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Folder of photographs including one of a group at a house party following an Irish Volunteer muster at Castle Bellingham, County Louth [July 1914],

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In Collection: Bulmer Hobson Papers, 1905-1968
Description: Printed on label on verso of item 1: "Ulster is not alone in her preparations. / Big Nationalist Parade under Lord Ashbourne. / A big muster of Irish Volunteers from Louth, Meath / and Monaghan took place on Sunday at Castle Bellingham. / Four thousand men were on parade equipped with belts, / bandoliers and pouches. Capt. Cream was in command / and Lord Ashbourne addressed the men. Dr. Douglas / Hyde was present and spoke. The Feis was highly / successful. / Our picture shows Lord Ashbourne's house party for / the parade. Lord Ashbourne, Mrs. & Miss Hutton, Miss / Dease, Abbe Varia, the Revd. F. Murphy, Sir Edward / Lindley, Sir Henry Bellingham and others".
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (4 photographic prints).
Format: Photo
Call Number: MS 13,174/4/2 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.