Febry 9, 1922

Dear Adams,

Your letter dated Febry 5th has just reached me this morning. I am writing again to Capt Ensor, to see if he can do anything for you and home he may soon have an opening. Glad to hear from you at any time.

Yours faithfully,

D. Graham Shillington




Co. Down.

Feby 13th 1922

Dear Adams,

Enclosed is letter which I have received from Capt Ensor. I am sorry this is not more satisfactory, but I have written to him again urging him to try to do something for you as soon as ever it is possible. I have also told him that you are well known to Major Stalahan [?].

I may say that I called at the Headquarters here of the R.I.C. & they told me that with them all recruiting is stopped for the present. I hope something may soon turn up.

Yours sincerely

D. Graham Shillington