Letter from Conn Mac Murchadha to William O'Brien enclosing a statement concerning a series of raids on his and his son-in-law's home and threats on his family by troops of the Provisional Government,
1922 September 7.
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|Main Creator:||Murphy, Conn, 1869-|
Murphy appeals to O'Brien as a member of the Dáil to take steps to "put a speedy end to this military terrorism and espcially to the existance of what is evidently an organised murder gang". Murphy describes the censorship of his statement from newspapers he submitted it to. Murphy describes the brutality of the raids and their intention to kill his son Fergus Murphy.
Addressed from "18, Garville Avenue, / Rathgar, Dublin".
Statement also describes the raid at Murphy's son-in-law, Pól Ua Fearghail [Paul O'Farrell]'s home at "Little Fortfield, Templeogue".
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