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Letters from various correspondents to John Redmond concerning political matters,

1900 September.

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In Collection: John Redmond Papers, 1878-1918.
Description: Correspondents include: John P. Nolan; Rev. P. Dooley; William Andrews; Florence O’Driscoll; J.M. Ross Todd; James Francis Hogan; William O’Malley; Jack Dempsey; James Foley; Patrick H. Meade; Edward N. Nunn; James D. Ryan; John Pinkerton; George E. Leon; Harry B. Vogel; Denis O’Halloran; Joseph Nolan; John F. Riordan; John Cummins; John Barry.

Correspondence regarding candidates for parliament at the forthcoming General Election (1900), the United Irish League, James Francis Hogan on his intention to travel to Australia, Redmond’s leadership of the Irish Parliamentary Party, a meeting of the Catholic Association in Belfast, evicted tenants in Clonmel, an enclosed newspaper cutting of a speech by Rochfort Maguire and a public dispute between Timothy Michael Healy and William O’Brien.
Main Creator: Redmond, John Edward, 1856-1918
Language: English
Extent: 1 folder (66 items).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 15,239/2 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.