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II.xxxi. Letters to Edmund Downey from Laurence Ginnell M.P.,

1917.

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In Collection: Edmund Downey Additional Papers, 1842-1968.
Description: Ginnell writes of the political situation in Ireland, 'the magnificent spirit in the country' and a parliamentary debate and vote on the imprisonment of Joseph MacGuinness. He also refers in passing to his work in the past as private secretary to John Dillon and his recollections of literary meetings held in Oldham's Chambers, Dublin, attending by T. W. Rolleston, George Coffey, Douglas Hyde and W. B. Yeats. His letters are dated 26 May - 15 June 1917; the letter dated 26 May is incomplete.
Main Creator: Ginnell, Laurence, 1854-1923
Extent: 3 pages.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 50,009/82 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.