Daily Sheet. No. 14.
|Main Creator:||Sinn Féin|
Anti-Treaty broadside issued by Sinn Féin, seeking support for those members of the IRA then on hunger-strike in jails throughout Ireland - it reports that in Mountjoy, Charlie Murphy and Commandant Daniel 'Dan' Corkery amongst others were very weak while Ernie O'Malley (then in Kilmainham Jail) was also very weak as were Sean Buckley, Tom Derrig and Michael Kilroy. A paragraph at the bottom of the sheet details the involvement of Tom Derrig in the nationalist and republican movement since he first joined the Irish Volunteers. At top of sheet are printed statements released by Sigle Bowen and sisters Annie and Catherine Freeman from South William St., Dublin who were released from prison the previous day.
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[Dublin] : Sinn Fein Headquarters, 23 Suffolk Street, 9th November 1923.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 broadside ; 33.5 x 21 cm.
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