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O'Leary, John, 1830-1907 National Library of the Netherlands Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland German National Library

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VIAF ID: 79256788 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  7149  2883 

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'98 Centenary Committee, City Hall, Dublin, 26th November, 1897. Objects, from Constitution: ... National Library of Ireland
An autograph signed manuscript letter [2pp.] from John O'Leary, dated 25 October 1903 [from 17 Temple St., Dublin] to Joseph Ignatius Constantine Clark, editor of 'The New York Herald' enclosing a typed and signed autograph letter from William Butler Yeats, [with autograph corrections in Yeats' own hand] on headed notepaper of John Quinn's New York residence "120 Broadway", dated 13 November, 1903; National Library of Ireland
Circular entitled 'National Memorial to Theobald Wolfe Tone and United Irishmen. An Appeal to Irish Nationalists Everywhere' requesting for subscriptions, from John O'Leary and others National Library of Ireland
Envelopes relating to correspondence from John O'Leary to John Devoy National Library of Ireland
How Irishmen should feel. National Library of Ireland
The Irish people: : a weekly journal of national politics & literature. ... National Library of Ireland
Irish people (Dublin : 1863) National Library of Ireland
John O'Leary / Marcus Bourke, 1967 Sudoc [ABES], France
Letter from John O'Leary, 59 Blessington St., Dublin, to Edmund Downey, offering advice about a series of re-publications of classic Irish novels National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary ("John Knox") to John Devoy complaining of delays on the part of Devoy and the Secretary of Clan-na-Gael in contacting him which have kept him from making use of his time in New York National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary ("John Knox") to John Devoy ("Mr. Barrow") regarding purchase of arms, suspicions regarding William Mackey Lomasney, a note and receipt from "Digby" and Devoy's lectures National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary ("John Knox") to John Devoy ("Mr Barrow") seeking to arrange a meeting of the Revolutionary Directory on a date suggested by Dr William Carroll ("Clinch") National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to James J. O'Kelly regarding publication of O'Kelly's plays, writing for his paper, procurement of arms, Fr Thomas Burke's responses to James Anthony Froude's lectures, Pagan O'Leary's request for a photograph, Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa's behaviour in relation to Richard Pigott, and his nephew "King"'s departure for New York National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to [James Stephens], seeking an address and stating that he cannot send him money but offering to help him in other ways National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to John Devoy introducing Professor W. F. P. Stockley National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to John Devoy regarding Devoy's speech on Parliamentary policy, "Mr. Kelly"'s friendship with John O'Connor Power, his belief that Devoy has been misled by Michael Davitt regarding sending "Nationalists" to Parliament, and plans to establish a newspaper National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to John Devoy regarding the reception to be given to A. M. Sullivan and a letter from Matthew Harris National Library of Ireland
Letter from John O'Leary to Lady Gregory thanking her for a gift of game National Library of Ireland
Note from John O'Leary, presumably to John Devoy asking him to send post care of Patrick Casey in future and criticising his lenience to "Daly" National Library of Ireland
Part of letter from John O'Leary to John Devoy in defence of General F.F. Millen in regard to the National Fund National Library of Ireland
Poems and ballads of young Ireland, 1998: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Postcard from Charles Gavan Duffy to John O'Leary stating that if the 'Irish Nation' newspaper does not print his final letter on John Pigot and the Young Irelander Rebellion of 1848 then he will refuse to subscribe to it National Library of Ireland
Postcard from John O'Leary to Crissie M. Doyle, stating that he will send her the information that she wants when he gets back to Dublin National Library of Ireland
Postcard from John O'Leary to Edmund Downey, Munster House, Lucien Road, Tooting, London National Library of Ireland
Postcard from John O'Leary to John Devoy stating his intention to be at "Mr [Quin]'s" the following evening National Library of Ireland
Postcard from John O'Leary to William O'Donovan regarding an article in the 'Irish Nation' on Faustin-Adolphe Hélie's statements on Ireland, and criticism of Michael Davitt National Library of Ireland
Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism Library of Congress/NACO German National Library National Library of the Netherlands Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Ireland
Some letters from W.B. Yeats to John O'Leary and his sister. National Library of Ireland
Who Mr. Rolleston is National Library of Ireland
The writings of James Fintan Lalor : with an introduction embodying personal recollections National Library of Ireland
Young Ireland: the old and the new. : Being the inaugural address [of the] Young Ireland Society, delivered in the Round Room, Rotundo, on 19th January, 1885, [to the] Young Ireland Society. National Library of Ireland

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