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Name: 
Cathal Ó hEochaidh
Charles Haughey (Irish politician)
Charles Haughey (irländsk politiker)
Charles Haughey (irsk politikar)
Charles Haughey (irsk politiker)
Charles Haughey (politico irlandese)
Charles Haughey (politicus uit Ierland (1925-2006))
Charles Haughey (polityk irlandzki, premier)
Charles J. Haughey (irischer Politiker)
Charles J. Haughey (irsk politiker)
Charles James Haughey (personnalité politique irlandaise)
Haughey, Charles
Haughey, Charles J.
Haughey, Charles James
Haughey, Charlie
Ó hEochaidh, Cathal
Хоги, Чарльз
צ'ארלס הוהי
चार्ल्स हॉई
찰스 호히
チャールズ・ホーヒー
查爾斯·豪伊
Dates: 
1925-2006
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author
Related names: 
Mansergh, Martin
Smullen, Eamonn
Spring, Dick (1950-)
Uí Cheallaigh, Phillis (d. 1983)
University of Limerick
Wall, Mervyn (1908-)
Walsh, Caroline (1952-)
White, Terence De Vere
Wilson, John P
Titles: 
Address by the Taoiseach, Mr. Charles J. Haughey, T.D., at the investiture of the University of Limerick Thursday, 14th September 1989.
Benedict Kiely Papers
boss, 1983:, The
Broadcast
Government cultural policy:
New Ireland Forum : public session Monday, 30 May 1983 Dublin Castle : report of proceedings.
Party for progress, The : presidential address to the Fianna Fáil 58th Ard Fheis
Scratch (Cartoonist). The legend of Charlie Haughey, c1988:
Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh Additional Papers
Speech by the Taoiseach, Charles Haughey, at a reception for the Irish-American community in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, Thursday, 10 June, 1982.
Speech by the Taoiseach, Mr. Charles J. Haughey T.D., at a function hosted by Senator Edward Kennedy in the Kennedy Library, Boston on Friday, 22nd April, 1988.
spirit of the nation, The : the speeches and statements of Charles J. Haughey (1957-1986)
Statement by the Taoiseach, Mr. Charles J. Haughey, T.D. in Dáil Éireann on the outcome of the European Council Meeting in Dublin held on 28 April, 1990 and on Developments in Europe : Thursday 3 May 1990.
Taoiseach, Mr. Charles J. Haughey and the arts, The : speech to Aosdána and Irish Times interview on the Arts 1990.
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