Fenian Trials: Portraits of Prisoners
Including those of the Approvers James Carey and M. Kavanagh.
Portraits of Invincibles arrested and tried in relation to the Phoenix Park Murders [the title refers to the fact that the Invincibles' leader, James Carey and Michael Kavanagh agreed to testify against the other suspects] - depicted here are James Carey, Michael Kavanagh, Edward McCaffrey, Edward O'Brien, Joe Brady, James Fitzharris, Thomas Caffrey, Dan Delaney, Timothy Kelly, Pat Delaney, James Mullet, Lawrence Hanlon, Dan Curley, Michael Fagan, William Morony, Peter Doyle. Their names and their professions are inscribed under each portrait. When the Permanent Under Secretary Thomas Henry Burke and new Chief Secretary for Ireland, Lord Frederick Cavendish were murdered (the latter on the very first day of his arrival to Ireland while walking with Burke in Phoenix Park), in Dublin on 6 May 1882, this became known as The Phoenix Park Murders.
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[Glasgow] : Glasgow Weekly Herald, 14th April, 1883.
Gratis Supplement with the Glasgow Weekly Herald, 14th April, 1883.
Formerly held at PD HP (1883) 3.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 38.1 x 25.2 cm..
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.