Copy of letter from John Carstairs Matheson to James Connolly in which he states that he does not "want to mix myself up in any of these American rows" and writes of feeling "very depressed and dispirited" over political difficulties,
1908 November 17.
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|Main Creator:||Matheson, John Carstairs|
Matheson also refers to Daniel De Leon's standing in Britain, the Industrial Workers of the World and people including Hossack and Gillespie.
Letter is addressed from "17 High Street / Lanark".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,906/1/35.
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).