Monthly Archives: November 2013

37 YEARS UNDERWATER ON DECEMBER 25TH NEXT!

By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. I had been going over in my own mind how to explain why Fianna Fáil could speak to the slogan ‘CALL OFF THE BAILIFF’ and at the same time refuse to … Continue reading

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MANY-FACED AND NORTH-FACED…..

By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. I had no idea how a ‘NO RENT!’ poster came to be issued in Galway , but in face of this letter I must somehow get there. Just then a nurse … Continue reading

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HIGGINS , SACHSEN COBURG UND GOTHA (WINDSOR) AND JAMES CONNOLLY.

THE HIGGINS-SACHSEN-COBURG UND GOTHA (WINDSOR) ROADSHOW….. “I really and truly just can’t wait! I’m going to be standing THIS close to my Queen…..!” Great news for Free State royalists and fans of ‘Corrie’ and ‘Eastenders’: our wee Micky and his … Continue reading

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FRANK DRIVER , KEVIN BARRY AND A FUND-RAISER: 10TH NOVEMBER 2013.

‘THERE WILL BE ANOTHER DAY…..’ By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. I would not advise the committee in Galway to hold a meeting that did not carry our banner line – ‘CALL OFF THE BAILIFFS’. If Fianna … Continue reading

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SHEEP WITHOUT A SHEPHERD : POISONED BY THE ENGLISH.

‘THERE WILL BE ANOTHER DAY…..’ By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. Colonel Moore and I got a lot of voluntary help from the many people with secretarial experience who were in and out of my home , … Continue reading

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RSF ARD FHEIS 2013 – 109TH : TWO PICS , FEW WORDS – MORE LATER!

109TH ARD FHEIS OF REPUBLICAN SINN FÉIN. RSF delegates at 9.30am , Saturday 2nd November 2013. A selection of the material available at the RSF ‘Shop’ at the 2013 Ard Fheis. There was a bigger than expected turnout at the … Continue reading

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