The Irish Volunteer was first printed on 7th February and was used to communicate orders and directions to the Volunteers. Articles include 'hints on bayonet training' and 'Notes from Headquarters'. In addition as a training tool and aide to communications, the Irish Volunteer contained numerous references to Irish Legends including Brian Boru, poetry and song. The Irish Volunteer continued in print under Eoin Mac Neills Irish Volunteers until just before the Easter Rising on 22nd April 1916.

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