Letter from James Larkin to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Letter from James Larkin, Workers’ Union of Ireland, Thomas Ashe Hall, 5a, College Street, Dublin, to Fr. Aloysius Travers, assuring him that he will make arrangements for a meeting soon. Larkin declares that ‘the pressure has been so heavy that not only have I had to spend the l

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Letter from James O'Connor to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Letter from James O’Connor, solicitor, to Fr. Aloysius Travers regarding a note from British military authorities affirming that ‘certain historical papers … [which] were returned to the late Archbishop Walsh ... . O’Connor advises Fr. Aloysius to ascertain from the Archbishop’s

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Postcard from 'E. Ní F' to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Postcard to Fr. Aloysius Travers, Church Street, from ‘E. Ní F’ declaring that a ‘very small room for your friend’ is ready in August. The author also affirms that ‘we have had a very quiet time in Rinn but you know we are very much behind the times’. The photographic print of th

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Admission ticket to the first meeting of Dáil Éireann

Admission ticket to the first meeting of Dáil Éireann which took place in the Round Room of the Mansion House on 21 January 1919. In Irish: ‘Permit or ticket allowing bearer (unnamed) to attend the first assembly of Dáil Eireann on Tuesday 21 January 1919’. The ticket is signed b

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Letter from Arthur Griffith to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Letter from Arthur Griffith, Nationality Offices, 6 Harcourt Street, Dublin, to Fr. Aloysius Travers apologising for being unavailable to meet Fr. Aloysius. He adds ‘My friend the bearer … can take any message for me or make any arrangements to suit you’.

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Letter from Clement Shorter to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Letter from Clement Shorter, 16 Marlborough Place (British journalist and literary critic) to Fr. Aloysius Travers, thanking him for letter of sympathy on the death of his wife, Dora Sigerson Shorter.

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Letter from [L.J. Colbert] to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Letter from [L.J. Colbert], Shanagolden [Limerick] expressing happiness that ‘the poor martyrs are not forgotten’. Reference is also made to the ‘cruel treatment of the poor young fellows and the gentle and tenderly reared Countess [Markievicz]’.

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Letter from George Noble Plunkett to Fr. Aloysius Travers

Letter from George Noble Plunkett, 26 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, to Fr. Aloysius Travers asking him to attend ‘an Assembly to make Ireland’s claim for liberty before the Peace Conference’.

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Letter from Muriel MacDonagh to Fr. Aloysius Travers

She expresses her regret on hearing of Fr. Aloysius’s recent illness. She wrote: ‘When I asked for you to go and see [her son] Don I had no notion that you were ill …’. She added ‘Please thank Fr. Albert from me and his promise to go and see Don, also for the copy of the Catholic

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