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Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
A letter from Charles Arthur Munro, governor of Mountjoy prison, to Mabel FitzGerald (née Washington McConnell) (1884-1958), wife of politician and intellectual Desmond FitzGerald (1888-1947). Munro writes about a proposed visit by Mabel to her hu...
Keywords: Crime
This is a letter from James O'Connor, a solicitor based on Dame Street in Dublin, to Patrick Dyer. O'Connor writes to enclose a letter from the Chief Crown Solicitor. Dyer had been arrested, presumably under the new Defence of the Realm Act, and t...
Keywords: Crime, Family Life, Irish Question, Politics
A letter from politician and intellectual Desmond FitzGerald (1888-1947) to his wife Mabel FitzGerald (née Washington McConnell) (1884-1958) assuring her that he is well in prison. He inquires about news of the family and discusses the arrangement...
Keywords: Crime
Letter from Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916) to George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951). Casement urges Gavan Duffy to recover, from the High Court of Justice or the Home Office, documents and papers contained in a canvas portfolio that he had brought from...
Keywords: Crime, Official Documents
Letter from the Governor of Limerick Prison, A. F. Falkiner, to Sir Robert Chalmers (1858-1938), Under-Secretary for Ireland, confirming the information in a telegram. He regrets the 12-day delay in enacting relief from a section of Richard Carrol...
Keywords: Crime
A letter from Nicholas Nally, a petty sessions officer in Tipperary, to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Lord Wimborne, describing the case of Richard Carroll. The defendant, Carroll, was sentenced to six months' hard labour for assaulting his wife...
Keywords: Crime
The letter is a directive from the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and sent by W J. Connolly in Dublin Castle to the Templemore Magistrate's Office. The letter request information on a judgement in the case of Richard Carroll, sentenced to six months w...
Keywords: Crime
A letter from Gertrude Bannister to Colonel Maurice Moore (1854-1939) in which she encloses clippings from The Times's of Sergeant O'Sullivan's defence of Roger Casement and suggests that they be reprinted in the Irish Press. The letter was writte...
Keywords: Crime
This letter from Francis Caldwell to the Officer commanding the Irish National Volunteers encloses a police report referring to and describing an alleged deserter, Joseph Egan, under the Military Service Act. Also enclosed is the response from Pat...
Keywords: Crime
The letter is from Denis J. Lynch to Piaras or Pierce Béaslaí, (1881-1965). The letter refers to a court case against Lynch's brother. Lynch asks that Béaslaí, as a member of the Journalists' Association of Ireland, to stop the publication of the ...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Crime, Official Documents
This letter was written in response to E. Blackwell's letter of 2 August, rejecting George Gavan Duffy's (1882-1951) request to attend the execution of Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916) and the family request for burial outside of the prison. Gavan D...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Crime, Official Documents
A letter from E. Blackwell, under secretary of state for the Home Office, to George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951). The letter is a reply to Gavan Duffy's letter of the same date and refers him to the Capital Punishment Amendment Act 1868, which requires...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Crime, Politics, Official Documents
A letter from George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951) to the under secretary of state for the Home Office in London, E. Blackwell. This letter is in response to the Secretary of State's decision to apply the capital punishment amendment of 1868 to the exec...
Keywords: Crime, World War 1: 1914-1918, Official Documents
This letter was written by Garret Sheehan (b. 1841) regarding his prosecution for having possession of a firearm. Sheehan maintains that he is innocent of the charge and would not have been accused if he was a farmer or merchant's son. Sheehan bel...
Keywords: Crime, Faith
This is a letter from Brother Vincent O'Kelly in Rochestown Monastery to the Chief Secretary's office, Dublin. O'Kelly requests an official to come and see him, asking that they come in person rather than write as he would not receive the letter. ...
Keywords: Crime
This is a letter from Gerald Horan (1880 - 1949), a barrister, to James O'Shea (b. 1866) a member of the Killarney District Council and Kerry County Council. The letter states that on 6 February a recruitment committee meeting was disturbed by men...
Keywords: Crime
This is a letter from Gerald Horan (b.1880) a barrister, to James O'Shea (b.1866) a member of the Killarney District Council and Kerry County Council. The letter regards a denial on the part of James O'Shea which stated he did not play a prominent...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
A letter from Earnest Blythe (1889-1975) to George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951). Blythe requests Gavan Duffy to represent him in court as he is to be prosecuted for failure to report to police in Abingdon, England. Included in the letter is a transcrip...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
A telegram from P.S. O'Hegarty to George Gavan Duffy advising him that Ernest Blythe is to be tried in Abingdon on Thursday for failure to report to the police and asks if Duffy can be there to represent him. Patrick Sarsfield O'Hegarty (1879-19...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951) was acting on behalf of Ernest Blythe (1889-1975) and the telegram confirms that he will appear for Blythe in his forthcoming trial in Abingdon. George Gavan Duffy was an Irish politician, barrister and judge. He uns...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
This is a letter from George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951) to P.S. O'Hegarty (1879-1955). Duffy had acted on behalf of Ernest Blythe (1889-1975) and advises O'Hegarty that Blythe has been released, suggesting a payment of 10/- to cover out-of-pocket exp...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
This is a letter from George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951) to Eoin MacNeill (1867-1945). Gavan Duffy had been acting on behalf of Ernest Blythe (1889-1975) and advises MacNeill that Blythe has been released, suggesting a payment of 10/- to cover out-of-...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
This is a letter from George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951) to Ernest Blythe (1889-1975). Gavan Duffy writes after Blythe had been released from prison and asks Blythe to send him a copy of the local paper if it includes a report of his court case. Ge...
Keywords: Crime, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
This is a letter from P.S. O'Hegarty (1879-1955) to George Gavan Duffy (1882-1951). In the letter, written on the day the Rising began, O'Hegarty welcomes the news of Ernest Blythe's (1889-1975) release and that the papers haven't mentioned the ca...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Crime
This is a letter from Herbert Hale (b. 1872) a civil servant in the Royal Irish Constabulary Office to a Mr. Campbell. The letter was written on the the 4 May 1916 and contains details of Hale's whereabouts from the 22 April to 24 April, the days ...
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