1 Some Chapters Oi Irish History Ciweflllg-A ltlucli 3
II Misunderstood Period. ' -
I By 10!! item. '
icopl-riltht. 1915. by Jens nsrorf)
Jollx BOYLE o'RElLLr.
The most remarkable man among the
I-‘vnlann in the lam II army u-ns D)‘
o o'rtcill.v. who
later becsmo editor or the Boston Pilot
a husaar that would have been the end
‘ we wont to the Royal Bsrrsciis on the
other side at the Liaey. The sentry at
t ate was a soldier or the Eighth
Foot-the Eighth King's. l belie u the)’
ulled it-and e s 2 me la smile pi
recognition. He nss s Felli n
:3" " ' ' W" I“ "“'""““ other member or the guard stepped up
one unit in Arbnr Hill lililitary "" ‘“" ""‘ I ""‘1""' "5 “"
. . some or the hays. i told him I vunted
,':':""' “M” “‘"“" "I" '" F"““" to had the picket or the Tenth Huslzrs.
Om“. - nd he directed me n ot - oso o
Y "“ "W" “ D'"“i" C‘5“‘- men on s l’-‘irth nrsgaon Guards wees
‘"3 ”“ ‘"9" ‘E “ " 3"“- 5”‘ stable duty and they would tell in
mi 5 ““““ D""9"""- '7“ -7"“ 23- 15“ where to go in tho harrscka ‘rare a
is named Wialklnlnn. ,Later
he learned shorthand and became s re<
porter on the nine WPEY‘.
in Preston he got his tirst taste or
soldierlns in a company ot znsiish vol.
untcers. Gains oscic to lroland in 1363
he enlisted in tho Tenth lluassrs. then
,s o nundsllt.
O'Rellly‘l career is so well knnwn to
iriihmen everywhere that it is hardly
to into details here. ex.
tar Eenlsnlam in the
army during tour eventtui months, trorn
october. 1565. to lrehrusrv. 1865.
was an d. his was tho centre
or the Tenth l-russars. '
He was s Fenian oetore he enlisted.
but the statement ads by James Jer-
(rey Each! in his ' 0 John Boyle
0'RellI!" that he joined the army tor
the DIIYDOIG DI IVYEHHIIJS the Mannin-
tlon anions the noldizre is an error. e
enlisted because. like many other young
irlshman. he iilte Ioldlering, and the
best nreot that he did not have such an
intention is found in tho rant that he
who mhra than two years
hetore he did any oor.. tor t e move
eat I ha en wurklllg for some
Ieelli an the regiment dare I even
It 0! xliunre. I n
acterislie of the time in my d re-
pl) 5 to and! Kelly 1 had lntormed
him that the Tlnih Hustle . than uni‘
the Sixtyoiirul and a
slxtlath miles were lying. and ever
II wall organized. These two har-
racks controlled the roads leading to
southwest Ind the Gl-ept southern
Richmond Barracks. ‘close
battalion or the
much account and 1 could mska
headway. This situation was speedily
changed alter l rriet o'Reil .
At colonel KeliY'l lodgings in (‘rranlv
ham street. one dsy l m
ment. I nouns veterinary surgeon tr
Droghcda named lar Eyrn
knew O'ReilI cll u d. on account oi’
family, and VI! "II man for the II
In til! regiment, in half in huur Byrna
airy kept in rcsdincrs tor emerg
It certnn olnil In Du lin
on our going into the state sv.
lg s drlnh and a chat. and we wont. He
s trsais. nluzly tsllew that
bad at hsvins to deceive him.
but military necenlty ruzoncileti us to
D'RelIl)’ from Drogheiia Ind he In It
unce chain where he III.
the stable llghtznlns his slddle [;ll1h5.
getting ready to mount and start oil to
the Vii:L-l'e:Ai Lodge with al despntch
lronl lr l-lu tr Rose. Comm or
the Forces in lreland to the Lord Lieu-
In 1850, when 0‘R.lIlly riled And my
then and which Roche CODIECI Into III:
hook. it said: I
"Byrne Iliad Just time In lntruducu us
pair or beautliul dark eyes that changed
in it emo-
e wore the full-dress dark blue
I-II praised D'RIlII)' to -
husaar naltorm, w
in; ilrrasx the breast. sad i
with its main
strall. (‘nit-hills under the lower Ilv." ‘
Elissa window In which he could he: the
IIIII reflection of himself and hi! hdrse
as he went by.
