GEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM reading a selection of his own works
' George A. Birmingham ' comes back to his native Belfast tonight to take part in this series. As the Rev. Canon James Owen Hannay , he is Vicar of Holy Trinity, Kensington Gore. He was born in Belfast, in 1865, the son of the Rev. Robert Hannay , Vicar of Belfast, and was educated at Haileybury and Trinity, Dublin. As George A. Birmingham , he is one of Ulster's most distinguished men of letters. He will read tonight passages from his novel ' The Northern Iron '.
Rev. Canon James Owen
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