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NO. XIII. Arrêté Motivé,

NO. XIV.

XIV. Interrogatories,

NO. XV.

NO. Passport from Paris to Ha

407

413

Matilda Tone,

ibid. FACTS, IN CONTINUATION OF THE APPENDIX, 417 Tests and signs of the Orangemen,

ibid. Declarations ånd Tests of United Irishmen,

419 Extracts from Lord Moira's Speech,

420 Committee of Elders,

425 The words of Lord Edward Fitzgerald,

426 Moll Doyle,

427 Proclamation of a Rebel General,

428 Dying Declaration of William Orr,

429 Protestant Fanatacism,

431 Sacrilege,

432 General Murphey,

ibid. Irish Law,

433 Mr. Walter Devereaux, Michael Egan,

434 Bloody Executions at Wexford,

436 Cannibal,

438 Bloody Parson,

440 Walking Gallows,

441 Tom the Devil,

443 Bloody Friday,

445 Female Wretchedness,

446 Mary Smith,

ibid. Female Chastity,

447

ibid.

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MEMO

LETTER I.

Treason-Carlisle Gaol-Bridervell.

AT length my friend, I take up my pen to comply with your desire, and to give you the history of my extraordinary persecution. From it

you may form a judgment of that system of government which drove the unhappy people of Ireland to revolt. But, to judge rightly, you should also be aware, that of many thousand such cases, mine is

one

of the most mild. Before any open violence was attempted against

I had been often distantly threatened, and indirectly insulted: And particularly on the 12th of February, 1798, I was charged with high treason, by an alderman of Dublin, then colonel of a volunteer corps, without any other pretext than my having gone to confer with the high sheriff on behalf of a

А.

me,

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