Irish militia, 1793-1816

a social and military study.
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Great Britain. Army -- Militia., Ireland -- History -- 1760-

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Paginationvii, 337 p.
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The Irish Militia A Social And Military Study. Dublin: Clonmore, First Edition. Pp vii, Cloth boards, title lettered in gilt to spine, in publisher's plain glassine dust jacket. Neat bookshop ink stamp to front Irish militia, otherwise a fine copy.

Frontispiece portrait plate. The Irish militia, ; a social and military study. Author: Henry William Watson McAnally, Sir. Publisher: Dublin, Clonmore and Reynolds [] Edition/Format: Print book: English View all editions and formats.

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Hopefully, someone will tackle the history of the Irish Militia from to in a like manner to this excellent book', Bob Wyatt, The Bulletin of the Military Historical Society (February ). ‘In The Irish Militia, retired British officer Ivan Nelson takes a look at the Irish contribution to home defense during the Revolutionary Wars.

This is the story of the Irish militia in the first period of its existence, the turbulent era of the French revolutionary wars from to The Irish militia has been much criticized, and its reputation has been much maligned, but there has been little Irish militia research into the force, which is redressed by this account.

This book covers the organization, composition and embodiment of the militia, as well. Search our Books Browse Authors. This is the story of the Irish militia in the first period of its existence, the turbulent era of the French revolutionary wars from to The Irish militia has been much criticized, and its reputation has been much maligned, but there has been little sustained Reviews: 2.

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Restoring a military perspective to the Irish Militia riots of - Volume 33 Issue - Ivan F. Nelson Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience 1793-1816 book our websites.

The State of Ireland in was most disturbed, midnight marauding to obtain arms, and local risings etc., openly usurped the freedom of the Government, whilst in the outbreak of war with France and the Country stripped of regular soldiers though in Irish militia state of rebellion, brought about a reorganization of the Irish Militia to stop the tide of anarchy.

The Forgotten Army: Fencible Regiments of Great Britain - By Ron McGuigan. On 1 February, Great Britain was once again at war.

The declaration of war by the French Republic caught Great Britain at a disadvantage as it had both disbanded most of the newly raised regular regiments of after that conflict had ended and reduced its own peacetime establishment to. Get this from a library. The Irish Militia, A social and military study.

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The Militia Act was passed in order to meet the threat of widespread Defender activity and unrest in Ireland and France.

It resulted in the raising of the Irish militia, as an infantry force. Thirty-eight different regiments and battalions were formed in Ireland and each corps was allocated a numerical prefix in order of precedence as.

The Royal Irish Fusiliers, London, New York, Oxford University Press, pp. ,; Hay, G. Col. An Epitomised History of the Militia (The 'Constitutional Force') together with the origin, periods of embodied service, and special services (including South Africa ) of militia units existing October 31 Burke LL.D., with a transcript of the Minute Book of the Debating “Club” founded by him in Trinity College Dublin, by the late Arthur P.

Samuels M.A., etc, Cambridge at the University Pressvg in the original green cloth. (1 24) The Irish Militia – a social and military study by Sir Henry MacAnally, Clonmore &. Records of the Monaghan Militia The 1st or Monaghan Regiment of Militia, was formed and enrolled in the Year Colonel John Montgomery of Ballyleck, near the town of Monaghan, was appointed Head Colonel of the Regiment by the then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (the Earl of Westmoreland), being a loyal and popular man in the County.

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The Irish Militia A Social and Military Study. Dublin. Clonmore & Reynolds. First. p.p Fine oval colour frontis of soldier. II - Familiar phrases and dialogues.

III - Extracts from Irish books, and manuscripts, in the original character. Three parts in one. With copious tables of the contractions. List of subscribers. The Forgotten Army: Fencible Regiments of Great Britain - Bibliography.

