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Maam, Co. Gal way, 58-61, 184
Maamtrasna Murders, 182-191
Scene of

Tragedy,
187-191



Maamtrasna Murders, Telegraph-
ing the
news, 190
Visit of Lord

Spencer to, 192
A third Visit to, 207

-218

M'Cartan, Rev. P., 143, 144
Macartney, James S., 25, 125
M'Donald, Peter, 158
M'Evilly, Archbishop, 209, 218
M'Farlane, Glasgow Journalist,
Author of an Ode on Robert
Burns, 282

M'Hugh, Mr., M.P., 160
M'Kenzie, Peter, Glasgow, 280
Mackey, Mr. Alexander, 6
M'Mahon, Mr., M.P. for Co. Wex-

ford, 4

M'Ternan, Capt., R.M., 117
Meagher, Rev. Father, 166, 169
Miracles at Knock, Co. Mayo, 127,

240-242

Moonlighting in Co. Kerry, 244
Morony, Mrs., Miltown-Malbay,

243

Morris, Lord Justice, 238
Mountmorres, Lord, Murder of,

60, 142

Murderof Constable Kavanagh, 206

Corporal Wallace, 240

The Joyce Family, 182

-191, 201, 207, 208

Head Constable Tal-

bot, 36
Lord Mountmorres,

60, 142

Lord Cavendish and
Mr. Burke, 100-108
Lord Ardilaun's Bailiffs
at Lough Mask, 186
Lyden and his son, 205
Mr. Blake and his
servant at Lough-
rea, 172-181



302 FIFTY YEARS OF IRISH JOURNALISM.



Murder of Mr. Curtin at Kil-

larney, 244
Sergeant Armstrong,

129

Murphy, Mr. Justice, 107
Musical Bridge, near Crossmolina,
221, 222



N



Naish, Mr., Attorney- General,

107

Nation, The, 277
National Press, The, 288
Nally, " Scrab," 163, 164

T. W., 221

Nelson, Rev. Isaac, Belfast, 156
" New Tipperary " Fiasco, 51, 52
New York World, 199, 200
Nolan, Mr., Artane Industrial

School, 234, 235
Northern Whig, The, 286
O'Brien, Lord Chief Justice, 107,

161

Arrests a

man for
cheering
in Court
161

Mr. Justice Win., 251

William, M.P., 125, 135

158,239,

250,268,

273, 277

at Lug-

g a c u r-
ran, 165
-171

"warm "re-

ception at
Toronto
169

O'Clery, Chevalier, 149-155
O'Connor, Rev. Father, 244-247
Mr. T. P., 247



O'Donnell, Mr., Solicitor, Lim-
erick, 19

O'Gorman, Major, 109, 110

O'Leary, John, 24, 25

Dr., M.P. forDrogheda,
37

O'Reilly, Mr., Treasurer of Dublin
Trades' Council, 235, 236

O'Shea, Capt, 150

O'Shaughnessy, Richard, 162

O'Sullivan, Wm., M.P., 109



Parkinson, Mr. J. C., 237
Parnell, Charles Stewart, and the
Chevalier O'Clery, 149-
155
at Public Meetings, 31,

34, 149-155
KilmaUock, 109. 110
Banquet at Limerick,

74
,, Civility to Journalists,

30, 32

Fiasco at Terenure, 28
His Oratory, 27, 35
StruckbyMissile,153-155
,, Commission, 245-247,

258, 272, 282
" Parnell Split," 288
Parnell, Miss Anna, 156, 201
Party Politics in Government,

285, 290-293
Pat ton, Dr., Editor of Daily

Express, 22, 269, 278
Pease, Mr., Chief Liberal Whip,

and Home Rule, 291
Phoenix Park Murders, 100-108
Pulpit re-
ferences,
102

Arrest of

Invinci-
bles,105



INDEX.



303



Phoenix Park Murders, Trials, 106

107

Porter, Sir Andrew, 107
Piggott, Richard, 246, 247
Poor Law System, 254, 258
Portrush, Opening of Electric
Tramway to Giant's Causeway,
73

Post Office Telegraphic Arrange-
ments, 32, 33

Potato Famine. 41, 238, 253, 256
Power, " Ghazi," 125

O'Connor, M.P., 156
Press, The, and Public Opinion,

283

,, Enormous Develop-
ment of, 282
and Foreign News,

284
Independence of, 283,

286

Process serving in Connemara,
53-60

Q

Queenstown, Arrival of S.S.

