T. D. Sullivan


Life
[Timothy Daniel Sullivan;] b. Bantry, in May; ed. Bantry schools; contributed to the Nation and assisted his br. in editing it from date of purchase in 1855; supported Home Government Association, and Home Rule League; published ‘God Save Ireland’ in the Nation, under the proprietorship of his brother, in 1867; also ‘Song of the Canadian Backwoods’ or ‘Ireland, Boys, Hooray’, sung on both sides at Fredericksberg; took over The Nation editorship from his brother in 1876, closing it under pressure of sales from The Freeman’s Journal, 1891; Home Rule M. P. for Westmeath, 1880-85; subsequently for Dublin, 1885-92, and West Donegal, 1892-1900; prosecuted and acquitted with Parnell and others, 1880-1881; Mayor of Dublin 1886-87; supported Plan of Campaign and imprisoned under Coercion Act, 1888;
 
he wrote at that time his Lays of Tullamore Prison (1888); sole member of American fund-raising mission to repudiate Parnell on hearing news of his divorce and condemnation as political partner by Gladstone; his poems incl. “God Save Ireland” for Manchester Martyrs and based on the exclamation of Edward Condon in the dock; “Song of the Canadian Woods” [‘Ireland Boys Hurray’], often collected and anthologised; vols. include Dunboy and Other Poems (1861); Green Leaves, A Collection of Irish Verse (1879); Songs of the Canadian Backwoods; Lays of the Land League (1887); Poems (1888); also Speeches from the Dock, ed. with A. M. Sullivan; and a memoir, Recollections of Troubled Times in Ireland 1843-1904 (1905). CAB PI DIB DIW DIL MKA FDA OCIL

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Works
Verse
  • Dunboy, and Other Poems (1861);
  • Songs from the Backwoods (?1865);
  • Green Leaves: A Volume of Irish Verses (1875);
  • Ode ... at the tomb of William Smith O’Brien (1876);
  • Lays of the Land League (1887);
  • Poems (1888);
  • Prison Poems, or Lays of Tullamore (Nation Office, ca.1889);
  • Songs and Poems (1890);
  • Blanaid and Other Irish Historical and Legendary Poems from the Gaelic (Eason 1891);
  • A Selection from the Songs and Poems of T. D. Sullivan (1899);
  • Evergreen: A Volume of Irish Verses (Dublin: Sealy, Bryers & Walker 1907), viii, 195pp. [8o];
  • ed., Irish National Poems by Irish Priests (1911).
Miscellany
  • ed., Emerald Gems: The Nation, The Weekly News, Young Ireland (Dublin: T.D. Sullivan 1885), 96pp. [Open Library].
  • The Poems of Richard Dalton Williams (T.D. Sullivan 1883; Kessinger 2007.)
  • A Letter to ... John Bright (1887), 44pp.
  • Speeches from the Dock, or Protests of Irish Patriotism [by T.D. Sullivan, A. M. Sullivan and D. B. Sullivan [23rd edn.] (Dublin: T. D. Sullivan q.d.), 238, 93, 85pp.
  • Irish Penny Readings for The Irish People, compiled by the editor of “The Nation” [Vol. I] (T. D. Sullivan, Middle Abbey St. 1879), 316, 4pp. [copy of vol. 1 in Boston Coll. Library available Open Library and Internet Archive - online.
  • Recollections of Troubled Times in Irish Politics (1905).

See also The privateer’s revenge; Full retribution; and, The smuggler: Three Stories for the Fireside, by Richard O’Sullivan, A.B. (Sullivan 1882), 63, 121, 55pp.


National Library of Ireland Holdings for T. D. Sullivan (70 Items) - accessed 21.10.2018

