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Kilkenny Moderator

The Kilkenny Moderator, a mainly Protestant and Unionist newspaper that ceased publication just before the establishment of the Irish Free State.

Evening Telegraph

Once Ireland’s leading nationalist newspaper the Evening Telegraph launched in 1871 and closed 1924. The newspaper was published in Dublin and was founded by Lord Mayor of Dublin, Edmund Dwyer Gray... Read More

Sunday News

On the 17th September 1964 the News Letter first announced that Northern Ireland would have its own Sunday newspaper; The Sunday News. Set for release early 1965. The announcement commented 'The Su... Read More

Andersonstown News newspaper archive

A tale of two cities but the voice of one people  Paper gave oppressed a voice when they most needed it. This was a paper of the people, by the people and for the people. The Andersonstown Ne... Read More

The Press

The Press was an organ of United Irishman’s society in Dublin. Editor: Arthur O’Connor. Nationalist newspaper. Mr Peter Finnerty a journalist for The Press was sentenced to 2 years’ imprisonment... Read More

Rights of Irishmen

The Rights of Irishmen OR National Evening Star Catholic Newspaper contains catholic sermons, World news and classifieds.

Celtic Times

Ireland’s long lost newspaper was published to offer readers the first journal devoted to purely to Gaelic games. The Celtic Times did not have a long run first printed on the 1 January 1887 until ... Read More

Connaught Journal

The Connaught Journal or Galway Advertiser The Connaught Journal was published from 1754 to 1840. Through the Irish Newspaper Archive you can gain access to 1793, 1795 & 1828. Although a short run... Read More

The Cork Morning Intelligencer

The Cork Morning Intelligencer began publication in May 1811, being printed by John O'Rorke in Castle Street. The paper appeared thrice-weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, continuing until ... Read More

The Post

The Post Newspaper Archive  The Post newspaper was circulated in County Kilkenny and was first published in 1926 the newspaper ran until 1960. The Post contains sporting reports, Irish language ar... Read More

New Cork Evening Post

A rival paper to The Corke Journal, published by the brothers Phineas Bagnell and George Bagnell (d. 1768), The Cork Evening Post first appeared in November 1755.  Unlike the moderate Swiney, the B... Read More

The Cork Gazette & General Advertiser

The Cork Gazette and General Advertiser was published between 1790 and 1797, initially by John and James Jones, though the latter died in December 1790, printing being carried on by "Jones & Co."  ... Read More

Saunders's News-Letter

Saunders’s News-Letter is available for the following years, with gaps: 1780*,1784*,1787*,1795-1798 The Saunders's News-letter carries sections: London News,Parliamentary Intelligence, Adverts & ... Read More

Oracle Newspaper Archive

The Oracle was published on Sundays and Wednesday sold for two pence half penny.  The masthead carriers Delectando Pariterque Monendo ("delighting and advising"). The Oracle is a beautifully presen... Read More

Dublin Chronicle Newspaper Archives

The Dublin Chronicle is available online 1787 – 1792 Extract from edition 01.May.1787 The Conductors of the DUBLIN CHRONICLE attached to no -Party, prejudiced by no sordid partial consideration a... Read More

Morning Post or Dublin Courant

Through the Morning Post or Dublin Courant 1792 gain access to court sessions and detailed accounts of offences and view the numerous advertisements for miracle cures for common ailments. The Morni... Read More

Madras Courier

The Madras Courier was the first newspaper to be published in Madras, Madras Presidency, British India and one of the first in India. It was the leading newspaper of its time and was the officially... Read More

St James Chronicle British Evening Press

The St. James's chronicle, or, The British Evening Post

Hibernian Journal or Chronicle of Liberty

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty Published in Dublin

Hibernian Chronicle Newspaper Archive

The Hibernian Chronicle in October 1769. Published by William Flyn (c.1740-1811), a Dubliner who had been active in Cork as a bookseller and printer since at least 1766,

General Evening Post Newspaper Archive

THE GENERAL EVENING POST, London, 1783 A nice "typical" folio-size newspaper of 4 pages from the concluding year of the Revolutionary War, the year in  which the Treaty of Peace was signed.

The English Chronicle Newspaper Archive

The English chronicle, or Universal Evening-Post The Chronicle was founded in 1779 although the founders are not known. In 1781 it was given the supplementary title Or, Universal Evening Post. The... Read More

Waterford Today

Waterford Today publihsed it's first edition on the 26th of September 1989, and from those humble beginnings Waterford Today Newspaper has grown into being Waterford's biggest media success story t... Read More

Leinster Leader

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

Dungannon Herald

The Dungannon Herald was launched in 2017 providing national and local news for the people of east County Tyrone. The Dungannon Herald is owned by the North West Of Ireland Printing and Publishing ... Read More

Sligo Weekender

The Sligo Weekender was first published on December 9, 1983. It began as a freesheet – an innovation at the time. In his first leading article, founding editor Brian McHugh wrote that the newspaper... Read More

Wicklow News-Letter

The Wicklow News-Letter provides an insight into Wicklow town and the local areas as seen through the eyes of the local newspapers of the time, namely the Wicklow People and the Wicklow NewsLetter,... Read More

