O'Reilly, Myles William Patrick
O'Reilly, Myles William Patrick
Irish soldier, publicist, litterateur (1825-1880)

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  • Myles William Patrick O'Reilly —     Myles William Patrick O Reilly     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Myles William Patrick O Reilly     Soldier, publicist, littérateur, b. near Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, Ireland, 13 March, 1825; d. at Dublin, 2 Feb., 1880. In 1841 he entered Ushaw… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Myles William Patrick O'Reilly — For other individuals of the same name, see William Patrick (disambiguation). Myles William Patrick O Reilly was a Catholic soldier and publicist. Born in Balbriggan, Ireland in 1825; died in Dublin, Ireland in 1880. Contents 1 Career 2 See also …   Wikipedia

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