Maria Theresa

See also: Art Ó LaoghaireÓ Laoghaire (Art) (1746–1773) – Irish Catholic captain of the Austrian-Hungarian Hussars of empress Maria Theresa; was outlawed and killed after a quarrel with the protestant high sheriff of Cork, Abraham Morris; husband of Eibhlín Dubh Ní Chonaill, who composed a long elegy for him.
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