A guide to Dublin: its history, antiquities, and objects of public interest.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [1876]
“...A.M. Sullivan,...”
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A guide to Dublin: its history, antiquities, and objects of public interest /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
^pPublished / Created: [1888]
“...by T. D. Sullivan....”
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A selection from the songs and poems of T. D. Sullivan.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1899.
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Green leaves: A volume of Irish verses.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
Published / Created: 1886.
“...T.D. Sullivan,...”
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A selection from the songs and poems of T. D. Sullivan.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
Published / Created: 1907.
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Speeches from the dock: or, Protests of Irish patriotism: Containing introductory sketches & biographical notices /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [1916]
“...By T.D., A.M., and D.B. Sullivan ......”
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God save Ireland Irish national song / [music]:
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
Published / Created: [n.d.]
Subjects: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), -- 1827-1914. -- God save Ireland...”
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Recollections of troubled times in Irish politics [1843-1904].
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1905.
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Prison poems; or, Lays of Tullamore /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [1888]
“...By T.D. Sullivan....”
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Various verses and some prose /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1907.
“...by T.D. Sullivan....”
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National songs. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1884.
In collection: Holloway Book Collection
“...By T.D. Sullivan. ......”
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Copy letter from T.D. Sullivan to Lady Wilde re his song ‘God Save Ireland’ 1887 Mar. 02.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Subjects: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), -- 1827-1914. -- God save Ireland...”
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Green leaves: a volume of Irish verses /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1885.
“...by T.D. Sullivan....”
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Poems /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [19--?]
In collection: Holloway Book Collection
“...By T.D. Sullivan....”
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Ode written for the anniversary demonstration at the tomb of William Smith O’Brien: 18th June, 1876.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1876]
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A letter to the Right Hon. John Bright, M.P. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1887.
“...by T.D. Sullivan ......”
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’Guilty or not guilty?’: Speeches from the dock, or Protests of Irish patriotism, containing, with introductory sketches and biographical notices, speeches delivered after conviction /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1867.
Contributors: “...Sullivan, D. B. (Denis Baylor), d. 1909....”
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A selection from the songs and poems of T.D. Sullivan.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1901.
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Poems /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [1888?]
“...by T.D. Sullivan....”
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Bantry, Berehaven and the O’Sullivan Sept /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1908.
Subjects: “...O’Sullivan family...”
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Mr. T. D. Sullivan, M.P.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
Published / Created: [1887]
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Speeches from the dock, or Protests of Irish patriotism: containing, with introductory sketches and biographical notices,
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1887.
“...by T.D., A.M. and D.B. Sullivan, speeches delivered in the dock by Theobald Wolfe Tone, William Orr...”
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Copy letter from T.D. Sullivan to Lady Wilde re her Ancient Legends of Ireland 1887 Feb. 27.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
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Irish national poems /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1914.
“...by Irish priests. Comp. and ed. by T.D. Sullivan....”
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Letter from T. D. Sullivan, Lord Mayor of Dublin, to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett... 1887 April 21.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
In collection: Count Plunkett Papers, 1648-1940
Subjects: “...Sullivan, T. D. -- (Timothy Daniel), -- 1827-1914 -- Correspondence...”
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Letter from T.D. Sullivan to Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa, thanking him for a presentation copy of his... 1903 February 28.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
In collection: Joseph McGarrity Papers, 1789-1971
Subjects: “...Sullivan, T. D. -- (Timothy Daniel), -- 1827-1914 -- Correspondence...”
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National songs /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [1890?]
“...by T.D. Sullivan....”
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Letter from Timothy Daniel Sullivan, to unidentified recipient, giving permission to publish a... 1888 May 18.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
In collection: Autograph letters signed collection, ca. 1603-ca. 1972
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‘Guilty or not guilty?’: Speeches from the dock, or Protests of Irish patriotism.: The Manchester tragedy and the cruise of the Jacknell Packet.: ‘The wearing of the green,’ or The prosecuted funeral procession, &c. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1868[-1872].
“...By T.D. Sullivan, A.M. Sullivan, and D.B. Sullivan. Containing, with introductory sketches and...”
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Letter from T. D. Sullivan to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, rejecting his request to join... 1885 October 12.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
In collection: Count Plunkett Papers, 1648-1940
Subjects: “...Sullivan, T. D. -- (Timothy Daniel), -- 1827-1914 -- Correspondence...”
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Speeches from the dock: or, Protests of Irish patriotism. The Manchester tragedy and the Cruise of the Jackmell Packet. ‘The wearing of the green’; or, The prosecuted funeral procession, Et /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1897.
“...by T. D. Sullivan, A. M. Sullivan, and D. B. Sullivan; containing, with introductory sketches, and...”
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Speeches from the dock, or, Protests of Irish patriotism: containing introductory sketches and biographical notices /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1909.
“...By T.D., A.M., and D.B. Sullivan....”
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Irish national poems /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1911.
“...by Irish Priests. Comp. and ed. by T.D. Sullivan....”
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Bantry, Berehaven and the O’Sullivan sept /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1978.
Subjects: “...O’Sullivan family...”
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Partial letter from Timothy Daniel Sullivan, to Michael F. Waldron, thanking him for his circular... 1904 Aug. 3.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
In collection: Autograph letters signed collection, ca. 1603-ca. 1972
MANUSCRIPT