By Ron McGuigan Barnes, Major R. Sir Henry McAnally, The Irish Militia () Gibson and Medlycott, Militia Lists and Musters () William Spencer, The PRO Readers guide No.3 Records of Militia and Volunteer Forces (). The Irish Militia –D. ; Barry (Comm. Gen. Tom) Guerilla Days in Ireland, D.

all First Edns. in cloth. (3) Tel: + (0)56 Email: [email protected] The book deals not only with military matters, including recruiting, training, equipping, and, naturally, field service, but also delves into complex and contentious political, social, and religious issues involved in raising a force with Catholic enlisted men and Protestant officers, in a period that culminated in the United Irishmen Febellion and French invasion ofduring which militiamen performed unevenly.

THE IRISH MILITIA, ; A SOCIAL AND MILITARY STUDY by Henry McAnally (pp. from small book Lord Howe's Victory over the French to which is added The Gallant Limerick Militia, published in Limerick,by W.

Goggin. The Irish Militia – A Social and Military Study By Sir Henry McAnally P posted by spudshow @ AM 0 comments. This is the story of the Irish militia in the first period of its existence, the turbulent era of the French revolutionary wars from to The Irish militia has been much criticized, and its reputation has been much maligned, but there has been little sustained.

This most excellent book is a magnificently written and researched story of the Irish militia in the first period of its existence, the turbulent era of the French revolutionary wars from to It is certainly of interest to scholars, students and afficianados of history as well as those who have read Bernard Cornwell's "Sharpe"series of books written about the same time frame and which Reviews: 2.

For the background, cf. Sir McAnally, Henry, The Irish militia – (Dublin, ), pp. 1 – 13; for the willingness of protestants to enrol, if not to serve, see McAnally, ‘ The militia array of in Ireland ’, The Irish Sword, 1 ( – ), 94 – The Irish Rebellion of (Irish: Éirí Amach ; Ulster-Scots: The Hurries) was an uprising against British rule in United Irishmen, a republican revolutionary group influenced by the ideas of the American and French revolutions, were the main organising force behind the rebellion, led by Presbyterians angry at being shut out of power by the Anglican establishment and joined.

"List of the Kerry militia of ", pp. Section on Kerry Militia in [Pielou, ]. "Notes on the Volunteers, Militia, Yeomanry and Fencibles of Kerry", Padraig O Snodaigh, in Journal of the KAHS no.4, Irish militia.

The Irish MilitiaSir Henry McAnally, Ir m Munster Volunteer Registry,   The Irish Militia, by Ivan V. Nelson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Home. Irish militia. The Parliament of Ireland passed an act in raising regiments of militia in each county and county corporate. Membership was restricted to Protestants between the ages of sixteen and sixty.

Induring the Napoleonic Wars, the Irish militia were reorganized to form thirty-seven county and city regiments. While officers of. Sir Henry McAnally, The Irish Militia () Gibson and Medlycott, Militia Lists and Musters () William Spencer, The PRO Readers guide No.3 Records of Militia and Volunteer Forces () R.G.

Harris, The Irish Regiments () Sir Henry McAnally "The Irish Militia Oliver Snoddy, ‘Notes on the Volunteers, Militia, Yeomanry, Orangemen, and Fencibles of Co. Limerick’, Irish Sword p Sir Henry William Mc Anally, The Irish Militia A Social and Military Study (Dublin, ) P10 LIMERICK COUNTY MILITIA.

Account Books and Volunteer lists (). The Irish Militia Officer () [Thomas Acres Ogle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks.The Irish Militia was stood down after the Treaty of Amiens of 25 March However, the so-called Peace of Amiens was short lived and ended on 18 May Once again the Militia was embodied and remained so until and the end of the Napoleonic Wars.

This proved to be another brief interval. With Napoleon’s escape from Elba and arrival.This is the story of the Irish militia in the first period of its existence, the turbulent era of the French revolutionary wars from to The Irish militia has been much criticized, and its reputation has been much maligned, but there has been little sustained research into the force, which is redressed by this account.

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