|Title:||William Murphy to Martin Murphy, 26 July 1879|
|Collection||Argentina - Murphy|
|Sender Occupation||cattle breeder|
|Origin||San Martin, Salto, Argentina|
|Destination||Haysland, Co. Wexford, Ireland|
|Genre||quick note, progress of his children at school|
As Willie is likely to be with you, he may need some little thing ere he goes back, and although Fr. Barry is very considerate and kind, yet something may escape him. I will also ask you to give me your opinion of him. You think Willie is going on? I have no fears of his advancing if he is only attended to, that is the question. And from the information to Barry received from the College, he is progressing favourably. There one thing, he has not improved in his writing, yet I don't mind that so much. Father Barry seem to say think that he is going on very well. As for the girls, I think they are well looked after, and Maggie is now showing signs of improvement. With kindest love to Margaret from Eliza & myself, and wishing you both long happiness is the wish of your dear
I send you a Standard, please forward it to George.