“I visited Mrs Power again & while I was there another friend of hers came in, a stewardess off the Ros Láir boats, who was crossing that night. She said they carry lots of soldiers, and that life belts are put on everyone before the boat starts.”
WEEK 3: (15th – 21st October 1917)
I went to the S. F. committee in the evening, and they went over all the branch resolutions in the Convention agenda & instructed us to vote for or against each, or as we liked. There was only one that we were told to vote against; adherence to the policy as expounded by A. G. Séan Matthews was very determined against that, thinking it repudiated the use of arms altogether”.