Irish People, The

Seamus Deane, gen. ed., Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day Co. 1991), Vol. 2: London-based Fenian newspaper [8]; Kickham, in the 39th issue (1865) deals with Dr Cullen’s pastoral [see Kickham, RX) [256-58]; O’Leary and Luby, joint editors of The Irish People, 269n; O’Leary, biog.: worked for the IP, sentenced to 209 yrs when the paper was suppressed in 1865 [367]; O’Donovan Rossa, biog.: business manager of IP in 1863 [368]; [poss. err., in title, Dublin Castle and the Irish People [sic], by F H O’Donnell, 370]; from 1899 to 1908, O’Brien made The Irish People [sic] forum of his own views based on the belief in the necessity of reconciliation of all Irish factions [371]; and note also: William O’Brien’s United Irish League, a rural-based breakaway from the Home Rule party, founded in 1898, and its newspaper the Irish People [sic], ed. by O’Brien [988n.; no index, err. (cf United Irishman, index 988n, and infra)]

Seamus Deane, gen. ed., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day Co. 1991), Vol. 3: The arrest of many of the Fenian leaders, after the suppression of their newspaper, The Irish People, occurred in 1865. [389n].

NOTE: C J Kickham became a sworn member of the Fenians about 1860, wrote extensively for the organization’s paper, The Irish People, and went as a delegate to the Chicago Convention (1863).

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