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Search Results: 163 Records
Keywords: Business
Letter from Fr. Martin Mahoney to John Sweetman. The letter refers to debt collection to meet parish outlays. Mahoney, a parish priest in Minnesota, edited the Catholic weekly 'Manifestos'. John Sweetman (1844-1936) was a member of Sinn Féin ...
Keywords: Business
In this was a letter from Edward H. Andrews to Luke Gerald Dillon, Andrews acknowledges receipt of Clonbrock's earlier correspondence relating to the case of William Clery. Andrews assures Clonbrock that Joseph Byrne (1874-1942), Inspector-General...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Official Documents, Business
Letter from William P. Triston, a solicitor from Dublin, to Fred J. Allan (1861-1937). Triston writes that the photographic company Lafayette had agreed to pay £5 from the fees they had received for a photograph of Thomas MacDonagh (1878–1916), on...
Keywords: Business
Letter to Piaras Béaslaí (born Percy Frederick Beazley; 1881–1965) from his father, Patrick Langford Beazley. The letter discusses the impact that wartime paper shortages are having on newspapers. He also sends £1 to ease Piaras's financial diffic...
Keywords: Business, Family Life
Letter from Alice Katherine Wynne (1833-1928) to a Mister Oliver. The letter details arrangements made on behalf of Mr Oliver with regards to renting a room. Refers to Mr Wynnes recovery from pleurisy. Alice Katherine Wynne was born to Reverend ...
Keywords: Business
Letter from Alice Katherine Wynne (1833-1928) to a Mr Oliver regarding the letting of a room. The letter states that, due to a lack of correspondence from Mr Oliver, the 'idea' of letting a room has been abandoned. Alice Katherine Wynne was born...
Keywords: Business
This is a letter from Alice Katherine Wynne (1833-1928), written on behalf of her husband, to a Mr Oliver. The letter describes Albert Augustus Wynne's confidence in the garden facilities and the gardener that will be made available to rent by Mr ...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Business
Letter from Charles Wyndham Wynne (1895-1917) to his mother, Alice Katherine Wynne (1833-1928). Charles writes from Belfast, explaining that he was conducting a recruitment draft near Belfast, and had some free time in that city. He writes that it...
Keywords: Business, Official Documents
A letter from the Under Secretary of State for the Home Office, Sir Edward Troup (1857-1941) to Sir Matthew Nathan (1862-1939). The letter encloses a copy of a letter sent from the Home Office to Professor B.J. Collingwood regarding an application...
Keywords: Business, Official Documents
A letter from Arthur John Eagleston (1870-1944) on behalf of Sir Edward Troup, the under-secretary of state for the Home Office, to Sir Ivor Churchill Guest, 1st Viscount Wimborne (1873-1939). The letter encloses a copy of a letter sent from the H...
Keywords: Family Life, Business
A letter from Patrick O'Loughlin (1875 - 1937) to his wife Ellen (1881- 1964). Patrick made a number of trips to a Mrs C. Henry in Glasgow to purchase goods from the shop. This letter was written while on one of those trips and refers to the journ...
Keywords: Business, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
The letter is from C. Spenser Smith of Queen Anne's school in London to Gertrude Bannister (d.1950), a cousin of Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916). The letter enclosed £40, some documentation and certificates and a resolution passed by the board of t...
Keywords: Business, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
This is a letter from C. Spencer Smith of Queen Anne's School in London to Gertrude Bannister (later Parry), a cousin of Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916). The letter refers to arrangements to terminate Bannister's employment in the school and the wr...
Keywords: Business, Easter Rising Ireland 1916
The letter is from C. Spencer Smith to Gertrude Bannister (d.1950), a cousin of Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916). The letter is an official letter referring to arrangements to terminate Bannister's employment with the school. The letter was writte...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Business
The letter is from J.S. Northcote of St. Andrew's Vicarage to Gertrude Bannister (later Parry), a cousin of Sir Roger Casement (1864-1916). The letter was written in relation to the decision of Queen Anne's school to terminate Banniter's employmen...
Keywords: Business
A request made by John Sweetman (1844-1936) to Sir John Purser Griffith (1848-1938). Sweetman's request was made on behalf of political activist and editor of 'The Irishman', Herbert Moore Pim (1883-1950). Sweetman had written an article which is ...
Keywords: Business
A letter from Frank Dillon of M Dillon & Son Stock Brokers, to Thomas Delaney with two tickets (not included) for the Phoenix Park Races the following Saturday (April 15). Frank Dillon also wonders whether Delaney (who worked for the Grand Can...
Keywords: Business
A letter from John McCann to Tomas Delaney who is recovering in Portobello Hospital following Delaney's operation. McCann also sent, by separate cover, flowers, to brighten Delaney's day. Thomas Delaney worked for the Grand Canal Company of whi...
Keywords: Business, World War 1: 1914-1918, Country Life
Letter written by Fr. John McCarthy, (b.1875)Leadville, Colorado, U.S.A. on 2nd May 1916 to Mrs. Sarah Kelly (1857-1920) (addressed 'Mrs. P.J. Kelly' as Sarah was widow of Peter J. Kelly), The Octagon, Westport, Co. Mayo. The writer enclosed a 'dr...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Business
This is a letter from John Harold Smith-Wright, lieutenant commander of the Royal Navy, to the secretary, Dublin Castle. The letter concerns a letter sent by Wright regarding compensation for travel expenses for his servant, Violet Williams. At...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Politics, Business
A letter from Lancelot Worthy Horne (1875-1924), railway superintendent, to Robert Chalmers (1858-1938) under-secretary for Ireland. This letter is in reference to the journey made by Augustine Birrell (1850-1933), former chief secretary of Irelan...
Keywords: Business, Official Documents
A letter from the Advertising Manager of the Belfast Telegraph to Sir Matthew Nathan. The advertising manager requests that the Belfast Telegraph be added to the list of newspapers that receiving the Belfast Police Courts advertisements, as it cla...
Keywords: Business, Official Documents, City and Town Life
A letter from Blake and Kenny Solicitors Est. 1892 on behalf of Michael Connolly (b.1885) to Sir Matthew Nathan. In the letter Blake & Kenny state that they are forwarding a petition on Michael's behalf in the hope that he will be able to carr...
Keywords: Easter Rising Ireland 1916, Business
This is a letter from Michael Citroen (b.1892), a British seed and plant merchant, to Herbert Samuel (1870-1963), the Home Secretary for England. The letter is an application for compensation by Michael Citroen. In the letter he states that he wen...
Keywords: Art and Literature, Business
Letter from John J. Farrell (1876-1959) et al. to Robert Chalmers. The letter concerns the tax on the theatre, music halls and cinemas of Dublin 8. In the letter, Farrell claims that he and the signatories represent the District's theatres etc. an...
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