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  Richard Mulcahy
Richard Mulcahy 1886-1971 was an Irishman who fought in the 1916 Easter Rising and served as IRA Chief of Staff during the War Of Independence.
Richard Mulcahy was architect of the guerrilla war that forced the British to grant Dominion status to Ireland and the guiding spirit behind the civil war that ensured the survival of the new state.
Contrary to traditional interpretation, she argues, Mulcahy and General Headquarters Staff played a crucial role in setting ethical boundaries for the guerrilla war, in ensuring that the war of independence did not degenerate into wanton violence, sectarian conflict, or personal vengeance.
www.generalmichaelcollins.com /Fine_Gael/Richard_Mulcahy.html   (481 words)

  
  Richard Mulcahy
Richard Mulcahy 1886-1971 was an Irishman who fought in the 1916 Easter Rising and served as IRA Chief of Staff during the War Of Independence.
Mulcahy served as Irish Defence Minister from 1923-1924.
He became leader of Fine Gael in 1944, however, he was forced to decline becoming Taoiseach on two occasions because he was seen to be an unacceptable candidate.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ri/Richard_Mulcahy.html   (101 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Richard Mulcahy
Mulcahy served as Defence Minister in the new Free State government from 1923 until 1924, but was forced to resign after criticism by the Executive Council over his handling of the so-called Army Mutiny — when Irish Army officers almost revolted after Mulcahy demobilised many of them after the end of the Civil War.
Mulcahy was returned again to the 12th Dáil as TD for Tipperary at the 1944 general election.
Richard Mulcahy died in Dublin on 16 December, 1971, at the age of 85 from natural causes.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Richard_Mulcahy   (926 words)

  
 Richard Mulcahy - Definition, explanation
Mulcahy joined the Irish Volunteers soon after their formation in 1913 and he was also a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood and the Gaelic League.
Mulcahy served as Defence Minister from 1923-1924, but was forced to resign after criticism by the Executive Council of his handling of the Army Mutiny.
Richard Mulcahy died in Dublin on December 16, 1971.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/r/ri/richard_mulcahy.php   (536 words)

  
 Richard Mulcahy
Richard James Mulcahy was born in Waterford and educated by the Christian Brothers both there, and later in Thurles where his father was postmaster.
After the resignation of W.T. Cosgrave in June 1944 Mulcahy was elected leader of Fine Gael.
He stood aside to allow John A. Costello to form the First and Second Inter-Party Governments and served as Minister for Education in both (1948–51, 1954–57) and as Minister for the Gaeltacht (July–October 1956).
www.ucd.ie /archives/html/collections/mulcahy-richard.htm   (457 words)

  
 The Taunton Gazette - An officer's farewells
Mulcahy died Saturday, six months after he was diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoa, which is cancer of the bile duct, that spread to his liver and lungs.
Mulcahy, who served in the police department for more than 20 years, was the head of the department's dive team and a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, in which he served as a military police officer.
Mulcahy's daughter, Natasha Anaya, spoke about her father at the funeral, saying he was a "toughie who inside was a softy" and the most amazing man she has ever known.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=17504051&BRD=1711&PAG=461&dept_id=24232&rfi=6   (491 words)

  
 Richard Mulcahy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Richard (Dick) Mulcahy was born in Manor Street, Waterford in 1886.
Mulcahy supported the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921 and became commander of the military forces of the Provisional Government during the subsequent Civil War.
His son, also named Richard Mulcahy, was for many years a prominent cardiologist in Dublin.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Richard_Mulcahy   (903 words)

  
 Richard Mulcahy - Wiki Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mulcahy served as Defence Minister from 1923-1924, but was forced to resign after criticism by the Executive Council of his handling of the Army Mutiny.
Mulcahy was defeated in the 1937 General Election, but was re-elected for Dublin North-East in 1938.
Richard Mulcahy died in Dublin on December 16, 1971.
wiki.ie /wiki/Richard_Mulcahy   (541 words)

  
 Community helping ailing Taunton cop, family
Mulcahy, a 22-year veteran of the force and a Navy veteran, was recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer that has spread.
Mulcahy, his wife, Carolyn, and their four children have thanked everyone for all the prayers and calls they have received thus far in this short time.
Mulcahy is a dive master and commander of the dive team.
www.enterprisenews.com /articles/2006/06/06/news/news/news12.txt   (478 words)

  
 The Taunton Gazette - It's what time they have   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mulcahy, a 22-year veteran of the Taunton police department, was diagnosed with cholangio carcinoma, a rare and fast-moving form of cancer, after what he thought were flu symptoms turned out to be much more serious.
Carolyn Mulcahy said she is spending her time being with and taking care of her husband - a shift because he has been helping take care of her since she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis three years ago.
Richard Mulcahy was born and raised in Taunton.
www.tauntongazette.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=16815929&BRD=1711&PAG=461&dept_id=24232&rfi=6   (800 words)