Volunteers Journal

Volunteers Journal or Irish Herald 1783-1787,

The Liberator (Tralee)

The Liberator Newspaper Archive 1829 - 1839

The Leader

The Leader Newspaper was a free publication printed by the Limerick Leader

Tralee Mercury

The Tralee Mercury 14.02.1829 Prospectus Extract “The state of the Press in the County has been long a source of surprise to some and a subject of regret to others. It is true that a liberal and ... Read More

Sunday World

The Sunday World was Ireland's first tabloid newspaper. Hugh McLaughlin and Gerry McGuinness launched it on 25 March 1973 It broke new ground in layout, content, agenda, columnists and use of sexua... Read More

Sunday Life

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

Raymond's Kerry Herald

Raymond's Kerry Herald is one of 19 publications available through the Irish Newspaper Archives resource. Raymond's Kerry Herald Prospectus extract: 12/01/1856 We believe we are not disappointin... Read More

Punch Magazine

Punch was founded on 17 July 1841 by Henry Mayhew and wood-engraver Ebenezer Landells, on an initial investment of £25. It was jointly edited by Mayhew and Mark Lemon. It was subtitled The London C... Read More

New Ross Standard

The New Ross Standard available from 2008 to current. The New Ross Standard was first publihsed in the late 19th century.

Monaghan Argus

The Monaghan Argus Volume 1 Number 1 Page 1 15/October/1949 The new Monaghan Argus will endeavour to present a week-by-week account of the activities, the public events, the social life, the sp... Read More

Laois Nationalist

Laois Nationalist Newspaper Archive available from 05/01/2016 to current

Kerry Weekly Reporter

The Kerry Weekly Reporter was a nationalist newspaper with a Catholic orientation. In 1920 The black and tans burnt the Kerry Weekly Reporters printing works on Russell Street and Market Street Tra... Read More

Kerry Sentinel

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.

Kerry Star

The Kerry Star Masthead ; “Help yourselves and God will help you” Wednesday, May 15, 1861 Extract from volume 1 edition 1 “In presenting you with this, the first number of THE KERRY STAR, it i... Read More

Kildare Nationalist

The Kildare Nationalist Newspaper Archives is available from 05/01/2016 to current.

KIllarney Echo & South Kerry Chronicle

Killarney Echo & South Kerry Chronicle newspaper first went to print on the Saturday, August 26th, 1899. Volume 1 On the newspapers inaugural edition page two the editor provides a detailed sta... Read More

Gorey Guardian

The Gorey Guardian newspaper contains stories relating primarily to Gorey town and its surrounding area, as well as stories relating to County Wexford. The topics covered are wide ranging. It also ... Read More

Roscommon Herald

The Roscommon Herald was founded by George Tully in 1859 son of Charles Tully the founder of the Roscommon Journal, 1828. George Tully died young, and the paper was continued by his widow, Honoria.... Read More

Enniscorthy Guardian

Enniscorthy Guardian was founded in 1880. The period 23/July/2019 to current available online

Drogheda Argus & Leinster Journal

The Drogheda Argus & Leinster Journal Prospectus: The Argus shall be found at all times the staunch supporter of the People's rights and liberties - their claims shall be enforced - their privi... Read More

Cork Weekly Examiner

Cork Weekly Examiner Available years 1967 - 1980

The Corkman

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 Echo Templeogue

The Echo is an award winning second-generation family run local newspaper that was established in May 1980. The Echo Templeogue Edition was a weekly newspaper, out every Thursday, serving Templeogu... Read More

The Echo Ballyfermot

The Echo an award winning second-generation family run local newspaper that was established in May 1980. The Echo Ballyfermot edition was a weekly newspaper established in 1996 out every Thursday,... Read More

The Echo Lucan

The Echo (Lucan) is an award winning second-generation family run local newspaper that was established in May 1980. The Echo is a weekly newspaper, out every Thursday, serving Lucan and it's surrou... Read More

The Echo West & Clondalkin

The Echo (West & Clondalkin)is an award winning second-generation family run local newspaper that was established in May 1980. The Echo is a weekly newspaper, out every Thursday, serving Clondalkin... Read More

The Echo Tallaght

The Echo is an award winning second-generation family run local newspaper that was established in May 1980. The Echo is a weekly newspaper, out every Thursday, serving Tallaght, Clondalkin, Bally... Read More


Founded shortly after its sister paper in County Westmeath, the Offaly Topic has grown both in size and circulation to become one of the most respected news brands in the Irish midlands, with every... Read More

The Bray People

The Bray People was founded in 1979 and serves the Bray area in County Wicklow. The Bray People is a variant of the Wicklow People. The Bray People Newspaper Archive is available as follows: 1999-... Read More

Wexford People

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

Wicklow People

The Wicklow People was founded in 1883 as a National League broadsheet. Three years later it went 'commerical' and as a national minded newspaper for the county, gave the pro-Parnell viewpoint in n... Read More

Limerick Chronicle

It was originally believed that the Chronicle began its life in 1766, but a local man from Limerick; Joe MacMahon established that it actually dates to 1768. The Limerick Chronicle was founded by ... Read More


