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As one would expect, this material varied in value and extent. Some persons contributed incidents, of little use by themselves, but which worked in as helpful illustrations, while others forwarded budgets of stories, long and short. To sift the mass of matter, and bring the various portions of it into proper sequence, would have been a lengthy and difficult piece of work had I not been ably assisted by Mr. Harry L. Neligan, D.I. ;but I leave it as a pleasant task to the Higher Critic to discover what portions of the book were done by him, and what should be attributed to me. Some of the replies that reached me were sufficiently amusing. One gentleman, who carefully signed himself Esquire, informed me that he was after reading a great book of ghost stories, but several letters of mine failed to elicit any subsequent information.
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John Drelincourt Seymour, B.D., Litt D., M.R.I.A., Archdeacon of Cashel and Emly, was an Irish Anglican priest in the first half of the 20th century. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin, he was ordained in 1904.
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