Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity regarding the election taking place that day and predicting that Éamon De Valera might win,
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Mentions Mary MacSwiney, John Devoy, Luke Dillon, William Maloney, Ernest Blythe, Katherine O'Doherty, Liam Peddlar, Sean T. O'Kelly and others. Also mentions his articles about unity in 'Honesty' and the invitations he recieved to enter politics in Monaghan and Wicklow. Confesses he burnt his diary as he was in touch with Sinn Féin, Fianna Fáil, Clan Eireann, the Irish Republican Army and the mutineers. States that "the country hasn't been so bad since the Famine".
Letter addressed from "55 Merrion Square". The year "1928" was inscribed by Joseph McGarrity but the actual date is more likely 9 June 1927.
Physical description: 1 item (7 pages).