Ballingarry, and distant view of Slievenamon
Widow McCormack's house played an important part in the Rebellion of 1848. There was a gun battle between a party of policemen who occupied Widow McCormack's House, at Farrenrory Upper, Ballingarry, County Tipperary, and a group of local miners and farmers lead by William Smith O'Brien's failure to capture this house marked the end of the rebellion.
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[London] : 12th August, 1848.
Illustration from "Illustrated London News", 12th August, 1848, p. 88.
One of three illustrations on same sheet accompanied by article "The Insurrection in Ireland". For details on the other two illustrations, see 2120 TX (2) 63(B) and 63(C).
Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving ; 11.4 x 16.2 cm..
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