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Letter from Terence MacSwiney, Lincoln Prison, England, to his sister Min [Mary MacSwiney] about his wife Muriel, and his concerns for Seàn Etchingham's health,

1919 January 18.

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In Collection: Cronin Papers, 1905-1945
Description: MacSwiney also asks for £5 to be sent to him, "I need it without delay as the weekly wants we have in common here require some cash in hand"; and asks for 2 dozen eggs for his fellow prisoner Sean Etchingham: "He is so weak he can't get up at all. He doesn't get the nourishment he needs here & that makes matters worse .. You'd imagine they'd have the humanity to give him such things here but there's no use talking about that. We must keep the life in him ourselves as best we can ..".
Main Creator: MacSwiney, Terence J. (Terence Joseph), 1879-1920
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (4 pages).
Call Number: MS 49,526/6/1 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.