Letter, re Conway v Rodgers, on Clare Club Ennis headed paper, to John Holohan, Auctioneer, Feakle, dated 21st October, 1900.
Letter, re Conway v Rodgers, on Clare Club Ennis headed paper, to John Holohan, Auctioneer, Feakle, dated 21st October, 1900. Reads: ‘ Dear Sir, I have just been talking on the telephone to Mr Blackall, and so far there is no prospect of a settlement of this case, so we must be prepared to go in on Monday – I any subpaeonas are required will you wire me tomorrow, but I expect there are no witnesses but Conway and yourself – I am sending him a card to (illegible), Scariff. It is a case that ought to be settled as I have said all along, because we were at fault in the beginning in having an insufficient title, and this being so it is doubtful if we can seek (illegible) in a court of equity – However, it may be arranged on Monday before the case is called – Mr Blackall wanted an (illegible), but I said this cannot be granted as we had delayed too long already – Come in early on Monday (signature illegible)
Collection: John Holohan
Category: Communication Equipment