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Dillon, John
John Dillon (Irish politician)
John Dillon (personnalité politique irlandaise)
John Dillon (politicus uit Ierland (1851-1927))
Seán Diolún
Диллон, Джон
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Clancy, John J.
Davitt, Michael (1846-1906)
De Valera, Éamon (1882-1975)
Devlin, Joseph (1871-1934)
Dublin (Ireland). Lord Mayor
Esmonde, Thomas Henry Grattan (1862-1935)
Fischer, Joachim
Fischer, Lecturer in German
Healy, T. M. (1855-1931)
Healy, Timothy Michael (1855-1931)
O'Brien, William (1852-1928)
O'Neill, Laurence (1864-1943)
Parnell, Charles Stewart (1846-1891)
Redmond, John Edward (1856-1918)
Autographs in "The Plays of Shakespeare. London, 1842
Copy memorandum of interview of George Russell by a government official to ascertain his view on the best kind of literature to encourage recruiting in Ireland; also notice of John Dillon's opinion on same
correspondence of Myles Dillon, 1922-1925, The : Irish-German relations and Celtic studies
Debating societies considered as an element in a university training: : an inaugural address delivered to the Literary and Historical Society of the Catholic University of Ireland
defence of Catholic interests in Great Britain., The
East Cavan contest. Speech of Mr. Dillon M.P. at Bailieboro! (Repr. from Freeman's journal)
Facts for Mr. Parnell's bill : a speech delivered in the House of Commoms, on the 21st September, 1886
If you believe in Parnell, how on earth can you believe in Dillon?
II.i.5. Documentation relating to Tom Clarke's efforts to secure work on his release from prison
Irish elections, 1921. The nationalist position., The
Irishmen in Ireland : remember, that according to Law, there is no compulsion to fill up or sign any form making any promise or engagement about Military service, or to answer any question on the subject...[dated] 31st October, 1915
John Redmond Papers
[Letter] 1882 August 2nd, Dublin [to] the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of Dublin, M.P., Dublin
Letter from Edward H. Ennis to John Dillon, concerning a meeting that they will be going to, explaining that Thomas Alexander Dickson feels he should no longer be chairman, informing that last night in the office Edmund Dwyer Gray thought right to revise the proofs of the Freeman meeting and minutes of the Board
Letter from George Parsons Lathrop to [John] Dillon, reminiscing about how they were introduced by John Boyle O'Reilly and inviting him to stay in New London for Christmas
Letter from John Dillon to a Waterford farmer, P. Fitzgerald, concerning land grabbing and evicted tenants
Letter from John Dillon to [Jim] Bermingham, supporting Tom Clarke to secure the post of an abattoir superintendent
Letter from John Dillon to John Devoy regarding his travel arrangements and a lecture
Letter from John Dillon to John Devoy requesting copies of the Constitution and Rules of the Land League
Letter from John Dillon to Lady Gregory re health of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt and the demise of the Irish Parliamentary Party
Letter from John Dillon to Miss McManus, concerning the case of John Corcoran, the Advisory Committee and the cases of the Irish prisoners. He also is thanking her for what she said to him about his speech
Letter from John Dillon to Tom Clarke wishing him success in his application for the position of clerk of Rathdown Union
Letter from John Dillon to unknown recipient, asking them to send a copy of something
Letters and papers of the Browne family of Bridgetown, Fardystown, Mulrankin and the South Wexford area
Letters to Colonel Maurice Moore from various correspondents, many with copies or drafts of replies, concerning the Irish National Volunteers and many other topics of public interest
Letters to William O'Brien
Mansion House "Memories"
Miscellaneous autographs
Mr. Dillon and the Plan of campaign being, Mr. Dillon's speech before the Queen's Bench, with appendices. Edited by John J. Clancy,...
Mr. Dillon states the case for Nationalist Ireland. "Our hour will come" Speech delivered at Metropolitan Branch U.I.L., Dublin. November 21st, 1918.
Mr. John Dillon, M.P.
new policy: Mr. Dillon on the experience of the past year. The Castle and Sinn Fein. Advice to Irish Nationalists., The
present situation of the education question in Ireland., The
Shelbourne Hotel Conference and the evicted tenants., The : Is there any good in the report? An analysis
Telegram from John Dillon to John Devoy stating that he will not be able to go on the 'Gallia' boat
Three autograph letters and one card to John and Myles Dillon
To the people of Ireland
Truth about the Mitchelstown massacre, being a reprint of the speech of John Dillon,... in the House of Commons, on 12th September 1887... Edited by John J. Clancy,...