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James Hope

(c. 1764—1846) United Irishman


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(?1765–1846),

weaver and revolutionary. Born in Templemore, Co. Antrim, he joined the United Irishmen in 1795, and took part in the Battle of Antrim in 1798. Escaping to Dublin, he ...

Subjects: Literature — European History.


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