Maud Gonne's Irish Nationalist Writings 1895-1946

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Maud Gonne's Irish Nationalist Writings 1895-1946

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Table of Contents

Illustrations                                      viii
Acknowledgements ix
Chronology of Maud Gonne's Life xi
Introduction: Maud Gonne and the Irish xix
Nationalist Press, 1895-1946
Selected Works about Maud Gonne xxxix
PART ONE: AMNESTY 1 (38)
Those Who Are Suffering for Ireland.
Northern Patriot, 1895 6 (2)
A Manifesto.
Newcastle Weekly Chronicle, 1895 8 (2)
Amnesty Agitation in Ireland.
Shan Van Vocht, 1897 10 (1)
My Experiences in Prison.
Irish Citizen, 1919 11 (5)
Branding.
Republic of Ireland,1922 16 (1)
The Treatment of Eileen Colgan.
Eire: The Irish Nation, 1923 17 (1)
To the Editor.
Sinn F駟n,1924 18 (1)
Political Prisoners: Outside and In.
Voice of Ireland, 1924 19 (4)
Conditions of Prisoners.
Republican File, 1931 23 (1)
Prisoners in the Free State.
An Phoblaclit, 1932 24 (3)
Ireland, 1936.
Saoirse na hEireanri, 1936 27 (2)
Arbour Hill.
Saoirse na hEireanri, 1936 29 (3)
Ourselves.
Prison Bars, 1937 32 (1)
The Gaol Gates Must Be Opened.
Prion Bars, 1937 33 (1)
The Coercion Act and Its Effect.
Prison Bars, 1938 34 (1)
The Birthday of Prison Bars.
Prison Bars, 1938 35 (2)
A Request.
Irish Times, 1946 37 (2)
PART TWO: THE CAUSE OF IRELAND 39 (70)
The Work of the United Irishmen: A Seasonable
Hint.
United Ireland, 1897 43 (3)
Remember '98!
Shan Van Vocht, 1898 46 (1)
Irishmen and the British Army.
Workers' Republic, 1898 47 (3)
Jingoism in Dublin.
United Irishman, 1899 50 (2)
Cowards or Traitors.
United Irishman, 1899 52 (2)
The Famine Queen.
United Irishman, 1900 54 (3)
Her Subjects.
United Irishman, 1900 57 (2)
Ireland Under Victoria: 1837-1900 (Parts
I-VII).
United Irishman, 1900 59 (12)
Irishmen and the English Army.
United Irishman, 1900 71 (4)
In the Event of War.
United Irishman, 1900 75 (3)
Letter to the Editor of the Irish World.
United Irishman, 1901 78 (1)
Ireland To-Day.
United Irishman, 1901 79 (9)
Toleration.
United Irishman, 1901 88 (2)
Ways of Checking Emigration.
United Irishman, 1901 90 (6)
Jurypacking.
United Irishman, 1901 96 (3)
An Embarrassed King.
United Irishman, 1902 99 (2)
The Irish Press.
United Irishman, 1903 101 (8)
PART THREE: THE DOWNTRODDEN 109 (50)
The Rights of Life and the Rights of Property.
Workers' Republic, 1898 113 (2)
Famine! My Experiences in Mayo.
Daily Nation, 1898 115 (4)
Famine in the West.
Irish Daily Independent, 1898 119 (3)
Relief Work in Erris.
Freeman's Journal, 1898 122 (4)
A Question of Policy.
United Irishman, 1899 126 (3)
The Evicted Tenants.
United Irishman, 1899 129 (2)
What We Owe the Children.
United Irishman, 1900 131 (2)
How the Poor Live in Castlerea.
United Irishman, 1901 133 (2)
Ireland and the Children.
United Irishman, 1902 135 (3)
National Education of the Children.
United Irishman, 1902 138 (3)
The Children Must Be Fed.
Bean na hノireann, 1910 141 (3)
Feeding the Schoolchildren.
Bean na hEireann,1910 144 (2)
The Children's Case.
Bean na hノireann,1910 146 (3)
Responsibility.
Irish Review, 1911 149 (2)
Our Irish Children.
Irish Worker, 1912 151 (3)
Letter to Women Workers' Column.
Irish Worker, 1912 154 (2)
The Real Criminals.
Irish Worker, 1913 156 (1)
Meals for School Children.
Irish Times, 1913 157 (2)
PART FOUR: TRANS-NATIONAL SOLIDARITY 159 (26)
Signs of Hope.
United Irishman, 1900 162 (2)
The Boer Women.
United Irishman, 1900 164 (3)
India.
United Irishman, 1900 167 (5)
The World's Justice.
United Irishman, 1900 172 (5)
Ireland and Her Foreign Relations.
United Irishman, 1900 177 (5)
Ireland and Irish-America.
United Irishman, 1901 182 (3)
PART FIVE: THE LITERARY REVIVAL 185 (28)
The Goddess Brigid.
United Irishman, 1900 189 (4)
Eitne.
United Irishman, 1902 193 (4)
Emer.
United Irishman, 1902 197 (4)
A National Theatre.
United Irishman, 1903 201 (3)
Dawn.
United Irishman, 1904 204 (9)
PART SIX: THE FAILURES OF THE FREE STATE 213 (28)
MacBride House Raided.
Republic of Ireland, 1922 218 (1)
A Worthy President of the Free State.
Sinn F駟n, 1923 219 (2)
Condemnation of the Provisional Government.
Eire, 1923 221 (3)
Bartholmew Noone, IRA.
Eire, 1924 224 (1)
A Protest Addressed to ニ.
Eire, 1924 225 (2)
How We Beat the Terrorist Proclamations.
Au Plioblaclit,1932 227 (4)
Must We Fight Again For Ireland's Honour?
Au Plioblaclit, 1933 231 (2)
The Proclamation of the Republic: Ireland's
Charter of Liberty.
Prison Bars, 1937 233 (1)
1937 Constitution.
Prison Bars, 1937 234 (1)
Are We Pagans?
Prison Bars, 1938 235 (1)
Beware of Pickpockets.
Prison Bars, 1938 236 (2)
Fascism, Communism, and Ireland.
Ireland Today, 1938 238 (3)
PART SEVEN: PARTITION AND THE NORTH 241 (28)
Practical Work: Central Relief Fund Necessary.
Prison Bars, 1938 244 (2)
The History of the Orange Order.
Irish Press, 1939 246 (4)
History Explains Orange Order's Anti-Catholic
Bias.
Irish Press, 1939 250 (4)
Object Was Extermination of Catholics,
Grattan Said.
Irish Press, 1939 254 (3)
Orange Order: Go, Wreck the Catholic Church!
Irish Press, 1939 257 (3)
When Children Were Marks for Orange Bullets.
Irish Press, 1939 260 (3)
English Statesmen Relied on the Lodges.
Irish Press, 1939 263 (3)
The Real Case Against Partition.
Capuchin Annual, 1943 266 (3)
Notes 269 (12)
Appendix 281 (18)
Patriotic Children's Treat 283 (13)
First Meeting of Inghinidhe na hEireann 296 (3)
Index 299