|Title:||R. Redmond, New York, to W. Redmond, Co Antrim.|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|Destination||Co. Antrim, N.Ireland|
|Source||D 1364/1/25: Presented by W.L. Young Esq., The Old Rectory, Drewsteignton, Exeter, Devon.|
|Archive||The Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.|
|Log||Action By Date Document added by C.R., 02:12:1993.|
To: William Redmond, [Fenaghy?], [Co. Antrim?], [Ireland?].
From: Rowland Redmond, New York, U.S.A.
New York 29th July 1869
As usual I leave my Tin box in your good Care
It contains all my securities in your charge and also a list
of the same -
You will find that I have cut off the Bonds
and placed them with Wm [William?] Redmond Jr [Junior?] for
safe keeping but the coupons I have left with you for collection -
The only exceptions being a Bond of the Union club for $500x
and 5 Bonds of the Troy & Bennington Rail Road which are
payable on 1st January next. 1870 - If these last Bonds
be not only met I am not willing to renew them a second
time at par - so if you think the security good you might
renew them at the price such Bonds would command in the
market which is the usual course -
You will also find in the Box a sealed package of Bonds the
coupons of which I have left with Wm [William?] Redmond Jr
[Junior?] for collection and these you will find particulars of on
You will also find an order on demand on Wetts &
Redmond to pay you the balance of my account with them.
also an envellop [envelope?] containing letters from Wm
[William?] Redmond Jr [Junior?] and Wetts & Redmond -
Please open any letters
addressed to me which you may judge are not private -
If at any time.......