Letter from Seán Moylan [to Joseph McGarrity?], asking how did he know where he was and did the papers captured by the Free State indicate where he was, with a discussion on the list of guns and artillery to obtain [for the Anti-Treatyites in the Civil War] and the possible transort means, and cursing the Free State as "founded on treachery and fraticide",
1923 May 24.
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|Main Creator:||Moylan, Seán, 1889-1957|
Seán Moylan admits he is out of touch with events in Ireland, and ruefully says that the late Liam Lynch had believed in keeping in contact with him even at the distance.
Manuscript in black ink on plain paper.
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