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Notice of Final Appeal in the case of Rex. v. Roger Casement, H.M. Prison, including letter from George Gavan Duffy to Sir Frederick Edwin Smith, Royal Courts of Justice, regarding the dismissal of the appeal,

1916 July 18.

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In Collection: Roger Casement Papers (2012 Release) 1882-1934
Description: Note on verso of Notice of Final Appeal in Casement's hand about his trial being a farce: "The trial was a farce from start to finish & this "Judgement" of the Bench a judgement to order. I need only point out one reason Mr. Justice Darling gave for discussing the appeal - viz - that I owed allegiance wherever I went - that "he was the King's liege man wherever he went & could violate his allegiance ... abroad as much as at home" This is the doctrine of allegiance but I was tried not on doctrine but by the Statute".
Main Creator: Great Britain. Court of Criminal Appeal
Language: English
Extent: 2 items.
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Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,154/13/2 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.