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" We have shown in the course of the report that Mr Davitt was a member of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and that he received money from a fund which had been contributed for the purpose of outrage and crime, viz, the Skirmishing Fund.... "
The Life of Charles Stewart Parnell, 1846-1891 - Page 365
by Richard Barry O'Brien - 1898
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Annual Register

History - 1890
...unquestionably, as he was charged with being, a member of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and he received money from a fund which had been contributed...the promotion of the agitation which led up to it. This money, a sum of 408?., Mr. Davitt afterwards returned out of his own resources. The second special...
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The Annual Register

Edmund Burke - History - 1890
...unquestionably, as he was charged with being, a member of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and he received money from a fund which had been contributed...the promotion of the agitation which led up to it. This money, a sum of 408?., Mr. Davitt afterwards returned out of his own resources. The second special...
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The 'Times' Parnell commission, speech in defence of the Land league

Michael Davitt - 1890
...Michael Davitt.' They further charge the said Michael Davitt specifically as follows : — ' That he was a member of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and that he assisted in the formation of the Irish Land League with money which had been contributed for the purpose...
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The 'Times'-Parnell Commission

Michael Davitt - Irish question - 1890 - 414 pages
...Michael Davitt.' They further charge the said Michael Davitt specifically as follows : — ' That he was a member of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and that he assisted in the formation of the Irish Land League with money which had been contributed for the purpose...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 27

Nineteenth century - 1890
...Land League with money which had been contributed for the purpose of outrage and crime. Verdict. "~ We have shown in the course of the Report that Mr. Davitt was a memher of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and that he received money from a fund which...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopędia and Register of Important Events of the Year ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1891
..."That Mr. Parnell's 'constitutional organization ' was planned by Fenian brains, founded on u ķenian loan, and reared by Fenian hands." We have shown in...report that Mr. Davitt was a member of the Fenian organization, and convicted as such, and that lie received money from a fund which had been contributed...
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The Life of Charles Stewart Parnell -- 1846~1891

R. Barry O'Brien - 1898
...America ; ' are based on passages in the 'Times' leading articles of the 7th and 14th March, 1887. ' The new movement was appropriately started by Fenians...the formation of the Land League itself, but for the promo1 The part omitted has been quoted in the text. 11 R 2 tion of the agitation which led up to it....
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The Life of Charles Stewart Parnell, 1846-1891, Volume 2

Richard Barry O'Brien - Ireland - 1899
...condemning the action of that party.1 The two special charges against Mr. Davitt, viz : (a) ' That he was a member of the Fenian organisation, and convicted as such, and that he assisted in the formation of the Land League with money which had been contributed for the purpose...
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The Fall of Feudalism in Ireland: Or, The Story of the Land League Revolution

Michael Davitt - Ireland - 1904 - 750 pages
..." father" is Michael Davitt, a convicted Fenian.' 'That Mr. Parnell's "constitutional organization" was planned by Fenian brains, founded on a Fenian...report that Mr. Davitt was a member of the Fenian organization, and convicted as such, and that he received money from a fund which had been contributed...
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A Consideration of the State of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century

Godfrey Locker Lampson, Godfrey Tennyson Lampson Locker-Lampson - Ireland - 1907 - 699 pages
...'father' is Michael Davitt, a convicted Fenian." "That Mr. Parnell's 'constitutional organization ' was planned by Fenian brains, founded on a Fenian...report that Mr. Davitt was a member of the Fenian organization and convicted as such, and that he received money from a fund which had been contributed...
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