Copy of letter from William O'Brien to James Connolly advising that 'The Harp' is threatened with 4 libel actions, and informing Connolly to apply for a private meeting with James Larkin,
1910 July 4.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien writes that libel actions against 'The Harp' have arisen from James Larkin's report on the Trades Congress, and states that he will not publish the July issue before Connolly arrives. He also writes that letters to James Larkin while he is imprisoned are read by the prison governor.
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