1847-48; fnd. by Mitchel on splitting with Gavan Duffy and The Nation; contained instructions on urban warfare, and advocated rent-withholding; suppressed when Mitchel was charged with sedition.
Seamus Deane, gen. ed., Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day Co. 1991), Vol. 2,: fierce invective of [ed., 1]; replaced by The Irish Felon [see supra] ; founded by Mitchel in 1848, advocated armed insurrection ; John Martin (1812-75) helped Mitchel to edit UI [256n]; [1018 err.]; [err., United Irish League; T. Kettle, 1019]. See UI, ed. Griffith, infra.