Letter from Thomas J. O'Brien to the editor of the 'Weekly Freeman' regarding a "controversy" concerning Sir Charles Gavan Duffy and John Mitchel,
1897 June 9.
|Main Creator:||O'Brien, Thomas John, 1878-1928|
O'Brien refutes the idea that Mitchel referred to the ideas of James Fintan Lalor without acknowleding the latter, and refers to Mitchel breaking his parole by leaving Australia. He finishes by recommending William Dillon's book on the life of John Mitchel.
Letter addressed from "43 Belvidere Place / Mountjoy Square / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (5 pages).