“The plain clothes men… were not allowed to pass by the Military”

Dublin Metropolitan Police Telephone

Green St Station of Origin Date 27 4 1916 Received at 11.50am Sent at 11.55am

From Supt D To Chief Supt

The plain clothes men going from Mountoy Stn to Parkgate St were not allowed to pass by the Military although they showed their armlets. Inspector Lowry say the office in charge of the military at the Prison and he gave them a pass. I expect they will get there all right now, the remainder of the plain clothes party is coming from Chapelizod.

SS Hall and Srgt Farrelly while coming to Mountjoy were turned back by the Military at Prussia Street although Srgt Farrelly had his uniform on him under his plain clothes and showed it to the military. They are both now at Manor St Barrack.


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