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Political Violence in IrelandGovernment and Resistance since 1848$

Charles Townshend

Print publication date: 1984

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I. Unpublished Papers

Asquith MSS

Bodleian Library, Oxford

A. J. Balfour MSS

(a)British Library

(b)Whittingehame

Bonar Law MSS

House of Lords Record Office

Bryce MSS

Bodleian

Buller MSS

Public Record Office

Cardwell MSS

PRO

Carnarvon MSS

PRO

Chamberlain MSS

Birmingham University Library

Childers MSS

National Library of Ireland

Collins MSS

NLI

French MSS

Imperial War Museum

W. E. Gladstone MSS

BL

Viscount Gladstone MSS

BL

Hart MSS

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

W. V. Harcourt MSS

Bodleian

L. Harcourt MSS

Bodleian

Hobson MSS

NLI

Kilmainham (Irish Command) MSS

NLI

Larcom MSS

(a) NLI

(b) Trinity College, Dublin

Lloyd George MSS

HLRO

Luby MSS

NLI

McGarrity MSS

NLI

Milner MSS

Bodleian

Montgomery MSS

PRONI

Mulcahy MSS

University College, Dublin Archive

Sir G. Murray MSS

PRO

Nathan MSS

Bodleian

OʼBeirne-Ranelagh MSS

UCD Archive

W. OʼBrien MSS

NLI

OʼDonoghue MSS

NLI

OʼHagan MSS

PRONI

OʼMalley MSS

UCD Archive

Anna Parnell MSS

NLI

Royal Irish Constabulary (Crime Special) MSS

State Paper Office, Dublin

Saunderson MSS

PRONI

Strathnairn (Rose) MSS

BL

Tallents MSS

PRO

Wilson MSS

IWM

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Report of the Commissioners appointed by the Home Department to inquire into the treatment of certain treason-felony convicts in the English convict prisons. HC 1867, XXXV. 673.

General Orders for the Guidance of the Troops in Affording Aid to the Civil Power in Ireland. Stationery Office, Dublin, 1870 and 1882.

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Return of the Outrages reported to the Royal Irish Constabulary Office from 1st January 1844 to 31st December 1880. HC 1881, LXXVII (C. 2756).

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Report of a Committee of Inquiry appointed by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 17 August 1882. HC 1883, XXXII (C. 3577).

Report of the Belfast Riots Commission, with Evidence and Appendices. HC 1887, XVIII (C. 4925).

Report by One of the Commissioners of Inquiry, 1886. HC 1887, XVIII (C. 5029).

Return of Lists of the districts proclaimed under the Criminal Law and Procedure (Ireland) Act, 1887, showing the portions of the Act so put in force in each proclaimed district, and the date of the proclamations. HC 1887, LXVII. 525.

Memorandum as to the principle upon which outrages are recorded as agrarian, and included as such in the returns laid before Parliament. HC 1887, LXVIII. 25.

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