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Concerns Raised Over Anonymous Letters in Proximity to Limerick City


In a picturesque district near Limerick City, members of the local party are grappling with a vexing issue: the relentless onslaught of anonymous letters penned by a particularly troublesome individual. These missives, directed towards the authorities, serve as a source of constant vexation for the party, disrupting their peace and tarnishing their reputation.

The situation has escalated to the extent that some letters have been intercepted and compared with the writing found in the Guard’s Diary and Patrol Book, revealing a disturbing revelation: the handwriting matches that of an individual within their midst. Moreover, suspicions linger regarding this individual’s propensity to withhold private letters destined for members of the barrack, further exacerbating tensions.

Adding to the gravity of the situation, this individual stands accused of disseminating threatening, lewd, and defamatory notices targeting villagers with whom they have grievances. Such behaviour is not only reprehensible but also poses a significant threat to the harmony and well-being of the community.

Despite the widespread awareness of these transgressions, the individual in question continues to operate with impunity, shielded by a veil of anonymity and seemingly unchecked by the authorities. The man in charge, whom we hold in high regard, appears either powerless or unwilling to intervene, leaving us feeling helpless and frustrated in the face of such blatant misconduct.

The publication of this letter serves as a call to action, a resounding declaration that we, the members of this community, refuse to tolerate such reprehensible behaviour any longer. It is our hope that by shedding light on this issue, we can prompt a swift and decisive response from the appropriate authorities, bringing an end to this reign of harassment and restoring peace to our community.



Constabulary Gazette (Dublin) – Saturday 26 August 1916

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