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

PR4/5/ (FILE 5 )

10 July 1920


80 Initialled copy letter from MacSwiney to Pádraig O’Catháin, Baile-Mhistéala County Cork, thanking him for his parish's generous contribution to the MacCurtain Memorial Fund. 10 July 1920 1p 81 Initialled copy letter from MacSwiney to John Dwyer, Ardnalee, Cork, thanking him for his gift of the Irish wolf hound "Seán" to parade with the Irish Volunteer band. 12 July 1920 1p 82 13 July 1920 See PR4/1/13 1p 83 Copy letter from MacSwiney to Michael Collins, Minister for Finance, detailing that no further action has been taken by the Dail with regard to preventing tax information being passed to the English collectors, requesting that he consider not just licenced premises in the renewal of licences but also cars, drivers, dogs, guns and tobacco and noting that some auctioneers in Macroom, County Cork, have expressed their willingness to pay the annual licence tax to the Irish government. Written in Irish. 14 July 1920 1p 84 Copy letter from MacSwiney to A. de Staic (Austin Stack, Substitute Minister for Home Affairs) noting that all Parish and District Courts in the Mid Cork and Cork City districts are working satisfactorily. 14 July 1920 1p 85 Copy letter from MacSwiney to Art O’Conchubhair (Art O'Connor), Department of Agriculture, questioning the precise reasons for the destruction of woods and suggesting that a leaflet on forestry be printed as a guideline. 14 July 1920 1p 86 Copy letter from MacSwiney to R.W. Sinnot, City of Cork Steam Packet Company Limited, acknowledging Sinnot's complaints and promising to provide effective security against theft in the Cork City area. Also notes that he will inquire into the problem of traffic congestion on Penrose Quay. 14 July 1920 1p

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