Charles Weekes


Co-found Dublin Theosophical Society with W. B. Yeats, and others; contrib. The Dome [new ser.] (Oct.-Dec. 1898), with Yeats et al.; he published books by Charles Johnston, John Eglinton, and George Russell, from rooms at No. 12 Dawson St., Dawson Chambers, employing the name Whaley; this name was taken over without permission by Seamus O’Sullivan and George Roberts, operating from No. 60 Dawson St., in Jan. 1905; became Maunsel.

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