Ref NoP133/2/4
TitleLetters from John Dillon to Stephen O'Mara Snr.
DescriptionThree manuscript letters from John Dillon, later (and final) leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party. Opens the letter datd 19 July 1890 mentioning David Sheehy "goes over tonight" and discusses agitations around evictions and tenants; Dillon has formed "a very bad opinion" of James Downey and arrangements for Sheehy to meet with O'Mara in Limerick.
Letter dated 11 Jul 1890 mentions enclosure of cheque for £18 for O'Mara for house repairs at Glensharrold.
Letter dated 5 Jul 1890 also mentions tenants, written on House of Commons Library headed paper.
DateJul 1890
FormatManuscript
Extent3 items
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