Alexander Martin Sullivan

(1829—1884) journalist and Irish nationalist

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Was a popular term for the political activities of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, a secret society formed in Ireland in 1858 (and reformed as the Irish Republican Army in 1916) ...

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Irish weekly periodical founded by Thomas Davis (1814–45), Charles Gavan Duffy (1816–1903), and John Blake Dillon (1814–66) in 1842. It played a leading role in spreading the ideas of the...

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Timothy Daniel Sullivan

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(1827–1914), politician and poet;

born in Bantry, Co. Cork, the elder brother of A. M. Sullivan, whom he succeeded as editor-publisher of The Nation from 1876. His Lays of the ...


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