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Mac Suibhne, Toirdhealbhach
Mac Swiney, Terence Joseph
MacSwiney, Terence
MacSwiney, Terence J.
MacSwiney, Terence Joseph
MacSwiney, Terence (Mr.)
Māksvin̲i, Ṭeren̲s
Mc Swiney, Terence Joseph
McSwiney, Terence Joseph
Mêkasvinī, Ṭerensa
Mêksvinī, Ṭerensa
Terence MacSwiney (irischer Politiker und Schriftsteller)
Terence MacSwiney (Irish playwright, author and nationalist politician)
Terence MacSwiney (Irländsk författare och politiker)
Terence MacSwiney (politicus uit Ierland (1879-1920))
Terence McSwiney
Ṭeren̲s Māksvin̲i
Toirdhealbhach Mac Suibhne
Traolach Mac Suibhne
Τέρενς Μακ Σουίνεϊ
เทเรนซ์ มักสวีนีย์
테런스 맥스위니
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Lyons, George Augustine (1879-1950)
MacCarthy, B. G.
MacCarthy, Bridget G.
Merry del Val, Raphael (1865-1930)
Ryan, Mary Josephine (1885-1977)
Sheridan, Margaret Burke (1889-1958)
Sinn Féin
Stack, Austin (1879-1929)
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Battle-cries, 1918:
Correspondence mostly between Fred Cronin and Terence MacSwiney, with other documents
Cronin Papers
Cutantirattin̲ tattuvaṅkaḷ, 1944:
Despite fools' laughter; poems
Envelope addressed to Terence MacSwiney, Fleming's Hotel, Gardiner Place, Dublin
ethics of revolt, The : : a discussion from a Catholic point of view as to when it becomes lawful to rise in revolt against the Civil Power
From the grave Terence MacSwiney speaks with prophetic vision
Himmatabahāddara Ṭerensa Mêksvinī, 1931:
Home rule in a nutshell ...
Letter from "Concubhar" [Fred Cronin] to Terence MacSwiney with regarding Alice Milligan, Cumann na nGaedhael, Wolfe Tone, the '67 movement, 1848, and reflections on John O'Leary
Letter from Peter MacSwiney, New York, to Terence MacSwiney congratulating him on his release
Letter from Sr. St. Augustine, Weybridge Convent, England, to her nephew Terence MacSwiney regarding personal and family matters
Letter from Terence MacSwiney, Lincoln Prison, England, to his wife Muriel [Muirgheal] and his sisters Mary and Eithne [Min and Nan] MacSwiney, mentioning earlier correspondence and the good news of his daughter Màire
Letter from Terence MacSwiney, Reading Jail, England, to "Conchobhar" [Fred Cronin], about his attempts to write to his friends Pauline Henley, Daniel Corkery and Con O'Leary
Letter from Terence MacSwiney to Fred Cronin conveying warm wishes for Cronin's forthcoming marriage
Letter from Terence MacSwiney to John Devoy sending him issues of his newspaper, Fianna Fáil
Letter from the Cork Industrial Development Association regarding foreign-made coffin furniture and hearses, and Terence MacSwiney's draft response to that letter
Letter marked 'Business' from Terence MacSwiney (T. Mac Suibhne) from Lincoln prison to 'Diarmuid' about the publication of his Reminiscences
Letters from John [Seán] MacSwiney to various members of the MacSwiney family
manuscript notebook kept by Terence MacSwiney, recording daily activities as a Volunteer organiser in Co. Cork;, A
Material relating to the political statements of Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of Cork
Piaras Béaslaí Papers
Poem by Terence MacSwiney titled "Written on the back of a picture of a view of the Blackwater at Templemichael"
Poem written by Terence MacSwiney, now facing death for Ireland in Brixton Jail: "Before the last battle".
Principles of freedom
Reading Gaol autograph book of Irish Rising prisoners including Arthur Griffith, Seán T. O'Kelly, Tomás Mac Curtain, Terence MacSwiney and many others
Reporter's pocket notebook belonging to Terence MacSwiney containing personal notes, and signed by MacSwiney in Irish on cover
revolutionist, The
Rossa ... 1915?:
Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh Additional Papers
Svātantryācĩ̄ mūlatattvẽ
Teach us how to die
Terence Mac Swiney memorial lectures.
Tīna thora deśabhakta, 1942: