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Title: R. Redmond, Isle of Wight, to William Young, Belfast.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileRedmond, Roland/32
SenderRedmond, Roland
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationmerchant
Sender Religionunknown
OriginIsle of Wight, England
DestinationCo. Antrim, N.Ireland
RecipientYoung, William
Recipient Gendermale
Relationshipcousins, business
SourceD 1364/I/51a: Presented by W.L. Young Esq., The Old Rectory, Drewsteignton, Exeter, Devon.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9510181
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
LogDocument added by LT, 26:10:95.
Word Count213
TranscriptWilliam Young

Marine Hotel
Ventnor 20 Mch 1877

My dear Willy
I have yours of
the 14th and 17th last. I have not
had anything from Roly since the
letter you read. I don't know the
meaning of "led [lead?] oxide in chemical
Combination". I hope the next letter
will not pass through the "office" without
your reading it. If the new funded
5% will give the principal back
its maturity and 4«% Interest I should
say it would be well to invest [May's?] money
in it. If land turn up afterwards
you can sell out. I think [Alexander?]
has no other meaning in his letters
to you than calling your attention
to such & such land on sale with the
hope of you making a satisfactory
As to New York city Bonds on stock
I think them first rate, I beleive
the Central Park would sell for more
than pay the whole debt big as it
is, at sametime it is [disgusting?] to
[Bond Holding?] to see such wilful [waste?]
in the management of the city, and
so far there is no appearance of a
sessation [cessation?] in the recklessness.
the weather is again very [severe?] cold
N East winds with bits of snow flying
about I don't like- Glad to hear that
Jane is so well- Yours faithfully
Rowland Redmond