A copy of 'The felon's track; or, History of the late attempted outbreak in Ireland: embracing the leading events in the Irish struggle, from the year 1843, to the close of 1848. By Michael Doheny'  with notes by Sub-Inspector Thomas Trant, contradicting Doheny's account of the events at Ballingarry [Co. Tipperary] in July 1848,
[mid 19th century].
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New York :
|Notes:||Michael Doheny (1805-1862) was writer and member of the Young Ireland movement, who participated in the 1848 Young Irelander Rebellion. He escaped to the United States of America where he practiced as a lawyer and joined the Fenian Brotherhood. |
Physical description: 1 vol. (168 pp., frontis., ports.).
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