Letter from Matthew Cummings, Ancient Order of Hibernians in America, to William Crossin regarding a signed statement in the 'Irish World', his belief that if they continue this fight they will lose more than half the state of New Hampshire, one half the state of N.J. and one of the best counties in N.Y. State, and about $50,000 worth of property, and the Archbishop's agreement that if there are any more signed statements he will join Cummings in a statement denouncing their methods,
1909 January 4.
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In this letter Cummings also says that all the Co. Presidents failed to carry out their instructions and threw the whole burden on him (relating to the suspension of members from the order, and says that he does not know of a movement to unite Hibernians in Ireland and America. He also speaks about the need for "Devlin" to make a written apology to the organisation before they will recognise him.
Typed on headed paper: "Ancient Order of Hibernians in America". Notes and calculations inscribed on the back of page 2.
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