The Argus Newspaper Archive Available years: The Drogheda Argus & Leinster Times 1835 - 1909 The Argus 2000 - 2017

Topic Westmeath

Founded in November 1971 as a small magazine called “TOPIC”, the Westmeath Topic has grown both in size and circulation to become one of the most respected news brands in the Irish midlands, with e... Read More

Evening Press

The Evening Press was an Irish newspaper which was printed from 1954 until 1995. Please check the available years below as there gaps in our current holdings for the Evening Press newspaper archiv... Read More

Clare Champion

The Clare Champion newspaper was founded in 1903 emerging from the ruins of another paper; The Clareman. The Clareman newspaper had much of its equipment sized due to a libel case and sold the same... Read More

Dublin Evening Mail

The Dublin Evening Mail was Ireland's longest running Evening title, from it's establishment in 1823 till its demise in 1962. It was a great success under its first Editor and for many decades was... Read More

The Nationalist & Leinster Times (Tipperary)

The Nationalist and Munster Advertiser Newspaper Archive

The Northern Standard

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.

Strabane Chronicle

The Strabane Chronicle and Tyrone and Donegal Advertiser was formerly established in 1896 however the newspaper title was taken over by the North West of Ireland Printing and Publishing Company in ... Read More

Fingal Independent

Fingal Independent Newspaper Archive covering Swords, Balbriggan and the Fingal area. Available Years: 1983 - 1989, 2005, 2007- Current

Holly Bough

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.

Carlow Morning Post

Archive Update 26th April 2021 Carlow Morning Post Newspaper Archives 01/08/1818-11/05/1878

Carlow Standard

Archive Update 26th April 2021 Carlow Standard Newspaper Archives 1832

Belfast Telegraph

Archive Update 22.04.2021 Belfast Telegraph Edition Count: 295,163 Page Count: 6,260 Available 1976 - Current

Tipperary Star

Archive Update 29th.March.2021 Tipperary Star Newspaper Archives 1909 – 1948 Founded in 1909 by Edward Long in Thurles

Evening Echo

The Echo, formerly known as the Evening Echo, is an Irish morning newspaper based in Cork. It is distributed throughout the province of Munster, although it is primarily read in its base city of Co... Read More

Sunday Journal

Updated on the 25/March/2021 Sunday Journal Archvies 24th / October / 2021 to 04th / October / 2015. The Sunday Journal is a local newspaper published in Derry, Northern Ireland that was launched... Read More

Sunday Press

Updated 25/March/2021 - The Sunday Press Archives Note: Available from 1978 - 1989 with missing periods. The Sunday Press was a weekly newspaper published in Ireland from 1949 until 1995. It wa... Read More

Kerry Reporter

Kerry Reporter

Young Ireland

Young Ireland / Éire Óg Newspaper Aodh de Blacam founded the Young Ireland ( Éire Óg ) in April 1917 in order to help mould the nationalist ideals of Irish children. The Young Ireland publication... Read More

Workers Bulletin

Published by the Strike Committee of the Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades Federation, Artizans' Hall, Garfield Street, Belfast and Printed at the Works of Thomas Brough & Cox 98 Donegal Street, ... Read More

United Ireland

The United Ireland newspaper was published by the Proprietors, the Star Publishing Co., Ltd., and printed by Cahill and Co., Ltd Parkgate St., Dublin

Truth War Issue

The Truth War Issue was published to provide a voice or propaganda for the Free State and called upon people to stand by the Free State Government during the civil war. Edition. 1 Volume. 1 "Apo... Read More

Truth that is News

This bulletin will be issued daily during the strike of the employees of the Irish Press. All those wishing to lend aid in its distribution are asked to communicate with the Workers Union of Irelan... Read More

The Workers Republic

The Workers' Republic edited by James Connolly was the official organ of the Socialist Party of Ireland. The first issue of The Workers Republic appeared on the 13th of August 1898, just two days... Read More

The Worker

The Worker Newspaper was produced by the Communist Party of Ireland (CPI).

The Women Worker

An Bhean Oibre - The Woman worker Newspaper was published from 1926 to 1928. The Dublin-based, with a few provincial branches, the Irish Women Workers' Union (IWWU) membership varied from 5,300 in ... Read More

The Wolfe Tone Weekly

Wolfe Tone Weekly Newspaper (1937–1939) was an Irish republican newspaper, edited by Brian O'Higgins and first appeared in September 1937. The Wolfe Tone Weekly generally endeavoured to promote the... Read More

The Weekly Summary

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

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

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 Voice of Labour

The Voice of Labour 'Official Organ of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union. Printed by Sealy, Bryers & Walker, Crow Street, Dublin; and published by the Irish Transport & General Workers... Read More

The United Irishman

The United Irishman was an Irish nationalist newspaper co-founded by Arthur Griffith and William Rooney. Printed for the Proprietors by Bernard Doyle, 9 Upper Ormond Quay, in the Parish of St. Mich... Read More

The Unionist

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 Tribune

The Tribune Newspaper was a short lived titled which in its first edition outlines its goal and aim; "We do not represent any party or organisation. The initiation of this paper is due to the spon... Read More

The Torch

The Torch Newspaper : the organ of the Kilkenny Workers Council The Torch publication Edition 1 Volume 1 provides its aims and reason for launch;

The Toiler

The Toiler was established to advance the interests of labour and protect Irish industry and commerce. The Toiler's aim was to crush Larkinism. Established by the employers of Dublin, including Wil... Read More

The Student

A magazine of national and university affairs produced by the National Students Club Cork

The Star

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

The Spark Newspaper was an anti-British publication. Published by the Gaelic Press which was run by Joseph Stanley.

