Letters from Alice Stopford Green and William Henry Brayden,
|Main Creator:||Green, Alice Stopford, 1848-1929|
1/ : ALS from Alice Stopford Green to William Henry Brayden, September 27 , regarding article in the Manchester Guardian about George Wyndham's economic plans.
2/ : ALS from William Henry Brayden to Alice Stopford Green, September 28 1902, thanking her for her letter.
3/ : ALS from William Henry Brayden to John F. Taylor, September 29 1902, regarding Irish politics, George Wyndham, Timothy Healy, and Horace Plunkett.
4/ : ALS from William Henry Brayden to Alice Stopford Green, October 2nd 1902, saying he has destroyed John Taylor's article and in a postscript says he is sorry to hear about Taylor's illness. With envelope.
Letter informing him that she had no wish to hurt his feelings and encourages him to turn to literature than to politics.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
4 letters and 1 envelope.
Physical description: 4 items.
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|MS 43,320 /1-4||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|