|Pike, Margaret to O'Brien (n. Greeves), Anne, 1818
|The Transatlantic Letters of an Irish Quaker Family_1818-1877 [B. Jackson]
|Derry Vale, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, N.Ireland
|Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland
|O'Brien (n. Greeves), Anne
|good wishes on her wedding
|Derry Vale, 25/2mo 1815
I am sorry I have not had an opportunity of taking leave of thee, but since it is the case allow me thro this medium to wish William & thee all the happiness which an union of hearts & hands is capable of bestowing. I [send] with this two little shell pincushions. I shall be gratified if thou & thy Sister Mary will kindly accept them as small tokins
of my affection, but not measuring it... which are so trifling, I am ashamed to present them.
A parcel is Co be sent with this, which it will much oblige Wm Garratt & me if you will take charge of to Dublin. My part of it is small. But I am afraid Wm has increased [it] to a size that will be inconvenient to you along with all your own things.
Please remember my Wm. & me affectionately to Mary & Daniel, & also to Mary Sinton, & Mary Haughton, & with kind salutation to thy beloved, I remain
thy affectionate Cousin