Copy of letter from John Carstairs Matheson to James Connolly about difficulties in the proposed move by Connolly to Scotland to act as printer [of 'The Socialist'], and predicting the affiliation of the Social Democratic Federation with the Labour Representation Committee,
1906 March 12.
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|Main Creator:||Matheson, John Carstairs|
Matheson outlines financial issues in relation to Connolly being offered the role of printer but states "We haven't however given up the idea". Matheson also refers to G[eorge].S. Yates and [G.] E. Hunter.
Letter is addressed from "Islay House / Tarbert, Lochfyne".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,906/1/15.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).