Letter from T.P. O'Connor to Colonel Maurice Moore regarding a passport for Major James Crean and also informing Moore that they're starting a new recruitment campaign in England to fill up the gaps in the Irish Battalions in Fermoy,
1915 February 16.
|Main Creator:||O'Connor, T. P. (Thomas Power), 1848-1929|
Mentions that his brother is "very friendly with these people over there. I supose he must be, or else he wouldn't have got that offer. Can you get the W.O. [War Office] to put an application through for you ... It may be necessary for me to cross over to Calais to see my brother but will the W.O. do what is required."
O'Connor mentions that he has written to Neil Primrose, the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to arrange a passport for Major James Crean.
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