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Note written on verso of envelope from Patrick Moran to his girlfriend Bea Farrell after being found guilty of murder at his trial at City Hall, Dublin, and asks her to come and visit him at Dublin Castle,

undated [1921 February].

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In Collection: Patrick Moran papers, 1916-1959.
Description: Patrick Moran was mistakenly identified as one of the men who shot Lieutenant Ames at 38 Upper Mount Street, Dublin, on 21st November 1920. He was taken to Dublin Castle on 7th January 1921 and charged with the murder of Ames and Bennett at 38 Upper Mount Street. He was put on trial on 15th February 1921 and was found guilty. He writes "I can't conceive how they found me guilty".
Main Creator: Moran, Patrick, 1888-1921
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (1 page).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,701/7 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.