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Title: Mullawney, John to parents, 1847
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderMullawney, John
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationdomestic employee
Sender Religionunknown
OriginSt. John, N.Brunswick, Canada
Recipient Gendermale-female
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Word Count224
Genrecorrespondence, sending money
TranscriptJohn Mullowney Commences to wright afew lines to his Dearly Beloved Father & Mother and Brother Patt and my Dearley Beloved Brother Mick Mullowny till Death Dear father and mother I feell uneasy for not getting an answer to the letter I sent you I went often times to town Expecteng a letter from you and Could Get no answer from you But some of the passenger told me that Sir Robert Gore got the letter and would not Give it untill the other Ships come out But Young thomas Costolow told me that you received the and Andy long and William Unclcs readin in his fathers hous My Dear father and my Dearly Beloved Mother till Death I hope ye will wright to me as soon as possible and I hope with the assistance of God that if will Be able to send you some money which i would have sent it Before this if i had got answer to this letter But I am verry happy to let you know that Mary Margret and me is hired in the one house and will till May next I send my love and Best respect to you father and mother Brothers tell Dear father Direct your letter to Mr. George Ball of Misspeek parish of Port Simions St. Johns New Brunswick British North America.