Letters to Miss Eliza Maria Piper, one of a group of sympathetic 'Hamstead Ladies' from Irish prisoners,
|Main Creator:||Piper, Eliza Maria, d.1891|
(1): Telegram from Father James MacFadden announcing his release from prison, October 1888.
(2-3): Two letter from Timothy O'Sullivan in Tullamore Gaol thanking her for support and gifts, and discussing prospects, January 1888.
(4): Letter from Father James MacFadden in Londonderry Prison thanking her for support and gifts, and discussing prospects, 21 September 1888.
(5): Letter from William O'Brien in Cork Goal thanking her for support and gifts, and discussing prison conditions, 23 September 1887.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Physical description: 5 items.
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|MS 44,682 (1-5)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|