Letter from William G. Orr to James Connolly apologising that he cannot offer Connolly hospitality as his mother is ill, and that the Belfast Socialist Society cannot arrange a lecture for him as they do not have a suitable hall,
1910 July 31.
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Orr does offer to meet Connolly at the train station and offers to arrange lodgings for him. Orr also refers to Independent Labour Party in Belfast and their decision not to engage Connolly and his lecture tour for a week.
Addressed from "Telegraphs, P.O. Belfast".
Inscribed on verso of blank telegrams.
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