Letter from James O'Connor & Co. to William O'Brien enclosing letters of apology from the 'Workers' Republic' and Little & O' hUadhaigh, (solicitors for 'Liberty Press'), for the publication and printing of allegedly defamatory comments in the 'Workers' Republic',
1923 May 4.
|Main Creator:||James O'Connor and Co., solicitors|
Apologies are in relation to William O'Brien and Thomas Johnson's lawsuit against Liberty Press, printers of the 'Workers' Republic' for libel.
Inscribed on headed paper "James O'Connor & Co. / solicitors / 71 Dame Street, / Dublin".
For enclosed letters see MS 15,694/1 and MS 15,694/2.
Includes stamp "Rec'd 9 May 1923".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).