Letter from John Coffey, secretary of the Irish Stationary Engine Drivers & Firemen's Trade Union, to John Farren of the Dublin Trades Council regarding the payment of lockout pay to its members and 9 additional idle members,
1914 January 12.
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Coffey provides a weekly update on the financial assistance required to pay lockout pay and writes that "9 idle members since the Labour trouble started all that they received from us was Food tickets and 10/- each at Christmas week".
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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