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Title: George Mahood, Baltimore to Robert Love, Petersburg Virginia
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
Filemahood, george/114
SenderMahood, George
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender ReligionProtestant (Methodist?)
OriginBaltimore, Maryland, USA
DestinationPetersburg, Virginia, USA
RecipientLove, Robert
Recipient Gendermale
SourceT 2393/2/19: Presented by Messrs. Heron & Dobson, Solicitors, Banbridge,County Down. #TYPE LET Geo.[George?] Mahood, Balt [Baltimore?], [America?], to Mr Robert Love, Petersburg, Virginia, [America?], 16 April 1821.
ArchivePublic Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9007012
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
Log17:07:1990 TSFS#CREATE created 30:10:1990 CD input
Word Count270
Transcript21A Baltimore April 16th 1821
Mr Robert Love
Your favour of I suppose 13th Inst [Instant?] was received
about half an hour ago. I perceive you have been straightened in even
finding time to furnish me with this list. I would be extremely sorry
you should be subjected to any censure for your attention to my interests
and request you will do anything I may want in such a manner
as to leave no room for suspicion from any quarter. I wrote you last
week Dated 11th perhaps Henry may have s[?]ted your letter if
he entertained any suspicions you can inform me whether you have
received my last or not. I am happy to hear that all is quiet [?]
to SHE= my mind has suffered many things in relation to her, I
feel inclined to go home but I fear she would think hard of it even if
I proposed returning in the fall. I have been lying on the slack rope
here long enough no situation that would be a sufficient inducement
for me to remain here, and unless I can find one of this stamp, I will
much rather decline engaging in a place, where no possible good beyond
a small salary, can arise, There is a vessel now in New York bound
for Belfast and back the ship John Dickinson if I go on I shall
inform you that you may write to me in New York.
You will excuse haste Mr Wm Tuffts is the Bearer and
I had to hurry myself to write this two letters in time -
9 o'clock morning. Farewell my Dear Robert
Geo Mahood
Geo Mahood
Balt [Baltimore?]
April 16 1821
Envelope: Mr Robert Love
fav= Wm Tuffts Esq. Petersburg