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Title: McMahon Glynn, Patrick to Glynn, Ellen, 1900
ID4436
CollectionPatrick McMahon Glynn_Letters to his family (1874-1927) [Gerald Glynn O'Collins]
Fileglynn/88
Year1900
SenderMcMahon Glynn, Patrick
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationpolitician
Sender Religionunknown
OriginAdelaide, South Australia, Australia
DestinationGort, Co. Galway, Ireland
RecipientGlynn, Ellen
Recipient Genderfemale
Relationshipson-mother
Source
Archive
Doc. No.
Date
Partial Date
Doc. Type
Logunknown
Word Count232
Genrefamily, politics
Note
TranscriptParliament House
26th June 1900

My dear Mother
We are in the midst of the debate on the Address in Reply, the
warmest Point at issue being the conduct of the negotiations with the
Imperial Government on the question for the Retention of the full
Right of Appeal to the Privy Council. One [number] of the Freeman's
Journal came in handy, as I Read the Report of the Remonstrance
of the Irish Bar on the appointment of an English successor
to Lord Morris and Referred to it in a Speech in the House next day.
The baby is getting on well, and is always—as much as a child
can be—in good humor. She has two teeth with a Promise of others.
Mrs. Robert again added to the Population—in this case a girl. The
Bergins have now shifted to Sydney, where the Headquarters of the
Opera Co. are situate[d]. They have weathered financial gales Pretty
well. I have not seen Cissey Glynn for a long time; she may Possibly
go to live with Fanny (Shackell). Mrs. Madden, I think I told you,
is now a Mrs. Gleeson, a Doctor's wife. Tessie Mackay is a semi-
Public singer, anxious to go Home, but I doubt that she will, I find interruption too much for me in Parliament House, so with Love to
all, I am

Your affectionate Son
P. McM. Glynn