Typescript copy of letter from Cornelius O'Lyhane [Lehane] to James Connolly describing the Cork Branch of the Irish Socialist Republican Party as "defunct", and complaining about lectures delivered by J. Bruce Glasier of the British Fabian Society,
1900 February 3.
|Main Creator:||Lehane, Cornelius,|
Lehane notes of the socialist movement in Cork that "The conviction is slowly dawning on me that we (I especially) have done more harm than good to the [socialist] movement in Cork". Includes a postscript from Lehane clarifying variations of his name, and remarking "Don't think me a "political crook" or a "freak" (these phrases I found in the 'People') who wishes to conceal his identity".
See MS 15,700/1/4 for original.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).