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Title: Roland Redmond, Marine Hotel, England to Willy Young, Ireland
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileRedmond, Roland/31
SenderRedmond, Roland
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationmerchant
Sender Religionunknown
OriginIsle of Wight, England
DestinationCo. Antrim, N.Ireland
RecipientYoung, William
Recipient Gendermale
Relationshipcousins, business
SourceD1364/1/49: Presented by W.L. Young Esq., The Old Rectory, Drewsteigton, Exeter, Devon.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9401039
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 23:02:1994.
Word Count242
TranscriptMarine Hotel
Ventnor 8 March 1877

My dear Willy
Today I have a
few lines from Roly of the 24th ulto;
" Both [Foster?] and chancellor Williamson
lawyers say that the money in this
" Trust Coy [company?] cannot be touched that it is
" virtually out of the hands of the Coy [company?]
" and having been set aside for a specific
" purpose no subsequent judgement against
" the Coy [company?] can affect it. The Patent suit
" with costs & interest represents now a drain
" against the Coy [company?] of $256 M and there are
" $220 M now in the Trust Coy [company?]"
This is all very nice to read but like you
I would just like to see that
Patent Suit settled out of the money
in the Trust Coy [company?].
Not one word about the Taylor
decree!!! Supposing John [Young?]
to be here Roly says, "Please tell him
" that the enquiries about Saml [Samuel?]
" Burnside are being carried on.
" The delay has been caused through the
" loss of an address this I sent yesterday
" and do hope soon to have the desired
" information." Tell friend John all
this no use in my troubling him with
a note or myself to write one -
Weather fine but very cold North East
wind with bits of snow falling every
now and then, of course I have to
remain housed. Love to James &
small people yours faithfully
Rowland Redmond
& W Young Esqs