" Constellation " from New

York, with cargo of food-stuffs,

243
Quinn, Mr. P., 122

Mr. J. P., Claremorris,
156, 157



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Railways in Ireland, Mileage of
different Companies, 146-148

Railway Companies' Hotels in

Ireland, 141
Travelling, 139-148

Rathmines, Reservoir of Water
Supply, 84

Rathmore, Rt. Hon. Lord, 44

Re-afforestation of Ireland, 111-
115, 265



Redmond, John E., M.P. for

Wexford, 3, 288, 291-293
Referendum, The, 294, 295
Retrenchment in National Ex-
penditure, 296
Ritchie, Mr. Wm., 178
Robinson, Mr. John, Proprietor
of The Daily Express
44
Mr. J. R., The Daily

News, 275, 276

Roman Catholic Church and Edu-
cation in Ireland, 23
Ronan, Mr., K.C., 247
Rossa, O'Donovan, 24, 25
Rosslare and Fishguard Route, 6
Russell, Mr. T. W., 249



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Saunters' Newsletter, 288
Scotsman, Tlie, 286
Scott, Mr. Wm. Walker, 281
Senior, Mr., The Daily News, 98,

237
Sexton, Mr. Thomas, M.P., 118,

241

Shackleton, Mr. Abraham, 124
Sheridan, P. J., 61
Skye, Crofter Disturbance in, 87-

98
Smith, Mr. Sidney, Westport, 239,

240

Southport Visitor, The, 281
Spaight, Colonel, 131
Spencer, Rt. Hon. Earl, 71-73
at Ballina, 220
at Maamtrasna, 192-218

at Belmuliet, 219-226
from Belmuliet to West-
port, 227-232
"carrying the babies"

226*

Interview with West-
port Guardians, 232



304 FIFTY YEARS OF IRISH JOURNALISM.



Spencer, Hon. Robert, M.P., 205
Stephens, James, 24, 25
Stringer, Jeremiah, 120
Sub- Land Commission Courts,

242, 243
Sullivan, Mr. T. D., M.P., 134, 271



Talbot, Head Constable, Murder

of, 36.
Tallaght, Fenian Rising at, 26,

27

Tanner, Dr., M.P., 160
Tariff Reform, 286, 294, 295
Taxes on Knowledge, 279, 280
,, Advertisements, 280
Taylor, Mr., Loughrea, 176
Teelin, Pier at, Co. Donegal, 264
Telegraphing Dodges, 109-114

Rules of Post Office,

111

Thomson, Sir Wm., M.D., 45
Times, The, 278

, , Weekly Supplements

284
Tintern Abbey Estate, Action of

Ejectment, 16

Toole, Mr. J. L. at Glasgow, 13
Toronto Daily Mail, 169
Toronto, Mr. William O'Brien

at, 169
Tralee Jail, 272

Release of Mr. T. Har-
rington, 272, 273
,, National League Meeting,

273

Trevelyan, Rt. Hon. Sir George,
267



Trial of James Stephens, O'Leary,
O'Donovan Rossa, Luby,

Kickham, etc., 24, 25
Woodford Prisoners at

Sligo, 160, 161
Tuke, Mr., Donegal, 219
Twiss, Mr., Birdhill, nr. Nenagh,
79

U

Ulster Gazette, The, 43
" Ulster and Compulsory Pur-
chase," 248, 249
United Ireland, 170, 209, 250

and the Unionist

Press, 268-278
,, andMr.Dunlopof

The Daily News
and Mr. Dunlop
of The Irish
Times, 135-137



Vale of Avoca, through the, by a
four-in-hand, 3



Waterford Bridge, toll abolished,

74
Railway to, in the

sixties, 6

Webb, Mr. Alfred, 124, 125
Weekly News, The, 277
Werford Constitution, The, 2
Winn, Sir Roland, 133
Workhouse, Dislike of Irish
people to enter, 254, 266



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