Bagenal Harvey

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Cath Ros Mhic Thriúin, le George Cruikshank ( 1792-1878.)

Dlíodóir ab ea Beauchamp Bagenal Harvey, as caisleán Bargy, i gContae Loch Garman, a bhí ina bhall de na hÉireannaigh Aontaithe.

Saol[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

Bhí Harvey, in aois 36, i gceannas ar na sluaite ag Cath Ros Mhic Thriúin ar an 5ú lá de mí Meitheamh 1798. Tubaiste mór ba ea an cath sin do na Gaeil, agus cuireadh isteach go mór air nuair a maraíodh céad díliseoirí i ndiaidh na chatha. Chaill Harvey smacht ar an slua.

Cúpla lá ina dhiaidh sin tháinig an tAthair Philip de Róiste i gceannas ina áit.

Rinne Harvey iarracht éalú chun na Fraince, in éineacht le John Henry Colclough, . Bhí siad i bhfolach in uaimh in Oileáin na Sailtí sular gabhadh iad.[1]

Bású[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

Cuireadh triail ar Chornelius Grogan agus ar Bhagenal Harvey i mbaile Loch Garman ar an 27 Meitheamh. Daoradh chun báis iad an lá dar gcionn agus cuireadh iad chun bhás go díreach ar 28ú lá d'Iúil i 1798. Crochadh iad as droichead agus baineadh an cloigeann de na fir.

Tagairtí[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  1. Charles Jackson (of Wexford.) (1799). "A Narrative of the Sufferings and Escape of Charles Jackson: ... Including an Account by Way of Journal, of Several Barbarous Atrocities Committed in June, 1798, by the Irish Rebels ... to the Greater Part of which He was an Eye-witness" (in en). James Bateson; sold by the author, and John Streets; J. Wright, and J. Hatchard; F. & C. Rivington; Hooper & Wigstead; J. Martin; also by J. Abel, Northampton; and J Skirrow, Lancaster.