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John Redmond (irischer Politiker)
John Redmond (Irish politician)
John Redmond (politicien irlandais)
John Redmond (politicus uit Ierland (1856-1918))
Redmond (J. E.)
Redmond, John E.
Redmond (John Edward)
Redmond, John Edward (Vollstaendiger Name)
Seán Mac Réamainn
존 에드워드 레드먼드
Manuscript language material
Kerr, S. Parnell
MacDonagh, Michael (1862-?)
MacDonnell, Michael Francis Joseph (1882-1956))
O'Brien, R. Barry (1847-1918)
O'Brien, Richard Barry (1847-1918)
O'Connor, T. P. (1848-1929)
O'Connor, Thomas Power (1848-1929)
Plunkett, Horace Curzon Sir, 1854-1932
Polson, Donald (1871-))
Redmond, William Hoey Kearney (1861-1917)
Russell, George William (1867-1935)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Account of a visit to the front
book of Irish golf, The
Chicago Convention, The
collection of newspaper cuttings relating to John Redmond and his family]., [A
Draft letter by Joseph McGarrity, General Denis F. Collins, Denis A. Spellissy and Patrick J. Griffin on behalf of the American Volunteer Fund Committee to John Redmond regarding his appeal to the Irish race in America in relation to arming the Irish Volunteers
Erskine Childers Papers
Father Mathew centenary memorial, Dublin
Flyer "Arms for the Volunteers. Extract from Mr. Redmond's Speech at Waterford"
Grand reception and entertainment for John E. Redmond programme.
Great golf courses of Ireland
Great Irishmen in war and politics
Historical and political addresses, 1883-1897
Home rule bill, The
Honra e gloria -alocução proferida no Juramento de Bandeira dos recrutas de Infantaria Nº 35...
How long will it last?
hundred years of Irish history, A
Independent home rule fund [subscription card] : ...is authorised by us to collect subscriptions for the independent home rule fund.
Ireland and the War
Ireland's financial relations with England. : The case stated. Impeachment of reckless and extravagant administration. The maximum of cost. The minimum of utility. Need for Irish money for Irish purposes. A plea for liberty, economy and efficiency.
Ireland, yesterday and today
Irish at the front, The
Irish nation and the War
Irish Party and its assailants, The : its policy vindicated, a record of its achievements : speeches by Mr. John E. Redmond, M.P., chairman, Irish Parliamentary party ... Mr. Joseph Devlin, M.P., and Mr. T.M. Kettle, M.P. : and also a letter from Mr. John E. Redmond, M.P.
Irish problem, The : speech of John E. Redmond, M.P. in the debate on the address, 19th February, 1906.
Irish Protestants and Home Rule : a lecture delivered in the Rotunda, Dublin 29th November 1886
Irland : [Skreven af nordiske og irske forfattere]
John Redmond accuses England : [speech on the occasion of the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902, protesting against the usurpation of the government of Ireland by the English Parliament].
John Redmond and the Irish unity, 1912-1918
John Redmond supports conscription...
justice of home rule., The : A statement of Ireland's claims for self-government.
Letter from Captain John A. Eckersley to John Redmond, regarding John MacBride and the organisation of the Irish Volunteer company in Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone
Letter from John Redmond M.P. to Tom Clarke, supporting Clarke's candidacy for the clerkship in Rathdown Union
Letter from John Redmond to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, thanking him for his letter on the 26th inst. and confirming that a certain matter has their careful attention
Letter from John Redmond to Lady Gregory re preservation of Irish forests
Letter from John Redmond to Laurence J. Kettle regarding order for arms and ammunition from England
Letter from John Redmond to the Sacristan requesting a copy of the Baptismal certificate of Johanna Redmond
Letter from John Redmond to W.R. Williams acknowledging his letter
Letters from John Redmond to Rev. Patrick Furlong, P.P., New Ross, Co. Wexford and to Rev. Thomas Furlong, P.P.
Letters to Alice Stopford Green regarding the death of John F. Taylor
Letters to Cecil Harmsworth from various correspondents including John Redmond, J.R. O'Connor, Anthony Traill, R.B. O'Brien and John Ross, as well as miscellaneous pamphlets relating to the Trinity College Dublin Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of England; and a Selected List of Books (Dublin: 1920) from Siopa na Leabhar nGaedhealach,Tta, The Irish Bookshop, Ltd. 45 Dawson Street, Dublin
Letters to John Redmond regarding the Irish National Volunteers from various individuals connected with the movement
Letters to Mary Josephine Plunkett, Countess Plunkett, from various people mainly concerning political affairs
life of Charles Stewart Parnell, The
Matheus de Magalhães
Maurice Healy, Junior, archive, including radio talks for broadcast on the BBC, family portraits and photographs including Maurice Healy in British Army, World War I, family correspondence, correspondence with John (Eoin) Mac Neill and John Redmond, newspaper cuttings and other material
Memoirs by Sophie Raffalovich O'Brien of a number of Irish political or literary figures of the early 20th cent.
Mr. Balfour on Nationality and home rule : a reply
Mr. John Redmond, M.P. on Home Rule and the Empire
Mr. Redmond, M.P., confesses
Mr. Redmond's Estate : An unscrupulous allegation The simple Facts. Mr. Redmond's Vindication.
No small stir -what the Pope really said about the Great War
open secret of Ireland, The
Orange threats ...
Prime Minister's Meeting in the Theatre Royal, Dublin, The : July 19th 1912; Chairman John E. Redmond. M.P.
Receipts and documents relating to purchase of a plot at Prospect Cemetery for John Redmond, including copy of his death certificate
Roger Casement Additional Papers
Roger Casement and John Redmond [and] Carson as a Prussian.
Scrapbook containing press cuttings, telegrams, and photographs relating to John Redmond's visit to the United States
Signature of John Edward Redmond.
Sinn Féin - violence and intimidation.
Sir Hugh Lane and Ruth Shine Papers
Some arguments for home rule : being a series of speeches delivered in the autumn of 1907
Speech delivered by J. E. Redmond... at the Waterford City and County Convention...
Strong words from Mr. Redmond. Treason to the home rule cause.
truth about '98, The
Ulster and Home Rule: a speech delivered at Newcastle-on-Tyne, Nov. 14th, 1913.
voice of Ireland; being an interview with John Redmond, M. P ., and some messages from representative Irishmen regarding the Sinn Fein rebellion., The
volume of newscuttings relating to the visit of John E. Redmond, M.P., to the U.S.A. and Canada, 1901]., [A
What Ireland wants.
What the Irish regiments have done
Why not join the army for the period of the war? : You will like it. Your pals will like it. The Kaiser will hate it.
"Your first duty is to take your part in ending the war" Mr. J.E. Redmond, M.P. at Waterford, 23rd August, 1915 : Join an Irish Regiment to-day.