Letter from Bulmer Hobson to Joseph McGarrity regarding the bad condition of rural Ireland and his intent to join Dublin and rejuvenate politics there,
1908 February 17.
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|Main Creator:||Hobson, Bulmer|
Mentions "McCartan" [Patrick], "Judge", "Crossin" [William] in the US, "Redmond", Parliamentarianism, Sinn Fein in Ireland, and that "the only two weapons left England are bribery and coercion".
Addressed from "Cushendall, Co. Antrim".
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