|Title:||Charles Duffin, Antrim, to Mrs Ellen Duffin, Broughshane.|
|Collection||Irish Emigration Database|
|Destination||Broughshane, Co. Antrim, N.Ireland|
|Source||T 1252/16: Presented by Miss Duffin, Mount Pleasant, Stranmillis, Belfast. #TYPE LET Charles Duffin, Antrim to Mrs Ellen Duffin, Oakland, Broughshane, August 18 1828.|
|Archive||Public Record Office, N. Ireland|
|Log||16:01:1990 LT created 02:07:1990 JF input 25:07:19|
|Transcript||Antrim 18th August 1828|
I take this opportunity of writing to you. We went to Mr Magill's
meeting house yesterday, where Mr Stewart preached, as Mr Magill went to
Broughshane but we could not get seeing him, as we had to leave it before 2
o clock to go to Moilena [Moylinny], where we dined and drank tea along with
Hugh Carley, and the 2 Hardys.
Please write to some of us very soon and tell us whether the
children are gone or not, and send me a pair of shoes as the ones I am
wearing are in need of mending.
Mrs Carley got a servant last week who used to live with Mrs
J Cuningham [Cunningham?] and I believe Mrs Carley likes her very well.
Adam is now quite well and joins with me in love to you and all at
I am truly your affectionate son