1 edition of List of the John O"Donovan/William Reeves correspondence in University College Dublin Library (UCD L 73) found in the catalog.
List of the John O"Donovan/William Reeves correspondence in University College Dublin Library (UCD L 73)
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↑ "John O'Donovan/William Reeves correspondence". UCD Digital Library. Retrieved 7 August ↑ "John Kells Ingram ( - ): Academic and economist". Dictionary of Ulster Biography. Retrieved 1 November ↑ "Parsons, Laurence". Oxford DNB. Retrieved 5 August ↑ O'Day, Alan. Irish Home Rule, – p. Glossary xxvi. Representatives: Honorable george John (Forbes), Viscount Forbes, eldest son of the Earl of Granard, a Major-General in the army. Castle Forbes, Co. Longford. Anthony Lefroy, Esq., son of the Member for Dublin University and Son-in-Law of Viscount Lorton, 84, Eaton Square, London, England.
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There are 80 letters either to or from John O’Donovan O’Donovan’s principal correspondent is William Reeves. One letter is to George Petrie [). Three letters are to James Henthorn Todd ().
One letter is to Edmund Getty. One letter is to O’Donovan from. His principal correspondent is William Reeves (). One letter is to George Petrie (); 3 are to James Henthorn Todd (); one letter is to Edmund Getty.
There is one letter to O’Donovan from Arthur Blennerhassett Rowan (), and one from W. Oldham. The correspondence with William Reeves often takes an interesting form. Correspondence between John O'Donovan (), and, principally, William Reeves (): eighty letters () and twenty-six undated note fragments.
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Similar items via Europeana. Resource description. Date Date created: / Type of Resource text Physical description UCD Library, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland Languages. Letter from John O'Donovan (8 Newcomen Place, North Strand, Dublin) to William Reeves, discussing the reviews of Reeves's new book.
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^ "John O'Donovan/William Reeves correspondence". UCD Digital Library. Retrieved 7 August ^ "John Kells Ingram ( - ): Academic and economist". Dictionary of Ulster Biography.
Retrieved 1 November ^ "Parsons, Laurence". Oxford DNB. Retrieved 5 August ^ O'Day, Alan. Irish Home Rule, – p. Glossary xxvi. ^ O'Day. John O'Donovan/William Reeves correspondence, correspondence between John O'Donovan and, principally, William Reeves: eighty letters () and twenty-six undated note fragments.
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