Copy of letter from Thomas Johnson to James Connolly returning Connolly's draft manifesto and explaining a lack of action as being dependent on "signs of organization",
1911 March 6.
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|Main Creator:||Johnson, Thomas, 1872-1963|
Johnson refers to himself as treasurer. He also refers to an enclosure, which may have been the circular, not extant.
Letter addressed from "5 Rosemary St., Belfast", and a note indicates that the original was inscribed on the verso of a printed circular titled "Parliamentary veracity, the Member for East Belfast and Sweating. 6 March 1911".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).