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Title: Hamilton Young, New York, to "Dear Sir", Ireland.
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
FileYoung, Hamilton/43
SenderYoung, Hamilton
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationgoods trader
Sender Religionunknown
OriginNew York, USA
DestinationBelfast, N.Ireland
RecipientCampbell, John
Recipient Gendermale
Relationshipbusiness, friends
SourceD 729/22: Presented by Miss Duffin, Mount Pleasant, Stranmillis,Belfast.
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland.
Doc. No.9604021
Partial Date
Doc. TypeEMG
LogDocument added by LT, 04:04:96.
Word Count240
TranscriptMr John Campbell New York 19 June 1787
Dear Sir
I have the pleasure of yr [your?] favor 7
Feby [February?] & realy [really?] hold myself obligd
[obliged?] to you for the very friendly attention you
have paid my sisters the Box & ceg [keg?] come
very safe to [hand?] I am making every exercion
[exertion?] to come & see you but you have not
a conception of the trouble here to collect
in effects, this State the last Sessions struck
of [off?] ten years Interest from the land of all
those without the lines during the war
& the principal to be discharged in three
yearly Instalments, the first of which
is to be made the first May next this
is realy [really?] a hard case. I have
not a Doubt of your friendship & many others in
your place therefore wish how soon I can
make my appearance with propriety
among you upon Mr Sadlers return
matters must come to an [issue?], this be
assured of I want only what is right
Trade never as more at a Stand in this
part of the World There is much talk here that
the Convention at Philada [Philadelphia?] will
alter the const [constitution?] of the Union the
[pris?]! one not having energy sufft [sufficient?]
I am much of your opinion with regard to the Barrons
plan. I suppose his [Pearsers?] is large by the
Undertaking with best respects to all friends
Belfast HY [Hamilton?] [Young?]