Rathdown and Talbotstown Wicklow rebels participate in surprise night attack on Ballymore Eustace. Others probe outskirts of Dublin City from Rathfarnham and retreat when challenged.
Talbotstown rebels clash with garrisons of Stratford-on-Slaney and Baltinglass. At least 43 prisoners shot dead or hanged in Dunlavin. Local leader Thomas Kavanagh betrayed and executed in Baltinglass.
Newtownmountkennedy partially destroyed in major attack by Newcastle and Ballinacor North rebels. Devil’s Glen burned by the army in brutal mopping up operation. Inmates of Newtown’s guardhouse executed.
Over 20 persons massacred around Newtownmountkennedy by the Ancient Britons and local yeomen. Rebel camp at Blackmore Hill near Blessington abandoned after attack by Sir James Duff’s forces. New camp formed at Clohogue.
Over 40 United Irish prisoners shot dead in Carnew Ball Alley.
Battle of Arklow. Ballymanus Division suffer heavy losses in day long battle of considerable strategic importance.
Army reconnaissance of Mount Pleasant challenged after which the village of Tinahely was burned.
Ballymanus Division engaged at Enniscorthy during the battle of Vinegar Hill. William Byrne succeeded by his brother Garret. Rathdrum yeomen massacre civilians at Aughrim.
Combined Wicklow forces destroy Hacketstown.
Ambush of 200 Ancient Britons and Fifth Dragoons at Ballyellis, near Carnew. Failed attack on Carnew garrison.
Nineteen yeomen killed in a clash with rebels on Ballyrahan Hill near Tinahely.
Rebels capture and partially burn Aughrim.