Copy of letter from a despondent James Connolly, in Mountjoy Prison, to William O'Brien requesting he send in papers to him as he has asked many of his visitors to do so and he has only received three papers to date,
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly writes "There is an old saying about being out of sight and out of mind. I suppose that is the case with me now.", and also "I may begin to believe that the promises of my visitors were worth more than the breath of wind. It is hard to hunger for news and get none.".
Letter has been annotated with names and states "Jas. Connolly, 3 months bail 29/11/13". Letter includes Connolly's address as "H.M. Mountjoy Prison".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).