Letter from Michael O'Ryan to L. G. Esmonde, suggesting that as there are insufficient rifles to arm every member of the Irish National Volunteers, each company should be given one or two rifles to practice with,
1914 August 21.
|Main Creator:||O'Ryan, Michael|
O'Ryan also writes that he is sending the request to Esmonde, as the Provisional Committee are slow to reply and his company at Ballmacarbry falls under Esmonde's jurisdiction as Inspecting Officer for Co. Waterford.
Also includes a forwarding letter from Esmonde to the Chief of Staff, Eoin Mac Neill, regarding O'Ryan's letter.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).