“They also saw Joseph P Mooney, publican 62 Meath Street, leading the Sinn Feiners”

Dublin Metropolitan Police Telephone

Newmarket Station of Origin Date 27 4 1916 Received at 7.40pm Sent at 7.40pm

From SS Haugh To Chief Supt

At 6.50pm 27th inst, Sergeant Murphy, 40 Meath St and Ellen Stephenson 39 Meath Street, reported here that about three weeks ago, a uniform and equipment belonging to an officer of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers was left by his servant Pte Mills same Regiment in the back room of the tenement house 40 Meath Street. They believe the Officer is at present in England and unable to return, and they suspect that the Sinn Feiners will occupy the room tonight as it is vacant.

There are two men named Burke one at Brabazon St (no. Unknown), The other at 63 Meath St, who know the uniform is there in the the house, both of whom they know to be Sinn Feiners. One is at large, the other is supposed to be in Jacobs. They also saw Joseph P Mooney, publican, 62 Meath Street, leading the Sinn Feiners at Christ Church Place on Monday 24th inst going towards the city.

Copied to Military present mn 27 4

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