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Maxwell, John Grenfell, Sir, 1859-1929 National Library of Ireland

John Maxwell British Army officer and colonial governor Wikidata

John Maxwell British army officer and governor ISNI

Maxwell, John 1859-1929 German National Library

VIAF ID: 305118869 (Personal)


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Abstract of correspondence between the Army Command in Dublin and the British Home Office, headed "Sinn Fein Rebellion" National Library of Ireland
Copy of the court martial papers for Constance de Markievicz following the Easter Rising of 1916 National Library of Ireland
Correspondence and newsclippings re Dublin coal porters' strike National Library of Ireland
Correspondence of Joseph Brennan with Sir John Anderson, General Maxwell and Sir Hamar Greenwood re attack by Crown forces on his parents' home, Kilbrogan House, Bandon, Co. Cork National Library of Ireland
Handwritten copy of note from Eoin MacNeill to the military commander of the British Forces in Ireland requesting an urgent meeting, with covering copy of note sent by Eoin MacNeill to the Chief Secretary for Ireland, Dublin Castle National Library of Ireland
I.ii. Sinn Féin, Dáil Éireann, and IRA National Library of Ireland
John Redmond Papers National Library of Ireland
Letter from Sir John Maxwell to Mrs. Lillie Connolly [widow of James Connolly] regarding her attempts to retreive her husband's personal affects National Library of Ireland
Letters of the late Bishop O'Dwyer. National Library of Ireland
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 National Library of Ireland
Notice from General John Grenfell Maxwell that flag day collections to raise funds for the Irish Volunteer Dependents' Fund shall result in arrest and prosecution National Library of Ireland
Official form, signed by Sir John Grenfell Maxwell, forbidding Mary Josephine Plunkett, Countess Plunkett, from entering or residing in Ireland without written consent from a military figure, and for her to report her proposed new place of residence for approval National Library of Ireland
Order : I, General the right honourable Sir J. G. Maxwell, K.G.B. ; C.V.O. ; D.S.O. ; Commanding-in-Chief the Forces in Ireland, In exercise of power ... Regulations hereby prohibit the manufacture, sale, transfer or disposal of firearms, part of fire-arms, Military arms, parts of Military arms, ammunition or explosive substances...[dated] 30th March, 1916 National Library of Ireland
Public notice arms and ammunition National Library of Ireland
Public notice-Conveyance of letters out of Ireland ... [applying Regulation no. 24 of the Defence of the Realm (Consolidation) Regulations 1914 to the transmission of mail from Ireland to abroad] National Library of Ireland
Public notice. Passengers leaving Ireland ... no person shall embark as a passenger on board any vessel except at one of the following ports ... [dated] 2nd May, 1916. National Library of Ireland
Special Irish command order : message from H. M. The King... National Library of Ireland
Summary of evidence in the court-martial of George Oliver Plunkett National Library of Ireland

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