|Title:||John James Murphy to Martin Murphy, 7 May 1879|
|Collection||Argentina - Murphy|
|Sender||Murphy, John James|
|Sender Occupation||cattle breeder|
|Destination||Haysland, Co. Wexford, Ireland|
|Genre||quick note, illness, summer holiday|
Your note of Monday evening duly to hand, and we felt indeed sorry that poor James Murphy had continued so poorly, but the man that has just now arrived tell me he is all right again. The Doctor say it would be as well that we don't go down till Sunday or Monday. I may drive out to see the calfs tomorrow at Barrintown, so we may be down on next Sunday. We drove to Kilmore on yesterday about a place for the three summer months, as it's more lightsome place than Carn or Bashee. All well, trusting all will get on well there, and remain your Dear Brother,
P.S. Ellen send some little sweets for the chicks.