|Title:||Clement Reville to Martin Murphy, 13 February 1870|
|Collection||Argentina - Murphy|
|Origin||Wexford Convent, Ireland|
|Destination||Haysland, Co. Wexford, Ireland|
|Relationship||related in-law through Wm Murphy|
|Genre||change of plans for emigration|
My dear Martin,
I regret to tell you that young Furlong and young Kavanagh will not go to Buenos Ayres now. I believe their friends intend to pay their way in a little time but I but I have done with them for the present.
Young O'Brien was just now with me and he will be ready to start on next Friday from here to Liverpool, so you can send him the necessary papers for his voyage. He tells me if you could give him a Pound to pay his way from B. Ayres to John's place he will pay John by labour afterwards. But if you do not think well of doing it I can manage it for him. I was in Tagoat on Friday with my niece's child funeral, but as Fr. O'Toole was with me I could not call to you. Indeed I did not know till today what young Furlong and Kavanagh intended to do.
With kindest respect to your sister, I remain your ever obliged,