Fragment of a copy-letter from K.M. Shannon, Socialist Party of Ireland, to [James Connolly] discussing his tour of Cork and a recent parliamentary meeting and debate,
1911 March 9.
|Main Creator:||Shannon, K. M.|
Shannon writes "I had a letter this morning from a Belfast comrade. He speaks in glowing terms of your tour there. It occurred to me before now that Belfast was more likely to yield some immediate results that either Cork and Dublin".
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