1 edition of Dispatches from United States consuls in Glasgow, 1801-1906. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Sailors from ports around the world were visible in all quarters.
The task was made even more difficult by both skepticism about the success of the venture and suspicions of dishonesty engendered by the need for absolute secrecy about details, which need required that specifics be withheld from nearly seven thousand American Fenians from whom subscriptions for funds were sought.
After due consideration of the whole position, and the chances of clearing money enough by a whaling voyage to pay Dispatches from United States consuls in Glasgow a loan, the chairman decided to ask the committee to appeal to the organization for the necessary amount from the revolutionary fund, leaving it optional with branches to give the money or not, and if they voted any, leaving the amount to their own discretion.
Consuls assisted trade and shipping, collecting fees for their services and submitting regular reports about everyday events as well as shipwrecks, mutinies, and piracy.
She declined, or so the story goes, and Devoy went back to New York. There is no date on the letter, but the Monday mentioned was the one before the ship sailed. 37 [ II ] Seven Thousand Men Knew of the Expedition, but There Was No Traitor—Discussed from Maine To California— Yet the Blow Fell on England Like a Bolt from the Blue— How the Work Was Started—The Committee in Charge It will not be necessary to refer to the convention which decided to undertake the rescue of the Fenian military prisoners in Western Australia, except in so far as its proceedings concern that undertaking.
Do not put my name on the outside of the letter. Patrick Mahon was a member of a big dry goods firm, and was a man of remarkable financial ability and of very strong character. Oman, Arabia -- Reel 8. The logs comprise that kept in the ship Dick on a voyage from England to New South Wales16 Feb. John Devoy was born in the townland of Kill in County Kildare on September 3, 1842, the third of eight 1801-1906. born to William and Elizabeth Dunne Devoy. Film 594 15 Spain Mahon 1803-1876 Despatches from United States consuls in Port Mahon, 1803-1876.
Signs of a declining industry did not deter Anthony, and he pursued whaling with great vigor. January 1, 1904 to August 7, 1906. 10 Long gone were the days of shore whaling, a common sight on the east coast into the eighteenth century. Walsh probably the same Patrick Walsh who arrived on the Russia in 1871 was a leading nationalist whose active support of the Land League and other causes brought him into conflict with the Roman Catholic Church.
Anthony, of New Bedford, Mass. James Fitzgerald 1851—1922 was born in Ireland. Armed with a cane, he was ready to teach John another lesson in obedience, that is, until the young boy took matters into his own hands. These were men like Thomas McCarthy Fennell, Denis B. Film 594 21 China Macau 1849-1869 Despatches from United States consuls in Macao, 1849-1869.
Davies acknowledges that the mood reports are highly formulaic.
He had accepted an invitation to Baltimore and all the arrangements had been made when a vacancy occurred in Tipperary, and the Nationalists there cabled an invitation to him to go over and stand for the county.
Walter McGrath has enthusiastically supported our work and provided material, including his own writings on the Catalpa.
Never without a cigar in his mouth.