Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity stating that he wants Constance Markievicz to lead a Woman's National Movement in Ireland, and referring to tensions between Bulmer Hobson and Arthur Griffith,
1909 April 7.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Mentions William Crossin's advice that he "should let politics alone" until he got through his medical work and "P. J. Daly". The postscript (which McCartan wanted to be burnt after reading) concerns Bulmer Hobson and Arthur Griffith. McCartan states "Griffith has no gradh for any of us Northerners". Alos mentions newspapers.
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