An account of the late insurrection in Ireland; in which is laid open the secret correspondence between the United Irish and the French Government through Lord Edward Fitzgerald, Mr. Arthur O'Connor, James Quigley, and others. Together with a short history of the principal battles between the King's forces and the insurgents with observations on the confessions of the chiefs and on their connection with certain societies in Great Britain. Read and then judge. / This account is chiefly taken from the Reports of the Secret Committees of the Irish Parliament, and other authentic papers.
XM DA948.4.A2 1799 32 p. ; 20 cm Eighth edition. At head of title: Just published. "Price Twopence, or 9s. per 100. -5s. for 50 - 3s. for 25." Winged angel with scythe carrying scroll with "Finis" as the tailpiece.
London : J. Evans