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Michael O'Rahilly
Mícheál Seosamh Ó Rathaille
O'Rahilly, Michael Joseph
The O'Rahilly
The O'Rahilly (Irish republican)
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Language material
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Related names: 
Béaslaí, P. S. (1881-1965)
Béaslaí, Piaras S. (1881-1965)
Ceannt, Éamonn (1881-1916)
Devoy, John (1842-1928)
Doyle, Crissie M.
Gore, John
Irish Volunteers
Judge, Michael Joseph (b. 1847)
Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T. (1882-1966)
Ó Ceallaigh, Seán Tomás (1882-1966)
Documents belonging to Bulmer Hobson relating to the attempted take-over of the Irish Volunteers by the supporters of John Redmond
Documents relating to the first and second Irish Volunteers Conventions, including organisational materials, circulars and periodicals
I.ii. Sinn Féin, Dáil Éireann, and IRA
Invoices addressed to the Irish Volunteers for stationary, car hire, practice rifles, uniforms, rents and other equipment including saddles, maps and flags from various companies and organisations
Letter from Michael Joseph Judge to Éamonn Ceannt regarding lack of payment and settling of an account for materials, including one rifle for the Irish Volunteers
Letter from [Michael Joseph] O'Rahilly to Joseph McGarrity thanking him for his donation to the Irish Volunteers and discussing the recent split in the organisation
Letters to and from Joseph McGarrity with associated material
Partial copy of 'The Irish Review' with articles, advertisements and an announcement from the Irish Volunteer Fund
Photostat of letter from Michael O'Rahilly to Éamonn Ceannt asking if he would meet with Eoin Mac Neill at the Winn's [Wynn's] Hotel, Abbey Street to discuss the extension of the Volunteer movement in Ireland
Photostat of receipt of the Irish Volunteer postage service signed by Michael O'Rahilly and paid by Éamonn Ceannt
Receipt from Michael Joseph O'Rahilly acknowledging the sum of 5 pounds and 10 shillings from Joseph Mary Plunkett
Receipt of payment made by Tomas MacDonagh to Battalion 2 Company C of the Irish Volunteers
Secret history of the Irish Voluteers
Statement by the Provisional Committee of the Irish Volunteers to Joseph McGarrity (as Chairman of the American Volunteer Fund Committee) regarding their committment to the policies of the Irish Volunteers following the split from John Redmond and his nominees
Ua Rathghaille.
Winding the clock, 1991: