Letter from Féidhlimidh O' Cinnéide to Padraic Pearse asking for advice for a branch of the Gaelic League in Manchester, discussing the religious opposition they face, legal questions regarding charging admission and financial difficulties,

1902 August 21.

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Main Creator: O' Cinnéide, Féidhlimidh
Contributors: Pearse, Padraic, 1879-1916.
Summary:O' Cinnéide discusses recent literature and wants to ensure charging for admission is legal considering the "relentless opposition we have to encounter from the clergy and leading residents who would be glad of the opportunity of stigmatising us which our appearance in court would provide them with".
In Collection: Pearse Papers, 1870-1932
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
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Notes:Letter includes the address "6, Booth Street East / Chorlton upon Medlock / Manchester" and "Colm Cille / Branch, G. League".

Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).

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Letter from Féidhlimidh O' Cinnéide to Padraic Pearse asking for advice for a branch of the Gaelic League in Manchester, discussing the religious opposition they face, legal questions regarding charging admission and financial difficulties,

1902 August 21.
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In Collection: Pearse Papers, 1870-1932
Description:O' Cinnéide discusses recent literature and wants to ensure charging for admission is legal considering the "relentless opposition we have to encounter from the clergy and leading residents who would be glad of the opportunity of stigmatising us which our appearance in court would provide them with".
Main Creator: O' Cinnéide, Féidhlimidh
Language:English
Extent:1 item (6 pages).
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 21,047/9/28 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.