1911 Encyclopedia Britannica
Timothy Michael Healy
"TIMOTHY MICHAEL HEALY (18J5-), Irish lawyer and politician, was born at Bantry, Cork, May 17 1855. He was educated at the Christian Brothers' school, Fermoy, and in 1884 was called to the Irish bar, becoming a Q.C. in 1899. He entered Parliament in 1880 as Nationalist member for Wexford, and held that seat until 1883, afterwards sitting for Co. Monaghan (1883-5), South Londonderry (1885-6), and North Longford (1887-92). Mr. Healy seconded the vote of confidence in Parnell moved by Justin M'Carthy when the Irish leader was attacked (1890), and was an energetic member of the Nationalist party. He was called to the English bar in 1903, and became a K.C. in 1910. From 1892 to 1910 he sat for North Louth, and in 1910 successfully contested North-East Cork, but lost his seat in 1918. He came forward with Mr. William O'Brien as a strong opponent of the 1909 budget.
He published Loyalty plus Murder (1884); A Word for Ireland (1886); Stolen Waters (1913) and The Great Fraud of Ulster (1917).
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Chisholm, Hugh, General Editor. Entry for 'Timothy Michael Healy'. 1911 Encyclopedia Britanica. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/eng/bri/t/timothy-michael-healy.html. 1910.