When I met him the next evening he
hold, daring character hi the man, 1
st onto reported tha ntlcr to colonel
Kelly. who sold that at that stage the
desvntrhes would hardly contain any-
Dortnnbmavements at troops were about
to be made he would null llimselt or
l)‘Rellly’s otter. h
iiisins had taken place at the time
orislnnlly named is hell we were
to tight. ha Ind all ills hcsi
Fenian: in the British army would have
been ready to answer til cal.
. raay quote again trom the article
in the Chicago Herald: “Fl-om‘ that
time till the toiiowlng Eehmary, whe
we ere th drrested w hri 2
day! at each other. I ll him Iln-lost
every day‘ en guard or Dlcket
s l s’-who
rniild go in and out or
to be sworn in, h
into two nrosncrtirn troops. obtained
possession or the lien or an unused
postern note. and had enrything may
to to e h ousted.
at a siren light.
and all his and
d ucriilnas were
thrown away through incompetent and
nerv-ole s lelderdhip."
in working out his plan tor taking
out his two troops u-rtsilly mod. n vary
‘ha’ young tellovs he a troop uvrjent
n uh.“ LIA it o'lleilly had remained
were present And III nil! nldier nlnleii
Che Saellc Omerri-txf
Penn attacked 0‘RnllI)' (or presumption.
asking him did he think "these Bin o
min" hadn't all at that kind at thing
thlt they ranted.
not. hut the veteran's supposition
Although 0'Reiily developed into I
it! in Americl.
isfterwnrds adopted-rmninly haunts the
organization in the army been
broken Lin-did not appeal to him at all.
ring the tour month
duty and spent a good or time with
nae. 0 Ida a! t gatherings where
work was don discussing plans These
lust enough to ssve themselves. There
were really only two deliberate lniorm.
ers among the soldiers. and neither or
them was a husoar;
V (Ta He Cantinuzd.)
BUFFALO IIIIEETS KUIID MEYER.
Eminent Authority on Irish Lah-
guage and Literature Speaks on
“Ancient Irilill Poetry” to
Large Audience at Emmet
Memorial Meeting and I: Give
Ovation. , '
manririah Alliance In 1 live and potent
Shea‘: Theatre. the ingest in the city.
was packed to the doors when Chairman
order. nnd the audience w reprer
sentativa one. with chairman Ryan on
tha plntfurm were Dr. Kllno Meyer. tha
sreht Germul Celtic ac olnr: Dr. Glu-
tnve A. Hltzel, President or the Germnnc
Amerltxtn Alliance; Joseph M. schiirerli.
Chnirmln oi the German Catholic Fed-
eration, and William P. 'iic9.wiey, man-
l eetlng a
the great German population or the city
was strongly represented in the audience.
The mu col Prosrlimm dm
ably presented by William liloalnncss,
e s G. Lynch, Ellzaheth cronyn.
Harngari I-‘froi-lain and Otto wick.
in the course of an eloquent address.
chnlrrnan Ryan said:
“Tlis opportunity now presented to us
is one ror which the lrlsh Nationalists
have heen wIitinS- A-hey have never
maintained that lrelsnd. unassisted.
was in a position to oligr armed resist.
ance to the British Empire. and iilelr
view has slwnys been that England's
didlculty is lreInnd's opportunity; all
no sooner did that opportunity present
liseit than tull ndvnntsse us thken
“It is well for u: to relrlerrlher that
tha plans of the Irish Xntionnlisls no
Identical with those pursued and can
ried to A successful conclusion by Wash-
install in tho War for American Inde<
t was that assistance. in the shape or
toget er with
Ind nmmu ion nsianifs ne 1.
thst enabled him to end at Yorktown
the last vestisc or English dolninutlo
in this country.
‘ a limo effartann hehalf of Ireland
were-made it little lat r by General
Theobald Wolto Tone, who secured It
slhtanca from .Ellrolid when
hrea military expeditions were sent to
irelsnd, A like In
met to those
at the irish Nutionnlista or tirdhy. in
lrelsnd today. there is a large and Irellc
friendly in thu Iriah people and in arm.
ynthy with Il'elInl‘I'l Iiplniionl lor
CLEVELAND IRISH ENJOY
PATRIGK'S DAY BANQUETS.
Judge, Farah, Speaking at Irish
Fellowship Glull, Hopes Eng-
land Will Lose-Five Hundred
Persona Attend A.0.H. Dinner.
to the United Stiles Ind tu lrelui-id ‘Hi
the theme of H28 speikarl It the St.
