Father O'Flanagan's suppressed speech /
by Michael O' Flanagan.
|Main Creator:||O'Flanagan, Michael, 1876-1942|
Refers to a verbatim report of the speech delivered to 10.000 people at Ballyjamesduff on Sunday May, 26, 1918, by the Rev. M. O'Flanagan, C.C., Crossna, Vice-President, Sinn Fein. The Censor refused to allow even one word of the speech to be published.
|Published / Created:||
[Dublin : s.n. , 1918].
At head of title: "Price one penny".
First lines read: " Men of Breffni, for many years - ever since I was a youngster at school - I longed to see one spot in Ireland perhaps more than any other. In coming along the 60 miles that separate North Roscommon from East Cavan to-day I had an opportunity of seeing that spot".
Includes another copy at call number EPH C382
Physical description: 1 folded sheet (4 p.); 22 cm.
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|Ir 94109 p 33||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|EPH C382||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|
|LO P 629||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|
|P 1087||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|