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. Michan, and City of Dublin.
The United Irishman was an Irish nationalist newspaper co-founded by Arthur Griffith and William Rooney; first published in March 1899 and ran until 1906. Contributors included Oliver St. John Gogarty, Pádraig Pearse, Maud Gonne and Roger Casement. In 1906 the United Irishman collapsed under a libel suit and was re-established as Sinn Féin.
|Edition Count||Page Count||Years|
|1899 - 1906|
|478||3,838||*Out of print|