Patrick‘: Day banuuat ot the Irish Good-
reliowahlp Club,‘ attended by about 300
"Our. purpose and our
nrnyzr should be that the success in
this or. is not to her, Even now she
is terrorizing our people, she
rive our commerce or the
establish a merchant marine as a result
or this coniiict. '
t ua stand hsch nt our President.
it he should not have enough hnchhsne.
t backbone into him
Sec-retarr It ‘VH3 ngtnn oes not have
enough bacisioon-., let, us put him out
I! with Illckbnne. '
time, no our llrst duty is to our
country." . ,
common Pleas Judge Thomas M. Ken.
nedy was tonstmaauer. . ‘
hir. Mooney dwelt on the present con-
"England is not the mother country
or the United istates," he said. “Eu.
rope is our mother country. Far years
there has been '
rinse the citizens or this country that
they no blood brothers to the British.
e must he opposed to any allisnos
"We desire no alliance with the rob-
her nation or the w
steady thinker, hard worker. inventive
d England saw that
a. she resorted to her
’ trying by arm
oh G many at t enelits
almost s hundred years at steady,
Other speakers were ricv. Father T
lly conduct as s
orar homas E. Murphy or
To] do so he on "Irel ifs Natlaual
R. .1. Fitzgerald recited General
Halpin‘d "stamping out. . ken
uttered a stirring selection, and Jame
.i. n nson, whose ol-chastrs turniahed
music throughout the dinner, gave a
violin solo. ' '
John Walsh is president or the club.
Thomas 1-". Murphy in secretary, and M.
l crotty ls treasurer. The committee
in charge or the gutherirlg consisted or
P. B. ltussey, C. J. :ilnrrls,.i P ooney.
John Andrews, .iohn .1, Burke, Charles
H. Gagen. John 5. Council)‘, John J.
ll e on n
Hibernian: and the Women‘: Auxiliary
of the Order.
S(‘i’lu0I Teucher, slid City cle
P. suilivsu, Loyola lrliyn
rk R. E.
coilins told or the Irishman’: prowess
as a sold r. .
Other speakers were Rev. James Iii.
i-iullcr. curate or sit. Bridget‘: Church:
lirs. cathcrino Kalil-. Municipal court
was toastrnaator. . . was chair.
man or the committee on arrangements.
alional freedom. l reicr to Sir Roger
lecture which ior scholarship. thorough-
ness ot detail and intimate kne-ledge n
the subject has never been surpassed
Dr. lileyer traced ior his hearers the
‘A233 when Ireland “I! [I9 centre of
lesrning in the civilized world. and ill-
ustruled his talk with his own trendin-
tions rrom the ancient lrish poems. iti-
s dress w a memorable one
showed how thorough n master or the
subiect ha is. . .
Dr. Giiauve A. Hitzsi and Mr. Joseph
Zil. Schifierli. spdshlns on
their respective organizations, welcomed
tho slilanco ot the man and German
people Ind hailed it would long con-
‘ pointed to tilt undoubted
illh lr:Ilnd'l Hsht (or Irecdorn.
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tempts ii-ish leaders.
A POWERFUL APPEAL FOR JUSTICE T0 GERMAI,
rnran El-llciency and chew,”
The Gerri-inns in the United stat
-What Germany could do (or lr
Sir Roger Casement‘: nil:
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England is lengthening the American bi
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British ships have ialten hwhy in.
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At Neiirality Meeting He De-
mamls That the Shipment of
uni one of War to Europe Be
Proliillilerl-Censuses the Ad-
ministration in Washington.
NEW BRITAIN. Conrl., March 22?
:1 the lvl-ass all over the
his aiidreas yesterday alter-
noon at Fox’: Theatre under i
lines or the respective papers which he
attacked. were tinned upon the screen.
The words “invntiers" and "ioes" as an-
hlicd to the German: by these papers
with at length and were
much criticized hy him. ,
Tile exngserntlon or the reports
League," to send protests to the paper
who violate the truth in their columns.
violating it liimselt whrn he allowed
munltons or war in be ex-
ported rrom this country to the Allies.
s eh he should have placed sn omirarso
on them. was done i the r se or
luilons were adopted which will he :9...
to President Wilson, protesting
that his proclamation or Neutral y has
ons or vrnr s d
that our dis-nlty as a nation should he
A large crowd attended the meeting
wliilarn r. Kiiuwley read the molar.-
ilaa oi rrlnciples. which e-ss sd..,.i..l
and the house was tlxed to capacity.
captain c. H. Benton presided, Musical
District No. 3
I trial of am’
an to xou
selections were rendertd by l>rore.so,-
.vores. the Fox drnnill.
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