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Irish Outlaws (?)

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ISBN: 9781155362700 (?) or 1155362705, in english, General Books LLC, General Books LLC, General Books LLC, New

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Gráinne Ní Mháille, Tiger Roche, Redmond O'hanlon, Rapparee, Éamonn an Chnoic, Captain Gallagher, Liam Deois, Galloping Hogan, Neesy O'haughan. Excerpt: Captain Gallagher (died 1818) was an Irish highwayman who, as one of the later Irish Rapparees , led a bandit group in the hills of the Irish countryside during the late 18th century. Born in Bonniconlon , County Mayo he lived with his aunt in Derryronane, Swinford for much of his early life and raised near the woods of Barnalyra. As he reached early adulthood, he and three or four others began raiding mail coaches as well as wealthy landowners and travelers throughout eastern Mayo and parts of southern County Sligo and western County Roscommon . His attacks on landowners were especially widely known and, in one reported incident, Gallagher and his men raided the home of an extremely unpopular landlord in Killasser and forced him to eat half a dozen eviction notices he had recently drawn up for nearly half a dozen tenant farmers before escaping with silver and other valuables. Although successfully evading British patrols for some time, he was finally apprehended by authorities in the parish of Coolcarney (or possibly Attymass ) near the foothills of the Ox Mountains while recovering from an illness at a friend's home during Christmas. He had been informed on by a neighbor whom Gallagher had formerly helped after sending a message of Gallagher's whereabouts to the British commanding officer at Foxford . Immediately sending for reinforcements from Ballina , Castlebar and Swinford , a force of 200 soldiers was sent after Gallagher and, upon their arrival, proceeded to surround the home where the highwayman had been staying. Gallagher, by then in poor health and not wishing to endanger his host
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-155-36270-5, 978-1-155-36270-0
9781155362700 - Books Llc: Irish Outlaws - Book
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Books Llc (?):

Irish Outlaws (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageNew book

ISBN: 9781155362700 (?) or 1155362705, in english, General Books LLC, General Books LLC, General Books LLC, New

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Gráinne Ní Mháille, Tiger Roche, Redmond O'hanlon, Rapparee, Éamonn an Chnoic, Captain Gallagher, Liam Deois, Galloping Hogan, Neesy O'haughan. Excerpt: Captain Gallagher (died 1818) was an Irish highwayman who, as one of the later Irish Rapparees, led a bandit group in the hills of the Irish countryside during the late 18th century. Born in Bonniconlon, County Mayo he lived with his aunt in Derryronane, Swinford for much of his early life and raised near the woods of Barnalyra. As he reached early adulthood, he and three or four others began raiding mail coaches as well as wealthy landowners and travelers throughout eastern Mayo and parts of southern County Sligo and western County Roscommon. His attacks on landowners were especially widely known and, in one reported incident, Gallagher and his men raided the home of an extremely unpopular landlord in Killasser and forced him to eat half a dozen eviction notices he had recently drawn up for nearly half a dozen tenant farmers before escaping with silver and other valuables. Although successfully evading British patrols for some time, he was finally apprehended by authorities in the parish of Coolcarney (or possibly Attymass ) near the foothills of the Ox Mountains while recovering from an illness at a friend's home during Christmas. He had been informed on by a neighbor whom Gallagher had formerly helped after sending a message of Gallagher's whereabouts to the British commanding officer at Foxford. Immediately sending for reinforcements from Ballina, Castlebar and Swinford, a force of 200 soldiers was sent after Gallagher and, upon their arrival, proceeded to surround the home where the highwayman had been staying. Gallagher, by then in poor health and not wishing to endanger his host
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Keywords: Irish-Outlaws Books-Llc
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-155-36270-5, 978-1-155-36270-0

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