Copy letters from Seán T. O'Kelly and Henry Boland to Thomas Johnson, secretary of the Labour Party, and subsequently forwarded onto William O'Brien, thanking the Labour Party for their invitations to the recently elected Dáil members to a meeting at the Mansion House but informing them they cannot attend as they believe the conference can more efficiently persue their objectives uninfluenced by their presence,
1922 Jul. 19.
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|Main Creator:||Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T. (Seán Tomás), 1882-1966|
O'Kelly and Boland write "The Provisional Government is guilty of a double crime againts the Republic, firstly in disregarding the Second Dáil, ..... and secondly- having initiated civil war- in "proroguing" the Third Dáíl. This national wrong striking at the whole people injures the Labour Party just as it injures us.".
Copies are identical to eachother. Letters include the authors' address as "Cumann na Poblachta / 22 & 23, Suffolk Street, / Baile Atha Cliath" and the recipients address as "Secretary, Labour Party, / 32, Lower Abbey Street, / Dublin.".
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