Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC30/1/1-44
TitleOfficial papers relating to Irish Affairs
Extentapprox. 45 items
DescriptionMiscellaneous typescript and manuscript correspondence; including telegraphic correspondence; memoranda; may contain copy correspondence, extracts, [drafts] and dictation; relating to Irish affairs: Home Rule Bill, Government of Ireland Act, Macroom murders and kidnapping of British officers, 1920-1922
Correspondents: Walter Hume Long [1st Viscount Long of Wraxal; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1919-1921], Midleton, Rt. Hon. Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher [President of the Board of Education, 1916-1922], [Henry] Wickham Steed [Editor of 'The Times', 1919-1922], Montegu, Derby, [James] Fitzalan [Hope] [Financial Secretary, Minister of Munitions, 1919-1921; Chairman of Committees and Deputy Speaker, 1921-1924 and 1924-1929], George Younger [National Unionist Association], Penrose Fitzgerald [Commander, RN], Birkenhead, [Gen. Rt. Hon. Sir (Cecil Frederick) Nevil] Macready [Commissioner of Metropolitan Police, 1918-1920; Commanding-in-Chief the Forces in Ireland, 1920-1922], Arthur James Balfour [1st Earl of Balfour; President of the Council, 1919-1922], James Craig [1st Viscount Craigavon of Stormont, Co. Down; MP; Parliamentary Secretary Ministry of Pensions, 1919-1920; Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to Admiralty, 1920-1921; President of Ulster Unionist Council; various other political offices], Tom Jones, [Rt. Hon. Sir Winston (Leonard Spencer)] Churchill [secretary of State for; War and Air, 1919-1921; Air and the Colonies, 1921; and for the Colonies until October 1922], Austen Chamberlain [acting as Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1919-1921, Leader of the House and Lord Privy Seal, 1921-1922] and others
Includes: /1 Manuscript list of correspondence, [1922]; /3 Typescript memorandum relating to Home Rule Bill, [1920]; /28-/29 Typescript extracts from letters of Macready, relating to I. R. A., etc, 1922; /33 Typescript letter from Craig to Balfour relating to scheme for restoring law and order, etc, 1922; /40-/41 Typescript copies of telegraphic correspondence from Churchill to Craig and Michael Collins [MP (Sinn Fein) South Division, Co. Cork, from December 1918] [relating to Macroom murders], 1922
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/15a is in addition to /15


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