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Title: Thomas Greeves, Dungannon to William Peebles, Dublin
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileGreeves, Thomas/185
SenderGreeves, Thomas
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationlawyer? Banker?
Sender Religionunknown
OriginDungannon, Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland
DestinationDublin, Ireland
RecipientPeebles, William
Recipient Gendermale
SourceD593/32: Presented by Lt. Col. Greeves, Conway Street Belfast
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
Doc. No.9502194
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 15:02:1995.
Word Count253
TranscriptDungannon 2nd Mo. [Month?] 17th 1837
Wm. [William?] Peebles
Respected Friend
When Saml [Samuel?] Knox was
paying the 3rd dividend out of J K Harrington's property on
account of the legatees of the late James Heather he
deducted œ6. 0: 4 1/2 out of it for a Bill of Cost thou had
against Jas [James?] Heather Junr. [Junior?] of Montreal the
administrator under whom I am acting by power of attorney,
by a letter I now have from J H (James Heather objects to
this account) he [-----] him not to be due this am [amount?]
he mentions having paid them not only for what was done, but
what necessarily would have to be done on acct [account?] of
Thomas C Wakefields property when he would be gone to
America & further that there were stamps to be cancelled,
which he was [----?] the amount of, that he never did - of
course these things I know nothing of, but merely let them
know that I may
James Heather objects to this acct. [account?]
the particulars of which I furnished him - he mentions that
he settled every charge thou made against him respecting J C
Wakefield, purchases in persona of his brother William
Levern paid them for what was to be done, on that business
after he left the country besides paying for stamps [----]
been to be cancelled, they amount of which was to be paid to
whoever he would authorize but he never let it -
Waiting thy reply am respectfully
thy serv [servant?]
Thomas Greeves