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THEOBALD WOLFE TONE,
FOUNDER OF THE UNITED IRISH SOCIETY,
ANJUTANT GENERAL AND CHEF DE BRIGADE IN THE SERVICE OF THE FRENCH ANT
Written by himself, and continued by his Son; with his Political Writings, and Fragments of
his Diary, whilst Agent to the General and Sub-committee of the Catholics of Ireland, and
HIS MISSION TO FRANCE:
With a complete Diary of his Negotiations to procure the aid of the French and Batavian
Republics, for the Liberation of Ireland; of the Expeditions of Bantry Bay, the Texel, and
Edited by his Son,
WILLIAM THEOBALD WOLFE TONE:
With a brief account of his own Education and Campaigns under the Emperor Napoleof.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Victrix causa Diis placuit, sed victa Catoni.
Pharsalia, Lib. 1, Verse 128.
PRINTED BY GALES & SEATON.