A genuine history of the lives and actions of the most notorious Irish highwaymen, Tories and Rapparees

from Redmond O"Hanlon, the famous gentleman-robber, to Cahier na Gappul, the great horse-catcher, who was executed at Maryborough, in August, 1735. : To which is added, The gold-finder: or, The history of Manus Mac Oneil, who under the appearance of a stupid, ignorant country fellow, (on the bog of Allen, by the help of his man Andrew) played the most notorious cheats, and remarkable tricks on the people of Ireland, that ever was known. : Also, the remarkable life of Gilder Roy, a murderer, ravisher, incendiary and highwayman, with several others, not in any former edition. by J. Cosgrave

Publisher: Printed and sold by Bonsal & Niles. in Wilmington [Del.]

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Gilder, Roy, -- 1624?-1658.,
  • Brigands and robbers -- Ireland.,
  • Criminals -- Ireland.,
  • Murder -- Ireland.,
  • Executions and executioners -- Ireland.,
  • Ireland -- Biography.

Edition Notes

StatementBy J. Cosgrave.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 35355.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, [1], 6-140 p.
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14560615M

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