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Title: Jno. Oakman, Liverpool to "Dear Uncle"
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileOakman, J/1
SenderOakman, John
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationbusinessman
Sender Religion
OriginLiverpool, England
Recipient Gendermale
SourceD 874/9: Presented by T. G. F. Paterson, Esq., Armagh Museum, Armagh
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, N. Ireland
Doc. No.200444
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 01:03:00.
Word Count292
March # from Jack
at Liverpool

Mentioning a Letter
I inclos'd [inclosed?] him that
came from Harry

Dear Uncle Liverpool 31st March 1781
Since my Last I have recd. [received?] your very
obldg [obliging?] favr. [favour?] Incloseing
[inclosing?] one from Harry and I expect before you
Receive this you will have forwarded Another from him
to me As there is a Ship arrived Lately with Dispatches
from N:Y: [New York?] Peter Shusy is very well & Doing
very well I recd. [received?] a Letter [from?] Billy
on my arrival here Davd. [David?] Cove of Cork the
2d Feby. [February?] he had only been ten Days there
at that time & He Informs me his Close [clothes?]
is all [Pledged?] In Cork & requests I will send him
Money to Release them which I shant [shall not?] Do.
He is the old Lad Still. I stay here to the Fall
and then will have a ship of my own to go out in,
there is a vessel to be sold here next month which
I intend to Purchase 1/2 of & send her out. I leave
this town for Staffordshire in a few Days to
Purchase Ware Please to let my Aunt know I will
Purchase Hers there & Perhaps in the Course of
this Summer I will have it in my Power to Help you
mutch [much?] in that Branch if you think it will
answer/ this town at this time is very Dull of
buisness [business?] as there is little or know
[no?] Shipping here I beg you will write me often
& alwais [always?] forward any letters may come for
me the same Day the [they?] Arrive Get Lalors Bill
from Mr. Megough & Inclose it to me I have the
Pleasure to be your sincere
Jno. [John?] Oakman
Direct No 45 Cabel Street