Bold Emmett, Ireland's Martyr

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Written and produced for the Lubin
Manufacturing Company by Sidney Olcott,
amid the beautiful hills and dales and
rugged shores of old Ireland

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Norah Doyle, a true daughter of Erin
                    Miss Valentine Grant

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Con. Daly, a "United Irishman"
                Sidney Olcott

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Mrs. Doyle makes "rush lights"
               Laurene Sautley

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Major Kirke, of His Majesty's Troops
in Ireland
                      P. H. O'Malley

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A cabin suspected of harboring patriots

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"The soldiers are putting Dwyer's out of
their cabin"

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Norah prevails on the Major to spare
the peasants

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The evicted man seeks revenge

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Hot-heads concluded to take the wounded
Major as a hostage

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"Men, don't take advantage of a 
wounded foe!"

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The Major has recovered

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"Irish hospitality, Sir, asks nor accepts
reward"

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Emmett decides to go on a secret mission

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The Major having resigned, leaves for
Dublin

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Emmett, disguised as a "fifer"

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Fealy, an informer
              Robert Rivers

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Con: --
      "Have ye the word?"
Emmett: --
      "I have!
Con: --
      "What is it?"
Emmett: --
      "Liberty!"

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"Sure Mr. Em -- er -- ah -- Mr. "Fifer,"
me heart is glad to see ye. Th' boys are
ready and only await your signal, sir"

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Fealy's information is overheard by a
"United Irish" spy in the service

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The spy reports

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Fealy is suspected of trickery

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Arrested for aiding the escape of a spy,
a crime for which the extreme punishment
is hanging

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The trial

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"You, Cornelius Daly, are sentenced to 
be hanged. You, Norah Doyle, will be
transported to a penal colony for a
period of seven years"

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Mrs. Doyle leaves for Dublin to find Major
Kirke and plead for his aid

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As a result of her mission of mercy

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To his death

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Emmett has not deserted Con

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Re-united

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Mrs. Doyle: --
     "Long live the Major and the Lord
     Lieutenant"
Inn Keeper: --
     "Yes and also Mr. Emmett, for 'twas
     he who ordered the shot"



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