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Mac Donagh, Thomas
Mac Donnchadha, Tomás
Macdonagh, Thomas
MacDonagh, Thomas (Mr.)
Mc Donagh, Thomas
McDonagh, Thomas
Thomas Mac Donagh
Thomas MacDonagh (Irish nationalist, poet, playwright and revolutionary)
Thomas MacDonagh (toneelschrijver uit Ierland (1878-1916))
Thomas McDonagh
Tomás Mac Donnchadha
МакДона, Томас
Dates: 
1878-1916
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Notated music
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Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
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Related names: 
Casement, Roger Sir, 1864-1916
Hackett, J. Dominick (1877-1936)
Hackett, James Dominick (1877-1936)
Ireland (Provisional government, 1916)
Irish Review (Dublin, Ireland)
Irish Volunteers
O'Donoghue & Co. Booksellers and Publishers
Plunkett, Joseph Mary (1887-1916))
Ryan, Desmond (1893-1964))
Sealy, Bryers & Walker
Stephens, James (1882-1950)
Talbot Press
The Provincial Bank of Ireland Limited
Titles: 
1916 poets, The
Annotated typescript draft of poem ['To my lady']
April and May, 1904:
Diarmuid Ó Donnabháin Rosa, 1831-1915 : souvenir of public funeral to Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin, August 1st, 1915.
Envelope addressed to Thomas MacDonagh
Golden joy
Incomplete manuscript list of poets
Incomplete manuscript notes on the intention of the Irish Volunteer headquarters to introduce a "qualifying examination" for officers seeking to rise in rank
Literature in Ireland; studies, Irish and Anglo-Irish.
Lodgement receipt from Thomas MacDonagh's bank for 12 pounds and 10 shillings
Manuscript draft of examination in English at University College Dublin
Manuscript draft of poem ['Ireland : 1905']
Manuscript draft of short story 'An tsean bheidhlín', in Irish
Manuscript draft of unpublished, untitled poem, beginning with the line "Most often when I call to memory..."
Page with manuscript accounts for unspecified purpose
Partial galley proof for 'Literature in Ireland' with manuscript corrections by Thomas MacDonagh
Partial notice relating to the executive and general council of the Irish Volunteers with added notes
Partial proof of poetry collection 'Lyrical poems'
Piece of blotting paper used by Thomas MacDonagh
Poblacht na hÉireann: the provisional government of the Irish Republic to the people of Ireland.
Poems of the Irish revolutionary brotherhood, Thomas MacDonagh, P.H. Pearse (Padraic MacPiarais), Joseph Mary Plunkett, Sir Roger Casement;
Poems. Selections.
poetical works of Thomas MacDonagh, The
Printed copy of Thomas MacDonagh's poem 'Marching Song of the Irish Volunteers'
Proclamation of independence
Softbound notebook containing draft poems and plays, including additional loose page of poems
Statement from John Falconers of Falconer's Government, Law and General Printing Office to Thomas MacDonagh regarding the payment of £35 for the printing of 'The Irish Review'
Testimonial of Thomas MacDonagh from Father John Doody, President of St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny
Testimonial of Thomas MacDonagh from Robert Donovan, a colleague of Thomas' from UCD, for the position of English examiner under the Indermediate Education Board for Ireland
Thomas Campion and the art of English poetry
Typescript copy of poem 'Grange House Lodge Rathfarnham'
Typescript copy of poem 'Return' ['A song of another : for Eoghan']
Typescript copy of the poem 'To James Clarence Mangan'
Typescript letter from Ballantyne Press, Edinburgh, to Thomas MacDonagh regarding the printing of 3000 copies of the prospectus of Thomas MacDonagh's 'Thomas Campion'
When the dawn is come
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