#OTD in 1916 – Pádraig Pearse read out the Proclamation of Independence after his men had seized the GPO.

At four minutes past noon on Easter Monday, Pearse, read the Proclamation. It signified the start of the Easter Rising. POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND Irishmen and Irishwomen: In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Approximately 1,000 copies of The Proclamation of the Irish Republic are printed in Liberty Hall in a print office set up by James Connolly.

The proclamation would be read by Pádraig Pearse outside the General Post Office on Sackville Street (now called O’Connell Street) on Monday 24th April. The proclamation was printed secretly on an old and poorly maintained Wharfedale Stop Cylinder Press in the printing office that had been set up by James Connolly in the basement in […]

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#OTD in 1916 – The ‘Castle Document’ was read out at a meeting of Dublin Corporation. It alleged nationalist leaders were to be arrested, and caused Eoin MacNeill to alert the Irish Volunteers. It is believed to have been a forgery by Joseph Plunkett.

Five days before the Rising the Evening Mail carried a story that would have a bearing on the course of events and create a controversy which still burns. Addressing a meeting of Dublin Corporation, Thomas Kelly of Sinn Féin read into the record the text of a secret document he had been given.  Known as […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Pádraig Pearse read out the Proclamation of Independence after his men had seized the GPO.

At four minutes past noon on Easter Monday, Pearse, read the Proclamation. It signified the start of the Easter Rising. POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND Irishmen and Irishwomen: In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Approximately 1,000 copies of The Proclamation of the Irish Republic are printed in Liberty Hall in a print office set up by James Connolly.

The proclamation would be read by Pádraig Pearse outside the General Post Office on Sackville Street (now called O’Connell Street) on Monday 24th April. The proclamation was printed secretly on an old and poorly maintained Wharfedale Stop Cylinder Press in the printing office that had been set up by James Connolly in the basement in […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Pádraig Pearse read out the Proclamation of Independence after his men had seized the GPO.

At four minutes past noon on Easter Monday, Pearse, read the Proclamation. It signified the start of the Easter Rising. POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND Irishmen and Irishwomen: In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Approximately 1,000 copies of The Proclamation of the Irish Republic are printed in Liberty Hall in a print office set up by James Connolly.

The proclamation would be read by Pádraig Pearse outside the General Post Office on Sackville Street (now called O’Connell Street) on Monday 24th April. The proclamation was printed secretly on an old and poorly maintained Wharfedale Stop Cylinder Press in the printing office that had been set up by James Connolly in the basement in […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Pádraig Pearse read out the Proclamation of Independence after his men had seized the GPO.

At four minutes past noon on Easter Monday, Pearse, read the Proclamation. It signified the start of the Easter Rising. POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND Irishmen and Irishwomen: In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Approximately 1,000 copies of The Proclamation of the Irish Republic are printed in Liberty Hall in a print office set up by James Connolly.

The proclamation would be read by Pádraig Pearse outside the General Post Office on Sackville Street (now called O’Connell Street) on Monday 24th April. The proclamation was printed secretly on an old and poorly maintained Wharfedale Stop Cylinder Press in the printing office that had been set up by James Connolly in the basement in […]

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#OTD in 1916 – Pádraig Pearse read out the Proclamation of Independence after his men had seized the GPO.

At four minutes past noon on Easter Monday, Pearse, read the Proclamation. It signified the start of the Easter Rising. POBLACHT NA h-EIREANN THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND Irishmen and Irishwomen: In the name of God and of the dead generations from which she receives her old tradition […]

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