Letter from J. H. MacDonnell, Solicitor, to William O'Brien informing him of his postition as a prisoner in England, whereby he may move around in Great Britain but will be arrested at once if he returns to Ireland,
1920 Apr. 27.
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MacDonnell also writes that he will be informed of O'Brien's exact position by the House Office the following day, as the House Secretary was not there to answer him.
Letter is written on headed paper "3-7, Southampton Street Strand, W.C.2. / and at 60, Warriner Gardens, / Battersea Park, S.W.11. / London / J. H. MacDonnell, / Solicitor".
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