The Decade of the United Irishmen: Contemporary Accounts, 1791-1801
"Drawing together contemporary newspaper articles, letters and reports, John Killen brings alive the decade of the United Irishmen: the formation of the Society; the years of secret planning; the abortive 1798 rebellion and its brutal suppression; and the far-reaching constitutional consequences. By relying on primary sources, and not the belated wisdom of hindsight, he draws the reader into the hope, drama and ultimate tragedy of a period that still has profound resonances in modern Ireland. --Back cover.
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Without Enthusiasm Nothing Great Was Done
Declaration and Resolutions of the Society of United Irishmen
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