Feargus O"Connor Irishman and Chartist by Read, Donald.

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Published by Arnold in London .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • O"Connor, Feargus, -- 1794-1855,
  • Northern Star and National Trades" Journal, London

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

Book details

Statementby Donald Read and Eric Glasgow.
ContributionsGlasgow, Eric.
The Physical Object
Pagination160 p. :
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23849633M

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Its price was 4½d. Together with the platform the Northern Star provided the essential medium of national communication and organization for the Chartist by: 7. In his publication “Feargus O’Connor a Political Life” by Paul A Pickering (published by Merlin Press ), Professor Pickering contends that O’Connor has not been “treated kindly by history” and his book is a plea for a place in Irish and British history for Feargus, as “he had earned it”.

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Feargus O’Connor, an Irishman that led the Chartists in the latter part of that decade, used his newspaper, The Northern Star, on 20th August, to remind the world (or at least that part that read his working people’s paper) that the memories of Peterloo still rippled powerfully.

Feargus O’Connor[1] was the son of Roger O’Connor () and his second wife, Wilhelmina Bowen, of Connorville in the parish of Kinneigh, co. Cork, was born at Connorville, probably on 18th July Feargus had three brothers and three sisters as well as a half-brother and half-sister from his father’s earlier marriage.

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Family. Francis Burdett O'Connor was born in Cork, Ireland, into a prominent Protestant family. His parents were Roger O'Connor and Wilhamena Bowen. His uncle Arthur O'Connor () was the agent in France for Robert Emmet's rebellion of the United brother was the MP and Chartist leader Feargus O'Connor ().

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Feargus O’Connor[1] was the son of Roger O’Connor () and his second wife, Wilhelmina Bowen, of Connorville in the parish of Kinneigh, co.

Cork, was born at Connorville, probably on 18th July Feargus had three brothers and three sisters as well as a half-brother and half-sister from his father’s earlier marriage.

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Feargus O’Connor () The lion of freedom comes from his den, We’ll rally around him again and again. An O’Connor Liberation Medal was also struck with a portrait of him and the words ‘Universal Suffrage and No Surrender’. In March he was charged again, this time at Lancaster, for sedition,File Size: KB.

The trial of Mr. Feargus O'Connor came on at York, before Mr. Justice Coleridge, on the 17th of Marchwhen the Attorney -general appeared to conduct the prosecution on the part of the crown.

The information charged the publication of two seditious libels in a newspaper called the "Northern Star," of which the defendant was proprietor and. InDorothy Thompson re-established that Chartism was a national movement of people united under Feargus O'Connor.

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It is an important story that is worth rescuing for readers in both Britain and Ireland. Feargus O'Connor: died 30 August Feargus O’Connor was never happier in life than when at the centre of a controversy.

In death, the Chartist movement’s greatest leader remained also its most disputed figure, blamed by earlier generations of historians for his bluster but now at least partially rehabilitated and admired once more.

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Feargus O’Connor was a prolific writer. For many years he penned weekly addresses to the Chartist readers of the Northern Star each of which ran for thousands of words. In addition, he engaged in political polemic with opponents and rivals, and wrote copious advice on agricultural practices for those who shared his interest in small-scale.

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