No. 47 NAI DT S8535
Dublin, 7 May 1932
Dear Governor General,1
I duly received your letter of May 2nd,2 and have given it careful consideration.
In my previous letter to you I made it clear that I regarded the whole affair as unfortunate and regrettable and one that should not have been permitted to occur. Further than this I am unable to go.
[copy letter unsigned]
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