Letter from Liam Lynch to Seán Moylan, discussing the recent document signed by Liam Deasy urging the Anti-Treaty side in the Civil War to surrender, with Liam Lynch not thinking it should be taken too seriously and that he is going south as the "position in all other parts of Ireland is very satisfactory", and urging Seán Moylan to "push all the assistance possible given in America",
1923 February 6.
|Main Creator:||Lynch, Liam, 1893-1923|
Typescript on headed paper: "Óglaigh na h-Éireann / (Irish Republican Army) / General Headquarters Dublin".
Letter written to Seán Moylan while he was in the US on behalf of the Anti-Treaty side.
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