Letter from W[illiam] P[atrick] Ryan to James Connolly discussing Connolly's newspaper, The Harp, and his desire that the Irish workers will read it and "take to heart its lessons",
1908 Dec. 30.
|Main Creator:||Ryan, W. P. (William Patrick), 1867-1942|
Ryan writes on the Irish workers "Our workers have been taking themselves and social circumstance in a listleess, hopeless, tragically despondent way, as if their virtual damnation in this world were something inevitable, divinely ordained.".
Letter is written on "The Peasant, / 12 Temple Lane, / Dublin. / An Gaedheal Tuaithe, / 12 Sráidín an Teampaill, / Baile Átha Cliath." headed paper.
Physical description: 1item (3 pages).