Letter from John Mulray to James Connolly in which he wonders if Connolly would return to live in Ireland if some work could be found for him,
undated [1908 March].
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|Main Creator:||Mulray, John|
Mulray writes "we are in great need of a good man to infuse energy into the members" and that he was asked by some members to approach Connolly about returning to Ireland. He also asks Connolly to write a leaflet about how socialism could be established when Ireland was not an independent country.
Letter addressed from "55 Jones Road / Dublin".
In a letter to John Carstairs Matheson (MS 13,906/2/30), Connolly seeks his opinion on this suggestion from John Mulray.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).