III.xxii. Irish Conference Committee and Irish Convention,
|Main Creator:||Coffey, Diarmid, 1888-1964|
Documents and correspondence relating to the Irish Conference Committee and Irish Convention. The Irish Conference Committee was established in 1916 and paved the way for the Irish Convention which was held in Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, from July 1917 to March, 1918. It was an attempt to get an agreed settlement between the Unionists and Nationalist, and was attended by John Redmond's Home Rule Party, Edward Carson's Unionists and the Souther Unionists. Sinn Féin were invited but declined to attend.
Physical description: 23 folders.