Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity concerning his decision to take his exams at both the National University and the Royal College of Surgeons in the aftermath of the 'Irish Student' stir,
1910 June 11.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Mentions "Tom" [Kettle?] in relation to the publication of the 'Irish Student', an unidentified "Uncle", explains how he will be spending the money McGarrity sent him, that he will try to interview Douglas Hyde for the 'Gaelic American' regarding his proposal to make Irish compulsory and hopes the vote of the Senate on the matter will be discussed in newspapers and at the Ancient Order of Hibernians' Convention, mentions John Devoy and "Billy" and gives news from people they know in Co. Tyrone.
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