|Title:||Doorley, Mary Anne to Doorley, Maria, ca. 1878|
|Collection||Oceans of Consolation [D. Fitzpatrick]|
|Sender||Doorley, Mary Anne|
|Origin||Bolton, Lancashire, England?|
|Transcript||[undated fragment, circa 1878]|
. . . His name is Silfester James Moren. He is a Black smith and is
folwing the teraid [following the trade] here. He is 5 yers in this Contary.
They Capt Combing [kept coming] along time. They were not frinds Wen
we rote to last. So When the got thick [intimate] then the got maried all
at once. The are living Wit us ever since.
When We got youar letter and the Pasages Note[?] her and us were
Put out of the rode[?] seen her maried and us to go and lave her Behind
so he said he would go. Then the Boath saved for a week or towo and he
then fell sick and were so a fue weaks so he went to the Post offic[e] and
got all Puctlers [particulars] about going out. But the wonted let him go
under 4 Pounds and 1 Pound for his Bagge so it will take them a great while to save that in time to Be reddey to fill up oure Pebers [papers] up
We think it Better to rite off and you no all Puctlers.