|McMahon Glynn, Patrick to Glynn, Robert, 1924
|Patrick McMahon Glynn: Letters to his family (1874-1927) [Gerald Glynn O'Collins]
|McMahon Glynn, Patrick
|Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
|14th April, 1924.
My dear Robert
I have sudden pressure from Frank Glynn and send you a copy
of the letter I sent to him, and one to his father. I have written to
both recently four or five times and told Frank to be most cautious
about the land. I sent him a fortnight ago £15 as he alleged that he
had to inspect suddenly. Subsequently £500 came from his father.
I have sent today, therefore, £150 rather than take the risk of loss of
application if made. It is extremely difficult to know what is going on.
I was up at Kapunda on Saturday there being a special meeting
there. I met a great number of old friends from the Burra as well as
Kapunda. I hope Liz and yourself are well also the family. In haste,
Your affectionate brother
[P. McM. Glynn]