[D8905ADF], Letter from Sherburne Blake Eaton to Thomas Alva Edison, May 13th, 1889


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[D8905ADF], Letter from Sherburne Blake Eaton to Thomas Alva Edison, May 13th, 1889

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Dear Sir: I saw Judge Bradley at Washington yesterday, and as a result of my interview he decided to be in Pittsburg on the 20th. inst. He says he is very tired, and shrinks from sitting in a big case, but may consent to sit if his associates on the Bench at Pittsburg urge him. Dyer is in Pittsburg to-day to answer ready on our behalf for the 20th. inst., or any day thereafter to suit the Court.##I see T. and G. have something to say in the Times and in the World this morning. T. also spoke in the Sun. I am just informed that there was something in yesterday's Mercury, but I have not seen it. However, it was only a brief notice of the case, without any interview.##The Bill of Complaint was noted yesterday in the Tribune, Times, Sun, Press and Journal. The Herald and World apparently did not get it.##I hope you enjoyed the Opera Saturday shoeing, and regret having been obliged to leave you. I sent you some cigars: and matches deliverable at your seats in the Theatre. Very truly yours, S. B. Eaton




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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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