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Irish nationalist leader (1846-1891)

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Parnell was champion Flat jockey in Ireland in 1969 after riding 59 winners and won three Classics during his career - Atherstone Wood (1967 Irish 2,000 Guineas), Mistigo (1968 Irish 2,000 Guineas) and Miralla (1975 Irish 1,000 Guineas).
Parnell was born in Fulham, London, and rode his first winner in 1950 on Luseweed at Lanark.
Donal McCartney opens the book with a chapter on Parnell and the meaning of Home Rule: while the essay provides an adequate overview of Parnell's refusal to be pinned down to a hard-and-fast definition of Irish self-government for strategic purposes, there is little new in the analysis.
Rather more rewarding are the chapters that look at Parnell from original angles.
These essays were initially written for events organised by the Parnell Society to commemorate the memory of Charles Stewart Parnell.
Parnell was more comfortable with scientific machinations, though he was never facetious about romantic nationalism and appreciated its appeal to others.
When the Parnells sought specialist legal advice from a solicitor, they were told they would have no chance of success if they sought to challenge the covenant.
Maria and Byron Parnell say they have had to refund thousands of pounds to customers who had booked the pets into their kennels near Llantrisant.
Tierney, and indeed Parnells, have come in for criticism after he left his home club Ballyroan Abbey to join the progressive Dublin outfit.
I was going to be moving to Dublin anyway and Parnells are giving me a hand finding a job," he explained.
Parnells also provides a great pitcher menu, with jugs of beer and popular cocktails available.
But on my evening visit Parnells was littered with couples of many ages as well as a few small groups, varying from 21-year-olds en-route to town to a huddle of'more experienced' ladies downing glass after glass of red wine.
In a trial at Coventry Crown Court, Red Rivers Parnell, aged 18, and Steven Craig Parnell, aged 20, have both denied arson with intent to endanger life and arson being reckless as to whether life was in danger.
Parnells see his appointment as a GPO as a tremendous coup for the club and believe he will play a vital role in helping to develop and promote Gaelic games in the club and the local community.
The ill-tempered match, which Parnells won, saw three players sent off.