Westmeath 1798 a Kilbeggan rebellion by Kathleen Flynn

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Published by [s.n.]c[19--?] in [S.l.] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Westmeath (Ireland) -- History.,
  • Ireland -- History -- Rebellion of 1798.

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Book details

StatementKathleen Flynn & Stan McCormack.
ContributionsMcCormack, Stan.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,172p. :
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17462252M

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Apart from its prime location on the main route from Dublin to Galway one of the most important infrastructural advances in the nineteenth century was the construction of a spur of the Grand Canal to Kilbeggan.

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The photos in this abridged edition of Pakenham's book are worth seeing. They are incredibly beautiful and moving. The text of the book, however, is hard to follow and almost unreadable. This is a very abridged edition of the larger work. A great coffee table book, but look elsewhere for serious study of the Great Rebellion of Cited by: Medieval Fore, County Westmeath: Dublin Four Courts Press National Library of Ireland: 72 p.

Stan McCormack: Westmeath a Kilbeggan rebellion: Westmeath The authors National Library of Ireland Ir f 2: p.; co-author: Kathleen Flynn: Stan McCormack: Against the Odds: Kilbeggan Races Kilbeggan The author Westmeath was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until the Act of Union in Between and Catholics and those married to Catholics could not vote.

The borough was disenfranchised under the terms of the Act of Union Replaced by: Westmeath. ‘Kilbeggan ’, a book of historic photographs edited with Kitty Flynn, followed in time for the millennium, and six years later Stan published ‘Kilbeggan Past and Present’.

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Arising from this I have decided to produce a new book of Kilbeggan photos. One of the highlights of the book next year will be the celebration of the th anniversary of Kilbeggan winning their first Westmeath Senior Football Championship in (they won seven titles between andeven when some of the players were on the run!).

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When they had reached within a short distance of Balliniscarthy, several hundreds of the insurgents, armed. To mark the th anniversary of the Rebellion, RTE Radio 1 commissioned 13 historians to provide their insights into the rising. These lectures set Ireland in the context of Revolutionary Europe and trace the development of the United Irishman's political cultural philosophy.

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The rebellion 1. The RebellionThe United Irishmen: Revolution in Ireland 2. The United Irishmen• Inspired by the revolutions in France and America. Founded in • Wanted to unite “Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter” to create an Irish Republic free of Britain.•.

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