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|Anonymous anti-Treaty Handwritten letter from 'An Old Irregular' in a 'Dug-out near the Galtees' to Archbishop Byrne
|Dublin Diocesan Archives
|Catholic Church and Revolutionary Period
Anti Treaty Letter
|Eloquent anonymous and intensely anti-Treaty Handwritten letter from 'An Old Irregular' in a 'Dug-out near the Galtees' to Archbishop Byrne asking if it is the will of the Catholic Church to support swearing a blasphemous oath to the King of England, stating that "Collins died in tatters fighting for a blasphemy" Many references to St. Patrick and the Roman Catholic Heirarchy.
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|1922: Civil War
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