The Southern Bulletin

The Southern Bulletin was an organ of the 2nd Southern Command and publication was used to inform and train its members on how an Irish soldier should perform. The Southern Bulletin was printed for... Read More

The Sinn Feiner

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 Shan Van Vocht: the republican journal. Published from Belfast and edited by Alice Milligan (1866-1953) and Ethna Carbery (1866-1902)

The Separatist

The Separatist Newspaper ran the sub heading of: "To Break the Connection With England......" Tone

The Republican File

The Republican File was produced by the Republican Press Ltd, 12 St Andrew Street Dublin.

The Republic

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

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 Red Flag

The Red Flag How can a person be free when its means of life are in the grasp of another? How can the Working Class be free when the sole chance of existence of its individual members depends upo... Read More

The Plain People

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 Pioneer

The Pioneer Journal was published on the first of each month.

The Phoenix

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

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

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 Needle

The Needle newspaper was very short lived title with its offices located at 12 Upper Liffey Street, Dublin. The Needle newspaper ran the subheading A Discriminating Eye, An Inflexible Backbone, a... Read More

The Nationalist

The Nationalist Newspaper ran the sub-heading 'A weekly Review of Irish Thought And Affairs' Printed for the Proprietors by Browne and Nolan Ltd., Nassua Street and published at 58 Middle Abbey-S... Read More

The National Volunteer

The paper was established following the split in the Irish Volunteers in support of John Redmond and the vast majority of the Irish Volunteer movement; the motto used by the paper was "Defence not ... Read More

The National Democrat

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.

The Nation

Anti-Treaty journal which attacked Collins-Griffith for accepting the Treaty. The first edition in particular pours scorn on Arthur Griffith, who ironically died on that very day, 12 August 1922. T... Read More

The Liberator & Irish Trade Unionist

A very short lived publication during the 1913 Lock Out in Dublin from 23/08/1913 - 22/11/1913

The Land

April 1923....Printed for the proprietors by the Gael Co-operative Society, 42 Middle Abbey Street Dublin

The Labour Opposition

First Published 1925 The Labour Opposition in Northern Ireland was published by the North branch ILP edited by Hugh Gemmell. The Labour Opposition in Northern Ireland offered a monthly forum for de... Read More

The Irishman

The Irishman was published early 1916 by Herbert Moore Pim in Belfast. The founder and editor Herbert Moore Pim was a controversial figure in Ireland’s history. Herbert Moore Pim converted to Catho... Read More

The Irish Workers Voice

The Irish Worker's Voice is the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Ireland. The paper is published weekly on and off by the various guises under which the Communist party of Ireland was c... Read More

The Irish Worker

The Irish Worker was a newspaper produced by James Larkin, initially edited by Larkin and published in 1911 as The Irish Worker and Peoples' Advocate. it was suppressed in August 1914. James Conn... Read More

The Irish Volunteer

Edited by Eoin MacNeill There was no doubt what message the new paper, The Irish Volunteer, was selling, or what its advertisers were selling either. In the issue dated July 4, 1914, on page 11,... Read More

The Irish People War Special

The Irish People appears to-day for a very clear and specific purpose, which is briefly, to defend the rights of the Irish People. Those rights have been assailed by every means that unscrupulous m... Read More

The Irish People

The Irish People (Sept. 1899 - Nov. 1903 and 30 September 1905 – 27 March 1909) was a newspaper published in Cork by William O'Brien, MP (not to be confused with William Smith O'Brien). The paper s... Read More

The Irish Peasant

Published in Navan county Meath 1903-1906 much of its commentary centered on the 1903 Wyndham Land Act. The Irish Peasant emerged between. 1903 and 1906, edited for a middle-class Catholic readersh... Read More

The Irish Nation

The Irish Nation and Peasant was printed and published for the Proprietors at 12 Temple Lane, Dublin. The Irish Nation and Peasant had a circulation in Dublin, London, Liverpool, Manchester and Gla... Read More

The Irish Hammer & Plough

The Irish Workers' Party published Irish Hammer and Plough, edited by Roddy Connolly, and focused on work in the Irish National Unemployed Movement, the party was shortlived and dissolved in 1927 a... Read More

The Irish Front

The Irish Front newspaper's only edition on our archives lead story is; Ireland And The Jubilee. Extract: We well know that what "The Independent" screams about does and always "get across". Yet ... Read More

The Irish Exile

The Irish Exile Newspaper ran the subheading "An Organ of Irish Movements in and around London"  Launched in March 1921 by London District Committee of the ISDL. The Irish Exile was the official m... Read More

