Rev. Frederick Langbridge, the Limerick rector and multifaceted author renowned for his poetry and plays, is distinguished by his distinct appearance. With his long mustache, whitening hair, and an intellectual aura, Langbridge has captivated audiences both in person and through his literary works. Despite his clerical background, his heart lies in the realm of literature as he has spent more time tutoring than preaching. Moreover, his passions do not stop there; he is a lover of battledore, a skilled typist, and a fervent participant in walking and tennis. Consequently, Rev. Langbridge stands out as an accomplished, versatile personality in both the literary and personal spheres of life.
Lady of the House – Wednesday 15 October 1902