The Leinster Leader The paper was founded 1880 in Naas, County Kildare, as the Leinster Leader and Central Counties Commercial and Agricultural Adviser by Patrick Cahill
The Sunday Life is the Belfast Telegraph's Sunday edition and is available 07th June 2009 to current. The Belfast Telegraph is available from January 1976 to current
The New Ross Standard available from 2008 to current. The New Ross Standard was first publihsed in the late 19th century.
The Kerry Sentinel was founded in Nelson street, Tralee in 1878 by Castletownbere born Timothy Charles Harrington (1851-1910), MP and Lord Mayor of Dublin.
The Kildare Nationalist Newspaper Archives is available from 05/01/2016 to current.
Enniscorthy Guardian was founded in 1880. The period 23/July/2019 to current available online
The Corkman newspaper is available from 04.March.1967 to current. Note the masthead includes ' Incorparting "Kerry Reporter" and "Killarney Echo" and "The Kerryman"
The Wexford People Newspaper Archive was founded in 1853. We currently have available for this title: 1857 - 1858 1861 - 1867 1870 - 1882 1886 1888 2017 - Current
The Argus Newspaper Archive Available years: The Drogheda Argus & Leinster Times 1835 - 1909 The Argus 2000 - 2017
The Nationalist and Munster Advertiser Newspaper Archive
Archive Updated: 18.November.2021 The Northern Standard is the longest established newspaper circulating in County Monaghan and it has been telling Monaghan's story every week since 1885.
Fingal Independent Newspaper Archive covering Swords, Balbriggan and the Fingal area. Available Years: 1983 - 1989, 2005, 2007- Current
Archive Update: 31/07/2021 - The Holly Bough The Holly Bough has been an annual tradition in Cork since 1897. Irish Newspaper Archives have now released 1927 to current.
Archive Update 26th April 2021 Carlow Morning Post Newspaper Archives 01/08/1818-11/05/1878
Archive Update 22.04.2021 Belfast Telegraph Edition Count: 295,163 Page Count: 6,260 Available 1976 - Current
Archive Update 29th.March.2021 Tipperary Star Newspaper Archives 1909 – 1948 Founded in 1909 by Edward Long in Thurles
The United Ireland newspaper was published by the Proprietors, the Star Publishing Co., Ltd., and printed by Cahill and Co., Ltd Parkgate St., Dublin
The Weekly Summary Newspaper republished a number articles from national regional and daily titles while also republishing content from international sources.
The Watchword of Labour Printed by the National Labour Press, Blackfriars Street, Manchester and published by the Irish Transport and General Workers Union, Hall Dublin.
The Watchword newspaper incorporating "The Irishman" and "The Voice of Labour" Official organ of the Irish Trade Union Congress and the Irish Labour Party.
The Unionist was Scottish Publication printed by The Glasgow Printers Co, 178a Bath Street, Glasgow and Published by the Proprietors from the same address.
The Torch Newspaper : the organ of the Kilkenny Workers Council The Torch publication Edition 1 Volume 1 provides its aims and reason for launch;
A magazine of national and university affairs produced by the National Students Club Cork
The Star (An Result) A national weekly devoted to politics, economic and social affairs 1929-30 which was founded by the Cummann a Gaedhal party...47 Lower O’Connell Street.
The Spark Newspaper was an anti-British publication. Published by the Gaelic Press which was run by Joseph Stanley.
The Sinn Feiner is an American publication with its offices located 23 Duane Street, New York City. The Sinn Feiner published by the Sinn Fein Publishing Company.
The Shan Van Vocht: the republican journal. Published from Belfast and edited by Alice Milligan (1866-1953) and Ethna Carbery (1866-1902)
The Separatist Newspaper ran the sub heading of: "To Break the Connection With England......" Tone
The Republican File was produced by the Republican Press Ltd, 12 St Andrew Street Dublin.
The editor of The Republic was a Darrell Edmund Figgis, an Irish writer, Sinn Féin activist and independent parliamentarian in the Irish Free State.
The Red Hand Magazine was published in 1920 with only four editions every been printed. The Red Hand Magazine was published on the first of every month.
The Plain People was a Sunday newspaper. The first page of each edition carried excellent cartons on its first page highlighting various political commentary on the situation in Ireland 1920's.
The Phoenix newspaper was published between 09/12/1916 - 27/01/1917 printed at the offices of the Kilkenny Journal. The newspaper had offices at 1 College Street, Dublin.
The Peasant publication was founded in 1905 by James McCann, in Navan, county Meath it was sometimes edited by Desmond Ryan who was a member of the executive of the Gaelic League.
The Northern Patriot was owned by Alice L Milligan and Anna Johnson, The Northern Patriot- A volunteer journal was established in 1895 and ran until 1897.
The National Democrat publication was circulated in Dublin, Belfast and also circulated in Manchester and London. Its main office was located in 38 Cornmarket Street Dublin.
A very short lived publication during the 1913 Lock Out in Dublin from 23/08/1913 - 22/11/1913
April 1923....Printed for the proprietors by the Gael Co-operative Society, 42 Middle Abbey Street Dublin
The Hibernian Newspaper 1915 ran a masthead; Incorporated with the National Hibernian Official Journal of the Hibernian’s in Ireland in alliance with the A.O.H. in America.
The Harp ( New York) The newspaper of the Irish Socialist Federation and was edited by James Connolly during his time in America. The Hary Newspaper was published on the first of each month.
The Sinn Féin Weekly a nationalist newspaper published by the Sinn Féin Printing & Publishing Company Ltd. The Sinn Féin Weekly was produced to replace the United Irishman.
The Sinn Féin Daily was produced by the Sinn Féin Printing & Publishing Company Ltd. It was released to accompany the Sinn Féin Weekly however the daily edition provided to be too costly.
Weekly newspaper and review; a ‘moderate’ opinion but in favour of Sinn Fein which was edited by Andrew Malone
Fianna Fail Bulletin - Political publication published on the 1st of every month. Sent to any part of the world for 1/3 per year, post-free. Advertisement rates on application
After the suppression of Éire Ireland due to its anti-British tone it was replaced by the Scissors and Paste publication.
The Daily Sheet; Tag line ' Truth on their lips and Courage in their hearts' 1923...Sinn Fein headquarters on 23 Suffolk Street, Dublin. Anti-Treaty stance.
The Belfast Chronicle 'The Organ of the Belfast Trades Council and Labour Representation Committee'
An Saorstát - The Free State was a pro-treaty newspaper. An Saorstát was published each Saturday for a short period in 1922. The newspaper was published in Dublin.
An Gaedal. (An Gaedeal) :The Gael : a weekly journal of stories, sketches, news, notes, songs, etc. The penultimate issue, which led to its suppression in the months before the Easter Rising
The Westmeath Independent's Orientation: Nataionalist, Conervative, independent, Sinn Fein Missing Periods: 1867 - 1897, 1899, 1917-1918, 1921, 1927, 1931-1934,1941,1967,1974,1986-2007
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Originally established in 1902 to cover the area of Derry in Northern Ireland, the Donegal News moved across the border to Letterkenny during World War II in an effort to avoid harsh censorship laws.
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Newspaper Books/Baby Box
|Destination||Cost||Est. Delivery Time|
|Ireland||€10.50||03-05 Working Days|
|UK||€15.00||05-07 Working Days|
|07-10 Working Days|
|Rest of World||€30.00||10-12 Working Days|
Framed/Unframed Pages/Sports Books
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|Framed/Unframed Pages/Sports Books||Please allow 3 working days|
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Collection Point Address
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Unit 2, St. Kieran’s Enterprise Centre,
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