Letter from W. J. Gallagher, Cork, to [Murtagh] Lyng asking him not to send any socialist pamphlets with his name as the author to Cork, as he was "sacked" from his job as a science teacher due to his connection to the pamphlet and the socialist movement in Cork,
1901 October 17.
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|Main Creator:||Gallagher, William J., 1879-|
Gallagher writes "I cannot live on air, I dont want to get into the unemployment band again if I succeed in getting another job. Owing to the fact that I do not live with my parents, as the other fellows do, I cannot afford to remain idle very long.".
Includes manuscript annotation "Answd / 19.10.01".
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