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wm_P1.jpg.jpg1916Dublin Evening Mail dated 4th of May 1916, the day after the first executions.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_19221204_img008_s.jpg.jpg1922Exchanges of letters between Archbishop Byrne and the Secretary, Oglaigh Na hEireann, pleading for clemency re prisoners Patrich Archbold and a prisoner Waters.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_P1_GNS321.jpg.jpg1916-04-22Final issue of the “Irish Volunteer” newspaper dated 22nd April 1916MacNeill, Eoin; Hobson, Bulmer; Dublin Diocesan Archives
1922Five telegrams to Pope Pius XI and Cardinal Gaspari urging the release of Mary McSwineyDublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS366.jpg.jpg1916Four letters from various donors sent to Archbishop William Walsh for the relief of poverty after the 1916 Rising.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_PL1.jpg.jpg1922-10-22Full text pf Pastoral letter from Cardinal Logue,to the priests and people of Ireland detailing the Church's opposition to the continued activities of the IRALogue, Cardinal; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_IMG080.jpg.jpg1922Handwritten letter from Count Plunkett, with original envelope and wax seal, to Archbishop Byrne pleading to reinstate the Spiritual Rights of Republican prisoners.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS382.jpg.jpg1916Handwritten letter, possibly from Archbishop William Walsh, vouching for the fact that Eoin MacNeill was uninvolved in the planning of the 1916 Rising.Walsh, Archbishop William; Dublin Diocesan Archives
DependentsFund.pdf.jpg1916Irish National Aid & Volunteer Dependents’ Fund Appeal pamphletDublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS332.jpg.jpg1916Irish War News - Volume 1, No. 1, Dublin, Tuesday 25th April 1916Pearse, Patrick; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img004.jpg.jpg1922-12-20Letter dated 20th December 1922 from Kevin O'Higgins to Archbishop Byrne reporting an incident at a mass at Mount Argus church. The celebrant, Fr. Joseph Smith C.P. alleged the Free State army were murderers.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img001a.jpg.jpg1922Letter dated 26th April 1922 from an R Whelan of Rathmines to Archbishop Byrne complaining of Michael Collins' alleged drunkennessPhelan, R; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_img020.jpg.jpg1923-03-13Letter from Commander in Chief to Archbishop Byrne complaining about an anti-treaty letter sent by a priest to a prisoner in Tintown, Curragh.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_IMG069.jpg.jpg1922Letter from Eibhlin Ni Cinneide of the Irish Self-Determination League to Archbishop O'Byrne protesting at the prison Chaplain not providing Mary McSwiney with SacramentsDublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS383b.jpg.jpg1916Letter from Father Larry Stafford, British Army Chaplain at Frongoch P.O.W. CampStafford, Fr. Larry; Dublin Diocesan Archives
GNS352.pdf.jpg1916Letter from General John Maxwell, Officer Commanding HM Forces in Ireland, to Archbishop William Walsh protesting at political demonstrations that were taking place outside Requiem Masses.Maxwell, General John; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS346.jpg.jpg1916Letter from General John Maxwell, Officer Commanding HM Forces in Ireland, to Archbishop William Walsh thanking him for advice givenMaxwell, General John; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS348a.jpg.jpg1916Letter from General Maxwell Chief of British Army in Ireland, to Archbishop William Walsh requesting information about clergy who acted with particular gallantry.Walsh, Archbishop William; Maxwell, General John; Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS357c.jpg.jpg1916Letter from Henry O'Connor(?) to Archbishop William Walsh protesting at being asked his religion by a British Army officer when presenting a pass.Dublin Diocesan Archives
wm_GNS367.jpg.jpg1916Letter from Major L. James of Longford Barracks to the Archbishop of Dublin complaining of an address by a Fr. Joseph which was contrary to Martial LawJames, L. Major; Dublin Diocesan Archives