  
 Richard Mulcahy - Politics.ie Wiki
Mulcahy was one of the driving forces behind the forming of the First Inter-Party Government, although unacceptable to coalition partners Clann na Poblachta as Taoiseach due to his role in the Civil War.
Rather than cause this to be a stumbling block in negogiations, he stepped aside and asked John A. Costello to take the post.
Mulcahy served as Minister for Education from 1948-51 and 1954-57.
www.politics.ie /wiki/index.php?title=Richard_Mulcahy   (313 words)

  
 MINUTES
Richard Mulcahy – They will be new, in approximately the same place and will be the same color as the walls.
Richard Mulcahy – We wanted to present this to the BC first and then we will talk to school staff.
Richard Mulcahy – It would be great to get an idea about what you think about these finishes and colors.
www.litchfieldschools.org /boe/building/minutes/5505.html   (1580 words)

  
 City News Home
Mulcahy, 54, is a wily and skilled communicator who cut his political teeth in his early 20s in Tasmania thriving in work for Liberal luminaries Max Bingham and Michael Hodgman.
Mulcahy, who knows the risk of looking a “Tricky Dickie” over this, argues emotionally and forcefully that the report represents no procedural fairness and he wasn’t approached to contribute or refute its content.
Mulcahy believes few people on the street are concerned with the fine points of the leadership biffo.
www.citynews.com.au /news/Article.asp?id=5587   (1221 words)

  
 A Social Contract for the Coal Fields by Mulcahy, Richard P.
Richard Mulcahy—a scholar who grew up near the western Pennsylvania coal fields—draws on Fund records, participants’ private papers, and interviews with staff members to present the first complete story of the Fund's health care and pension system from its creation in 1946 to the termination of medical service in 1978.
Mulcahy's assessment of this innovative plan shows the significance of such labor-management arrangements as it provides insight into where national social policy may currently be heading.
The Author: Richard P. Mulcahy is an associate professor of history and political science at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville and is a fellow of the Center for Northern Appalachian Studies of St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
utpress.org /a/searchdetails.php?jobno=T00819   (427 words)

  
 Robert B. Mulcahy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Mulcahy was born in Winthrop and was a graduate of Winthrop High School and Boston University.
Mulcahy was a member of St. Maria Goretti Parish in Lynnfield and a sales representative in the construction industry for many years.
He was the widower of Mary F. (McQuillan) Mulcahy and father of the late Brian Mulcahy and Richard Mulcahy.
www.andovertownsman.com /news/19991028/OB_005.html   (159 words)

  
 Richard Lewis Fashion Design :: Biography
Although Richard dabbled in couture, his main love was "boutique" retailing (described by Mary Quant as a "kind of permanently running cocktail party") and in particular his own trendy basement emporium.
Richard is best known for late day and evening wear, in soft fluid lines and for the use of his signature fabric, matt jersey, a fabric, which he has been using since commencing in couture.
Throughout these years Richard has remained consistent and loyal to his ideals of excellence in design and manufacture and by doing so has earned a place in the hearts of a client base that is varied in age and class.
www.richardlewis.ie /biography.html   (529 words)

  
 RutgersCrew.com - Home
In most cases he was unimpressed with what Scarlet R reported and typically dismissed their threats "to refuse to give to Rutgers in the future" as they had given little or nothing in the past.
Bob Mulcahy expressed wonder at why it took eliminating these sports to generate any activity - especially since he had advised the head coaches of these sports at least three years ago that these sports were in dire straits.
Understandably, Joe deferred to Athletic Director Mulcahy and indicated that resources for football are his primary concern but he also noted that he was concerned for the teams subjected to the cuts.
rutgerscrew.com   (3477 words)

  
 The Dead Roo » Why Richard Mulcahy has to go
Much of the blame for this lies with leadership aspirant and recently dumped deputy leader Richard Mulcahy; too right-wing to ever be electable in the territory, and obnoxious enough to tear the party apart in the hope of gaining its leadership anyway.
In the light of the recently released report into Mulcahy’s tenure as executive director of the Australian Hotels Association, which highlighted large amounts of money going missing, I think it’s about time that, whether of his own accord or whether due to being moved on by his colleagues, that Mulcahy resigned from the Assembly.
These issues with Mulcahy aren’t new, but they’ve been brought to a head in recent weeks by the release of a long-awaited report by Mulcahy’s former employer, the Australian Hotels Association, into its financial affairs while Mulcahy headed the organisation prior to entering parliament.
www.fuckskippy.com /index.php/why-richard-mulcahy-has-to-go   (1212 words)

