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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 Nora Burke to John Devoy regarding Ricard O'Sullivan Burke's declining health 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.M to John Devoy informing him that that the 'The Republic' newspaper received his dispatch to late too be included in Wednesday's edition National Library of Ireland
Letter from P.W. Dunne, Chicago, to John Devoy regarding the "old" constitution and the Skirmishing Fund 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 Mahon to John Devoy regarding a $15,000 Draft on Credit for unintified person (name cut out of letter) 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 Richard Pigott, Dublin, to John Devoy supporting Devoy's opposition against "mischevious sham agitation for Home Rule" and regarding A.M. Sullivan National Library of Ireland
Letter from Robert Cranston to John Devoy asking Devoy to invest $100 or $200 into Cranston's new "cotton and wool waste business" National Library of Ireland
Letter from Sean Cusack to John Devoy asking Devoy's help in his campaign to be reinstated in the Free State Army, Cusack had been involved in the Irish Republican Brotherhood and the Irish Volunteers in Belfast National Library of Ireland
Letter from Terence Cavanagh to John Devoy asking why he has stopped receiving copies of the 'Gaelic American' newspaper National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas Clarke to John Devoy with news of upcoming protest meeting in the Mansion House on Coronation Day to celebrate Wolfe Tone's birthday 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 in which he apologises for the delay in sending Devoy his "credentials" National Library of Ireland
Letter from Timothy Riordan to John Devoy regarding decision to send out circulars to all members including "50 to 100 in bad standing" National Library of Ireland
Letter from William Moore Robinson to John Devoy regarding John O'Connor's daughter and her difficulty acquiring a passport from the United States authorities National Library of Ireland
Letter from William O'Mulcahy, Grand Forks, to John Devoy regarding the split in Clan na Gael National Library of Ireland
Letter from William P. Rend to John Devoy in which he says he would be "glad as soon as I can find time to visit you to talk over the subject to which you refer" National Library of Ireland
Letter from William P. Rend to John Devoy informing him that he would be happy to meet Devoy once he returns from his travels National Library of Ireland
Letter of introduction for T. F. Griffin to John Devoy by John P. Howard National Library of Ireland
Letters addressed mainly to Lady Gregory (with some addressed to Sir W. Gregory) from well-known political and literary figures including H.H. Asquith, Margot Asquith, Augustine Birrell, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Pádraic Colum, Éamon de Valera, Aubrey de Vere, John Devoy, W.G. Fay, Frank Gallagher, William Gladstone, W.G. Grace, David Lloyd George, Count John McCormack, Ramsay MacDonald, J.G. Mahaffy, Sydney Morgan, Standish O'Grady, and George Wyndham National Library of Ireland
Letters and telegrams, mainly to John Devoy, on political and private matters, from correspondents A-B National Library of Ireland
Letters in cypher with typed translation from Liam Clarke (and Kate Wilson) to John Devoy National Library of Ireland
Memorandum from James Gordon Bennett to John Devoy regarding work duties National Library of Ireland
Michael Davitt : from the Gaelic American Library of Congress/NACO
Note from O'Neill Ryan to [John Devoy?] with details of District Attorney election results between 1901 and 1904 National Library of Ireland
Photostat of circular concerning the expulsion of John Devoy from Clan-na-Gael sent by John Devoy to Joseph McGarrity with annotations by both National Library of Ireland
Postcard from James Redpath to John Devoy regarding Redpath's attempt to see Devoy before he leaves on a trip 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 O'Connor ("John Wiclo") to John Devoy regarding receipt of a letter enclosure and telegram, and mentioning "Harrison" 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 Patrick Mahon to John Devoy stating that he fully agreed with Devoy's "suggestion for (an) agricultural department" in recent letter National Library of Ireland
Telegram from William Connolly to John Devoy informing him that he is house-bound as a result of a fall National Library of Ireland
Telegraph from George F. O'Shaunossy to John Devoy requesting that his name be put on a "cable" National Library of Ireland
Tom Clarke and Kathleen Clarke Papers National Library of Ireland
Typescript copy letter of complaint from Tommy O'Connor to John Devoy demanding that he does not put his name again in the 'Gaelic American', describing his article on the Easter rising as "felon setting" and stating "you do not shine as an historian" National Library of Ireland

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