Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Maxwell, John Grenfell, Sir, 1859-1929 — Hall, Frank, 1879-1964
Abstract:
Handwritten letter from Frank Hall, War Office to Maxwell, marked 'Secret & Personal'. Sends 'the enclosed' and comments 'I don't know what the policy is & I don't ask' and wishes to 'keep clear of "party politics"'. [ … ]
Dates:
1916-05-18-1916-05-23 — 1916-05-18
Type/Formats:
Text — Miscellaneous documents
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Great Britain. Metropolitan Police Office. Special Branch
Abstract:
Special Branch, Metropolitan Police, New Scotland Yard communications relating to a letter addressed to Mrs. A.S. Green, Westminster, containing a letter for Prof. Eoin MacNeill, which was stopped by the Censor. Includes copies of the texts of both letters. The letter for Prof. MacNeill includes an... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Maxwell, John Grenfell, Sir, 1859-1929 — Hall, Frank, 1879-1964
Abstract:
Handwritten follow up note from Hall, War Office to Maxwell marked 'Personal & Confidential'.
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Maxwell, John Grenfell, Sir, 1859-1929 — Whigham, Robert, Sir, 1865-1950
Abstract:
Handwritten note from R. [Whigham], War Office to Maxwell informing him that C.I.G.S has agreed that Hutchinson will remain with Maxwell.
Type/Formats:
Text — Miscellaneous documents
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Hutchison of Montrose, Robert, Baron, 1873-1950
Abstract:
Copy of typescript instructions from R. Hutchison, HQ, Parkgate St. to GOC Dublin and OC 59th Division concerning troop movements.
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Hutchison of Montrose, Robert, Baron, 1873-1950
Abstract:
Typescript letter from Hutchison, Headquarters, Irish Command, Parkgate St., Dublin to the Editor, Freeman's Journal, Dublin informing him that Maxwell regards its reporting concerning the administration of Martial Law in Ireland as unacceptable 'and that the appearance of any further articles of... [ … ]
Dates:
1917-11-03-1917-11-04 — 1917-11-03
Type/Formats:
Text — Miscellaneous documents
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Hutchison of Montrose, Robert, Baron, 1873-1950 — Great Britain. War Office
Abstract:
Telegrams from HQ, Horse Guards to Hutchison, Irish Command with instructions, later cancelled, to remain in Dublin. Typescript paraphrase copy of cipher from War Office to Dublin stating Major-General Hutchison's authority in Ireland. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Miscellaneous documents
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Maxwell, John Grenfell, Sir, 1859-1929
Abstract:
Typescript copy of a public notice Proclamation No. 1 issued by General Maxwell, informing the rebels that 'the most vigorous measures will be taken by me to stop the loss of life and damage to property which certain misguided persons are causing by their armed resistance to the Law'. Specifies... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Letter
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Mahon, Bryan Thomas, Sir, 1862-1930
Abstract:
Copy of typescript letter from [?] to Sir Brian T. Mahon marked 'secret'. Letter concerns Hutchison's status, commenting on his usefulness to Maxwell and discusses the anomalies of the Irish situation. [ … ]
Type/Formats:
Text — Miscellaneous documents
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975 — Asquith, H. H. (Herbert Henry), 1852-1928
Abstract:
Typescript copy of cipher message between the Prime Minister in London (via 'Cinchomfor') and Dublin (via 'Commandeth'). Dublin requests that Asquith be informed that all Commanders have been told that 'only dangerous Sinn Feiners' are to be arrested. [ … ]