Isaac Butt

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  • From the first everything pointed to Isaac Butt as its leader. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • We formed a small committee, and invited Isaac Butt to our projected opening demonstration. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • This was when he came amongst us, a promising young recruit, under the wing of Isaac Butt. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • Isaac Butt himself was elected the first President. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • Isaac Butt died of strain later that year and Parnell held back in grabbing control of the party.
  • It was won by the Home Rule League candidate Isaac Butt, who was unopposed.
  • Isaac Butt comes first into note as the orator of the Orange Party in Dublin. Cited from The Open Secret of Ireland, by T. M. Kettle
  • Parnell possessed in a remarkable degree a gift which was of great service to him during his political career as the successor of Isaac Butt. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • Later in his career Shaw was an associate of Isaac Butt in the Home Rule League.
  • Before the venerable figure of Isaac Butt disappears from the scene, let me say a few words about his eminently agreeable personality. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • Barrett was defended by Isaac Butt, who proceeded to attack the prosecution case.
  • To Isaac Butt is ascribed the merit of having conceived and given form to the constitutional movement for Irish liberty. Cited from Ireland Since Parnell, by Daniel Desmond Sheehan
  • Obstruction was opposed by Home Rule Party leader Isaac Butt but approved of by most Irish nationalists.
  • The 1874 British general election in Ireland produced the first major electoral appearance of the Home Rule League under chairman Isaac Butt.
  • Parnell was positioning himself to take over the Home Rule League after Isaac Butt died, and a growing land campaign would give him an issue for the coming election.
  • This behaviour was opposed by the less aggressive chairman (leader) of the Home Rule League, Isaac Butt.
  • The first leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party was Isaac Butt, one of the most skilled barristers of the day.
  • Isaac Butt yielded to its fascination, and found for it the watchword, Home Rule. Cited from The Open Secret of Ireland, by T. M. Kettle
  • So far all looked promising; but what was his alarm to hear, within three days of the event, that Isaac Butt's professional engagements would prevent his being able to attend. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
  • So far all looked promising; but what was his alarm to hear, within three days of the event, that Isaac Butt's professional engagements would prevent his being able to attend. Cited from The Life Story of an Old Rebel, by John Denvir
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