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Title: Samuel Neale, Dublin, To Thomas Greer, Dungannon, Co Tyrone
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileNeale, Samuel/49
SenderNeale, Samuel
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender ReligionQuaker
OriginDublin, Ireland
DestinationDungannon, Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland
RecipientGreer, Thomas
Recipient Gendermale
SourceD1044/369: Deposited by the late Captain U. McG. Greer
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
Doc. No.9503178
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 23:03:1995.
Word Count303
TranscriptTo: Thos [Thomas?] Greer
Dublin the 14th 5 mo [Month?] 1773
Dr frd [Dear friend?]
Thy going out of town so abrupt prevented my recg
[receiving?] what subscription the frds [friends?] of your Province
proposed for the assistance of W H's Widow & Children my intention
has been frustrated repecting it as I proposed remitting it through
the Channell [Channel?] of A Balfour Vessell [Vessel?] it had been
rather to [too?] long protracted but as I Conferred with W: Nevill
he informed me pretty much as those did that he thought there would
be 20 Guineas to be added from you if thou thinks it proper to give
it to my care I shall do the needful & Bill on S & JM [Samuel & John
Morton?] will do at 21 or 31 Days sight: or send it to Jn. [John?]
Pemberton of Philadelphia thy self for their use: as I propose being
home to our Quarterly Meetg [Meeting?] a letter will be acceptable
to know thy Determination or if thou answers with silence as thou
did my last I shall send what I have Collected without longer delay
And wth [with?] Dr [Dear?] love to thee thy Wife & Children
Concludes thy Affectionate frd [friend?] Saml. [Samuel?] Neale
I believe I shant [shall not] leave town untill
[until?] after First day please to remember me to Dr Robt [Robert?]
Willis whose return to the North will be unexpected to thee as it
was to himself: & Yet I hope in the Counsel of truth: it was a deep
baptism the like many has partook of & others yet will in future
services the [they?] may have to pass through
Jno [John?] Runnet says the
Two Pieces Linen sold by
Jno [John?] Canavan @ 12d per yard
are his brothers & that they
were sail'd [sailed?] by Denis Fox
of [Clonfeale?] & County Tyrone