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Davitt, Michael (Mr.)
Michael Davitt (Brits journalist (1846-1906))
Michael Davitt (irischer Politiker und Aktivist für Landreformen und soziale Gerechtigkeit)
Michael Davitt (Irish republican and nationalist agrarian agitator)
Manuscript language material
De Valera, Éamon (1882-1975)
Dillon, John (1851-1927)
Healy, T. M. (1855-1931)
Healy, Timothy Michael (1855-1931)
Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)
Redmond, John Edward (1856-1918)
Russell of Killowen, Charles Russell Baron, 1832-1900
Sexton, Thomas (1847-1932)
Stead, W. T. (1849-1912)
Stead, William Thomas (1849-1912)
Webb, Alfred (1834-1908)
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Boer fight for freedom, by Michael Davitt,..., The
Davitt's life: in sunshine and shade
Denvir's monthly Irish library, book of the month : Ireland's appeal to America.
Fall of feudalism in Ireland, or the story of the land league revolution, by Michael Davitt, The
Fragment of letter signed by Michael Davitt
Freacnairc mhearcair : rogha dánta 1970-1998
Gleann ar Ghleann
Illuminated address presented to Charles Stewart Parnell by the Land League on his return from the United States
Irish cause., The
John Redmond Papers
Jottings in solitary
Leaves from a prison diary, or Lectures to a "solitary" audience, by Michael Davitt,...
[Letter] 1882 August 2nd, Dublin [to] the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of Dublin, M.P., Dublin
Letter from Lysander Spooner to Michael Davitt asking for the return of his manuscripts
Letter from Michael Davitt to a Mr. Burns, asking him to put in a good word for his former private secretary, Thomas Shanahan, who is applying for a clerical appointment in the office of the London County Council
Letter from Michael Davitt to James Reynolds asking him to keep in contact with Buffalo
Letter from Michael Davitt to John Boyle O'Reilly regarding preparations for Charles Stewart Parnell's visit to America as President of the newly formed Irish National Land League
Letter from Michael Davitt to John Devoy ("Dixon") regarding funds given to Davitt out of the Skirmishing Fund, and the Fund's address regarding the possible eruption of violence as a result of the Land Movement
Letter from Michael Davitt to John Devoy regarding an article in the 'New York Herald' newspaper written by Chester Ives about the organisation of the I.R.B. and Davitt's expulsion from the Supreme Council
Letter from Michael Davitt to John Devoy regarding James Stephens, Thomas Francis Bourke, Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, and Thomas Clarke Luby
Letter from Michael Davitt to John Devoy regarding the growing success of the Land League despite the opposition of prominent Fenians like John O'Connor, Charles Kickham and P.N. Fitzgerald
Letter from Michael Davitt to John Devoy regarding the report in the 'Irish World' newspaper that Davitt received support from the Skirmishing Fund, and Richard Piggott's blackmailing methods
Letter from Michael Davitt to Lady Gregory suggesting that the financial aid of wealthy Irish Americans be sought to fund projected art gallery in Dublin
Letter from Michael Davitt to Mr. Cockcroft, referring to a lost book and records of dates he worked which may provide strong evidence in his favour
Letter from Michael Davitt to Mr. O'Connor regarding the "unfortunate Pigott children", suggesting a [W. Soames?] may be able to help them
Letter from Michael Davitt to Mr. Russell, regarding his return to Ireland as his wife is ill and reviewing his suggestions to see if they are reasonable
Letter from Michael Davitt to Mrs. W.Greaves apologising for the delay in answering her recent letter, explaining that he is busy with work so he cannot fix either a date or subject for the lecture
Letter from Michael Davitt to William Knox, replying to an invitation to speak in Belfast
Letter from Michael Davitt to William Lawson Micks re the former's remarks on the Cloncurry peerage in The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland
Letter from P.W. Dunne to Michael Davitt regarding the Kickham Fund created to help Charles Kickham, and how Clan na Gael should get involved
Letter : to Fanny Busher
Life and progress in Australasia, by Michael Davitt,...
Memoirs by Sophie Raffalovich O'Brien of a number of Irish political or literary figures of the early 20th cent.
Michael Davitt : collected writings, 1868-1906
Michael Hartnett Papers
new chapter in Irish history, The : impressions of the editor of the Dewsbury and Batley reporter of a recent visit to Ireland.
Note from Michael Davitt to Sabina Davitt asking her to send an enclosed note to Dr. William Carroll
Postcard from Eugene J. Flaherty to Michael Davitt asking for documentation relating to the management of a Land League branch
prison life of Michael Davitt related by himself, The : together with his evidence before the House of Lords Commission  on convict prison life.
Reasons why Home Rule should be granted to Ireland : an appeal to the common- sense of the British democracy
Report of the Executive of the Irish National Aid and Volunteer Dependants' Fund : for six months, ending 17th February, 1917.
rise of the Irish movement. An address delivered at the opening meeting, in the Antient Concert Rooms, Dublin, The
Rosamond Jacob Family Papers
settlement of the Irish Question, The : speech ... on April 11th 1893, in the House of Commons, on the second reading of the Home Rule Bill
Sheehy-Skeffington papers (Additional)
Sir Hugh Lane Additional Papers
Some suggestions for a final settlement of the land question
speech delivered by Michael Davitt in defence of the Land League., The
Sruth na maoile : Gaelic poetry from Scotland and Ireland
Telegram from Michael Davitt ("Webster") to John Devoy ("John Dixon") regarding his arrangements for arriving in Paris
To the Irish people : fellow countrymen
To the people of Ireland
Unionists" brought to book, by Michael Davitt, "
Within the pale; the true story of the anti-Semitic persecutions in Russia.