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Letter from Roger Casement to his cousin "Gee" [Gertrude Bannister],

1916 July 18.

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In Collection: Roger Casement Papers (2012 Release) 1882-1934
Description: Writes about his trial: "I felt convinced that I should have been tried under 26 Henry VIII until I learned that he had been swept away by "Philip & Mary" into the Limbo of Lost Treasons, dead beyond repeal...". He asks about the various people who attended his trial "Who was that lady who sat near the painter in the Jury box? She was there yesterday too - today she came in late. I thought I knew her face. It was very sad - and I keep trying to remember." He asks Gertrude to thank Lady Ottoline Morrell and Lady Charlotte Graham Toler for their support and says he will write to "Mrs. Ll. Davies" [Moya Llewelyn Davies].
Main Creator: Casement, Roger, 1864-1916
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (4pp.).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,154/12/1 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.