102 OIIAHLKH STKWAUT PAKNKU, [I8WJ Mrs, O'Shea was the wif«« of (*tiptitin O'Shw, who had pniotii'iilly ncltul AH Mr. ('huiulutriain's ambassador in negotiating the? Kilmsunlww ttvaty, ami who wib-soquently bcfatno nu*wlH»r for (ltd way,1 During tho General KUnitton of IHHCi C *nptaitt ( )'Shi«a (tlu»n n KUm*HH-ful candidate for tin* rq>n*Ht»Mttttioit of thi» County C-liinO wan introduced to Parnrll by Tht* OXIorman 'llnlion, Homo "weekH afterwardH Fiiriii*!! tit«t Mrs, O'Slioa for tho ftrnt timo at a dinwr party givc»n by her lutKband at ThonmH*H Hold, in H«'rki*lt»y Sijimn*. A ftioitckhip, \vhich 8t>on rijH*imd into Itivi% H|irnng up In^twoon thorn, and from IHHi to 1H01 thtty llvml m liunband atul wife. Tho O'fthoas had a at Kltham. Famuli took quarters near thorn* Captain O'Hhoa'g of improper intimacy lH*tw«on Pariu^H and ht« wifo wtirci arouscid so early as 1881, Coining to Klthatu ontt day •• ho had chambcrn in town, wliero h« gcinenilly ntopptul --ho found Parndrn portmanteau in tho houw\ He at onco flt»w into a rttgo with hiH wife, and nt/itt a challenge to Purnoll. ('<tj)t(tin (yshnt /u Varncll 1 Sitlifibury Hi*H, St. JitmtMuij .Itily III, * Rue,-- "Will ymt pIuuKt* bo HO kind us to bo at Lillo» or at any othor town in thn north of Franco which may 1 * It to I to Mr, , * CI'Hliwi wits Clmmtor- lain1* anibaifiador in llm * Orliiinly,1 ii© replied. * O'Bhe* Intitiiilii, li wni O^Shea who brought me to an! iritrt«iiti*t*il ittii to him,' II may bt that Hr, Chamtorlftin vnther than Parnell ai the of the the Home tittle Bill in 1888. He 4id not vote on the reading--*' he out.1 Boon af lie hi« trat tor ami from political life.8815.