Letter from Cornelius Lehane to James Connolly regarding the waning support of socialism in Cork and Dublin; the suspension of the 'Workers' Republic'; describing the lecture tour of J. Bruce Glasier of the British Fabian Society; and the socialism in the United States,
1900 March 6.
|Main Creator:||Lehane, Cornelius,|
Lehane writes "I have not lost hope - On the contrary I feel myself being grounded more and more on the basic principles of socialism and I am confident that in a short time we will have another branch in Cork, built on a more stable foundation than the first.". Lehane describes William J. Gallagher as an "academic reformer" and writes "I don't think he will be of any use to us".
Includes annotations in pencil throughout letter clarifying obscured words.
Includes Lehane's address "29 Sundays Well Avenue, Cork".
Physical description: 1 item (8 pages).