Forfhógra: To Lovers of Human Liberty Everywhere.

Seán Ua Ceallaigh et al.
Bibliographic Details
Main Creator: Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T. (Seán Tomás), 1882-1966
Contributors: MacSwiney, Mary, 1872-1942
Summary:Republican pamphlet entitled 'Forfhógra' [which roughly translates from Irish as 'Forward notice'] with a subtitle 'To Lovers of Human Liberty Everywhere' - '...we renew our Appeal to the Free Nations of the World to recognise the Republic of Ireland, without which there can be no Union of Hearts, no lasting Anglo-Irish peace'. Signed off on by Sean T. O'Kelly, then Ceann Comhairle; George Oliver Plunkett [Seoirse Plunkett, brother of Joseph Plunkett (1898-1916)]; Máire Ní Shuibhne [sister of Terence MacSwiney, (1879-1920)]; Brian O'Higgins, Cathal Ua Murchadha [Charles Murphy] and Thomas Maguidhir [Thomas McGuire] on "Emmet Day, March 4, 1938".
Format: Book
Title of pamphlet and names of those who issued it printed in Cló Gaelach.
Published / Created: Dublin: Wood Printing Works Ltd., 4 March 1938.
Notes:This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.

Physical description: 1 pamphlet (4 pages) : 21.6 x 14.2 cm.

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EPH B948
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