battle of Arklow

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Despite the repulse at New Ross on 5 June 1798 the Wexford rebels remained dangerous. They had captured Gorey, and threatened Arklow. But the government reinforced the small garrison at Arklow and when the rebels attacked on 9 June, they were driven back, largely by artillery.

Subjects: British History.

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