Typescript circular from Liam Lynch, Chief of Staff of the Irish Republican Army, to Officers, Commands, Divisions and Ind. Brigades, regarding offers of peace made by the Free State Government,
1923 February 2.
|Main Creator:||Lynch, Liam, 1893-1923|
Liam Lynch states that "our general position is most satisfactory" and that "all our forces must steel themselves to face the final efforts that our ideals may be realised", but also that anti-Treaty forces in the South are "in enemy hands and awaiting execution". Mentions "Senators", "Lord Glenavy", and "the President" [Éamon De Valera].
Heading on paper "Óglaigh na h-Eireann / General Headquarters, / Dublin". Enclosed material no longer extant.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).