The Éamon Donnelly Collection (letter)

NMM:2011.29.1.23

Letter from Cahir Healy, 44 Belmore Street, Enniskillen, to Éamonn Donnelly, Belfast Prison. Dated 27 July 1938. Healy tells Donnelly that he is thinking of him during the latter's confinement. "We regret that there should be any power of interference with one like yourself who was living as a perfectly peaceable citizen in your native...

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Letter from Cahir Healy, 44 Belmore Street, Enniskillen, to Éamonn Donnelly, Belfast Prison. Dated 27 July 1938. Healy tells Donnelly that he is thinking of him during the latter's confinement. "We regret that there should be any power of interference with one like yourself who was living as a perfectly peaceable citizen in your native County, or on the border of the Constituency you so long represented. We trust you will soon be at liberty." There are rough calculations re electoral seats on the back of the letter.