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Letter from John MacDonagh from Frongoch, Wales, to his sister Mary MacDonagh, Sister Francesca, regarding prison life,

1916 July 03.

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In Collection: Thomas MacDonagh Additional Papers, 1870-1967.
Description: Letter from John MacDonagh in prison in Frongoch, Wales to his sister Mary, Sister Francesca, regarding his life in prison. He mentions he has only received one letter since being there from Kate O'Toole and asks Mary to pass on the prison's address to all. He says that the weather is wet and cold and they have "mud up to our ears". He also mentions he will be sent to London for trial soon and says "I don't of course intend to plead, let them do what they like". Envelope included is adressed to Sister Francesca.
Main Creator: MacDonagh, John, 1880-1961.
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (2 pages and envelope).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 20,647/3/3 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.