Letter from John Devoy to Joseph McGarrity enclosing a cheque for $982.85 for expenses of the Philadelphia Free Tolls meeting [not extant], and informing McGarrity that he received a letter from "Chicago" this morning agreeing that silence was to be preserved even after the goods are delivered, and that the majority agree with the Vol. [Irish Volunteers?] proposition but that there is still no answer from "Columbus" and "Jersey" is the only one against it,
1914 May 15.
|Main Creator:||Devoy, John, 1842-1928|
Inscribed on headed paper: "Office of / The Gaelic American / 165-167 William Street / New York, N. Y.".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).