Tim Healy costs the Irish people £104 a day: the Free State government's "estimate for public services, for the year ending March 31st, 1924" is published at 10/- to keep it out of the hands of the people... /
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Sinn Féin handbill outlining a breakdown of expenditure for public services under W. T. Cosgraves' administration. "...This is not to be wondered at considering the revelations it makes. It shows that the huge sum of £37,865 is provided for one year for Tim Healy, the representative of the English King in Ireland". Footer reads: "Mr. Cosgrave and his comrades might explain what return the people of Ireland receive for this wasteful and unnecessary expenditure of their money". Printed at foor of sheet: "Mr. Cosgrave and his comrades might explain what return the people of Ireland receive for this wasteful and unnecessary expenditure of their money".
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[S.l. : Sinn Féin, n.d., ca. 1923-24?]
EPH C134 is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 handbill; 26 cm.
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|EPH C134||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|