Volunteers and Citizen Army unite to celebrate Parnell Day
The annual Parnell Day celebrations saw up to 3,000 Volunteers led by Prof Eoin MacNeill march through Dublin to Glasnevin, along with men from the Irish Citizen Army.
Many of those who took part carried rifles with fixed bayonets, while others brandished swords.
On returning to Parnell Square, speakers at a rally said that the Volunteers stood for the same national cause that their fathers had fought and died for, and not for any new-fangled brand of nationalism.
It was claimed also that, in flying the Union Jack above his home at Aughavanagh, John Redmond had at last found his true flag.