Letter from Roger Casement to Gertrude Bannister informing her he is working hard for Ireland and has made allies in Germany, discussing a letter of Agnes Newman's that appeared in the 'Irish Times', the libel action he is taking in New York, asking after Elizabeth Bannister and Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh, and stating "someday we shall meet again",
1915 Mar. 28-29.
|Main Creator:||Casement, Roger, 1864-1916|
Casement refers to Ireland as "the poor old woman". An additional note added at the end of the letter informs her he sends a copy of a letter to "G".
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