Feargus O'Connor

Feargus O'Connor '''Feargus Edward O'Connor''' (18 July 1796 – 30 August 1855) was an Irish Chartist leader and advocate of the Land Plan, which sought to provide smallholdings for the labouring classes. A highly charismatic figure, O'Connor was admired for his energy and oratory, but was criticised for alleged egotism.

After the failure of his Land Plan, O'Connor's behaviour became increasingly erratic, culminating in an assault on three MPs and a mental breakdown, from which he did not recover. After his death three years later at the age of 59, 40,000 people witnessed the funeral procession. Provided by Wikipedia

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by O'Connor, Feargus
Published 1845
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by O'Connor, Feargus
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by O'Connor, Feargus
Published 1841
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by O'Connor, Feargus
Published 1842
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by O'Connor, Feargus
Published 1843
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by O'Connor, Feargus
Published 1847
A. Heywood

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by Hill, William
Published 1844
Watson, Hetherington, and Cleave
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by Wellwood, Samuel
Published 1842
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by Parry, John Humffreys
Published 1843
H. Hetherington
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by Pro ecclesia Dei
Published 1850
W. Pickering
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