A Rebel without a Rogue
If you’re interested in the history behind Rebel, here is a list of sources that I drew upon while researching this book:
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Curtin, Nancy. “Women and Eighteenth-Century Irish Republicanism.” Margaret MacCurtain and Mary O’Dowd, eds. Women in Early Modern Ireland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 1991: 133-47.
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The Two Trials of Thomas Wooler. https://www.marxists.org/history/england/black-dwarf/1817/two-trials.htm
Townshend, Thomas. Part of a letter to a noble earl containing a very short comment on the doctrine and facts of Sir Richard Musgrave’s quarto and vindication of the yeomanry and Catholics of the city of Cork. Dublin 1801.
Zimmerman, Georges-Denis. Songs of Irish Rebellion, political street ballads and rebel songs, 1780-1900. Dublin, 1967.