'Battle of Aughrim, 10 & 11th July, 1690'
Line engraving, 1690 (c).
The Irish and French suffered a serious defeat at the hands of King William III's army at Aughrim, Ireland, in July 1691. The battle was one of the bloodiest fought on Irish soil - over 7,000 men were killed. It marked the end of the Irish Catholic Jacobite resistance to William.
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