On Saturday the 12th day of February will be published the first number of a Dublin weekly journal entitled "The United Irishman" edited by John Mitchel; aided by Thomas Devin Reilly and John Martin, of Loughorn and other competent Contributors.
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Broadside advertising the launch of "The United Irishman" - 'The projectors of "The United Irishman" believe that the world is weary of OLD IRELAND and also of YOUNG IRELAND - that the day for both these noisy factions is past and gone - that Old and Young alike have grown superannuated and obsolete together.' Includes quotation by Theobald Wolfe Tone "Our independence must be had at all hazards. If the men of property will not support us, they must fall: we can support ourselves by the aid of that numerous and respectable class of the community, the Men of no property".
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[Dublin : The United Irishman, 1848].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 24 cm.
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