Letter from Conal O'Riordan to William O'Brien regarding having not replied due to having not received a definitive answer to the proposition of a Peace Conference, requesting the final report of the Industrial Peace Committee, who at that time ceased to exist and informing him he has been called away to London,
1913 Nov. 12.
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|Main Creator:||O'Riordan, Conal, 1874-1948|
Letter includes author's address as "16 Ely Place / Dublin". O'Riordan provides his London address as "106 Meadvale Road / Ealing W.".
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