Letter from John A. Eckersley to Diarmid Coffey regarding his visit to the Irish National Volunteers in Co. Tyrone,
|Main Creator:||Eckersley, John A., Captain|
Eckersley asks Coffey for confirmation that Maurice Moore will be attending a meeting in Omagh. He also informs him that the Volunteers in Co. Tyrone are eager. He states there are forty rifles lying unused in Strabane and that he arranging a meeting there. He discusses his upcoming lecture schedule, and complains about the condition of his motor cycle.
Inscribed on headed paper of the Irish Volunteers, which has been crossed out and replaced with "White Hart, Omagh".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).