Seamus Deane, gen. ed., Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day Co. 1991), Vol. 2: 1923-30 ; asst. ed. Susan Mitchell [780, no index; err. 782]; liberal Irish Statesman [ed., 955], [among others; fnd. 1923, 1026].
Seamus Deane, gen. ed., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day Co. 1991), Vol. 3: founded 1923, strenuous attempt to maintain idealism of pre-revolutionary period; preached that the Irish tradition was composed of many strands; notable for debates, arguments, controversies surrounding day-to-day management of the new State; ceased publication in 1930 following a libel action [90-91]; governed by sociological impulse ; selects editorials for 29 Dec. and 17 November 1928 [94-98]; early poem of Kavanagh in one of the final issues of Irish Statesman ; AEs weekly The Irish Statesman was revived [sic] in 1923 after a three-year gap by Horace Plunkett and edited by AE from that date until 1930 .
Sean OCasey sent to The Statesman the correspondence between himself and the Abbey surrounding the rejection of The Silver Tassie, in 1926 [OCIL, Abbey]