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Tandy, JAMES NAPPER (l740-1803), Irish revolutionist, was born In Dublin, and became secretary to the United Irishmen of that town in 1792. In 1795 he fled to Amenca to avoid prosecution. Crossing to France in 1798, he took part in the abortive invasion of Ireland in that year, and after its failure made his escape to Hamburg. He was delivered up to the English, and after two trials condemned to death, but eventually he was allowed to settle in France.