Income and Expenditure account for the Walter Carpenter Fund, by treasurer, William O'Brien, for Walter Carpenter's wife and children,
1911 September 5.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
The Carpenter Fund was instated after Walter Carpenter's release from Mountjoy Prison, where he was imprisoned for a month for "using language calculated to lead to a breach of the peace and with having endeavoured to degrade the King in the esteem of his subjects" during a speech on 14th July 1911, protesting King George V's upcoming visit to Ireland.
Includes list of names and amounts donated, and expenditure as a dinner on the 15th, postage and a weekly sum to Mrs. Carpenter.
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