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Daniel O’Connell (1775–1847)

O’Connell, Daniel. The great Irish orator and statesman; was born at Carhen House, Cahirciveen, County Kerry, Aug. 6, 1775; died in Genoa, Italy, May 15, 1847. His ‘Life and Speeches’ (1846) appeared under the editorial supervision of his son; and there is also an edition of the ‘Correspondence of Daniel O’Connell’ by Fitzpatrick. His ‘Life’ has been written by W. Pagan (1847); M. F. Cusack (1872); J. O’Rourke and O’Keefe (1875); J. A. Hamilton (1888). He wrote ‘A Memoir of Ireland, Native and Saxon’ (1843).