#OTD in Irish History – 2 August:

1800 – The last session of the Irish parliament ends. 1820 – John Tyndall, physicist, and first to discover why the sky is blue, is born in Leighlinbridge, Co Carlow. 1916 – Letter from Roger Casement to Margaret Gavan Duffy. 1920 – The Restoration of Order in Ireland Bill was introduced and first read in […]

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#OTD in Irish History – 2 August:

1800 – The last session of the Irish parliament ends. 1820 – John Tyndall, physicist, and first to discover why the sky is blue, is born in Leighlinbridge, Co Carlow. 1916 – Letter from Roger Casement to Margaret Gavan Duffy. 1920 – The Restoration of Order in Ireland Bill was introduced and first read in […]

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#OTD in Irish History – 2 August:

1800 – The last session of the Irish parliament ends. 1820 – John Tyndall, physicist, and first to discover why the sky is blue, is born in Leighlinbridge, Co Carlow. 1916 – Letter from Roger Casement to Margaret Gavan Duffy. 1920 – The Restoration of Order in Ireland Bill was introduced and first read in […]

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Today in Irish History – 2 August:

1800 – The last session of the Irish parliament ends. 1820 – John Tyndall, physicist, and first to discover why the sky is blue, is born in Leighlinbridge, Co Carlow. 1916 – Letter from Roger Casement to Margaret Gavan Duffy. 1920 – The Restoration of Order in Ireland Bill was introduced and first read in […]

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Today in Irish History – 2 August:

1800 – The last session of the Irish parliament ends. 1820 – John Tyndall, physicist, and first to discover why the sky is blue, is born in Leighlin Bridge, Co Carlow. 1920 – The Restoration of Order in Ireland Bill was introduced and first read in the House of Commons. The Government used cloture to […]

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Today in Irish History – 2 August:

1800 – The last session of the Irish parliament ends. 1820 – John Tyndall, physicist, and first to discover why the sky is blue, is born in Leighlin Bridge, Co. Carlow. 1920 – The Restoration of Order in Ireland Bill was introduced and first read in the House of Commons. The Government used cloture to […]

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