(Nov. 1904-Sept. 1905; 4 issues), a literary magazine edited by Bulmer Hobson and Joseph Campbell of the Ulster Literary Theatre. Contributors included AE [George Russell], Roger Casement, Padraic Colum, Stephen Gwynn, Herbert Hughes, Alice Milligan, and Forrest Reid. Index in Hayes. The text of a play printed in each number. See also article on Gaelic Revival entitled Plea to Extremists by Robert Lynd [RX]

NOTE: editorial prospectus of Uladh No. 1 (Nov. 1904), pp.1-3, reprinted in Faces of Ulster (1992), p.52.

NOTE: Ulster Literary Theatre: denied authority to call themselves the Ulster Branch of the Irish Literary Theatre, Bulmer Hobson and David Parkhill [pseud. Lewis Purcell] launched Uladh, announcing in the editorial their intention of writing their own plays, which would be ‘more satiric than poetic’ (Nov. 1904). The journal published plays including Joseph Campbell’s Little Cowherd of Slainge (1905). [CHECK others].

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