5 edition of The sites of the 1798 rising in Antrim and Down found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||DA949 .W55 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||98120425|
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Get this from a library. The sites of the rising in Antrim and Down. [Bill Wilsdon]. The Sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down (Blackstaff Guides) [Bill Wilsdon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A guide to the battlegrounds, graveyards, buildings, and other significant sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down.
The Irish Rebellion of (Irish: Éirí Amach ) was an uprising against British rule in United Irishmen, a republican revolutionary group influenced by the ideas of the American and French revolutions, were the main organising force behind the rebellion, led by Presbyterians angry at being shut out of power by the Anglican establishment and joined by Location: Ireland.
This is a pocket guide to the sites associated with the United Irishmen Rising in Antrim and Down. Passionately egalitarian and fired by the ideals of the French Revolution, the rebels were no match for the military strength of the establishment and were soon defeated.5/5(1).
The Sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down (Blackstaff Guides) by Bill Wilsdon () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down (Blackstaff Guides) by Bill Wilsdon ()5/5(1).
An eloquent account of the savage British suppression of the rising of the Society of United Irishmen in Northern Ireland. Inspired by the American and French revolutions, the rising against British rule was brought about by a rare coalition of Irish Catholics and Protestants.
Rising in north Antrim. 20 November, Protestant Home rule tradition in the area down to the 20th century. The Ballymoney Presbyterian minister. The story of the seven days, from 6 Junewhen a coalition of idealistic Presbyterians and Catholics challenged the might of the Anglican establishment in Antrim and Down.
It draws on contemporary diaries, letters and reports to present a history of the United Irishmen rising in /5(9). The story of the seven days, from 6 Junewhen a coalition of idealistic Presbyterians and Catholics challenged the might of the Anglican establishment in Antrim and Down.
It draws on contemporary diaries, letters and reports to present a history of the United Irishmen rising in the North/5. The Rising The Society of United Irishmen was founded in Belfast in Its inspiration was a young Dublin lawyer, Theobald Wolfe Tone, who was invited to Ulster after publishing a pamphlet entitled "An argument on behalf of the Catholics of Ireland".
Northern Presbyterians also suffered from religious discrimination, though less severely, and had absorbed republican. The Sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down, by Bill Wilsdon (Blackstaff Press, £ in UK), is a pocket-sized guidebook to the historical sites in Counties Antrim and Down associated with.
The Mighty Wave; the Rebellion in Wexford by Daire Keogh and Nicholas Furlong (eds) (Dublin, Four Courts Press, ) The Summer Soldiers: the Rebellion in Antrim and Down by A T Q.
The united Irish crest. An overview of the insurrection ofby John Dorney. The rebellion was an insurrection launched by the United Irishmen, an underground republican society, aimed at overthrowing the Kingdom of Ireland, severing the connection with Great Britain and establishing an Irish Republic based on the principles of the French Revolution.
Book of Antrim years ago: a guide and directory Originally published: as The book of Antrim. Bill. – The sites of the rising in Antrim and Down / Bill Wilsdon.
– Belfast: Blackstaff, – (Blackstaff guides). Woodman, P. C., Peter C. – Excavations at Bay Farm 1, Carnlough, Co. Antrim, and the study. The Summer Soldiers: the Rebellion in Antrim and Down (Belfast:Blackstaff Press, ).Wilsdon, Bill, The Sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down (Belfast: The BlackstaffPress, ).Northern Star, ; Archives: The Belfast Central Library and The Linen HallLibrary.
The Battle of Antrim was fought on 7 Junein County Antrim, Ireland during the Irish Rebellion of between British troops and Irish insurgents led by Henry Joy British won the battle, beating off a rebel attack on Antrim town following the arrival of reinforcements but the county governor, John O'Neill, 1st Viscount O'Neill, was fatally on: Antrim, County Antrim.
The Sites of the Rising in Antrim and Down, Bill Wilson (Blackstaff Press, £). Dublin in Three Illustrated Walks, Denis Carroll (South Hill Communications, £3). Here’s Their Memory, Richard Roche (Wexford National Graves Association, £5). The Trial of Billy Byrne of Ballymanus (Dee-Jay Publications, £).
The origins of the rebellion in Ulster Two of the main influences on the people who supported the rebellion in Ulster were the War of Independence in America and the French revolution.
For example, in Ballymoney, Co Antrim: The first efforts of the people in America in support of their rights were hailed with joy and gladness in Ireland. Continued Presbyterian Resistance in the Aftermath of the Rebellion of in Antrim and Down James G.
Patterson * Historians have traditionally considered the nonsectarian republicanism of the United Irish movement in the north of Ireland to have died a sudden death in the wake of the crushing defeat of the rebel armies of Antrim and Down in.
in the North Published in 18th–19th - Century History, Features, Issue 2 (Summer ), The United Irishmen, Volume 6. On 26 Maythe very day on which rebellion erupted in Wexford, a despondent Wolfe Tone offered to serve Bonaparte in India.
He had just heard the rumour that the Toulon fleet was bound for the East and not for England. A Brief History of County Antrim, Northern Ireland From Wikipedia At what date the county of Antrim was formed is not known, but it appears that a certain district bore this name before the reign of Edward II (early 14th century), and when the shiring of Ulster was undertaken by Sir John Perrot in the 16th century, Antrim and Down were already.To mark the th anniversary of the Rebellion, RTE Radio 1 commissioned 13 historians to provide their insights into the rising.
These lectures set Ireland in the context of Revolutionary Europe and trace the development of the United Irishman's political cultural philosophy.That latter of these fruitless expeditions was in In the meantime the Directory of the United Irishmen had been maturing its plans.
In the whole country had been placed under Martial Law, and troops were moved into the country; nevertheless they made arrangements for a national rising for the following year.