Sinn Fein Rebellion, 1916: Large portfolio of part and full newspapers, including, Irish Independent, Irish Times, Weekly Irish Times, Weekly Freeman, Cork Examiner, Daily Sketch, Saturday Herald etc., principally issued between 26 April 1916 & May 15th, 1916, together approx. 45 items, in good condition, and all relating to Roger Casement, 1916 Rebellion, Executions and Aftermath. a very good lot. As newspaper, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Michael Collins, Arthur Griffith & The Civil War: Important collection of part Newspapers, including: Cork Examiner, Weekly Freeman, Freeman’s Journal, Irish Independent, Daily Sketch, etc., all relating to The Civil War, and the final days and funeral of Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith, approx. 40 items, dated principally between Aug. 1st & Aug. 31st, 1922. A very good lot, as newspapers, w.a.f. a large portfolio. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: [Ryan (W.P.)]ed. The Irish Nation and The Peasant, Vol. I No. 1 (Jan. 2nd 1909) – Vol. 2 No. 98, (Nov. 12th, 1910), together approx. 40 nos. (incomplete) atlas folio D. 1909 – 1910, all loose as issued, good. As a newspaper, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: The Peasant and Irish Ireland, A National Weekly Newspaper and Review. Vol. I No. 1 (Feb. 9th, 1907) – Vol. 2 No. 98 (Dec. 19, 1908), together approx. 54 issues (incomplete), lg. atlas folio D. 1907-1908, all loose as issued, good. As a periodical, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: The Irish Volunteer – An t-Oglach, Vol. I No. 28 – No. 38, together 7 nos. (incomplete) Aug. 15 – Oct. 24, 1914; = … Continued as The Irish Volunteer, Edited by Eoin Mac Neill, Vol. 2, No. 1 – Vol. 2, No. 71 (New Series), Dec. 5th 1914 – April 15th 1916, together approx. 50 nos. (incomplete), as a coll., w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: The Irishman, Edited by A. Newman. Vol. I No. 11 – Vol. II No. 26, together approx. 19 nos., Dublin Sept. 16, 1916 – June 30th, 1917; = also some odd numbers of The Leader, some browning or dirt stains, as newspapers, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: Judge (M.J.)ed. The Irish Nation, Vol. 1, No. 22 & 24 – 42, together 20 numbers, lg. 4to Dublin Nov. 18, 1916 – April 7, 1917, good. As a periodical, w.a.f.
* Policy – Opposed to the Irish Parliamentary Party, disapproves of Sinn Fein, & Repeal of the Act of Union. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: Griffith (Arthur) editor. Ireland – Eire, Vol. I No. 1 – Vol. I No. 30, together 20 numbers, (ex. 30) folio D. Oct. 26th – Dec. 4, 1914, some small tears & dirt marks, but a good run of this scarce Republican periodical, a newspaper, w.a.f.
* The first number was published in order to Report the proceedings of First Irish Volunteers Convention. Owing to Military Orders and Removal of Printing Machinery, the paper cased publication on 4th Dec. 1914. Scarce. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: Griffith (Arthur) ed. Scissors and Paste, Vol. I No. 2 – No. 22, together approx. 12 issues, Dublin Dec. 16th, 1914 – Feb. 27th, 1915 (last issue), folio, some browning & tears at folds. Scarce. Appeared a few days after the suppression of ‘Sinn Fein’ and ‘Éire”; = also Irish Opinion – A Weekly Newspaper and Review, Vol. I No. 12 – Vol. I No. 44, together 18 nos. incomplete, lg. 4to Dublin Sept. 2nd 1916 – April 14th, 1917, good. As a coll. of newspapers, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: Griffith (Arthur) ed. Nationality. Vol. I No. 7, Vol. 2 No. 7 (New Series). Approx. 38 nos., incomplete, folio lg. folio Dublin June 26th 1915 – March 30th 1918. Some frayed edges, or browning, otherwise good. Printed by P. Mahon, and published at the Offices, 6 Harcourt Street, Dublin. As newspapers, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Republican Newspapers: Group of varied Newspapers covering principally Redmond & Irish Volunteers, The Sinn Fein Rebellion, and The Civil War, mostly American & English papers. As a lot, 1 portfolio, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Important Run of Irish Independent
The Troubles in Ireland: A very important run of The Irish Independent, covering the period from April 5th, 1920 – April 30th, 1923, the contents consists of most of the pages relating to Republican Activities, and is contained in 15 lg. folio volumes, all issues in good condition. As newspapers, w.a.f. V. Rare.
