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0000 0000 8385 4933
Name: 
Emmet, Robert
Emmett, Robert
Dates: 
1778-1803
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A member of the bar
Curran, John Philpot (1750-1817)
Grattan, Henry (1746-1820. [from old catalog])
Norbury, John Toler Earl of, 1745-1831
Northern Ireland. Public Record Office
Phillips, Charles (1787?-1859)
Russell, T. O'N.
Stephens, Alexander (1757-1821)
Waddell, Alfred M. (1834-1912)
Waddell, Alfred Moore (1834-1912)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
deeper silence: the hidden origins of the united irish movement, a
genuine speech of Robert Emmett, Esquire, who was tried and found guilty of high treason, on Monday, Sept. 29, 1803, before the Rt. Hon. Lord Norbury, &c., The
history of the late grand insurrection;, The
ireland and the french revolution
Irish eloquence, 1832:
Irish eloquence. The speches of the celebrated Irish orators, Philips, Curran and Grattan, to which is added the powerful appeal of Robert Emmett, at the close of his trial for high treason.
Irish eloquence. The speeches of the celebrated Irish orators, Philips, Curran and Grattan, to which is added the powerful appeal of Robert Emmett, at the close of his trial for high treason.
men of no property: irish radicals and popular politics in the late eighteenth century, the
noble speech of Robert Emmet, Esq., leader of the Irish insurrection, 1803, The
Reinterpreting Emmet, 2007:
remember emmet: images of the life and legacy of robert emmet
Robert Emmet : an address delivered before the Irish-American Societies of Washington, D.C. at Ford's Opera House, March 4th, 1878, (the Centennial Anniversary of Emmet's birth)
Robert Emmet : the insurrection of 1803
robert emmet: the making of a legend
Speech from the dock
speech of Robert Emmet, Esq., as delivered at the Sessions House, Dublin, before Lord Norbury, one of the Chief Justices, on being found guilty of high treason, as leader of the insurrection of 1803, The
Speech of Robert Emmet in the court-house, Dublin, after sentence of death being passed on him, September 19, 1803.
speeches of Charles Phillips, esquire, delivered at the bar and on various occasions, in Ireland and England., The
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