Letter from James Connolly [to John J. Lyng] about a riot at Foster Place, and proposing how Dublin might print the 'Workers' Republic' and 'The Socialist' and how the Irish Socialist Republican Party might work with a similar party in Scotland,
1903 May 1.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
In relation to the Foster Place riot, Connolly repeats his "publicly expressed suspicion that the man was a police agent working to provoke a row". Connolly also contrasts late mention in 'Justice' of "our manifesto againt the Home Rules" compared with immediate publication of a letter "spitting filth at us".
Letter addressed "c/o Campbell, 38 Albert St / Edinburgh".
There is a copy of this letter, MS 13,935/1, in a folder of letters thought to have been addressed to Thomas Brady.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).