[New York: Irish Republican Headquarters], 1922. First Edition. 12mo (18cm.); staplebound self-wrappers; 8pp. Light dust-soil and toning, else Near Fine. Small pamphlet issued by the fraternal oath-bound Irish Republican Brotherhood, reprinting excerpts by General Macready in Dublin and Churchill and George from the House of Commons regarding the Irish Civil War, concluding with the tongue-in-cheek "Crowning Triumph: 'In William Cosgrave and Richard Mulcahy two men stepped forward who, if they did not at first inspire univeral confidence, proved for a time loyal to their obligations towards the British Government, and determined to assert their authority in their own country by means far more drastic than any which the British Government dared to impose during the worst period of the rebellion'" (p. 8). Somehow missed by Woods.