Copy-letter from James Larkin to Thomas Foran admonishing him for the rift in the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union and ordering him to settle the dispute with P.T. Daly,
1919 September 15.
|Main Creator:||Larkin, James, 1876-1947|
Larkin writes "This quarrel must cease a truce must be carried out between both parties until I land [...] that no further publicity be given to the quarrel [...] that Daly return to his duty that is that he submit to the Executive orders without demur [...] Tom remember that you who are quarrelling fought together while those behind the scenes are awaiting what they hope is the disentegration of the Union".
With an inscription by William O'Brien reading "Handed to Thos Foran in Liberty Hall on 15/9/19 by Eamon MacAlphine.
The original letter may be found at MS 15,679/3/4. Foran's reply may be found at MS 15,679/3/6.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).