Copy of letter from James Connolly to Daniel O'Brien expressing annoyance at a delay in issuing the 'Workers' Republic', and about publications and [William] McLoughlin fighting an election for the North City ward of Dublin
1902 November 3.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly refers to a letter from Thomas J. Lyng and asks if it is "so hard a job for you to get together enough matter to fill a paper once a month". He suggests that those who do not "think the cause of the Socialist Republic worth working for" should leave the party, especially those who don't keep their promises in a timely fashion.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Globe / Hotel / 260 E. Sixth St. / St Paul, Minn[esota]".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,912/1/32 (body of the letter) and 13,912/1/1 (postscript), which are in a folder of letters thought to have been addressed to the Lyng brothers.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).