No. 164 UCDA P150/1929

Extract from a letter from Michael Collins to Eamon de Valera

London, 12 October 1921

Dear Dev,

E.[rskine] C.[hilders], will have notified you about things yesterday - I never felt so relieved at the end of any day, and I need hardly say I am not looking forward with any pleasure to resumptions - such a crowd I never met.
[138 words deleted covering relations with Irish-America]

M.[ichael Collins]

Separate letter goes with this re USA matters. Good luck. This place [the] bloody limit. I wish to God I were back home.1

1 Handwritten.

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