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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 6686 0485
Name: 
James Stephens
James Stephens (Irish rebel)
Séamas Mac Stiofáin
Stephens, James
Stephens, Jimmy
Джеймс Стивенс
Dates: 
1825-1901
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
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Text
Creation role: 
author
Related names: 
Kickham, Charles Joseph (ca. 1826-1882.)
Kittson, Edward Creagh
Luby, Thomas Clarke (1821-1901)
MacDonagh, Thomas (1878-1916)
McBrien, Peter
Plunkett, Joseph Mary (1887-1916)
Reddy, William Superintendent
Titles: 
birth of the Fenian movement, The : American diary, Brooklyn 1859
Fragment of threatening letter to Charles Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Marquess of Londonderry, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with associated document
Irish people (Dublin : 1863)
Irish people:, The : a weekly journal of national politics & literature. ...
Letter from James Stephens to "all who it may concern" giving his own account of events which saw his removal as head of the Fenian Brotherhood by Colonel Thomas Kelly
Letter from James Stephens, to J. Kenealy, defending himself and his motives against accusations and describing his reasons for being in America
Letter from James Stephens, to the Editor of 'Tinley's Magazine', giving him authorisation to make revisions to a book that will be serialised
Letter from John O'Leary to [James Stephens], seeking an address and stating that he cannot send him money but offering to help him in other ways
Letter from Thomas Addis Emmet to Gulian Crommelin Verplank, regarding legal matters, with copy of inscription on monument erected to Emmet's memory by the New York Bar, and letter from Frederick J. Allan to James Stephens regarding prisoners in Dublin(1893)
Personal papers belonging to Joseph Mary Plunkett including letter to Edward Creagh Kittson from Padraic Colum
provisional dictator, A : James Stephens and the Fenian movement : University College Dublin Press, 2007
Receipt made by James Stephens for $21 received from John Leahey and John Graham
Stephens' Fenian songster : containing all the heart-stirring and patriotic ballads and songs, as sung at the meetings of the Fenian brotherhood.
welcome to James Stephens, 1866:, A
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