A Millstreet Miscellany (10)

2014-05-23 A Millstreet Miscellany (10)The latest from the Aubane Historical Society is ‘Millstreet Miscellany (10)’ with articles on:

  • Father Mathew’s visit to Millstreet in 1846
  • an eye witness report on  ‘Black ’47’ in Millstreet,
  • Bishop Milner’s comments on passing through in 1808,
  • the coming of the railway in 1852,
  • The Lime-Kiln Fusiliers” by Bill Cody,
  • the Easter Sunday Commemoration in Millstreet 2014  by Jack Lane,
  • Lord Inchiquin’s talk on the unveiling of the Monument to King Mahon,
  • correspondence from inside Frongoch Internment Camp  by Domhnall Ua Buachalla, the last Governor General,
  • an  Internment order for some Millstreet Volunteers to be sent to Spike Island in 1921 by General Strickland, and
  • election literature from the 1957 general election.

It is available from Wordsworth in the Square, Millstreet at 10 Euro.

See much more at the Aubane Historical Society website: aubanehistoricalsociety.org

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