Sarsfield: A Book on the Valorous Acts and Enduring Legacy of an Irish Jacobite Soldier

In his latest book, “Sarsfield,” author B. Barry O’Brien brings to life the valorous acts and remarkable qualities of a prominent Irish Jacobite soldier. The national hero’s statue was erected in Limerick not long ago, where the Nationalist Corporation also decided to rename the city’s main bridge over the Shannon River as “Sarsfield” instead of “Wellesley.” The book sheds light on Sarsfield’s enduring legacy and his pivotal role in Ireland’s rich history.

Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette¬†–¬†Thursday 01 November 1900

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