Title: Some account of the first apparent symptoms of the late rebellion in the county of Kildare, and an Adjoining Part of the King's County; with a succinct narrative of some of the most remarkable passages in the Rise and Progress of the rebellion in the county of Wexford, Especially in the Vicinity of Ross; And a minute Detail of the Battle fought in and near that Town on the 5th of June, 1798, in a Letter to Wentworth Alexander, Esq. of the Monasterevan Cavalry. To which are added, by Way of Appendix, a Curious Letter, supposed to be written by a penitent Rebel, and other entertaining Matters. By James Alexander, Esq. Late temporary Major of the Ross Unarmed Loyalists.