Letter from Patrick J. Tobin, Cork, to [Murtagh] Lyng, regarding the suspension of the 'Workers' Republic' and describing O'Lyhane's [Cornelius Lehane] lecture at the Cork Catholic Young Men's Society,
1900 December 29.
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|Main Creator:||Tobin, Patrick J.|
Tobin promises to ensure the Cork Branch of the Irish Socialist Republican Party sends some funds for the 'Workers' Republic', and the election fund. He also notes that Lehane's lecture had "a large and interested audience and he cleared the atmosphere of some general misconceptions relating to Social Democracy".
Includes Tobin's address: "14 St. Patrick's Place, Cork".
Includes annotation "ML" [Murtagh Lyng].
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).