Letter from W. J. Gallagher, Cork, to [Murtagh?] Lyng regarding a request from James Connolly to submit a socialist paper he read before the Catholic Young Men's Society in Cork, to the Irish Socialist Republican Party Publishing Committee for publication,
1901 April 27.
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|Main Creator:||Gallagher, William J., 1879-|
Gallagher notes he feels "considerable diffidence in placing it before you, as it is but an ill-digested plagiarism...". Gallagher wishes to financially contribute to the publication but also notes that his upcoming exams require his attention and he is unsure if he will have the time to retype the paper.
Includes Gallagher's address at "24 S[outh] Mall / Cork".
See LO P 70 for printed pamphlet of Gallagher's paper entitled 'Work, wages and profits'.
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