Letter from John Coffey, secretary of the Irish Stationary Engine Drivers & Firemen's Trade Union, to William O'Brien of the Lockout Committee of the Dublin Trades Council, regarding their ability to pay lockout pay to their 105 members,
1913 November 3.
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Coffey remarks that they are not receiving assistance from Cork and "we are now very hard pressed" . Coffey also writes "we are paying 10/- per week according to oour Rules up to the preasant [sic]".
See MS 13,913/1/27 to MS 13,913/36 for weekly updates on the finances of the Irish Stationary Engine Drivers & Firemen's Trade Union from October 1913 to January 1914.
Inscribed on headed paper "Irish Stationary Engine Drivers & Firemen's Trade Union / Defence. Not Defiance / Trades' Hall / Capel Street / Dublin".
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