The last speech and dying words of Martin M'Loughlin, :
who was taken prisoner after the defeat of the French and rebels, at the Battle of Ballinamuck, in the County of Longford, and being tried by a court- martial, was found guilty, and ordered for execution at St. John's Town, in said county, on Monday, 10th Sept. 1798 ... : with a true account of the battles of Castlebar, Coloony, and Ballinamuck, and the merry adventure of Captain Tom Packenham, or, The sailor on horseback.
|Main Creator:||McLoughlin, Martin, d. 1798.|
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Cork printed, and sold in Dublin by : R. Cole, no. 16 Trinity-Street, .
Physical description: 22 p. ; 21.5 cm. (8vo)
Citations/References: NUC pre-1956 NM79098.
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|P 16||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
|JP 6073||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|