The Sad News in Carlow.
Death of Charles Parnell
MEETING: OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
The first, intelligence of
Mr. Parnell's death
was received in Carlow on the afternoon of Wednesday. It was at
first received with incredulity, but on confirmation of the
sorrowful news being received the supporters of the late Leader
in the town were literally overwhelmed with grief at the wholly
unexpected and mournful announcement.
We will not state the
untruth that the Seceders were affected by the intelligence of
the greatest Irishman's death; on the contrary, they seemed
jubilant over the fact that Providence had removed the man who
did untold service to his country and by his exertions saved
thousands of his countrymen from the horrors of famine.
Thursday and Friday the windows of all the Nationalists’
premises in the town were shuttered in respect to the memory of
Mr. Parnell. On Thursday evening a Special Meeting of the
Carlow, Tinryland and Bennekerry Branch of the Irish National
League was told in the Town Hall. There was a very large
attendance and the proceedings were charaterised with silent and
Mr Governey, T.C. presided.
Amongst those present were John Whelan, T.C.
Patrick Lawler, T.C.; John Clowry. T.C, M. O’Reilly, James
Hosey, Patrick Lawler, E. T Mulhall, solicitor; .James Moore, J
Jordan, J. Doyle, Joseph Kinsella, P. Devine, P. O’Toole,
Richard McDonald, Joseph Kelly, S.J. Doyle, Vincent Walker,
James McMahon, John Dunne, John Foley, Francis O’Neill, E.
Walker, John Farrell, James Given, Patrick McDonald, John
Curran, James Williams, James Byrne, ?S, W. Kennedy, M Kavanagh,
M Hayder, J. Brennan, M. Walker. H. Doyle, W.H. Hender, Wm
Pierce Hosey, James Reddy, George Nolan, Hugh Quinlan, J.
McDonald, M. Power, D. Hayden, E. Geoghegan, James Quinlan, W.
Weatherall, T. Byrne, W. Curran, J. Scanlan, -- Castell, John
Mahony, Patrick Haughney.
- Carlow Vindicator and Leinster Standard
October 10th 1891
- Vincent Walker's Bookbinding
advert which appeared in the 1891 paper
mentioned. He is also listed attending
the meeting above
Source: Peter Walker and
Carlow Vindicator and |Leinster Standard Saturday October 10th
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