Henry Munro, Chief of the Irish Rebels, who commanded on the 13th of June 1798 an army of about 7000 rebels on the high grounds behind Lord Moira's house, near Ballynahinch...
Henry Munro mounted on horseback, sword hanging from left side, leading his army of rebels into battle
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London Ackermann Gallery, No. 101 Strand July 1st 1798
Physical description: 1 print mixed techniques image 27.7 x 33.5 cm., on plate mark 29 x 35 cm., on sheet 32.8 x 40.4 cm.
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|EP MUNR-HE (1) II||
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