No. 45 NAI DT S8535
Dublin, 2 May 1932
Dear Mr. President,
Having carefully considered your letter of the 30th April1 in all its parts, I think that an apology from you and the two Ministers concerned is due, not merely on my personal or official account, but with regard to the honour and self-respect of Irish public life.
[signed] James McNeill
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