Letter from Eoin Mac Neill to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, about the merits of uniting the Gaelic League and the Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language,

1896 March 14.
Main Creator: Mac Neill, Eoin, 1867-1945
Contributors: Plunkett, George Noble, Count, 1851-1948
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Summary:In the letter Eoin Mac Neill says the only difficulty in uniting the two movements "would be the securing to Mr. MacSweeney of the salary he has now enjoyed for so many years".
In Collection: Count Plunkett Papers, 1648-1940
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
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Notes:Manuscript.

Letter inscribed on headed paper from the Gaelic League.

Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).

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Letter from Eoin Mac Neill to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, about the merits of uniting the Gaelic League and the Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language,

1896 March 14.
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In Collection: Count Plunkett Papers, 1648-1940
Description:In the letter Eoin Mac Neill says the only difficulty in uniting the two movements "would be the securing to Mr. MacSweeney of the salary he has now enjoyed for so many years".
Main Creator: Mac Neill, Eoin, 1867-1945
Language:English
Extent:1 item (6 pages).
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 11,374/7/4 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.