Some Notes of an Irish Exile of 1798
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (301 pages)
Year: (1863) 2011
Publisher: Archive CD Books Ireland
Republished here on fully searchable CD-ROM is "Some Notes of an Irish Exile of 1798: Being the Chapters from the Memoirs of Miles Byrne Relating to Ireland", published in Dublin by Maunsel & Co., in 1907. This publication was taken from Byrne's complete Memories, which had been edited by his wife and published in Parish in three volumes the year after his death in 1863.
In 301 printed pages "Some Notes of an Irish Exile of 1798" treat on Byrne's involvement as a leader of the United Irishmen during some of the bloodiest fighting of the Rising in Wicklow and Wexford, through to his encounters with Robert Emmet at the end of the Rebellion. Byrne was involved in the Battles of Oulart, Clough, Vinegar Hill, Enniscorthy, Arklow and Ballygullen. The battles and areas covered by "Some Notes of an Irish Exile of 1798" are seen as amongst the most authoritative available.
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