... the Jackmell Packet. ‘The wearing of the green’; or, The prosecuted funeral procession, &c., by T.D...
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [c1878] ’80.
Contributors: “...Sullivan, D. B. (Denis Baylor), d. 1909....”
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 National songs. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [1887?]
“...By T.D. Sullivan. ......”
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’God save Ireland.’ The dock and the scaffold: the Manchester tragedy and The Cruise of the Jacknell.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1868.
“...A.M. Sullivan,...”
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Speeches from the dock: or, protests of Irish patriotism. Containing introductory sketches and biographical notices /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [189-?].
“...By T.D., A.M., and D.b. Sullivan....”
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Blanaid: and other Irish historical and legendary poems from the Gaelic /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1891.
“...by T. D. Sullivan....”
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The lay of the Dublin election.: New and enlarged ed. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: n.d. [1969?]
“...[Signed T.D.S., i.e., Timothy D. Sullivan]....”
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Speeches from the dock: with introductory sketches and biographical notes /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
Published / Created: [1968]
“...by T. D., A. M. and D. B. Sullivan....”
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The story of England.: A narrative of English history, from the earliest period ... In two volumes. Vol. I. From the landing of Julius Cæsar to the reign of Henry VIII.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1872.
“...A.M. Sullivan,...”
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Letter from Timothy Daniel Sullivan, to Crissie M. Doyle, regretting that she has not found a... 1903 Sept. 1.
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914
In collection: Autograph letters signed collection, ca. 1603-ca. 1972
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Poems. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: [between 1868 and 1876]
“...By T.D. Sullivan.....”
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A.M. Sullivan.: A memoir. /
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1885..
Subjects: “...Sullivan, A. M. -- (Alexander Martin), -- 1830-1884...”
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Speeches from the dock; or, Protests of Irish patriotism;
by Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914.
Published / Created: 1945.
“...with introductory sketches and biographical notices by T. D., A. M., and D. B. Sullivan....”
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’Guilty or not guilty?’: speeches from the dock, or protests of Irish patriotism, containing /
by Sullivan, Timothy Daniel.
Published / Created: 1968.
“.... Wolfe Tone, etc ; [by T.D., A.M., and D.B. Sullivan]....”
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Irish readings.
by Sullivan, A. M. (Aloysius Michael), 1896-1980
Published / Created: 1913.
“...E. by A. M. Sullivan, and T. D. Sullivan....”
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Irish readings,
by Sullivan, A. M. (Alexander Martin), 1830-1884.
Published / Created: 1904.
“...ed. by A.M. Sullivan, T.D. Sullivan....”
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Phases of revolution by J.M. O’Sullivan, M.A., D.Phil., T.D.: lecture delivered before the ard...
by O’Sullivan, John Marcus, 1881-1948
Published / Created: 1923.
“...[John Marcus O’Sullivan, T.D.]....”
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Poems /
by Williams, Richard Dalton, 1822-1862.
Published / Created: 1876.
“...ed. by T.D. Sullivan....”
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Copy letter from William Smith O’Brien to T.D. Sullivan of The Nation newspaper re a letter he... 1862 Sept. 22.
by O’Brien, William Smith, 1803-1864.
Contributors: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914...”
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Letter from Caroline Margaret Douglas, Marchioness of Queensbury, to [T.D.] Sullivan, expressing... [year unknown] Jan. 18.
by Douglas, Caroline Margaret, Marchioness of Queensbury, 1821-1904
In collection: Autograph letters signed collection, ca. 1603-ca. 1972
