#OTD in Irish History – 14 March:

1705 – An English act permits direct export of Irish linen to American colonies. 1732 – Birth of Sackville Hamilton, politician and civil servant. 1738 – John Beresford, unionist politician, is born in Cork. 1748 – Death of Field Marshal George Wade was a British Army officer who served in the Nine Years’ War, War […]

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#OTD in Irish History – 14 March:

1705 – An English act permits direct export of Irish linen to American colonies. 1732 – Birth of Sackville Hamilton, politician and civil servant. 1738 – John Beresford, unionist politician, is born in Cork. 1748 – Death of Field Marshal George Wade was a British Army officer who served in the Nine Years’ War, War […]

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#OTD in Irish History – 14 March:

1705 – An English act permits direct export of Irish linen to American colonies. 1732 – Birth of Sackville Hamilton, politician and civil servant. 1738 – John Beresford, unionist politician, is born in Cork. 1822 – Richard Boyle, civil engineer, is born in Dublin. 1894 – William Earle ‘Moley’ Molesworth, WWI Ace, is born. 1902 […]

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Today in Irish History – 14 March:

1705 – An English act permits direct export of Irish linen to American colonies. 1732 – Birth of Sackville Hamilton, politician and civil servant. 1738 – John Beresford, unionist politician, is born in Cork. 1822 – Richard Boyle, civil engineer, is born in Dublin. 1894 – William Earle ‘Moley’ Molesworth, WWI Ace, is born. 1902 […]

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Today in Irish History – 14 March:

1705 – An English act permits direct export of Irish linen to American colonies. 1732 – Birth of Sackville Hamilton, politician and civil servant. 1738 – John Beresford, unionist politician, is born in Cork. 1822 – Richard Boyle, civil engineer, is born in Dublin. 1894 – William Earle ‘Moley’ Molesworth, WWI Ace, is born. 1902 […]

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