The tryal of William Byrne, of Ballymanus county of Wicklow, Esq. On charges of being a principal leader in the late rebellion, and concerned in several murders in the same; held before a military tribunal at Wicklow, by order of Major General Eustace, on Monday the 24th of June, and continued by adjournment to the 2d of July, 1799, with the prisoners defence, the judgement of the court. - Sentence, &c. with his Excellency the Lord Lieutenants decision thereon. To which is added a copy of a memorial on behalf of the prisoner, laid before his Excellency, and by him transmitted to the Commanding Officer at Wicklow, for his report together with his Answer thereto.

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Online Access:Electronic book from Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Main Author: Byrne, William, 1775-1799.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published:Dublin : printed by William M'Kenzie, No. 33. College-Green, [1799?]