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Letter from Alec Wilson, Belvoir Park, Newtownbreda, County Down, to Joseph Mary Plunkett regarding the delivery of copies of 'The Irish Review' to him,

1914 April 28.

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In Collection: Joseph Mary Plunkett Papers, 1904-1916
Description: He writes "Please put me down for 2 dozen copies: and I'm sure Mrs. Green, Sir Roger Casement, Mr. H. Barbour and Mr. Stormoth (Motor Agent, Eyre Square, Galway) will take copies ... I am clear only on one point, that the Ulster Unionist crowd are so cock-a-whoop with themselves that there is not the remotest chance of getting them to accept any settlement this side of a general election. I spent the greater part of the last three months in England, and came back more digusted than ever at the way Irish interests are treated by politicians at Westminster!".
Main Creator: Wilson, Alec (Alexander George), 1876-
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (2pp.)
Call Number: MS 10,999/2/8 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.