This chapter discusses Theobald Wolfe Tone's experience at the Middle Temple in Liverpool. It explains that Tone turned to writing to earn a living like other law students and describes some of the friends he made at the Middle Temple. They include George Knox, James Wilkinson Bell, Thomas Radcliffe Radcliffe and Richard Jebb. This chapter also considers the Belmont Castle that tone co-wrote with Radcliffe and Jebb to ridicule the execrable trash of the Circulation Libraries.
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