The story of Mary O’Dwyer. By Oisín Ó Síocháin Mary O’Dwyer was born Mary Breen, and married Ned O’Dwyer. She was born in Dualla, South Tipperary, in 1902, and was […]

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The composition of the jury that tried and convicted Roger Casement. By Niamh Howlin Once the authorities had decided to try Roger Casement in the English civil courts, his solicitor, […]

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The life of John Roy Lynch, whose political career during Reconstruction is one of the most remarkable achievements in the pantheon of Irish-American politics. By Joe Regan On 3 November […]

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The life and times of John Philpot Curran. By Patrick Gageby Sadly, barristers are not now as popular as they used to be. John Philpot Curran was probably the most […]

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Earliest Theobald Wolfe Tone manuscripts (1783) recently discovered. By Sylvie Kleinman When Theobald Wolfe Tone’s son William published his father’s papers as the Life in 1826, he admitted suppressing ‘the […]

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