The Irish Citizen

Following the demise of Bean na hEireann in 1911, leaving a gap in the market for a feminist newspaper, Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington and Margaret Cousins launched the feminist newspaper The Irish Citiz... Read More

The Irish Bulletin

The Irish Bulletin was more graphic in its coverage of violence than was usual for its time. An example was its reporting on the deaths of two prominent Sinn Féin leaders, Henry and Patrick Loughna... Read More

The Hibernian

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 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 Harp

The Harp (1917) A short-lived newspaper that ran from March to July 1917 and printed in the Kilkenny Journal offices. In favour of Sinn Fein, the aim of the newspaper was to strike a ‘defiant nati... Read More

The Freeman

The Freeman (Ar Saoranac)  INA holding begins in 1927 but there were 21 issues prior to this. ‘challenged from the left; challenged from the right; we will keep the middle of the road’ (Kevin O’Hi... Read More

The Fenian

Official war news of the Anti-Treaty IRA.As the Civil War continued it became increasingly difficult to publish the paper. The first issue ran to three pages The Fenian 1922 No. 13 Jail Wall Bl... Read More

The Felon Setter

The Felon-Setter is a particularly vile specimen of national degenerate. He combines the character of the spy and traitor. And as an offender against Society he deserves to be deprived of the power... Read More

The Factionist

1917....self titled as the ‘Smallest newspaper in the world’....suppressed 1917. ‘As we are kept up by German Gold we can afford to distribute our official journal free’. The first edition was only... Read More

The Eye-Opener

The Eye-Opener was one Ireland's most vitriolic Irish publication published in the early decades of the twentieth century. Edited by Thomas Dickson a known fraudster the Eye-Opener was an anti-Semi... Read More

The Dublin Trade & Labour Journal

Published by workers for workers The Dublin Trade and Labour Journal is placed today in the hands of the Irish people with firm confidence in its future. We make no begging appeal for support, for... Read More

The Dalcassian

The Dalcassian began in Ennis, County Clare to show support for the shop hands who had gone out on strike in 1919. A very short-lived title. Printers. Extract: LABOUR'S RALLY! For slavelings and ... Read More

The Blueshirts

The Blueshirt newspaper commenced publication from August 1933. Blueshirt propaganda was racist - and anti-Semitic, as in this extract from their journal: Quote: "The founders of Communism were ... Read More

Straight Talk

Extract 22.November.1922 Straight Talk The 17th November - AND ERSKINE CHILDERS The logic of National Betrayal is almost complete. Betray your Nation and you must then exterminate true Nationali... Read More

Sinn Fein Weekly

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.

Sinn Fein Daily

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.

Sinn Fein

Our mission is expressed in our title. We, people of Ireland, must realise ourselves. That is what these words, Sinn Fein, stand for. Know, then, thyself. Self-examination is not complete that does... Read More

Scissors & Paste

The Scissors and Paste newspaper was launched by Arthur Griffith, founder of Sinn Féin to replace the suppressed Eire/Ireland.  The Scissors and Paste circumvented Regulation 27 of the Defence of t... Read More

Republican War Bulletin

Anti-Treaty publication which featured illustrations by Countess Markievicz. The publication often featured depictions of the Free State forces using British like tactics in brutality against the I... Read More

Republican Review

Republican Review was published on the first of each month. Extract; For the past two or three years, the expression of Republican thought has had a limited field, principally due to the methods, o... Read More

Republican Congress

Republican Congress newspaper had an editorial Offices; 112 Marlboro Street, Dublin. The publication ran with a subheading; "We cannot conceive of a Free Ireland with a Subject Working Class."--Co... Read More

Prison Bars

Prison Bars edited by Maud Gonne McBride, which was the only remaining feminist journal, published objections to the Constitution from women who had been prominent within the nationalist movement (... Read More

Old Ireland

The Irish movement today - there is only one Irish sentiment either in Ireland or wherever the Irish race still resides its character and has not disinherited itself of its patrimony tradition and ... Read More

Notes from Ireland

The Irish Unionist Alliance formerly the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union, launched Notes from Ireland in 1886, undoubtedly as a direct response to the outcome of the 1886 election, and in advance o... Read More

New Ireland

Ár n-Éire New Ireland was an Irish Nationalist weekly newspaper published between 1915 and 1922. It was edited by Patrick Little who edited An Phobalcht and became a Fianna Fail TD. Ár n-Éire New I... Read More


Printed for the Proprietors at the Northgate Printing Works, Belfast and published at the 'Nationality' Office, 12 D'Olier Street, Dublin The editor of Nationality was the future head of the first... Read More

Long War Sheet

The Long War Sheet - Republican Publication Extract: The Free State forces are now in exactly the same positions the British Enemy were before the truce. The reports which we publish in the issue... Read More

Labour News

The Labour News publication set its self apart from its predecessors. A professional journalist, Christopher O'Sullivan wrote and edited the paper and created a structured publication that focused ... Read More

Irish Workers Weekly

The Irish Worker newspaper was relaunched in 1923 following Larkin's return to Ireland. It was used to launch his political party Irish Worker League. The last edition of The Irish Workers was Marc... Read More

