Definition of Parnellite. Meaning of Parnellite. Synonyms of Parnellite

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Definition of Parnellite

Parnellite
Parnellite Par"nell*ite, n. (Eng. Politics) One of the adherents of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-91) in his advocacy of home rule for Ireland.

Meaning of Parnellite from wikipedia

- the "Anti-Parnellite" Irish National Federation (INF) under John Dillon. John Redmond ****umed the leadership of the minority Pro-Parnellite (INL) group...
- into two parties, the former Parnellite Irish National League (INL) under John Redmond and John Dillon's anti-Parnellite Irish National Federation (INF)...
- vote and seat numbers go down. Despite being split between Parnellite and anti-Parnellite factions, the Irish Nationalist vote held up well. As the Liberals...
- South - Thomas Joseph Farrell, Anti-Parnellite, replacing 11 September: Limerick - Francis Arthur O'Keefe, Anti-Parnellite, replacing 12 September: Waterford...
- organisations which developed from the Parnellite Split, the majority anti-Parnellite Irish National Federation and the rump Parnellite Irish National League. The...
- Richard Power (1851 – 29 November 1891) was an Irish nationalist politician and MP in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland...
- revelation of his adultery with Kitty O'Shea. He remained a committed Parnellite and benefited from the patronage of political colleagues in later life...
- time, the majority of its MPs (the "Anti-Parnellites") following John Dillon whilst a rump (the "Parnellites") followed John Redmond. MPs elected in the...
- leading Parnellites. In the general election of 1892 he contested South Meath as a Parnellite, obtaining 2,199 votes to the 2,212 of the Anti-Parnellite candidate...
- The Home Rule League (1873–1882), sometimes called the Home Rule Party or the Home Rule Confederation, was a political party which campaigned for home...
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