Official Correspondence relating to the Peace Negotiations June-September, 1921
Author: Eamon de Valera and David Lloyd George
Preliminary Correspondence. June 24thJuly 9th, 1921.
Letter from President de Valera, June 28th, 1921:
The letter to Sir
James Craig having been delayed
in transmission, the President,
on June 28th, sent the following telegram to him:
On receipt of this reply President
de Valera telegraphed as follows to Sir James Craig:
Conferences were held on July 4th and July
8th, at the Mansion House, Dublin, between President de Valera, the Earl of Midleton, Sir Robert Woods, Sir Maurice Dockrell, and
Mr. Andrew Jameson. At the conclusion of the Conference on July 8th, the following official statement was issued:
President de Valera at the same time sent the following reply to
the British Prime Minister's proposal of June 24th for a Conference in London:
On July 9th Mr. Lloyd George telegraphed as follows:
Correspondence arising from the Conversations
at London between President de Valera and the British Prime Minister. (July 20thSeptember 30th).
The following communication from the Ministry of
Dáil Eireann was handed to Mr. Lloyd George at Gairloch at 6.30 p.m. on the 1st September, 1921, by Commandant Robert Barton,T.D., and Commandant Joseph McGrath, T.D.