Limerick Through the Ages: From Medieval Guilds to the Chamber of Commerce, Published Limerick Life Newspaper, December 2017

In October 1840, an article appeared in the Freeman’s Journal newspaper, recounting a lively meeting of the National Repeal Association in Limerick. Held at the Corn Exchange (in the modern Milk Market), it was attended by the ‘Liberator’ Daniel O’Connell, who was dressed, the journalist wrote, “in a Repealer’s coat of grey frize (sic) with […]

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