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Arthur Wolfe, lst Viscount Kilwarden (1739-1803) Lord Chief-Justice of Ireland murdered in his coach on 23 July 1803 by Irish Nationalists during the abortive rising in Dublin inspired by Robert Emmett (1778-1803). Emmett was executed for high treason. From 'The Imperial History of England' by Theophilus Camden (London, 1832). Engraving.

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Arthur Wolfe, lst Viscount Kilwarden (1739-1803) Lord Chief-Justice of Ireland murdered in his coach on 23 July 1803 by Irish Nationalists during the abortive rising in Dublin inspired by Robert Emmett (1778-1803).  Emmett was executed for high treason.   From 'The Imperial History of England' by Theophilus Camden (London, 1832). Engraving.