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by Daire Keogh,Nicholas Furlong

eBook The Mighty Wave: The 1798 Rebellion in Wexford download ISBN: 1851822542
Author: Daire Keogh,Nicholas Furlong
Publisher: Four Courts Press (April 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 187
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Category: History
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The evening was held in Castlebridge Community Centre shortly before the launch of one of Mr. Furlong's bestselling books 'Fr.

The evening was held in Castlebridge Community Centre shortly before the launch of one of Mr. John Murphy of Boolavogue 1753-1798'. Filmed by Shay Shang.

a b c d Reinterpreting the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford – Kevin Whelan, . 8 in The Mighty Wave- The 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford (1996). ISBN 1-85182-253-4 (Eds. Keogh & Furlong). a b MacLaren, Archibald. A minute description of the battles of Gorey, Arklow, and Vinegar-Hill, tegether with the movements of the army through Wicklow-Mountains, in quest of the rebels, who were supposed to have been encamped at the seven churches. The Mighty Wave: The 1798 Rebellion in Wexford. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1996.

Nicholas Furlong specializes in the history of Wexford and is the author of Fr John Murphy of Boolavogue 1753-1798 among other works.

Keogh, Daire; Furlong, Nicholas.

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The Mighty Wave; the 1798 Rebellion in Wexford by Daire Keogh and Nicholas Furlong (eds) (Dublin . The Summer Soldiers: the 1798 Rebellion in Antrim and Down by A T Q Stewart (Belfast, Blackstaff Press, 1995).

The Mighty Wave; the 1798 Rebellion in Wexford by Daire Keogh and Nicholas Furlong (eds) (Dublin, Four Courts Press, 1996).

The mighty wave: the 1798 rebellion in Wexford. Pp 208. Dublin: Four Courts Press. The people’s rising: Wexford, 1798. Pp xv, 367, maps, illus.

Whelan, ‘Re-interpreting the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford’ in D. Keogh and N. Furlong (eds), The mighty wave: the 1798 rebellion in Wexford (Dublin, 1996) p. 3. oogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Andrews S. (2006) 1798: Bicentennial Verdict. Palgrave Macmillan, London. 1057/9780230800571 1.

Reinterpreting the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford – Kevin Whelan, . 8 in The Mighty Wave- The 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford (1996) ISBN 1-85182-253-4 (Ed. 8 in The Mighty Wave- The 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford (1996) ISBN 1-85182-253-4 (Eds. Keogh & Furlong. . 21 The Green Flag: A History of Irish Nationalism, Robert Kee (London 1972) ISBN 0-297-17987-X. The British military journal. London, UK, (1799–1801).

Kevin Dawson and Dáire Keogh, Rebellion: A television history of.

Kevin Dawson and Dáire Keogh, Rebellion: A television history of  (Dublin, ) - (e., Protestant women’s narratives of the Irish Rebellion of  (Dublin, ). Beckett, J C, ‘Anglo-Irish constitutional relations in the later eighteenth century’, in . The battle of Oulart Hill: Context and strategy’, in Keogh and Furlong, The mighty wave

Nicholas Furlong’s first book about Dermot MacMurrough, titled . Read how Nicholas Furlong unravels the tangled skein. With Dr. Daire Keogh. Four Courts Press 1996 ).

Nicholas Furlong’s first book about Dermot MacMurrough, titled Dermot-King of Leinster and the Foreigners was published in 1973. He updated and incorporated new material on the life and times of the notorious but seriously misunderstood king in Diarmait King of Leinster published in 2006. This is a splendid book; it would be impossible to overpraise it. In addition to giving us an entirely new analysis of Dermot MacMurrough, the author straightens out with deft touches here and there, the record of a momentous period.