Some Notes of an Irish Exile of 1798. Being the Chapters from the Memoirs of Miles Byrne relating to Ireland. Dublin: Maunsel, . Pp, 301. Red cloth boards, title lettered in black to upper cover & spine. Covers lightly faded, contents very good condition. Myles Byrne was born in Co. Wexford in 1780 and died in Paris in 1862. He fought under Michael Dwyer at the Battle of Vinegar Hill during the 1798 Rebellion and was one of Robert Emmet’s most trusted Lieutenants during the ill-fated 1803 Rebellion. Byrne fled to France where he was to join the forces of Napoleon Bonaparte, rising to the rank of Chef de Battalion in Napoleon’s Irish Regiment and then to the rank of Brigadier General in the French Army after the reign of Napoleon.