Incomplete letter [from Cornelius F. Neenan?] to an unknown recipient about the need to deny a statement made in the newspapers, asking for further information about "O'Reilly", the success of [Clan-na-Gael] in New York in fund-raising, and how the "fellows at home" [IRA?] are being oppressed by the Free "Staters", and the vote of confidence [in the Dáil] successfully sought by W.T. Cosgrave,
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|Main Creator:||Neenan, Cornelius F., 1894-1979|
Document labelled as page 2, 1st page missing.
The successful "vote of confidence" in favour of W.T. Cosgrave possibly dates the letter to August 1927, when the Labour Party and Fianna Fail, along with a number of smaller parties, proposed a motion of no confidence in the Cumann na nGaedheal government which failed, although the letter states that the motion was sought after by W.T. Cosgrave.
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