Letter from John Devoy to Joseph McGarrity regarding the arrest of their messengers and principal men, the leakage of information that resulted from this arrest, and English defences on the Western seaboard from Achill to Cork,
1917 February 28.
|Main Creator:||Devoy, John, 1842-1928|
In this letter Devoy also asks McGarrity if he has a copy of the "treaty of alliance [stating] that a condition of peace would be Ireland's independence", and speaks about the difficulty of raising funds now due to English restrictions.
Letter received March 19, 1917.
Inscribed at the bottom of the letter in McGarrity's hand: "Likely came to John Devoy and by Devoy given to Jos McGarrity".
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