Letter from John Lyng to Bill [William O'Brien] discussing his and James Connolly's resignations from the Irish Socialist Republican Party and encouraging O'Brien to re-join,
1903 March 18.
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|Main Creator:||Lyng, John J.|
Lyng describes his and Connolly's desire to keep O'Brien in the party and accuses Edward W. Stewart of being the "cause of all the personality being introduced".
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