|Title:||L.N.Southworth, New York, to Joshua Peel, Armagh.|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|File||Southworth, L. N/33|
|Origin||Utica, New York, USA|
|Recipient||Joshua Peel & Son|
|Source||D889/7/1: Deposited By Messrs Joshua Peel and Son, Solicitors, Armagh.|
|Archive||The Public Record Office, N.Ireland.|
|Log||Document added by LT, 30:04:01.|
|Transcript||Utica, N. Y., May 26, 1904.|
Messrs. Joshua A. Peel & Son,
Re. FRANCIS McKEON.
Your letter of May 16th just received. Also
enclosures. I note that you ask to have Mr. McKoen's
[McKeon's?] affidavit made before the British Consul or
Vice-consul. Can it not be executed the same as your
power of attorney? In that case it was executed before
a notary public, the clerk of the court's certificate was
attached and it was sent to a British Consul for his
certificate. If that can be done in this case, kindly
give me specific directions as to what is to be done by
the consul. If it can be done, this way, I should prefer
it as it would cost at least $25.00 to have it made before
a British consul. As to the other affidavit or affidavits
we make, do you want those executed in the same way?
Kindly answer at once, and in the meantime, I will have
everything in readiness so that there will be no delay
after I hear from you.
L. N. Southworth.
Dic. L. N. S.