Copy letter from Maurice Moore to the Committee of the National Volunteers, regarding an opportunity for the Volunteers to buy up to two hundred thousand Mauser Rifles,
1915 February 6.
|Main Creator:||Moore, Maurice George, 1854-1939|
Moore has been in contact with a third party representing a wealthy man in London who is willing to sell rifles to the Volunteers. Moore believes the offer is genuine but that the Volunteers would have no use for such a large number of rifles.
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