Irish War News

The Irish War News was issued during the 1916 Easter Rising and was edited by Patrick Pearse. The Irish War News was published to spread the word of the rebellion. Republican Joe Stanley who was al... Read More

Irish Statesman

The Irish Statesman was a weekly journal promoting the views of the Irish Dominion League. It ran from 27 June 1919 to June 1920, edited by Warre B. Wells and with contributions from W. B. Yeats, G... Read More

Irish Opinion

Weekly newspaper and review; a ‘moderate’ opinion but in favour of Sinn Fein which was edited by Andrew Malone

Irish Nation

“If any man hath an ear let him hear and he that hath understanding let him learn wisdom” Edited by MJ Judge the newspaper ran from June 1916 to December 1919. The newspaper supported the policy o... Read More

Irish Freedom

Saoirse Irish Freedom na h-Éireann Number 5 Findlater Place (now Cathal Brugha Street) was the office of Irish Freedom–Saoirse, the ‘official’ publication of the IRB. The establishment of this pap... Read More

Irish Citizen Army Bulletin

From the founding of the Irish Citizen Army (ICA) to Easter Week 1916 can be described as the organisation’s heroic period. It would survive the Rising by a further twenty years: until the Civil Wa... Read More

Ireland Overall

Ireland Over All Issued weekly every Tuesday morning. Short contributions are inserted from all Republicans and should be addressed to the Manager "Ireland OverAll 73a HEYTESBURY St, Dublin. Rates ... Read More


Editor of the Honesty Newspaper was James W Upton who wrote under the pseudonyms Gilbert Galbraith and Ed Dalton. Upton was a celebrated socialist republican and Gaelic Games journalist who took pa... Read More


Freedom Edition No. 1 Extract A letter from Rory O'Connor The Lies and hypocrisy of the Free Staters Leaders are astounding, especially to those of us here who took part in the Army negotiations ... Read More

Fianna Fail Bulletin

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


The Fianna also contained cultural and social pieces on camping, drilling, signaling etc, and adverts for scouting supplies shops. Fianna events and parades were also listed in the publication. The... Read More

Election Bulletin

ELECTION METHODS Edition 19.February.1925 No.8 The earnest desire of the Free Staters to make Ireland a country fit for traitors to live in, is again shown by the news, published in the morning's... Read More

Éire The Irish Nation

Letter to the Press by Madame Maud Gonne, Dated November 12,1923 

Éire Ireland

After the suppression of Éire Ireland due to its anti-British tone it was replaced by the Scissors and Paste publication.

Dublin Strike News

United Front To Capitalist Onslaught

Dublin News

To the Speaker of the Provisional 'Parliament' of Southern Ireland

Daily Sheet

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.

Bottom Dog

This new awareness found an outlet in the appearance on October 20th, 1917 of Limerick's first working-class paper, The Bottom Dog. This weekly publication was written and circulated by some of the... Read More

Belfast Strike Bulletin

Belfast Strike Bulletin

Belfast Labour Chronicle

The Belfast Chronicle  'The Organ of the Belfast Trades Council and Labour Representation Committee'

An T-Óglác

An t-Óglách was also referred to as the old IRA's newspaper during the War of Independence and contained the tagline ‘The Official Organ of the Irish Volunteer'. Michael Collins, while he was the A... Read More

The Free State

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 Saogal Gaedealac

An Saogal Gaedealac Newspaper Sub heading The Irish World And Industrial Advocate. "Four years ago to all save a mere handful of obstinate separatists the historic Irish Nation was a thing of the p... Read More

Poblacht na h-Eireann ( War. Ed.)

Liam Mellows, Frank Gallagher and Erskine Childers, founded the newspaper, Poblacht na hÉireann (Republic of Ireland). The editorial committee included such republicans as Cathal Brugha, killed lat... Read More

Poblacht na h-Eireann ( Sth. Ed.)

Liam Mellows, Frank Gallagher and Erskine Childers, founded the newspaper, Poblacht na hÉireann (Republic of Ireland). The editorial committee included such republicans as Cathal Brugha, killed lat... Read More

Poblacht na h-Eireann ( Scot. Ed.)

Liam Mellows, Frank Gallagher and Erskine Childers, founded the newspaper, Poblacht na hÉireann (Republic of Ireland). The editorial committee included such republicans as Cathal Brugha, killed lat... Read More

An Claidheamh Soluis

An Claidheamh Soluis was an Irish nationalist newspaper published by Conradh na Gaeilge (the Gaelic League). Meaning the ‘Sword of Light’, Eoin MacNeill was its first editor, overseeing its publica... Read More

An Geadal

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

Dublin Journal

 The founder of The Dublin Journal was a George Faulkner born in Dublin in 1699 George Faulkner became an apprentice to printer Thomas Hume on Dame Street, Dublin. He completed his apprenticeship i... Read More

Offaly Independent

The Offaly Independent Established 1894 ( 1920 – Current; Online )

Westmeath Independent

 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

Irish Daily Independent

The Irish Daily Independent was established 1890 with its first publication Vol 1 No.1 on the 18.December.1891 the Irish Daily Independent absorbed the Daily Nation newspaper and the merger of the ... Read More

