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Patrick Rahilly

Patrick Rahilly, born c.1735,
the "rake outrageous O'Rahilly",
the eccentric scholar and schoolmaster,
said to be grandson of the poet,
worked from age 17 to death as private tutor, "and so ardent a lover of variety was he, that in the course of that long period he was never known to pass an entire year in one family" [1834 article],
died c.1810, age 75 yrs.
[1834 article] recalls his life.

Rahilly's enjoyment of "taverns and pot-houses" recalled in [1834 article].

Rahilly christens himself the "rake outrageous O'Rahilly".
From [1834 article].

Seafield House, Co.Waterford, on 1829 to 1842 map.
This is NW of Bunmahon and NE of Stradbally, Co.Waterford.
This is the house of the Power family, where Rahilly was a tutor and where the above story takes place.


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