Letter from Colonel Maurice Moore to the National Volunteers informing them that an offer of Mauser Rifles has been made to him and asks the Committee to consider this offer, with reply from John T. Donovan and Laurence J. Kettle, informing him that the Committee's opinion is that the rifles are no use unless ammunition for them is available, including wires to Moore regarding Committee's decision,
1915 February 6-12.
|Main Creator:||Moore, Maurice George, 1854-1939|
Typed on paper headed "The National Volunteers / Headquarters - 44 Parnell Square, / Dublin".
Physical description: 2 items (3 pages).