Copy of a letter from John Carstairs Matheson to James Connolly about an article in 'The Socialist' on "the Dublin strike", an "attack" on Connolly in the 'Weekly People' and an article in the 'Liberator' on the Socialist movement in the United States, with an enclosed letter from Jane Matheson asking if she may quote Connolly in support of women in her reply to an article in the 'Socialist' on suffragettes,
1913 November 15.
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|Main Creator:||Matheson, John Carstairs|
Matheson, referrring to an action by [Daniel] De Leon which Matheson wishes to have repudiated, states that he himself may "clear out of the SLP for good. I won't be associated, however indirectly, with such villainy and treachery".
Letter is addressed from "10 Chapland Rd. Lanark.".
Physical description: 1 item (5 pages).