Drogheda Independent

The Drogheda Independent was established in 1884 and offers over 133 years of Irish history. The Drogheda Independent was closely linked with the Land League movement and identified itself with the... Read More

Waterford News & Star

Waterford News & Star Newspaper Orientation:

Kerry Press

Join the world's oldest and largest Newspaper Archive and get access to the Kerry Press. The Kerry Press was a sister paper of the Kerry Advocate and both newspaper titles where published and print... Read More

Kerry People

The Kerry People Newspaper Archive is available from 1902 - 1928 and one of 19 newspapers from County Kerry available through the Irish Newspaper Archives. Join today and get access to 300 years o... Read More

Kerry Independent

The Kerry Independent 1880 to 1884 is one of 19 newspapers from County Kerry available to search and view through the Irish Newspaper Archives resource. The Kerry Independent was founded, published... Read More

Kerry Examiner

The Kerry Examiner Newspaper provides a record of regional, national and international news. From the very first edition the Kerry Examiner carries news from India, France and Russia with a front p... Read More

Kerry News

The Kerry News Historical Newspaper Archive is one of 19 newspapers from County Kerry Available through the Irish Newspaper Archives resource. Join today and get access to 300 years of Irish histor... Read More

Kerry Evening Star

The Kerry Evening Star is one of 19 County Kerry newspapers that can be accessed via Irish Newspapper Archives. The Irish Newspaper Archives resoruce contains over 74 Irish historical newspapers da... Read More

Dublin Evening Post

The title ‘The Dublin Evening Post’ has been used several times during the early 17th – 19th century. The Irish Newspaper Archive resource hosts the archive of the Dublin Evening Post from 1796 – 1... Read More

Drogheda Reporter

The Drogheda Reporter & General Advertiser Newspaper is available to search and retrieve along with 3 other newspaper from County Louth + 70 more titles nationwide. Irish Newspaper Archives has ove... Read More

Drogheda Conservative

The Drogheda Conservative newspaper ran from 1864 - 1906. The newspaper archive of the Drogheda Argus is available through Irish Newspaper Archives. Get access to the 4 newspapers from Drogheda fro... Read More

Kerry Champion

The Kerry Champion newspaper was established in 1928 by Mr Tommy Lynch and Mr. P.J. Cahill. Commonly known as the “Champion” newspaper it circulated in County Kerry, north Cork and west Limerick... Read More

Derry Journal

The Derry Journal is part of Ireland's largest and oldest Irish Newspaper Archive. Join today and get access to 300 years of Irish History. The Derry Journal is an Irish newspaper steeped in histor... Read More

Butte Independent

The Butte Independent is Irish Newspaper Archives only US printed newspaper. The Butte Independent offers a unique opportunity to view how cultural and political events in Ireland were reported in ... Read More

Kerry Evening Post

Over 19 historic newspaper archives are available through Irish Newspaper Archives. Join today and get access to 300 years of Irish History. The Kerry Evening Post was the first rival newspaper to ... Read More

Chutes Western Herald

Chute’s Western Herald Newspaper Archive is available on Irish Newspaper Archives. Chute's Western Herald was one of the first newspapers to be printed in Kerry. Other newspapers like the Kerry Chr... Read More

Finn’s Leinster Journal

The Finn’s Leinster Journal is undoubtedly one of the most important newspapers available through Irish Newspaper Archives. The Finn’s Leinster Journal is one of the oldest and most influential new... Read More

Kerry Advocate

The Kerry Advocate newspaper archive is available online now through the Irish Newspaper Archives gateway. The Kerry Advocate archive 1914 - 1916. The Kerry Advocate newspaper is 1 of 20 Kerry news... Read More

Western Journal

The Western Journal Newspaper 1977 – 1983 The launch of The Western Journal was not without controversy. The title was produced in the same region of Ballina as the Western People newspaper. The ti... Read More

Ballina Herald

The Ballina Herald and Mayo and Sligo Advertiser 1927 to 1962  The Ballina Herald was established in 1844 by Mr J Duncan and Richard Watson. The paper was produced weekly and in 1882 had a circulat... Read More

Ballinrobe Chronicle

The Ballinrobe Chronicle & Mayo Advertiser 1866 - 1903 Available on Irish Newspaper Archives. The Ballinrobe Chronicle was established by Mr Gore Kelly in 1866. Serving the County Mayo. Use the Chr... Read More

Mayo Examiner

The Mayo Examiner & West of Ireland Agricultural and Commercial Reporter and Advertiser 1868 - 1876. The Mayo Examiner published its first newspaper on the 06.July.1868 and lasted only a few years ... Read More

Nenagh News

The Nenagh News 05.January.1895 – 20.December.1924 The Nenagh News newspaper archive consists of 6,312 pages. Through the newspaper pages of the Nenagh News our members will be able to search and r... Read More

Dundalk Democrat

The Dundalk Democrat Newspaper 1849 – Current The Dundalk Democrat was established in 1849 by Mr. Joseph A. Cartan. The paper was originally produced from a hotel owned by the Cartan family. Carta... Read More

