To the manhood of Ireland /
|Main Creator:||Irish Volunteers.|
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Dublin : Central Executive of the Irish Volunteers , [1916?].
One item held in the Department of Ephemera. Refers to extracts from the first manifesto of the Irish Volunteers, promulgated at the Rotunda Meeting, November 25th, 1913 with a further assertion that the Volunteers have prevented conscription being introduced into Ireland.
At foot of sheet: "don't applaud the Volunteers if you won't join them. The future of your country depends on your action now. Seek out the nearest company and take your stand with those whose work is for Ireland in Ireland, a dhia saor éire".
On the back of sheet: "Join the Irish Volunteers, recruits may enrol in the Dublin Brigade at any of the undermentioned drill centres ... Forms of application for membership can be procured from the Irish Volunteer Headquarters. "We' ll have our own again".
Physical description: handbill; [2 p.]; 29 x 15 cm.
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|EPH C61||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|
|ILB 300 p 7 [Item 23]||Main Reading Room||Irish Large Books|