Letter from William O'Brien to James Connolly informing him that Connolly's application for the role of editor and manager of the 'Dublin Trade and Labour Journal' was unsuccessful,
1909 May 25.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien writes that, out of 13 applicants, P.T. Daly was appointed, having beaten Connolly by 4 votes. Connnolly was supported by Thomas J. Lyng and John Simmons despite "some vague stories circulated about you".
Letter addressed from "43 Belvidere Place / Dublin".
For letters from Connolly to O'Brien on this topic, see MS 13,908/1/9 and 10, and MS 13,940/2/12 and 13.
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