|Letter on 'Irish Freedom' headed paper from Seán MacDiarmada to Delia MacVeigh of Derry Cumann na mBan thanking her for her letter and asking, 'Will you be good enough to oblige us a little farther. Enclosed pc.[postcard] was sent [to] us a few days ago. We don't supply agents in the country for two reasons (1) the postage is as high, on small parcels, that selling papers at 9 (nine pence) a doz. is a loss to us. (2) We don't know if agents can or will pay us, unless where they are recommended to us. Will you call and see this firm and find if they cannot get them through Easons, or if there is any wholesale agent in town that you could recommend, and who would take say four or more dozen copies we would supply them direct.
With many thanks for good work', 17 February 1912.
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