No. 178 UCDA P150/2176

Handwritten letter from Joseph P. Walshe to Eamon de Valera (Dublin)

Dublin, 7 March 1933

Dear President,

The attached reply has just been received by Dulanty from Thomas.1 A few minutes later Harding came on the phone and told Dulanty that the Leader of the Opposition had asked Thomas this afternoon whether he had had any further communication from the Irish Government.

Thomas will reply in the affirmative and intends to read in the Commons our communication and his reply.2

Yours sincerely,
J.P. Walshe

1 Not printed.

2 See above No. 175

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