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Title: Butterfield House: This eighteenth century is most famous as the last lodgings of Robert Emmet in 1803, rented under the pseudonym of Robert Ellis, before the uprising. Anne Devlin, commemorated locally with a statue between Main Street and Butterfield Avenue, was housekeeper.
Authors: Healy, Patrick
Keywords: Butterfield House
Robert Emmet
Anne Devlin
Butterfield Avenue
Issue Date: 1992
Description: Butterfield House: This eighteenth century is most famous as the last lodgings of Robert Emmet in 1803, rented under the pseudonym of Robert Ellis, before the uprising. Anne Devlin, commemorated locally with a statue between Main Street and Butterfield Avenue, was housekeeper.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10599/7830
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