A Personal Narrative of those transactions in Co. Wexford in which
the author was engaged ... 1798 ... to which is added an account of the
authors trial by Court Martial (Dublin: Jas. McMullan 1832).
Characterised by Robert Key as Vivid members published thirty years
later of an articulate rebel drawn into the rising in Wexford (The
Green Flag, 1972; Sel. Bibl., p.823), and quoted for his account of
the Battle of New Ross, in which he led 500 men: two confused masses
of men, struggling alternately to drive the other back by force alone
A Personal Narrative of Those Transactions in the County Wexford, in which
the author was engaged, during the awful period of 1798. Interspersed
with brief notices of the principal actors in that ill-fated, but evermemorable
struggle, with reflections, moral, political and historical. To which
is added, An Appendix, containing a full and interesting report of the
authors Trial by Courtmartial. Dublin by James MMullen, 1832.
Pages xiii, v (list of subscribers), [ii], 276 [De Burca Catalogue 44,
1997; £450; prev. listed by this bookseller at £175.]