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Title: Threatening letter to "Mr. Ginnell" at House of Commons London.
Authors: The Allen Library, Bro. Allen Collection
Keywords: McGinnell
House of Commons
Threatening Letter
Laurence Ginnell
Issue Date: 1-Jul-1915
Description: Letter from a Pat O'Keeffe to "Mr. Ginnell" at House of Commons London. Picture of recipient, Laurence Ginnell beside address "In case you are not known". Text reads "Dear sir, Yr [sic] a dirty blasted humbug + no right to be where you are. The first time I meet you I intend to give you a bloody good hiding + show there are yet Irishmen who love their country+ England's cause + could well do without such curs as you at 400£ a year. Why don't you shut up + get out. A revolver would do you good + the country would be glad to be rid of you. So no more at present. Yours, Pat O'Keeffe.
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