Home Government Association
|Succeeded by||Home Rule League|
|Ideology||Irish Home Rule
The meeting was attended or supported by sixty-one people of different political and religious persuasions, including six Fenians, Butt seemingly having consulted with the Irish Republican Brotherhood before launching his initiative. 
Its inaugural public meeting was held on 1 September 1870. Active in campaigning in several election for the association was P. F. Johnson
It became the Home Rule League in 1873.
- Jackson, Alvin: Home Rule: An Irish History 1800—2000 pp.31-32, Phoenix Press (2003) ISBN 0-75381-767-5
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