Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity regarding his love interests, and nationalist activity in North Leitrim and in newspapers,
1907 November 9.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Mentions that "Judge", "Paddy Quinn, James Conway and Peter Fox" are gone, that Bulmer Hobson is in Antrim writing a book and taking care of a poultry society, "Dolan" [Charles?] and John Redmond and the proposition to "give the money subscribed for electioneering purposes to an industrial committee", "Pat Ford", John Devoy and others, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, "Joe Devlin" and articles in the 'Gaelic American'. Also mentions William Butler Yeats' and Bernard Shaw's works.
Letter addressed from "18 Belvidere Road / Dublin".
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