Letter from Joseph Connolly to Joseph McGarrity regarding the death of Liam Lynch and describing how Ireland is tiring of the violence and executions of the civil war, and that the government needs to change,
1923 April 12.
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|Main Creator:||Connolly, Joseph, 1885-1961|
Connolly also expresses his "sympathy and shame" regarding a burglary, complains of letters and correspondence being opened due to censorship, and wishing McGarrity and "Liam" well in their new agency business.
Addressed from "Home".
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