Letter from the Northern Banking Company Limited to Roger Casement, informing him that they will not deal with correspondence in Irish,
1905 Sep. 12.
|Main Creator:||Northern Banking Company|
Their reasoning for refusing correspondence in Irish is that it is not the ordinary language of commercial intercourse and that there is also a risk of forgery due the differences in the formation of the characters.
Letter written on "Northern Banking Company Limited" headed paper and belongs to the "Ballycastle, Co. Antrim" branch.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).