Contributors: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914...”
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Letter from Daniel O’Donoghue to T.D. Sullivan, concerning a petition that he would bring to the... 1861 May 15.
by O’Donoghue, Daniel, 1833-1889
In collection: Autograph letters signed collection, ca. 1603-ca. 1972
Contributors: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914...”
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God save Ireland celebrated national song with chorus / [music]:
Published / Created: [n.d.]
“...written by T.D. Sullivan Esqr....”
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The robin’s song [music] /
by Gmür, Th. G.
Published / Created: [1886-1887].
“...words by T. D. Sullivan ; Music by Th. Gmür....”
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The call of O’Sullivan Beare from Dunboy [music] /
by Winter, F. R.
Published / Created: [18-?].
Subjects: “...O’Sullivan-Beare, Philip -- 1590?-1660? -- Songs and music...”
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Copy of letter from T.D. Sullivan to Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa relating to the latter’s book ’Rossa... 1903-1916.
by O’Donovan Rossa, Jeremiah, 1831-1915
In collection: Joseph McGarrity Papers, 1789-1971
Subjects: “...Sullivan, T. D. -- (Timothy Daniel), -- 1827-1914 -- Correspondence...”
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Correspondence between George Gavan Duffy and various individuals relating to the imprisonment and trial of Roger Casement, 1916 May 30 - June 3.
by Duffy, George Gavan, 1882-1951
In collection: Documents accumulated by George Gavan Duffy as solicitor for the defence in the case of Rex. v. Casement, 1916, and as executor of Casement’s will,
Contributors: “...Warburton, F.T....”
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Penny readings for the Irish people /
Published / Created: 18-
Contributors: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914....”
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Cois na Ruachtaighe /
by Ó Foghludha, Risteárd, 1873-1957.
Published / Created: [1938]
“...Clann tSúilleabháin Chaoil cct. Ar n-a chur in eagar do Risteárd Ó Foghludha, ‘Fiaċra...”
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Correspondence between George Gavan Duffy and various individuals relating to the imprisonment and trial of Roger Casement, 1916 June 4 - June 8.
by Duffy, George Gavan, 1882-1951
In collection: Documents accumulated by George Gavan Duffy as solicitor for the defence in the case of Rex. v. Casement, 1916, and as executor of Casement’s will,
Contributors: “...Warburton, F.T....”
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Letters to Joseph McGarrity, 1912-1913.
by McGarrity, Joseph, 1874-1940
In collection: Joseph McGarrity Papers, 1789-1971
Contributors: “...Keating, John T....”
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Correspondence between George Gavan Duffy and various individuals relating to the imprisonment and trial of Roger Casement, 1916 May 21-23.
by Duffy, George Gavan, 1882-1951
In collection: Documents accumulated by George Gavan Duffy as solicitor for the defence in the case of Rex. v. Casement, 1916, and as executor of Casement’s will,
Contributors: “...Warburton, F.T....”
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Correspondence between George Gavan Duffy and various individuals relating to the imprisonment and trial of Roger Casement, 1916 May 24-29.
by Duffy, George Gavan, 1882-1951
In collection: Documents accumulated by George Gavan Duffy as solicitor for the defence in the case of Rex. v. Casement, 1916, and as executor of Casement’s will,
Contributors: “...Warburton, F.T....”
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Letters: to John K. Casey from various correspondents, 1867.
by Casey, John K. (John Keegan), 1846-1870
Contributors: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914...”
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Letters from various persons to W.A. Henderson, 1899-1920.
by Henderson, W. A. (William Alexander), 1863-1927.
Contributors: “...Sullivan, T. D. (Timothy Daniel), 1827-1914...”
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Sheila Wingfield Papers, 1909-1985.
by Wingfield, Sheila
Contributors: “...Beddington, Claude, d. 1940,...”
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—See NLI Catalogue > T. D. Sullivan - online; accessed 21.10.2018.

