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 On this day 17 March in Irish History II

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PostSubject: On this day 17 March in Irish History II   Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:25 pm

OK moving over here so

17 March 1779: First St Patrick's Day Parade in New York.

17 March 1858: James Stephens founded The Irish Republican Brotherhood in Dublin. On the same day in New York City John O’Mahony founded the Fenians.

17 March 1943: Eamon de Valera made his famous speech on ‘comely maidens…’ He also attended a Ceili held in the Great hall in Dublin Castle that same night. Mr De Valera and members of the Cabinet joined in the dancing.
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