Kildare, some thirty miles from Dublin, is the junction for the Kilkenny branch of the line.
Damis hesitated as the Kildare's keen gray eyes bored into his own.
The overthrow of the Kildare Geraldines was necessary, but had its inconveniences.
Followed by Damis and a score of Earthmen, the Kildare led the way into a building.
Kildare gave a grunt of disgust, entered the cell, and removed the manacles from Frank's wrists.
"And to any of them, Glavour's ship may have fled," replied the Kildare.
Move all available troops by shortest route to Kildare at once and report to me personally at Ardsley.
Kildare said nothing more, but left the cell, locking the door behind him.
He remained Bishop of Kildare for eighteen years, during which he was turned out of house and home three times by the rebels.
By the 31st the rebels in Meath, Kildare, and Carlow had lost all heart.