O'Connor, T. P. T.P.'s Weekly, Vol. II. June 12, 1903 to Dec. 25, 1903. London: T. P. O'Connor, 1904. First Edition. 
Green cloth with gilt titles & device, 9 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches, top of backstrip torn and pulled, library bookplates but we do not find other library matter. Frontispiece portrait plate of O'Connor; tissue guard loose and laid in. Printed on pulp paper, and so, fragile. Some bumping/creasiing to some pages. 992 pages. The newspaper, as issued, here bound with a general title page and index. Good. Hardcover.
"His pen could lay bare the bones of a book or the soul of a statesman in a few vivid lines." - plaque inscription beneath O'Connor's bust on the wall at Fleet Street no. 72.
Thomas Power O'Connor (1848-1929), Irish journalist and politician, educated at Queen's College, Galway, began his journalist career at the Dublin Saunders' Newsletter before moving to London to work for the Daily Telegraph. "O'Connor held radical political opinions and in tthe 1880 General Election became the Irish Nationalist MP for Galway....in 1887 [he] founded and edited the radical newspaper, The Star. Henry Hamilton Fyfe, the future editor of the Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror, claimed that O'Connor was the founder of what became known as the New Journalism...O'Connor also founded the T.P.'s Weekly (1902)." - Spartacus Educational online.