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Criticism
Matthew Russell (Irish Monthly 1880); Obituary, in Irish Book Lover 5 (1914), and see also Irish Book Lover Vol. 3; ‘Bibliography of the Brothers Sullivan’, in Bibliography Society of Ireland, Publ. 3 (1926).

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Commentary
W. P. Ryan, The Irish Literary Revival (1894), [Sullivan] a sunnyhearted minnesinger finding his way by troublous paths and stormy political windings. I doubt if any Irish singer is more popular than he by the Irish peasant’s chimney corner. Epics have died while ‘Deep in Canadian Woods’ is as popular as ever. [10]

W. B. Yeats, in Irish Literature ed. J. McCarthy (Washingon 1904): ‘The agrarian movement that followed produced little poetry, and of that little all is forgotten but a vehement poem by Fanny Parnell and a couple of songs by T. D. Sullivan, who is a good song-writer, though not, as the writer has read on an election placard, “one of the greatest poets who ever moved the heart of man.”’ (Vol. 3, p.xii.) See his further remarks on Nationalist verse in relation to ‘exacting conscience’.

Joseph Lee, The Modernisation of Ireland (1973): ‘The execution of the Manchester Martyrs (enthusiastically hanged for the accidental killing of a policeman in the attempt to rescue Kelly from the prison van) roused Irish public opinion to an extraordinary fervour. T. D. Sullivan wrote “God Save Ireland”, which served as the national anthem for fifty years, while the 23 November, the “feast” of the “martyrs”, soon superseded St. Patrick’s Day as the national political Feastday.’ (p.57.)

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Quotations
God Save Ireland!” said the heroes, / “God Save Ireland!” said they all./ “Whether on the scaffold high/Or on the battlefield we die,/O, what matter when for Ireland dear we fall!”’ The song was written in response to the execution of the Manchester Martyrs and based on the exclamation of Edward Condon in the dock. There is a parody of it in the 4th Book of Finnegans Wake (Viz., ‘Goldsafe firelump’, &c.)

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References
Stephen Brown, Ireland in Fiction: A Guide to Irish Novels, Tales, Romances and Folklore [Pt. I] (Dublin: Maunsel 1919), retells the story of Conor MacNessa, how a brain-ball starts in his head on hearing of the death of Christ, finely told in verse by T. D. Sullivan [QRY]; and see also Kuno Meyer The Death Tales of the Ulster Heroes [Todd Lect. Ser. XIV] (1906).

Brian McKenna, Irish Literature, 1800-1875: A Guide to Information Sources (Detroit: Gale Research Co. 1978), p. 327, Contrib. Nation [joined staff in 1855]; ed. and prop. from 1884-1900 [err.]; he also owned Weekly News, Young Ireland, and Zozimus; published War Summary, during Franco-Prussian war, with A. M. Sullivan; [?]Taylor selects 4 poems incl. ‘God Save Ireland’ and ‘Dear Old Ireland’.

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Justin McCarthy, ed., Irish Literature (Washington: Catholic Univ. of America 1904), apparently gives no specimens [neither listed author-alphabetically, and only remarks in Gen. Index]; rems. as follows, ‘Irish National Land League, with Davitt as leader; Govt. attempted to break up, imprisoning 14 members, incl. Parnell, Dillon, Biggar, Sexton, and TD Sullivan.

Seamus Deane, gen. ed., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day 1991), Vol. 2, prints ‘God Save Ireland’, 106 [though Index marks it anon.]; also 77, [207, in biog. AMS]; [cited by Frederick Ryan, 999].

Donald T. Torchiana, Backgrounds for Joyce’s Dubliners (Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1986), cites T. D. Sullivan, A Guide to Dublin (Dublin: A. M. Sullivan n.d.).

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Belfast Public Library holds Bantry, Bereha[v]en, and the O’Sullivan (1908); Blanaid (1891); Evergreen (1907); Green Leaves (1907); Irish Readings, Vol. I (1895); National Songs (n.d.); Poems (n.d.); Prison Poems (1888); Recollections of Troubled Times in Irish Politics (1905); Selections for Reading and Recitation (1874); Selections from his Songs and Poems (1905); ed., with others, Speeches from the Dock, or Protests of Irish Patriotism (1868, 1905). MORRIS holds Penny Readings for the Irish People [Vol. 4], compiled by the Editor of the “Nation” (Dublin [90 Abbey St.], T. D. Sullivan 1885)

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Notes
Sean O’Faolain, The Irish (1947) cites a letter from T. D. Sullivan to William Daunt O’Neill complaining about the few priests who had so far joined the Home Rule Movement. (p.122; see O’Neill, supra.)

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