Andrew Bryson's Ordeal: An Epilogue to the 1798 Rebellion
Andrew Bryson was punished for his part in the 1798 Irish rebellion by compulsory enlistment in the regular army. In a long and reflective letter to his sister, written in 1801 after his escape to New York, Bryson provides a vivid chronicle of his enforced travels through Ireland and beyond.
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