Today in Irish History – 14th June:

1690 – William of Orange lands at Carrickfergus. 1699 – The second session of the second Irish parliament of William III is dissolved on this date. 1798 – United Irishmen Rebellion: Government reinforcements begin to march from Cork and the midlands; Rebels send small detachment to Mountpleasant, in Co Wicklow. In Ulster, the Rebels disperse. […]

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