Michael Joseph Barry (1817 – 23 January 1889) was an Irish poet, author, and political figure.

Born in Cork, Ireland, Barry was imprisoned in 1843 as a Young Irelander. That year an 1843 essay on repeal won the Repeal Association prize. He published his Kishoge Papers in Dublin University Magazine anonymously, later as "Bouillon de Garçon." He also published under the names "B.", "B.J.", "Beta", and "Brutus".

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