Copy of letter to James Connolly from Ronald J. P. Mortished expressing regret about "the miserable fiasco" but hoping that Connolly will deliver an opening lecture,
1914 August 1.
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|Main Creator:||Mortished, R. J. P. (Ronald James Patrick), 1891-1957|
Mortishead, who learned of the "fiasco" from [Walter] Carpenter, expresses the opinion that "the [Independent Labour] Party certainly owes you an abject apology", and recognises that Connolly's work with the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union must come first.
Letter addressed from "3 Sealfield Road, Dollymount, Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).