Terence MacSwiney L.Mayor Files Descriptive List (Ref. PR4)

PR4/5/ (FILE 5 )

Royal Irish Constabulary boycott and a request for directions in dealing with operations against coastguard stations. 15 June 192 1p 44 Initialled copy covering letter from MacSwiney to C. O’hUigín (Kevin O'Higgins Substitute Minister for Local Government) enclosing copies of the minutes of Cork Corporation's meetings for the previous two months. (No enclosures) 15 June 1920 1p 45 Initialled copy letter from MacSwiney to Michael Collins, Minister for Finance, acknowledging the receipt issued by Collins for money collected for the Dáil Éireann Loan in Mid-Cork and expressing great surprise at Collin's instructions not to accept any more gold at this stage. Written in Irish. 15 June 1920 1p 46 An t-oglach The Official Organ of the Irish Volunteers Volume II Number 13 15 June 1920 1 item 47 Letter confirming Cork Corporation's recognition of Dáil Éireann passed by resolution on the 30 January 1920. Signed by Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of Cork, F.W. Mc Carthy, Town Clerk and D.J. Galvin, City Solicitor. City Seal attached. 16 June 1920 1p See also PR4/5/1 48 16 June 1920 See copy PR4/5/47 49 Copy letter from MacSwiney to Diarmuid O’hEigceartuigh (Diarmuid O'Hegarty Secretary Dáil Éireann), urging that due to a rapidly increasing amount of work a formal instruction be issued noting that all absentee constituent members of Dáil Éireann be immediately replaced by substitutes, to take responsibility for the work of that area. 16 June 1920 2pp 50 Initialled copy letter from MacSwiney to Michael Collins, Minister for Finance, concerning Cork Corporation's decision not to pay income tax to the British Treasury but suggesting that instead Dáil Éireann take over the role of levying, collecting and settling tax claims. Covering letter in Irish. 16 June 1920 3pp

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