Portraits of O'Donnell and Carey, from photographs taken at Port Elizabeth
Murder of James Carey, one of the Invincibles, by another Invincible Patrick Donnell, on board ship to Cape Town, South Africa. Carey was arrested for the Phoenix Park murders in 1882 but his evidence helped to hang five of his comrades and imprison eight others. He was freed for betraying his accomplices in the murders.
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[Dublin] : P.J. Gormley, September 15th, 1883.
Print showing individual pictures of "The Melrose. The Ship in which Carey was shot", "James Carey. as he was known in Dublin", "James Carey. After Death", "Carey's Grave in the Convicts Burying Ground", "Patrick O'Donnell. Accused of Shooting Carey".
Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 26.6 x 24.8 cm..
Reproduction Note: Neg. No.: 22530.
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|PD Weekly Freeman 1883 September 15 (A)||
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