[D8954ABI], Letter from Henry W Seely to Richard Nott Dyer, March 12th, 1889


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[D8954ABI], Letter from Henry W Seely to Richard Nott Dyer, March 12th, 1889

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[This is an enclosure from the previous entry, D8954ABH] My dear Dick I am going to Washn tonight to oppose some motions and look after other matters Shall return on the [Eagle?] Limited tomorrow--Wednesday afternoon.##Lowrey & Griffin are moving for ten days more time in the Pittsburgh case. Lowrey says has has been putting in three fourths of his time on the case. I was in Johnsons office today when he received a letter from Mr. Seward informing him of the fact that a case is about coming up before Judge Wallace involving the point of expiration of foreign patents by failure to work and recommending that the Light Co. should help argue it. Johnson at once sent the letter to Lowrey which was rather shabby to Seward I think Lowrey is getting up an opinion on the effectof the Canadian decision for the Light Co. Griffin who knows about the case in his district says no one can get at it except Seward as they may get left by turnding it over to Lowrey.





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