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Title: John [McMullin?], U.S.A. to James Pollexfen, Sligo, Ireland.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileMcMullin, John/71
SenderMcMullin?, John
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
DestinationSligo, Ireland
RecipientPollexfen, James
Recipient Gendermale
SourceT3694: Presented by Mr. A. McMullin, Sligo, Ireland.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9503050
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 10:03:1995.
Word Count274
TranscriptThe nunnery is not in the centre. The new palace for the R. C [Roman Catholic?] Bishops is a little more central and near the Cathedral. It looks like a nunnery a large plain building The Cathedral overshadows dear old St Johns church the protestants allowed the Bishop to push the [cardinal?] houses called, [Holly?] Blest Money ought to be fine [make?] [Miss?] Mrs. Anderson gives which ought to be sufficient for living immediate months but I daresay she helps the women who attends to her sometimes [---?] who I would not care to trust with money Therefore I sent a bit of fresh meet [meat?] & I leave Ellen to buy two good black dresses for [W.?] for years. Ellen said [to?] us there is little difference She can use one for every day the other for Sunday

I wonder who the Globe reporter spoke to in Sligo I hope to reliable people as he has not taken back false views he told me he had also received a letter from you he is very well and his wife is very nice and agreeable You might not [dessert?] the [point?] lot & will be reserved by me for some emergency & for food which needed I have sent her coal just a [quarter?] [---?] at a time
[is?] John & [th---?]

[An invitation is included in the letter?]

The Pleasure and honor of the company of Mr & Mrs James [Pollexfen?] is requested at Grand View the home of the Misses Lillie and Ethel McRobert,
Wednesday evening, December the twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and fifteen.

Cards Music Dancing
London Harpers, E. Cortese and Bros.

Laverne Laughton. Stanley McRobert.