References in periodicals archive ?
This thoroughly researched biography's main strength is that it brings a nineteenth-century perspective to the life of Arthur Griffith, a figure more often approached from a twentieth-century vantage point.
Its co-founder and president was none other than Arthur Griffith, who had shuttered the United Irishman, supplanting it in 1906 with the new Sinn Fein Weekly.
(33) See Patrick Maume, "Young Ireland, Arthur Griffith, and Republican Ideology: The Question of Continuity," Eire-Ireland 34:2 (Summer 1999), 161.
1905: The Irish political party, Sinn Fein, was founded by Arthur Griffith in Dublin.
He mocked Griffith in recognisable terms: 'bluff, bounce and blatherskite', 'Garrulous Griff, Arthur Griffith, MLA, plenipotentiary to Oom Paul Kruger--Australian Branch', 'one of those bubonic germs introduced to this State by payment of members'.
Arthur Griffith's antisemitism cannot be dismissed with the comment that it hardly differed from the British norm at the time; the 1904 Limerick pogrom was condemned by Unionists and members of the Irish party but not by Griffith.
O'Kelly, Cathal Brugha, Arthur Griffith, or Michael Collins, he conveys vivid pictures of these men and their goals.
It was shunted into its now lessprominent position to make room for the cenotaph marking the deaths of Irish Independence heroes Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith.
Cawn glywed mai Cymro o dras oedd Thomas Davis (1814-1845) sefydlydd y mudiad Young Ireland a chyfansoddwr caneuon grymus megis A Nation Once Again a The West's Awake, a hefyd Arthur Griffith, sylfaenydd Sinn Fein.
In reality, the latter constituted a two-man clique of Michael Collins, whose vanity appeared to be matched only be his incompetence (77), and Arthur Griffith, dismissed by Drill secretary and de Valera ally Erskine Childers as "muzzy with whiskey" and "in genuine sympathy with many of the English claims" (75).
WHEN John Millington Synge's threeact play was first performed in 1907, Sinn Fein leader Arthur Griffith declared it "a vile and inhuman story told in the foulest language we have ever listened to from a public platform".
SINN Fein looks set to go on a recruitment drive next year as it prepares to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the party founded by Arthur Griffith on November 28, 1905.