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Statement on men of military age in Ireland

Statement on men of military age in Ireland

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 22793 1) (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 22793 2) (Image: National Archive of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 22793 3)

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Publications seized by the police since the Rebellion

Publications seized by the police since the Rebellion

The Dublin Provincial Newsagent, Booksellers and Stationers Association wrote to the Chief Secretary's Office in November 1916 asking what publications have been seized by police. The reply said it is only publications likely to cause disaffection. The list of seized publications includes 'The Murder Machine', 'Irish War News', 'Who fears...

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Relief work and training for after the war

Relief work and training for after the war

Other files which accompanied the below images explained that the plans were a proposal for the War Services Advisory Bureau and Central Clearing House in Ireland. The memo to the Under Secretary said these documents appear to be a scheme to set up a sort of Irish Cabinet, the activities...

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Dublin handbill censored

Dublin handbill censored

The handbill distributed by Brett & Co. (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 16887 2)  (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 16887 1)

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Irish prisoner escapes Frongoch

Irish prisoner escapes Frongoch

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 13549 10) (Image: National Archives of Ireland CSO RP 1916 13549 1)

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Irish flag for the Canadian National Exhibition

Irish flag for the Canadian National Exhibition

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 10521 1) (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 10521 2)

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September weather report

September weather report

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 17643)

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List of Rebellion Casualties

List of Rebellion Casualties

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 1916-13272-1-1) (Image: National Archives of Ireland CSORP-1916-13272-21) (Image: National Archives of Ireland CSORP-1916-13272-22) (Image: National Archives of Ireland CSORP-1916-13272-9) (Image: National Archives of Ireland CSORP-1916-13272-10) (Image: National Archives of Ireland CSORP-1916-1327...

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Rebuilding Dublin

Rebuilding Dublin

A letter of recommendation for an architect appointed as part of a team to rebuild Dublin after the damage done during Easter week 1916, along with a sample drawing.   (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 9228 1) (Image: National Archive of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 9228 2)

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Civilians shot during Rising

Civilians shot during Rising

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 12390)

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Roger Casement letter

Roger Casement letter

(Image: National Library of Ireland, MS 49,154 /12/2, page 1) (Image: National Library of Ireland, MS 49,154 /12/2, page 2) (Image: National Library of Ireland, MS 49,154 /12/2, page 3) (Image: National Library of Ireland, MS 49,154 /12/2, page 4)

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Summer weather reports

Summer weather reports

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 11825) (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 13593) 

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Easter Rising Compensation Claim

Easter Rising Compensation Claim

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 11523)

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Letters from the front: Frank Gunning

Letters from the front: Frank Gunning

Frank Gunning was born in Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh in 1894. After the outbreak of war in August 1914 he enlisted, along with his brother George to the 7th Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. After training in the Curragh Camp, they were sent to Gallipoli in May 1915.  While at Gallipoli Frank...

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Letters from the front: Thomas Gordon Fitzpatrick

Letters from the front: Thomas Gordon Fitzpatrick

Thomas Gordon Fitzpatrick was born in Dublin in 1880. He was the younger son of Reverend William and Euphemia Fitzpatrick. He married Ethel Francis Macready in 1900 and they lived in Mount Pleasant Square, Ranelagh in Dublin. Together they had nine children: Aileen, William, Doreen, Desmond, Sheila, Terence, Pat, Jack and...

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Sympathy for Roger Casement

Sympathy for Roger Casement

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 165557 1) (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 165557 1)

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Emigration Report 1916

Emigration Report 1916

The emigration statistics for April 1916 broken down by province and religious profession. (Image: National Archive of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 7849 1) The emigration statistics from 1895 to April 1916. (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 7849 2) The emigration statistics for January to April 1916 broken down by month. (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916...

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Business resumes at Jacob & Co.

Business resumes at Jacob & Co.

Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 7645 2 Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 7645 3 Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 7645 4

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Half-copy of the 1916 Proclamation

Half-copy of the 1916 Proclamation

(Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 8086 1) (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 8086 2) (Image: National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 1916 8086 3)

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Separation Allowance Court Case

Separation Allowance Court Case

National Archives of Ireland, CSO RP 16986 Click here for larger document.  

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Report on Mountjoy Convict Prison

Report on Mountjoy Convict Prison

National Archives of Ireland CSO RP 19498. Click here for larger document.  

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Why We Should Save and How

Why We Should Save and How

National Archives of IReland, CSO RP 19520   Click here for larger document.  

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