William Drennan

William Drennan (23 May 1754 – 5 February 1820) was an Irish physician, poet and political radical, who was one of the chief architects of the Society of United Irishmen. He is known as the first to refer in print to Ireland as "the emerald isle" in his poem "''When Erin first rose''". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Drennan, William, 1754-1820.
Published 1795
Location: Cudahy Archives, Loyola University Chicago
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by Drennan, William, 1754-1820
Published 1806
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by Drennan, William, 1754-1820.
Published 1795
Location: Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame
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