jan76; R622688.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 11Mar76; R627858.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 22Apr76; R631659.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3May76; R632099.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3May76; R632100. R632106.

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Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan77; R650864.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan77; R650865. R650866.

SEE COOKE, NELSON M. ORMONDE, CZENZI.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 21Jun71; R507726. ORMSBEE, DAVID, pseud.

ORMONDE, CZENZI.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 23Jul71; R509510.

ORMONDE, CZENZI.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan72; R520813. Picnic.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan72; R520812.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 10Jun74; R578767.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 10Jun74; R578768.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 8Jul74; R580717.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 8Jul74; R580718.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 6May75; R604305.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 7May75; R604693. R604720.

By Czenzi Ormonde (In Woman's home companion, July 1947)

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 9Jun75; R606944.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 9Jun75; R606962.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 9Jun75; R606963. R606964.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 31Jul75; R610547.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 6Jan76; R622688.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 11Mar76; R627858.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 22Apr76; R631659.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3May76; R632099.

By Czenzi Ormonde.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3May76; R632100. R632106.

Czenzi Ormonde (A); 3Jan77; R650864.

The Duke of Ormonde enjoyed the confidence and esteem of his royal master.

"Seaghan buidhe," "An Sean duine," "Lament for Kilcash," "Ormonde's Lament," "Morin ni Chullenain," "All the Way to Galway" (the air of "Yankee Doodle"), "Caitlin ni Houlihan," "Balance a straw" ("The Wearing of the Green"), "St. Patrick's Day," "Plancam Peirbhig," are amongst the tunes in vogue at this period.

BLOOD, THOMAS, COLONEL, an Irish desperado, noted for his daring attempts against the life of the Duke of Ormonde, and for carrying off the regalia in the Tower; unaccountably pardoned by Charles II., and received afterwards into royal favour with a pension of ยฃ500 per annum.