Sir Charles Gavan Duffy | Irish politician | Britannica

Charles Gavan Duffy (1816-1903) was a Young Irelander and the co-founder of the Nation newspaper alongside Thomas Davis and John Blake Dillon. Following Davis’s death in 1845, Gavan Duffy and John Mitchel became the leading writers of the Nation. Gavan Duffy escaped conviction for his role in the Young Ireland rebellion in 1848 and became part of the Irish Tenant Land League, being elected as an MP to Westminster. Eventually, disillusioned with Irish politics in general, he emigrated to Australia in 1856 and became Premier of the state of Victoria.


Fag a Bealaċ

To The President of the Anti-Repeal Operative Society

The Song of Ulster

A Song of Sorrow

Two Sonnets

The Voice of Labour

The Muster of the North, 1641


Epigram (II)

Love Song

The Nation (1842)

The Use and Capacity of Confederate Clubs (1847)

The Creed of “The Nation” (1848)

The Tocsin of Ireland (1848)

‘Wanted A Few Workmen’ (1849)

The Corpse On The Dissecting Table (1855)

What Irishmen May Do For Irish Literature (1892)

Books For The Irish People (1893)