#OTD in Irish History – 13 January:

1695 – Jonathan Swift was ordained as a priest in the Church of Ireland. 1702 – Birth of Thomas Arthur Lally in Romans, France. He was a French General of Irish Jacobite ancestry. Lally commanded French forces, including two battalions of his own red-coated Regiment of Lally of the Irish Brigade, in India during the […]

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#OTD in Irish History – 13 January:

1695 – Jonathan Swift was ordained as a priest in the Church of Ireland. 1702 – Birth of Thomas Arthur Lally in Romans, France. He was a French General of Irish Jacobite ancestry. Lally commanded French forces, including two battalions of his own red-coated Regiment of Lally of the Irish Brigade, in India during the […]

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Today in Irish History – 13 January:

1695 – Jonathan Swift was ordained as a priest in the Church of Ireland. 1702 – Birth of Thomas Arthur Lally in Romans, France. He was a French General of Irish Jacobite ancestry. Lally commanded French forces, including two battalions of his own red-coated Regiment of Lally of the Irish Brigade, in India during the […]

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Today in Irish History – 13 January:

1695 – Jonathan Swift becomes Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin. 1800 – Daniel O’Connell makes his first public speech, opposing Union with England. 1880 – Alexander Brenon, film director, is born in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin. 1915 – Roger Casement at Limburg, Germany. Again he writes to Count Georg von Wedel, telling him that […]

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