Treasures: How we could all share in a rake’s legacy

No one could accuse Tom Conolly of being boring. He inherited Castletown aged 25 and became Conservative MP for Co Donegal in 1849.

We lived a flamboyant bachelor life that focused mostly on hunting but eventually sought out the bigger thrills. In 1964 he embarked on an adventure that his biographer Suzanne Pegley describes as “a risky and questionable enterprise”.

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