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or THE DIFFERENT

REBELLIONS IN IRELAND,

FROM THE

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH:

ALSO,

A Particular Detail Of That Which Broke

OUT THE XXIIID OF MAY, MDCCXCVIII;

WITH THE

HISTORY OF THE CONSPIRACY WHICH PRECEDED IT.

Bt Sir RICHARD MU S G R A V E, Bart.

MEMBER OF THE LATE IRISH PARLIAMENT. ■ glgglgl

IN TWO VOLUMES. ^
VOL. It ^

Tie danger of the day's but newly gone,
Whose memory is written on the earth, -
With yet-appearing blood I Shakspzake.

Hoc illud est precipue in cogoitione rerom falubre ac frugiferum,
am* te exempli docuruenta in Qlustri posita monumeuto, imueri, inde
K, tuxque republics, quod imitere capias: inde focdiiru inceptu,
exitn, quod tki

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Conspiracy in the county of Cork - Page 271

in the county of' Tipperary - - 280

Outrages by the defenders in the year 1795 - 285

State ofDublin in 1797 - - 289

The proclamation found in the house of Henry Sheares in

Dublin - - - 291

Papers found in lord Edward Fitzgerald's writing-box 294

Chapel burnt at Athy, affidavit thereon - 299

Massacre at Prosperous; affidavit thereon • 3°3

Assassination of Mrs. Dale near Athy - - 306

Documents relative to the conspiracy and rebellion in the

county of Wicklow - - - - 307

Documents relative to do. in the county ofWexford 322

. — relative to the burn burnt at Scullabogtte 400

Calendar of protestant prisoners it* the gaol of Wexford,

used by the bloody committee . . - 429

Description os the rebel camp near Wexford, on the moun-

tain os Forth - - r, - 444

A list of persons executed in the town of Wexford 447

Documents relative to the rebellion in Mayo and Sligo 452

A letter from a popish priest to an attorney in Dublin, com-

plaining of his bishop's conduct - - 455

The catechism of the united Irishmen V 456

The descent of J. N. Tandy, at Rutland 463

Dotlor Hussess pastoral letter - 467

The manner of attacking a large city, by lord Edward

Fitzgerald - - - 475

Observations on whipping and free quarters 478

■■ on the improvement of Ireland, by extend-

ing the benefts of the reformation therein 481

A justification for having published this work 510

Observations on the reply of doctor Caulfield, and the Wex-

ford priefs - - - - 528

Sufferings of the reverend Mr. Francis - 543

Observations on Mr. Gordon's history r 545

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