'The Irish Yeomanry and the 1798 Rebellion'

Allan Blackstock

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Abstract

    This chapter argues that the counter-revolutionary role of the Irish Yeomanry in 1798 cannot be fully understood by a top-down approach which concentrates on governmental and military policy. Rather the yeomanry was essentially shaped by local dynamics in the years before the outbeak of rebellion in 1798.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publication1798: a Bicentenary Perspective
    EditorsThomas Bartlett, David Dickson, Daire Keogh, Kevin Whelan
    Pages331-344
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2003

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    Top-down
    Revolution
    Rebellion
    Military

    Keywords

    • Irish Yeomanry
    • Loyalism
    • United Irishmen
    • 1798 Rebellion

    Cite this

    Blackstock, A. (2003). 'The Irish Yeomanry and the 1798 Rebellion'. In T. Bartlett, D. Dickson, D. Keogh, & K. Whelan (Eds.), 1798: a Bicentenary Perspective (pp. 331-344)
    Blackstock, Allan. / 'The Irish Yeomanry and the 1798 Rebellion'. 1798: a Bicentenary Perspective. editor / Thomas Bartlett ; David Dickson ; Daire Keogh ; Kevin Whelan. 2003. pp. 331-344
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