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The Sunshine Patriots: 1798 Rebellion in Antrim and Down e-book

Author:

R.M. Sibbett

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Europe

ePub size:

1444 kb

Other formats:

lrf lit mbr lrf

Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland (May 1, 1997)

Pages:

52

ISBN:

0950144460

The Sunshine Patriots: 1798 Rebellion in Antrim and Down e-book

by R.M. Sibbett


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The sunshine patriots. the 1798 rebellion in Antrim & Down. Reprinted from: Orangeism in Ireland and throughout the Empire. Thynne & Co. Ltd, 1938. Published 1997 by GOLI Publications in Belfast.

Sibbett, R. M. (Robert ., 1868-1941. Orangeism in Ireland and throughout the Empire. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Corporate Name: Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland. Download The sunshine patriots : the 1798 rebellion in Antrim & Down . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site.

The Irish Rebellion of 1798 (Irish: Éirí Amach 1798) was an uprising against British rule in Ireland. The United Irishmen, a republican revolutionary group influenced by the ideas of the American and French revolutions, were the main organising force behind the rebellion, led by Presbyterians angry at being shut out of power by the Anglican establishment and joined by Catholics, who made up the majority of the population

Half the book is prelude to the rebellion, with a short postscript where matters of historians and 1800's Act of Union (a direct result of the rebellion) are . The Summer Soldiers: The 1798 Rebellion in Antrim and Down Paperback. Anthony Terence Quincey Stewart

Half the book is prelude to the rebellion, with a short postscript where matters of historians and 1800's Act of Union (a direct result of the rebellion) are covered. The rest covers the military flailing and cruel repression and recrimination that was 1798 Ireland. As clearly as this book seems to be laid out, affairs in Ireland at the time are simply a confusing mess, possibly even to those who were there at the time. Anthony Terence Quincey Stewart.

In one momentous week in Antrim and Down, a shaky coalition of idealistic Presbyterians and Catholics (with .

The story of the seven days, from 6 June 1798, when a coalition of idealistic Presbyterians and Catholics challenged . Catholics challenged the might of the Anglican establishment in Antrim and Down.

The story of the seven days, from 6 June 1798, when a coalition of idealistic Presbyterians and Catholics challenged the might of the Anglican establishment i. It draws on contemporary diaries, letters and reports to present a history of the United Irishmen rising in the North.

The 1798 Rebellion was a major event in the history of Ireland, even though it failed. This defeat, coupled with the defeat at Antrim, signalled the end of the United Irishmen rebellion in the north of the country

The 1798 Rebellion was a major event in the history of Ireland, even though it failed. A group of Irish nationalists became inspired by the French and American Revolutions, and rose up to fight for their independence. However, the rebels were disorganised and lacked a clear command structure. The rebellion was ultimately defeated by the British Army. This defeat, coupled with the defeat at Antrim, signalled the end of the United Irishmen rebellion in the north of the country. Monro escaped death on the battlefield but was betrayed by someone supposed to be hiding him and handed over to the authorities. He was hanged outside the front door of his home.

The story of the seven days, from 6 June 1798, when a coalition of idealistic Presbyterians and Catholics challenged the might of the Anglican establishment in Antrim and Down. com User, May 31, 2000. Step by step the planned revolution unfolds. The Irish, preparing pikes, organizing, and plotting betrayal against themselves. Treachery and battle. That is this books best quality.


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