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Pamphlet. "Echo of Irish Rebellion 1916: Verbatim Report of the Proceedings before the Royal Commission; Vindication of Mr. Joseph Edelstein", 1933 March

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 7
Identifier: EPH 5027-7

Scope and Contents

Account of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, carried out from August 23, 1916 to September 1, 1916, in the Four Courts, Dublin, to investigate into the facts and circumstances connected with the treatment of Francis Sheehy-Skeffington, Thomas Dickson and Patrick J. McIntyre, who were arrested and murdered under the instructions of Captain John Bowen-Colthurst. Francis Sheehy-Skeffington (1878-1916), pacifist and feminist, was the best-known civilian killed in the Easter Rising. This pamphlet was published with the express objective of demonstrating the innocence of American writer Joseph Edelstein of any participation of knowledge of the affair.


  • 1933 March

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