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Thomas Muir 1793
Michael Dwyer United Irishmen’s Revolution 1798
General Joseph Holt United Irish Revolution 1798
Battle of Vinegar Hill, Sydney
Swing Riots 1830
Tolpuddle Martyrs 1834
Mass campaign for pardons
Linus Miller US Patriot ‘Hunters’ 1839
Moral vs Physical Force
Charists transportee John Frost
William Cuffay Union leader
Young Irelanders 1848
John Boyle O’Reilly 1867
Muir in Paris
1848 Young Ireland Revolution
Thomas Meagher 1848
John Mitchel 1848
William Smith O’Brien 1848
Mary Kelly aka ‘Eva’ of the Nation
Jane Elgee aka ‘Spernanza’
Brigadier General Meagher
Eureka Stockade, Swearing Alliegance to the Southern Cross
Joseph Gerrald Thomas Muir 1793 Thomas Muir Michael Dwyer United Irishmen’s Revolution 1798.
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