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Correspondence from John O’Callaghan, Secretary of the United Irish League of America, to John Redmond regarding the expulsion of D.D. Sheehan and William O’Brien over their threat of action against the Irish Parliamentary Party in connection with the distribution of funds to Irish members in parliament,

1907 January.

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In Collection: John Redmond Papers, 1878-1918.
Description: Also includes original letters and telegrams which O’Callaghan received from national executive committee members such as Edward J. Gallagher, Patrick Ford, and Hugh Gallagher indicating their approval of the declaration against William O’Brien and D.D. Sheehan. Correspondence also refers to the work undertaken by Thomas Kettle and Richard Hazleton during their American mission.
Main Creator: O'Callaghan, John, 1865–1913
Language: English
Extent: 1 folder (Circa 67 items).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 15,213/10 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.