This chapter focuses on the start of Theobald Wolfe Tone's career as a revolutionary republican in 1794. It discusses Reverend William Jackson's formulation of a revolutionary plan with the involvement of Tone and Archibald Hamilton Rowan. But they were being spied on by John Cockayne. When the information reached the government, the headquarters of the United Irish Society was raided and its formal existence was terminated on May 23, 1794.
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