No. 192 Reprinted from Correspondence between the Government of the Irish Free State and His Majesty's Government relating to Article 12 of the Treaty (Dublin, 1924)

T.M. Healy to J.H. Thomas (London)

Dublin, 29 January 1924


I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your despatch of the 24th instant, 1 relative to the Conference with representatives of His Majesty's Government and of the Government of Northern Ireland proposed in the Duke of Devonshire's communication of the 22nd September last, acceptance of which by my Ministers was signified in my Despatch of the 8th October.2
2. The date suggested for the first meeting of the Conference, viz., Friday, 1st February, will be convenient to my Ministers, and President Cosgrave, accompanied by the Minister for Home Affairs and the Attorney-General,3 will attend at No. 10 Downing Street on that date.4

I have, etc.,
T.M. Healy

1Not printed.

1No.144 above

1Kevin O'Higgins, John O'Byrne.

1The Conference met as arranged on 1 February, and adjourned on 2 February for a period not exceeding 28 days.

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