Copy letter from Fitzroy Hemphill to John P. Gaynor, asking for enclosed material to be published in the next issue of 'The National Volunteer',
1914 December 18.
|Main Creator:||Hemphill, Fitzroy, 1860-1930|
Enclosed is a copy order from Maurice Moore, Inspector General of the National Volunteers, banning the carrying of ball ammunition due to a number of accidents, and ordering that arms should be carefully cleaned at intervals. Also includes copy letters from Fitzroy Hemphill to the Marquis MacSweeney of Marshanglass and John Fitzgerald-Kenney, informing them that the enclosed order will be published in 'The National Volunteer'.
Typed on paper headed "Óglaigh na hÉireann - National Volunteers. / Inspector General's Office, / 16 Sth. Frederick Street, / Dublin".
Physical description: 3 items (5 pages).