* A highly important collection covering in great detail some of the most eventful years in modern Irish History. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: Griffith (Arthur)ed. Sinn Fein, Vol. 1 No. 1 – Vol. III No. 105, (incomplete) but approx. 65 nos., from May 5th 1906 – May 9th, 1908, in loose format as issued. Good. As a periodical, w.a.f. Scarce. (1)More details ›
First Appearance of Amhran na bhFiann
Newspaper: Irish Freedom – Saoirse na h-Eireann, No. 10 (Aug. 1911) – No. 48 (Oct. 1914), together approx. 32 nos. (incomplete) lg. atlas folio D. 1911-1914, bound as one vol. As newspapers, w.a.f.
* The very first printing of The Irish National Anthem appears in No. 23, Sept. 1912. Scarce. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: [Griffith (Arthur) editor]. Nationality, Vol. I No. 1 (June 19th 1915) – No. 45 (April 22nd 1916), together approx. 35 nos; = also New Series, Vol. I No. 1 (Feb. 17th 1917) – Vol. 3 No. 29, (Aug. 30, 1919), approx. 115 nos., in all approx. 150 nos (incomplete) folio and lg. atlas folio D. 1915 – 1919, all loose as issued, some copies soiled or damp stained, some rust marks, but a good run of this journal. As a periodical, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Irish Newspapers: [Mac Neill (Eoin)ed] An Claidheamh Soluis (The Gaelic League Weekly) Vol. I No. 3 (April 1st 1899) – Vol. XII No. 42 (Dec. 24th 1910), together approx. 470 issues (incomplete), folio D. 1899 – 1910, mostly in loose form as issued. As a periodical, w.a.f.
*A very large run of this important Journal, the voice of The Gaelic League, which was edited by Padraic H. Pearse from 1903 to July 1908. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: 1798: A good collection of 25 original issues of The General Evening Post, London, published between February 24th and October 2nd, 1798, containing detailed reports on the 1798 Rebellion in Ireland, all loose as issued, v. good. As newspapers, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Newspapers: Dalton (Edward) [pseudo. i.e. Sean Doyle] editor. The Spark, Keep the Fires of the Nation Burning. Vol. I No. 1 – Vol. III No. 63, together approx. 35 Nos. (ex. 64), 4to Dublin Feb. 7th 1915 – April 16th 1916, good copies generally; = also Galbraith (G.)ed. Honesty, An Outspoken Scrap of Paper. Vol. I No. 1 – Vol. I No. 5, together 4 nos. Dublin Oct. 16th – Nov. 13th 1915, some stains, otherwise good lot. As periodical, w.a.f. (1)More details ›
Daniel O’Connell Centenary Celebrations
Newspaper: The Weekly Freeman and Irish Agriculturist, single number, for Sat. August 14, 1875, 8pp lg. atlas folio. This issue contains extensive coverage of O’Connell’s Centenary Celebrations, messages from various local groups, town councils, different trades and co-operatives etc., etc., extensively repaired, recently bound in modern heavy cloth. Ex. Rare.
* A wonderful record, with illustrations of the numerous banners of the various trades, Trunk & Case Makers, The Nail makers, The Silk Weavers, Cart & Wagon Builders etc., most of which are long since defunct. Also loosely inserted, a reproduction colour print of the painting by Charles Russell of the huge Precession in O’Connell St., on the occasion, of O’Connell’s Centenary. (1)More details ›
Archive of Irish Civil War Press Cuttings
A very good large collection of press cuttings mostly from English newspapers, circa 1923-24, many hundreds, mostly mounted on folio copy pages, and contained in three storage boxes labelled “Irish Civil War – Press Cuttings from English Papers,” As a coll. of cuttings, w.a.f.
Provenance: Prof. T.P. O’Neill, De Valera’s authorised biographer. The cuttings are in very good condition, and are methodically arranged. A very useful historical source, which certainly could not be re-assembled nowadays. (1)More details ›