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Title: John Scott, Philadelphia, to John Bradshaw, Belfast, July 1756
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileScott, John/7
SenderScott, John
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationbusinessman
Sender Religionunknown
OriginPhiladelphia, Penn., USA
DestinationBelfast, N.Ireland
RecipientBradshaw, John
Recipient Gendermale
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9309163
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogAction By Date Document added by C. R., 01:09:1993
Word Count213
Mr. John Bradshaw
in Belfast

Mr. John Bradshaw Philadelphia 26th July 1756
Dear Sir I wrote you by the Boyne Capt. [Captain?] Godfrey but as she
was lost cant say if you recd. [received?] it as I never could Learn if
Godfrey saved his Letters, but of no great Consequence do not think it
requires a Coppy [Copy?], by some late [stained] from your place am very
glad to hear [torn] good [stained] friend Mr. Daniel Mussenden was recovered
wk [work?] from the many melancholy accts [accounts?] I had both from
England & Ireland I never expected ____
The trade of this Citty [City?] will now flourish its to be hoped more than
in times of pace provided we get the better of the ffrench on the Contenint
[Continent?] wh [which?] I hope in God we shall_ Gennerall [General?]
Winslow about Eight days ago marched against Crownpoint which is the first
motion our army has made this Campaign, there has been many sch [such?]
[-------?] in all which I think we have the advantage___
Were you to send a few lowpriced Irish Linnens [Linens?] by every
oppertunity [opportunity?] they would answer well & you may expect speedy
returns, pray does Mr. Mussenden pursue bussiness [business?] still ___
I am [------?] Your mt [most?] Humble St [Servant?]
John Scott
(Coppy) [(Copy?]