  
 Untitled   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Risterd Mulchay is the second son of Richard and Mary Josephine Mulcahy.
Richard Mulcahy was in intimate contact with the other military and political leaders during these years.
These memoirs contain Richard Mulcahy's recollections of his many political and military colleagues, and of the events that particularly impinged on his own career.
www.bookworm.ie /new_titles/mul.htm   (192 words)

  
 thewest.com.au : ACT Liberal puzzled over his demotion
Dumped deputy ACT Liberal leader Richard Mulcahy says he practically walked over hot coals to support the party boss who has demoted him.
Mr Mulcahy has retained his position as the opposition's treasury spokesman, but says he is not sure whether he will remain in the role.
The decision to sack Mr Mulcahy was based on solving the infighting within his party, the Liberal leader said.
www.thewest.com.au /aapstory.aspx?StoryName=333188   (503 words)

  
 DANCE: RICHARD MULCAHY PERFORMS HIS 'ASPHODEL' - New York Times
Mulcahy was not always able to tie events together in a choreographically effective manner.
Mulcahy sought to comment on it, rather than to retell it literally.
Mulcahy deserves credit for his seriousness of choreographic approach and, by setting his dances to recorded scores by Benjamin Britten, Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland and William Schuman, he was obviously trying to please the ear as well as the eye.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9A0DE7DA1E30F931A35751C0A960948260   (357 words)

  
 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How
Richard Mulcahy 1886-1971 was an Irish Fine Gael politician.
He was a supporter of the Anglo-Irish Treaty and became leader of the provisional government's army in the Civil War which followed.
Mulcahy served as Irish Defence Minister from 1923-1924, but was forced to resign after criticism by the Executive Council criticism of his handling of the Army Mutiny.
www.irelandinformationguide.com /Richard_Mulcahy   (173 words)

  
 The RiotACT » Richard Mulcahy goes to Gungahlin
As if in answer to claims he is the Member for Yarralumla, Liberal MLA Richard Mulcahy, is off to Gungahlin on Saturday to hear what the Gungahlinistes think of things.
Richard Mulcahy has done a great job in connecting with different parts of his electorate, and outside it as well.
Good on Richard Mulcahy for taking some interest in what is happening around Canberra, albeit in between his various junkets.
the-riotact.com /?p=2523   (1183 words)

  
 ACT Liberal puzzled over his demotion - Breaking News - National - Breaking News
Dumped deputy ACT Liberal leader Richard Mulcahy says he practically walked over hot coals to support the party boss who has demoted him.
Mr Mulcahy has retained his position as the opposition's treasury spokesman, but says he is not sure whether he will remain in the role.
The decision to sack Mr Mulcahy was based on solving the infighting within his party, the Liberal leader said.
www.smh.com.au /news/National/ACT-Liberal-puzzled-over-his-demotion/2006/11/14/1163266538006.html   (556 words)

  
 General Richard Mulcahy - Irish Nationalism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The organisation later became known as the Blueshirts, and was accused of having fascist tendencies by its critics.
In the first coalition government of 1948-1951 he was Minister for Education and held the same ministry in the second coalition of 1955-1957.
I was actually wondering if that is Mulcahy pictured centre-left facing the camera, next to Collin's coffin as it was lying in state.
www.irish-nationalism.net /forum/showthread.php?t=1602   (1945 words)

  
 Richard Mulcahy - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
He fought in the 1916 Easter Rising and served as IRA Chief of Staff during the War of Independence.
He was a supporter of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in 1922 and became leader of the provisional government's army in the Civil War which followed.
Mulcahy went on to serve as Minister for Education from 1948-1951 and 1954-1957.
www.music.us /education/R/Richard-Mulcahy.htm   (404 words)

  
 Canberra Liberals
ACT Shadow Treasurer and newly elected Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Mr Richard Mulcahy MLA, has thrown his weight behind new Liberal Leader Bill Stefaniak MLA predicting that he would secure a win in the 2008 ACT Election.
"Mr Mulcahy said that he was honoured to receive the support of his colleagues for the position of Deputy Leader of the Opposition after only 18 months in the Legislative Assembly.
Mr Mulcahy said that the immediate task before him would be to focus on the forthcoming ACT Budget in the short term, but working with his new Leader to help secure government in 2008 will be the main task to fulfil.
www.canberraliberals.org.au /default.cfm?action=news_detail&ID=5831   (305 words)

  
 Hotel Cecil History
He also stated that Mrs Whiteman, the landlord of the premises was not interested in financing renovations so subsequently Webster lost his liscence.
It was decided that the hotel should be shifted closer to town and was moved to the corner of the Centre and Barker Streets where it would be adjacent to the “Cattle Sales Holding Blocks”.
Richard Saunders applied for a transfer of licence to this site and it was approved by the Licensing Court on 5 October 1918.
www.hotelcecil.com.au /history.php   (517 words)

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