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Devoy, John, 1842-1928 Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Ireland

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VIAF ID: 45144637 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/45144637

ISNI: 0000  0000  6318  7360 

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Envelope from James Tierney, addressed to John Devoy National Library of Ireland
John Devoy's Catalpa expedition Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
Letter from John O'Regan to John Devoy looking for his correct address National Library of Ireland
Letter from Mary Jane O'Donovan-Rossa to John Devoy regarding donations and Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa's condition National Library of Ireland
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 National Library of Ireland
Letter from Michael Devoy, Madison, New Mexico, to his brother John Devoy arranging to meet John in Madison National Library of Ireland
Letter from Mitchel O'Grady to John Devoy enquiring as to the possibility of publication of his entry in the 'Evening Mail' National Anthem competition in America National Library of Ireland
Letter from Mrs. Michael J. Flynn to John Devoy asking for financial assitance National Library of Ireland
Letter from O'Neill Ryan to John Devoy in which he mentions the recent passing of Charles Francis Murphy (Head of New York City's Tammany Hall from 1902–1924) and wishes Devoy all the best with his cataract operation National Library of Ireland
Letter from P.C. Walsh, New York, to John Devoy asking him to speak at a fundraising lecture for his brother-in-law David Leahy, who is ill National Library of Ireland
Letter from P. F. Magrath to John Devoy in which he describes "poor Parnell" as having "died of a broken heart" National Library of Ireland
Letter from P. M. Haverty to John Devoy informing him that he witnessed a Mr O'Rourke behaving in an offensive manner National Library of Ireland
Letter from Pat Murphy to John Devoy in which he tells Devoy that Irish independence can only be gained through physical force National Library of Ireland
Letter from Patrick Collins to John Devoy detailing his I.R.B. involvement and his time in places including Preston, Manchester, York, Tralee, Killarney and Limerick National Library of Ireland
Letter from Patrick F. Downey to John Devoy regarding political events in Europe and how Europe has been affected by the First World War National Library of Ireland
Letter from Patrick O'Brien ("Rocky") to John Devoy regarding circulars sent about the 'Gaelic American' newspaper National Library of Ireland
Letter from Paul M. Sheedy, Pittsburgh, to John Devoy regarding the setting up of new "D"s National Library of Ireland
Letter from Peter Devoy, Dublin, to his uncle John Devoy regarding his aunt Brigid's illness National Library of Ireland
Letter from Private Bill Curry to John Devoy letting him know that he has secured employment as a van driver in Washington, District of Columbia National Library of Ireland
Letter from Robert Johnson to John Devoy saying he has been wanting to write to him for a long time but wasn't sure if it was safe, and wants him to visit Ireland National Library of Ireland
Letter from Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh to John Devoy regarding Éamon de Valera's arrival in America and the work of the American Commission on Irish Independence at the Paris Peace Conference National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas H. Ronayne to John Devoy regarding a failure on Devoy's part to send out copies of the 'Nation' to subscribers that Ronayne had signed up National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas H. Ronayne to John Devoy suggesting that they "combine the Presidency" of the Irish National League and the "Chairmanship" of the United Brotherhood (Clan na Gael) National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas O'Flynn (National Secretary, Ancient Order of Hibernians Derry) to John Devoy thanking him on behalf of the organisation for all his "sterling services" to the national cause National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas P. Tuite to John Devoy asking his advice on selling a painting of Robert Emmet, regarding Dr. Thomas Addis Emmet, and asking him to write to Sr. Mary of St. Francis Patrick Doherty National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas Philbin to John Devoy regarding a convention, "Gannon", the "triangle", his local camp, and the murder of Dr. Patrick Henry Cronin National Library of Ireland
Letter from Timothy Riordan to John Devoy regarding internal politics of Clan na Gael National Library of Ireland
Letter from W.F. Clarke to John Devoy passing on the name of the former captain of the 30th street police station National Library of Ireland
Letter from William F. Stockley, Fredericton, to John Devoy regarding the execution of Louis Riel, his Canadian friends' views on Ireland, and his plans to give a lecture to his students on Ireland National Library of Ireland
Letter from William O'Mulcahy, Grand Forks, to John Devoy regarding letters from J.J. O'Kelly and Patrick Egan, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, Charles Stewart Parnell, Archbishop of Cashel and Emly Thomas Croke and Archbishop of Dublin William Walsh National Library of Ireland
Letter from William O'Mulcahy, Grand Forks, to John Devoy regarding the possibility of Fr. Eugene Sheehy acting as an Irish Republican Army envoy in Chicago, and asking him not to keep their correspondence a secret National Library of Ireland
Letter from William O'Mulcahy, Grand Forks, to John Devoy regarding the support for Devoy in the face of the "triangle", O'Mulcahy's arguments with "C" and F.F. Millen, rumours of Devoy's drinking habits, and the 'Irish Nation' newspaper National Library of Ireland
Letter of introduction for T. F. Griffin to John Devoy by John P. Howard National Library of Ireland
Michael Davitt : from the Gaelic American Library of Congress/NACO
Postcard from James Redpath to John Devoy regarding Redpath's attempt to see Devoy before he leaves on a trip National Library of Ireland
Postcard from Michael Scanlon, Washington D.C., to John Devoy looking for information on Thomas Desmond National Library of Ireland
Receipt from the New York Press Club to John Devoy for membership dues National Library of Ireland
Recollections of an Irish rebel. - Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland German National Library
Telegram (copy) from Patrick W. Crowe to John Devoy telling him to postpone Tuesday's meeting until 3pm National Library of Ireland
Telegram from Dr. William Carroll to John Devoy with details of where (J. Dixon hotel) and when (8 August) to meet in Paris National Library of Ireland
Telegram from James J. O'Kelly ("Henry Baker") to John Devoy regarding instructions for transportation of luggage to the Albion Hotel, Montreal National Library of Ireland
Telegram from John Boyle O'Reilly to John Devoy regarding a pamphlet entitled "Revolution" National Library of Ireland
Telegram from John Dillon to John Devoy stating that he will not be able to go on the 'Gallia' boat National Library of Ireland
Telegram from Joseph McGarrity to John Devoy informing him that Luke Dillon is on his way to Atlantic City National Library of Ireland
Telegram from Kate McBride to her brother John Devoy regarding her travel arrangements National Library of Ireland
Telegram from M. Minton to John Devoy telling him to meet Captain Boland at 7:15pm that evening in New York National Library of Ireland
Telegram from Thomas Gallagher to John Devoy regarding a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing National Library of Ireland
Telegram from Thomas Mannix to John Devoy asking if De Valera can visit Portland after San Francisco, Mannix can guarantee "at least two thousand dollars" National Library of Ireland
Telegram to John Devoy telling him to go to the Clarendon at 8pm Thursday and ask for Kearney National Library of Ireland
Tom Clarke and Kathleen Clarke Papers National Library of Ireland
Typescript letter from John Devoy to Joseph McGarrity including copies of letters between John Devoy and Harry Boland, asking Joseph McGarrity on which dates he could meet with them and the Executive of Clan-na-Gael, and manuscript reply from Joseph McGarrity informing John Devoy that he can attend any meetings on a couple of days notice National Library of Ireland

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