Typescript letter from R. J. P. Mortished to William O'Brien informing him of an enclosed letter from him to Mrs. Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, the reply letter from the "Standing Committee" of Sinn Fein and including his subsequent reply, and also informing him of letters received regarding prisoners,
1923 Oct. 23-26.
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|Main Creator:||Mortished, R. J. P. (Ronald James Patrick), 1891-1957|
Letter from R.J.P. Mortished to Hanna Sheehy-Skeefington refers to the National Executives regret at informing her the suggestion of a non-Party committee be set up in order to deal with the question of prisoners in jail has been rejected and Sinn Fein's reply mentioning they consider their "reply most unsatisfactory and evasive".
Subsequent reply from R.J.P. Mortished to S. O'Dalaigh, of the Sinn Fein re-organising committee, whereby Mortished reminds him of the recent history of the matter of "prisoners in gaol" and informs him of the work the Labour Party have put into the matter.
Letter is typed on "Cuallacht Oibre Eireann is Comhairle na Ceard / Ard-Choisde Gnotha / Irish Labour Party & Trade Union Congress / National Executive / 32 Lower Abbey Street / Dublin." headed paper. Enclosed items extant.
Physical description: 1 item (8 pages).