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Healy, T. M.
Healy, Tim
Healy, Tim M.
Healy, Timothy M.
Healy, Timothy Michael
Tim Healy
Timothy Michael Healy (irischer Politiker)
Timothy Michael Healy (Irish politician)
Timothy Michael Healy (irländsk politiker)
Timothy Michael Healy (irsk politikar)
Timothy Michael Healy (irsk politiker)
Timothy Michael Healy (politicien irlandais)
Timothy Michael Healy (politicus uit Ierland (1855-1931))
Хили, Тимоти
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Davitt, Michael (1846-1906)
Dillon, John (1851-1927)
Dublin (Ireland). Lord Mayor
Dunraven, Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin Earl of, 1841-1926
Frewen, Moreton (1853-1924)
Gregory, Lady (1852-1932)
Leslie, Shane (1885-1971)
O'Brien, William (1852-1928)
O'Neill, Laurence (1864-1943)
Simpson, Evelyn Mary Spearing (1885-1963))
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
125 years of caring in Dublin : Our Lady's Hospice, Harold's Cross, 1879-2004
ALS from W.B. Yeats to Lady Augusta Gregory
Autograph letter from Timothy Healy, 1 Mountjoy Square, Dublin, to John McCrossan
Begone, Saxon
Castletown, Lord Bernard Edward Barnaby FitzPatrick, Papers
Copy circular letter from Laurence O'Neill to T.M. Healy, William O'Brien and John Dillon
Correspondence of Alice Stopford Green
Correspondence of Chief Justice Mr Hugh Kennedy and his wife from friends and colleagues, including Francis Sheehy Skeffington, Oliver St John Gogarty, Thomas Kettle, Tim Healy, John A. Costello, William T. Cosgrave, Dermod O'Brien, Darrell Figgis, Lord Glenavy, and Paddy McGilligan
Cri de l'Irlande a l'Europe ou Étude sur la ligue agraire
Dublin strikes 1913 : facts regarding the labour disputes contained in a speech of T.M. Healy ... at the Court of Enquiry held in Dublin Castle on Wednesday, October 1st, 1913.
From sanatorium to hospital, 2002:
Governor General entertaining guests Sir John and Lady Simon], [The
Governor General, Tim Healy, at the Metropole Hotel], [The
great fraud of Ulster., The
Home rule by consent
II.ii.12.d. Correspondence of Moreton Frewen
II.ii.9. Letter to Timothy Healy, M.P. from Irish prisoners held at the Frongoch Internment Camp regarding their treatment
In the High Court of Justice in Ireland. Exchequer Division. Healy v. "Freeman's Journal." (Limited.) : Extracts (in order of dates), from "Freeman's Journal" and "Evening Telegraph."
Irish prison atrocities : what about the Belfast Inquiry?
John Redmond Papers
Letter from T.M. Healy to Áine Ceannt sympathising with her on the death of her husband Éamonn Ceannt
Letter from T.M. Healy to Lady Gregory re meeting with Lord Carson concerning bringing in of Bill in House of Lords to enable National Gallery, London, to transfer or lend Hugh Lane Collection to National Gallery of Ireland
Letter from Tim Healy to Francis Joseph Bigger
Letter from Timothy Michael Healy, politician, to [Christopher] Palles, accepting an invitation to dine
Letters and leaders of my day, 1928?:
Loyalty plus murder
Memoirs by Sophie Raffalovich O'Brien of a number of Irish political or literary figures of the early 20th cent.
Miscellaneous autographs
[Mr T.M. Healy]
One hundred and twenty five years of caring in Dublin
Partial letter from [Timothy Michael Healy] to unidentified recipient, concerning political affairs, local people of Cork protesting to William O'Brien, the appointment of positions to a Constituency and loosing votes in East Donegal
Portmarnock Golf Club 1894-1994 a centenary history
Postcard from Timothy Michael Healy to F. W. W. Cavendish, informing that he has received his letter
record of coercion, A : English votes and Irish voters
Scrapbook containing correspondence to Éamonn Ceannt, his wife Áine Ceannt, and their son Ronán Ceannt
Selected prose
Stolen waters
Sur les chemins d'Irlande
tenants' key to the Land Law Act, 1881, The
TLS from George Cave, Home Secretary, Whitehall, to T.M. Healy
treatment of political prisoners in Ireland, The
Victims of 1615.
Why Ireland is not free : a study of twenty years in politics
Why there is an Irish land question and an Irish land league
Word for Ireland.