By Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, Glasgow Museums, National Army Museum
1745: Charles Edward Stuart and the Jacobites
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Here one of General Murphy's guns is towed over a ruined bridge over the River Maigue during the Kilmallock campaign, August 1922. © George Morrison 50 Essential Histories • The Irish Civil War 1922-23 Although the NA was making considerable headway in Co. Dublin, Co. Waterford and Co. Limerick, the Republicans did enjoy limited military success. By 4 July they had effectively cleared pro-Treaty troops out of Co. Cork when they took 5kibbereen and Listowel. Co. Cork had been the heartland of the Republican struggle against the British and although the local IRA were ambivalent about fighting their former comrades they bitterly opposed the Treaty.
The Senate created by the Government of Ireland Act also continued to act as the upper chamber, providing a forum for Southern Unionists to participate in government. One of its first acts was to pass the Public Safety Act giving emergency powers to the NA. By December the Saorstat had been formally established in British and Irish law and Tim Healy KC was appointed Governor-General. Unlike the British administration the new Dublin government enjoyed the popular support of the Irish public so when its forces carried out reprisals in response to IRA attacks they tended to be against individuals rather than against property.
As the fighting that had started with Doyle's first shot on 28 June progressed, every effort was made to locate ex-British gunners to service the guns and at one point Dalton, an ex-infantryman, was reduced to laying and firing one of the guns himself. Admittedly this was not too difficult a task as they were being fired over open sights across the Liffey into the Four Courts. Unfortunately this meant that his gunners were well within rifle range of the enemy and on occasion shells punched their way through the building and landed in the grounds of the British HQ just outside of 37 Phoenix Park.
1745: Charles Edward Stuart and the Jacobites by Robert C. Woosnam-Savage, Glasgow Museums, National Army Museum