THE CARLOW PATRIOTS - CLOWRY, DORIS.
DOLAN, KELLY & BYRNE
THE CARLOW PATRIOTS.
A meeting of the committee to erect a
monument to the Carlow Heroes of '98 was held at the Racquet,
Carlow, Ireland, on Monday evening, August 22nd, Mr. J P. Clowry,
presiding. Mr. Doris handed the secretary a letter from Mr. P. J.
Conlon, who was unable to attend, containing the following letter
and cheque value $75 or £15 from Mr. Dolan, New York
find enclosed a cheque for the sum of $75, amount collected up to
date as the first instalment for the Carlow Graigue Monument. I am
deeply grateful to all those good and true Irishmen and women who
so generously contributed towards erecting a monument over the
Carlow Heroes of '98.
JOHN J. DOLAN.
A warm vote of
thanks to Mr. Dolan, and also to the sympathizers with the movement
in America for their generous subscriptions was, on the motion of
Mr. Kelly, seconded by Mr. Byrne, unanimously adopted, and the
secretary was instructed to convey same.
Date: October 10, 1891
Article type: News Article
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