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Repeal and Revolution1848 in Ireland$

Christine Kinealy

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780719065163

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719065163.001.0001

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(p.296) Appendix: The Council of the Irish Confederation

(p.296) Appendix: The Council of the Irish Confederation

Repeal and Revolution
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The council consisted of:

William Smith O’Brien M.P.; John Shea Lalor, J.P., Gurteenroe; John B. Dillon, barrister; Francis Comyn, J.P., Woodstock; Robert Orr, Bray Lodge; John Mitchel; Luke Shea, J.P., The Rennies, County Cork; Robert Cane, M.D., J.P., Kilkenny; Charles Gavan Duffy, barrister; James Haughton, merchant; Richard O’Gorman, sen., merchant; Denny Lane, barrister, Cork; Edward F. Murray, C.E., London; Thomas F. Meagher, Waterford; John Martin, Loughorne; M.J. Barry, barrister; George Smith, Liverpool; P. Brady, T.C., Cork; Richard O’Gorman, jun., barrister; James Cantwell; Joseph Duffy, M.D., Finglas; T.B. MacManus, Liverpool; Michael Crean; Michael R. O’Farrell, barrister; Martin MacDermott, architect; C.H. West, M.D.; James Keely; Isaac S. Varian, Cork; D.F. McCarthy, barrister; P. J. Smyth, Kilmainham; Charles Taffe, barrister; T. Devin Reilly; T.D. McGee; Patrick O’Donohoe; J. Gilligan, late Inspector of Dublin Repeal Wardens; and Nicholas Harding.

From Duffy, Four Years of Irish History, p. 406.