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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 6332 5508
Name: 
Matthew Nathan (britischer Offizier und Kolonialbeamter)
Matthew Nathan (British colonial administrator)
Matthew Nathan (britisk ingeniør)
Matthew Nathan (Brits ingenieur (1862-1939))
Matthew Nathan (brittisk ingenjör)
Matthew Nathan (brytyjski żołnierz, administrator kolonialny i urzędnik państwowy)
Nathan, Matthew (Sir)
מתיו נייתן
נתן, מתיו (סיר)
متیو نیتن (مهندس بریتانیایی)
彌敦
Dates: 
1862-1939
Creation class: 
bc
bm
Language material
Manuscript language material
Related names: 
Brennan, Joseph (1887-)
Mac Neill, Eoin (1867-1945)
Moore, Maurice George (1854-1939)
Natal Governor, 1907-1909 (Sir Mathew Nathan) (see also from)
National Volunteers
Plunkett, Horace Curzon Sir, 1854-1932
Russell of Killowen, Charles Russell Baron, 1832-1900
Webb, Alfred (1834-1908)
Wyndham, George (1863-1913)
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Titles: 
annals of West Coker, The
collection of original manuscript documents from the personal papers of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Matthew Nathan, relating to his time as Under-Secretary for Ireland and the period following his resignation;, A
John Redmond Papers
Letter from Matthew Nathan to unknown recipients, stating his regret that he will not be in Dublin at the time of their representative's visit
Letters from Sir Matthew Nathan, Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle, to Colonel Maurice Moore, regarding the delivery of arms to the National Volunteers, 9th & 11th December 1914, and draft reply from Colonel Maurice Moore to Sir Matthew Nathan regadring same, 12 December 1914
Memorandum of conference at Dublin Castle on March 17th, 1916
Memorandum of interview of Annie, wife of Sir James Michael O'Gallagher, Lord Mayor of Dublin, with Sir Matthew Nathan
Miscellaneous papers relating to the Irish Volunteer movement belonging to Bulmer Hobson
Report to Dublin Castle by Bryan A. Kelly, a student in Germany, on his meetings there with Roger Casement, 8 February 1915 also covering letter by Sir Matthew Nathan, 11 February 1915
Sir Horace Plunkett Papers
Typescript letter from Sir Matthew Nathan, Under-Secretary for Ireland, regarding the publication of the proceedings of the trial of John Hegarty and James Bolger in the press
Notes: 
Sources: 
VIAF LC N6I NLI SUDOC WKD