Letter in cypher from [Patrick McCartan] to [Joseph McGarrity] informing him of the situation in Ireland,
1906 January 12.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Writes: "Police ordered from Castle to arrest or send names [o]f those seen puting up no[t]ices geting printed to put up friday night made no conection time enough beter k wait Hobson k dreds men lik G. Dufy geting on top says we must have leaders who will go whole way tel Bily Dobin trid t[o] start club in Belfast would likly make conections with united irish societies met Mc Culough's nephew in Belfast you tel John".
Joseph McCarrity inscribed the date and that he letter was written from Carrickmore (co. Tyrone). This item was probably enclosed with MS 17,457/31.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).