Rebels

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Anthony Perry - Midlands Campaign
... Some rebels took to the hills to fight on in a protracted guerrilla war some returned to their homes but the bulk set off on a march into the midlands to revive the rebellion ... Crossing into Kildare on July 9, the rebels captured a keg of gunpowder near Newbridge and linked up with remnants of the Kildare rebels under William Aylmer ... to elude the thousands of soldiers combing Kildare for rebels ...
Juan José De Sámano Y Uribarri - Military Career
... his quarters, guarded by Moledo and Baraya, who had sworn allegiance to the rebel junta in Bogotá ... From Quito he directed the military operations against the rebels in New Granada. 29, 1816 he won a decisive victory at Cuchilla del Tambo over the rebel Liborio Mejía ...
Protestant Irish Nationalists - Pre-Union Background
... go on to lead Protestant and Catholic Irish rebels in the Irish Rebellion of 1798 ... After the initial battles in County Kildare the rebels holding out in the Bog of Allen were led by William Aylmer ... In Antrim and Down the rebels were almost all Presbyterians, and at the Battle of Ballynahinch the local Defenders decided not to take part ...
1915 Pittsburgh Rebels Season
... The 1915 Pittsburgh Rebels season was a season in American baseball ... The Rebels finished in 3rd place in the Federal League, just one-half game behind the Chicago Whales and St ...
Wexford Rebellion - First Phase
... Kildare, the authorities began to move against suspected rebels and arrested Anthony Perry of Inch, an ex-military officer and senior United Irishman ... and of a massacre in Dunlavin swept through Wexford and on the night of 26 May, rebels mobilised throughout north county Wexford attacking military and loyalist targets for arms ... At Ballyminaun the rebels were easily crushed but won a significant victory at Oulart Hill led by Father John Murphy and others, annihilating a company of militia ...

Famous quotes containing the word rebels:

    He that rebels against reason is a real rebel, but he that in defence of reason rebels against tyranny has a better title to “Defender of the Faith,” than George the Third.
    Thomas Paine (1737–1809)

    “Poor Esther!” said he gloomily. “She has been brought up among men, and is not used to harness. If things go wrong she will rebel, and a woman who rebels is lost.”
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    Now boys, remember you are the Twenty-third, and give them hell. In these woods the Rebels don’t know but we are ten thousand; and if we fight, and when we charge yell, we are as good as ten thousand, by God.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)