Leinster Express

The Leinster Express Newspaper Archive 1831 – Current The Leinster Express Newspapers is one of Ireland’s oldest regional newspapers, established in 1831 by Henry W. Talbot. Over the centuries, th... Read More

Western People

The Western People Newspaper Archive 1889 – Current . The Western People was founded by P.G. Smyth and T.A. Walsh and established in 1883. The Western People newspaper had a nationalist view and ci... Read More

Sligo Champion

The Sligo Champion 1879 - 1899 / 1950 - Current The Sligo Champion is one of Ireland’s oldest and leading regional newspaper titles. The first edition of the Sligo Champion was published on the 04.... Read More

Mayo News

The award-winning Mayo News newspaper has been reporting on regional and national affairs for over 120 years. The Mayo News was established in 1892 by William and Patrick Dorris. In the early perio... Read More

Irish Examiner

The Cork Examiner, known today as, The Irish Examiner is the South of Ireland’s oldest daily newspaper. Established in 1841 by Mr John Francis Maguire. The Cork Examiner was setup just before the s... Read More

Donegal Democrat

The Donegal Democrat was first published on June 16, 1919, founded by John Downey. Based in Ballyshannon, the paper has served the people of Donegal for almost 100 years, offering a broad range of ... Read More

Nationalist & Leinster Times

The first edition of The Carlow Nationalist and Leinster Times was published on Browne Street, Carlow in 1883. This historic newspaper has been reporting on regional and national events for over 13... Read More

Evening Herald

The Evening Herald newspaper archive 1891 to current available on Irish Newspaper Archives. The Evening Herald is one of Ireland best known newspapers. From its very first edition published the 19... Read More

Connacht Sentinel

The Connacht Tribune is the longest-established newspaper circulating throughout Galway county and city. First hitting the news stands on 22nd May 1909 it has been telling Galway's story every week... Read More

Tyrone Herald

Search through Tyrone Herald Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Skiberreen Eagle

Search through Skiberreen Eagle Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

The Nation

Search through The Nation Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Longford Leader

The Longford Leader Newspaper 1897 – Current. The Longford Leader represents one of the last nineteenth century Irish Nationalist newspapers. Established in 1897 by J.P. Farrell (13 May 1865 – 11 ... Read More

Kilkenny People

The Kilkenny People 1895 – Current , The Kilkenny People is available on the Irish Newspaper Archives resource from the 26.October.1895 however The Kilkenny People newspaper was established in 1893... Read More

Gaelic Life

Search through Gaelic Life Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Fermanagh Herald

The Fermanagh Herald Newspaper Archive 1903 - Current The Fermanagh Herald was established in 1902 by the North West of Ireland Publishing Company. The founder Mr Louis Lynch had already establishe... Read More

Irish Independent

The Irish Independent archive is one of Irish Newspaper Archives flagship titles. Irish political, social and cultural life can be researched through the archives of the Irish Independent. The news... Read More

Belfast Newsletter

The News Letter is the oldest English language daily newspaper in the World. The Belfast Newsletter Archive offers an incredible resource for all Irish studies research and genealogical research. T... Read More

Westmeath Examiner

John Patrick Hayden (25 April 1863 – 3 July 1954) the founder and first editor of the Westmeath Examiner. Established the Westmeath Examiner before his 20th birthday. J.P Hayden was a well-known Ir... Read More

Munster Express

Search through Munster Express Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Ulster Herald

Search through Ulster Herald Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage, The Ulster Herald first went to print on the Friday, 31ST.August.1901 and in th... Read More

Nenagh Guardian

Search through Nenagh Guardian Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Meath Chronicle

Search through Meath Chronicle Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Connaught Telegraph

Search through Connaught Telegraph Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Limerick Leader

Search through Limerick Leader Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage Update: New editions added to the archives 1893-1904, 1928,1933,1951,1965,... Read More

Leitrim Observer

Search through Leitrim Observer Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage


Search through Kerryman Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Tuam Herald

Search through Tuam Herald Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Galway City Tribune

Search through Galway City Tribune Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Connacht Tribune

Search through Connacht Tribune Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Donegal News

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.

Southern Star

Search through Southern Star Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage

Sunday Independent

Search the entire archvie of the Sunday Independent from 1906 to current date along with 70 other Irish Newspapers. Irish Newspaper Archives offers a national newspaper database for researchers to ... Read More

Irish Press

The Irish Press Newspaper is a title that needs no introduction. The Irish Press newspaper is engrained in contemporary Irish history and its very name will immediately evoke thoughts of Eamon de V... Read More

Irish Farmer’s Journal

The Irish Farmer's Journal available in Irish Newspaper Archives. Archive runs form 1957 - 2000 Join today. Founded in 1948 the Irish Farmers Journal was established to support the Irish agricultur... Read More

Freeman’s Journal

The Freeman's Journal is said to be the most important newspaper source for Irish Historical Studies. The Freeman's Journal was founded 1763 till 1924 where it was absorbed into the Irish Independe... Read More


Search through Anglo-Celt Newspaper Records for help with finding Irish Ancestors, Tracing Family Tree & Heritage


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