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Search Results: 81 Records
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Irish Question, Family Life
Letter from sir Wilfrid Bliss Spender (1876-1960) to his wife, Lady Lillian Spender, née Dean, (1880-1968). In this letter, Spender lists the birthdays of himself (his pet-name is 'Wolf') and his family, but states that he cannot yet remember the ...
Keywords: Crime, Family Life, Irish Question, Politics
A letter from politician and intellectual Desmond FitzGerald (1888-1947) to his wife Mabel FitzGerald (née Washington McConnell) (1884-1958) assuring her that he is well in prison. He inquires about news of the family and discusses the arrangement...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Politics, Irish Question
Letter from John Redmond (1856-1918) to John Gulland (1864-1920) regarding a bill that would force Irish men to pledge their allegiance to the British crown upon enlisting. Additionally, Redmond discusses the procedure associated with Home Office ...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Politics, Irish Question
Letter from John Redmond (1856-1918) to John Gulland (1864-1920) regarding a bill that would force Irish men to pledge their allegiance to the British crown upon enlisting. Additionally, Redmond discusses the procedure associated with Home Office ...
Keywords: Patronage, Politics, Irish Question
Letter from Catherine M. Mahon (1869-1948) to Hanna Sheehy Skeffington (1877-1946). Mahon apologises for missing a meeting at which she was supposed to present a speech. In this letter she discusses women's representation and the "Irish Citizen", ...
Keywords: Patronage, Politics, Irish Question
Letter from Catherine M. Mahon (1869-1948) to Hanna Sheehy Skeffington (1877-1946). Mahon apologises for missing a meeting at which she was supposed to present a speech. In this letter she discusses women's representation and the "Irish Citizen", ...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Irish Question, Love Letters
A letter from Sir Wilfrid Bliss Spender (1876 - 1960) to his wife, Lady Lillian Spender, née Dean, (1880-1968). In this letter, Spender expresses dread at the possibility that the 16th (Irish) Division may soon be joining his own 36th (Ulster Divi...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Irish Question, Love Letters
A letter from Sir Wilfrid Bliss Spender (1876 - 1960) to his wife, Lady Lillian Spender, née Dean, (1880-1968). In this letter, Spender expresses dread at the possibility that the 16th (Irish) Division may soon be joining his own 36th (Ulster Divi...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Irish Question, Love Letters
A letter from Sir Wilfrid Bliss Spender (1876 - 1960) to his wife, Lady Lillian Spender, née Dean, (1880-1968). In this letter, Spender expresses dread at the possibility that the 16th (Irish) Division may soon be joining his own 36th (Ulster Divi...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Irish Question, Love Letters
A letter from Sir Wilfrid Bliss Spender (1876 - 1960) to his wife, Lady Lillian Spender, née Dean, (1880-1968). In this letter, Spender expresses dread at the possibility that the 16th (Irish) Division may soon be joining his own 36th (Ulster Divi...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, City and Town Life, Irish Question, Politics
A reply from Madge Calnan to a letter she had received from James Ryan (1891-1970) while he was held in Stafford Prison. She fills him in on events at University College Dublin (Ryan had studied medicine there). She notes the increasingly favourab...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, City and Town Life, Irish Question
A letter from Madge Calnan to James Ryan (1891-1970). She refers to a misunderstanding in a previous letter. She writes to James about news in University College Dublin and the exams that are going on. She also mentions a picnic organised that day...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Irish Question, City and Town Life
Letter from Maudie Davin to James Ryan (1891-1970). She apologises for not having written sooner. She tells him about her new house, the efforts to raise money for the National Aid and a new dress she got for one of the National Aid picnics. She w...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Irish Question, City and Town Life
Letter from Maudie Davin to James Ryan (1891-1970). She apologises for not having written sooner. She tells him about her new house, the efforts to raise money for the National Aid and a new dress she got for one of the National Aid picnics. She w...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Irish Question, City and Town Life
Letter from Maudie Davin to James Ryan (1891-1970). She apologises for not having written sooner. She tells him about her new house, the efforts to raise money for the National Aid and a new dress she got for one of the National Aid picnics. She w...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Irish Question, City and Town Life
Letter from Maudie Davin to James Ryan (1891-1970). She apologises for not having written sooner. She tells him about her new house, the efforts to raise money for the National Aid and a new dress she got for one of the National Aid picnics. She w...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, World War 1: 1914-1918, Irish Question
A letter from politician and Dublin MP Alfred 'Alfie' Byrne (1882-1956) to Helena Malony (1883-1967), republican, feminist and labour activist, and Helen 'Nellie' Gifford (1880-1971), republican activist. This letter refers to fears that Irishmen ...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
A letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an image of Robert Emmet would...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
A letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an image of Robert Emmet would...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
A letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an image of Robert Emmet would...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
This is a typed copy of a letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an ima...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
This is a typed copy of a letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an ima...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
This is a typed copy of a letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an ima...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
This is a typed copy of a letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an ima...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Irish Question, Politics
This is a typed copy of a letter from Patrick Pearse (1879-1916) to Seamus Doyle, a member of the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. This letter refers to the use of Pearse's image on the cover of a publication. He writes that an ima...
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