Letter from W. J. Gallagher, Cork, to [Murtagh?] Lyng, regarding his doubts about the quality of his paper on socialism which he sent to the Irish Socialist Republican Party Publishing Committee for publication,
1901 May 11.
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|Main Creator:||Gallagher, William J., 1879-|
See LO P 70 for printed pamphlet of Gallagher's paper entitled 'Work, wages and profits'.
Gallagher hopes that the Publishing Committee has condmened his paper and writes "I have had a nightmare continually since I sent it off, as anything bearing the party imprint must in my humble judgement, be logically and grammatically above cavil".
Includes Gallagher's address "Skerry's Academy, Cork".
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