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Title: G H Redmond, New York, to Wm Young [ Ballymena?]
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileRedmond, G. H/12
SenderRedmond, G.H.
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationbusinessman
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNew York, USA
RecipientYoung, William
Recipient Gendermale
Relationshipfriends, business
SourceD1364/1/80: Presented by W.L.Young Esq Drewsteignton, Exeter.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office,N Ireland.
Doc. No.9407019
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 01:07:1994
Word Count211
TranscriptFeby 24/82

Union Club
Fifth Avenue & 21st Street

Dear Millie,
I have received your letter of Feby 4th
Your letter of last Sept I fear I
forgot to answer,but I showed it to the
Kings,and I think I wrote you that Roly
&at I thought we would sell our stock
@ [at] 75c-80c But we have not been able to
get this price! The Moses Taylor party do
not show any desire to buy,& no broker seems
to have any orders for the stock over 60c_65.
I think however as time goes
on that the price may advance as I understand
the N.I. Zinc & Iron Co are getting fair prices
for their products.
As I understand,the Kings [ _ _]?
have your stock with orders to sell it at 84c
I will inform them if I hear of any movement
in the stock,& if they think worthwhile they
may cable you.
The death of Mrs [----] Hays which
took place on [------] will be a great loss
to my uncle ,who, as you know,has been a great
invalid for three years or more,she seems to
have died from disease of the heart,the result
of previous attacks of inflammatory rheumatism.
With much love to all at Fenachy
[ Fenaghy ] I remain
Yours sincerely,
G H Redmond.