The Resource 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

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

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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
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The last speech and dying words of Martin M'Loughlin,
Title remainder
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
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eng
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CUD
Citation location within source
NM79098
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NUC pre-1956
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-1798
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McLoughlin, Martin
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non fiction
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  • McLoughlin, Martin
  • French Expedition to Ireland, 1796-1797
  • Ireland
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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
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1 online resource (16 pages)
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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
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https://archive.org/details/lastspeechdyingw00mclo
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1 online resource (16 pages)
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online
Specific material designation
remote

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