Controversial United Irishman But Committed To Ireland's Liberty   An Irishman of the 18th century revered in song, James Napper Tandy was born in Dublin in 1740. A prominent personality of Dublin City politics during the 1780s and 1790s, James was never silent on Ireland's occupation by England.  He was a Jacobin enthusiast and also an officer of the Volunteer Artillery Corps, who were national leaders to promote the concept of Catholic Volunteer recruits.  As the founding Chairman of the…