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Title: Robert Love, Liverpool, to Robert Love, Virginia
CollectionIrish Emigration Database
Filelove, robert (uncle)/122
SenderLove, Robert
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationworks for a merchant
Sender Religionunknown
OriginLiverpool, England
DestinationPetersburg, Virginia, USA
RecipientLove, Robert
Recipient Gendermale
SourceT2393/2/25: Presented by Messrs Heron & Dobson, Banbridge, Co.Down
ArchiveThe Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
Doc. No.9503190
Partial Date
Doc. TypeLET
Word Count565
TranscriptTo: Mr Robert Love
care of
Messers Peters & Tufts

Postmark: Baltimore
Jan 2

My Dr [Dear?] Robert L,pool [Liverpool?]
16th September 1821
With pleasure I did receve [receive?]
your letter and glad to hear that you were
well and in good spirits, long may you injoy [enjoy?]
every blesing [blessing?] that this world can aford
[afford?], I forwarded your letter to your father and has
got a letter from him since in which he lets me know that he
and family are all well, in this you will find a letter
adreast [addressed?] to you from Ireland that came with your
fathers to me I hope you will get them safe, and write by
returns of ship to me and let me know all you can about
trade in your part of the world, and if you have got that
[prize?] in the lottry [lottery?] yet and if you still keep
in vew [view?] your coming to England when you leave that
place, I have got a letter from your Aunt Cox in which she
requestes [requests?] me to say that she would be very happy
to see you at winsor to stop for some time and that if you
went by France you could land at Dover which would not be
far from Winsor. I supose [suppose?] you know her adress
[address?] it is this Kings [Kennel?], Sunning Hill, Barks
[Barkshire?] England, this would be on your way coming home.
I and my family are well your unckle [uncle?] Henry is well
and family, I have nothing particular to inform you of but
what you have hard [heard?] the King hase [has?] payd [paid?]
a visit to old Ireland and while there the Queen took bad
and is buried in Brunswick with her father and brother the
King hase [has?] been, receved [received?] with the most
wonderfull [wonderful?] joy and gladness by the people of
Ireland in general it has don [done?] a wonderfull
[wonderful?] good to trade in Ireland since he went and he
means to hold his court in Dublin every 3 years and the
[they?] are about erecting a new palace for him there as
Londoners has forgot the respect that is due to the Soverign
[Sovereign?] and parlament [parliament?] for some time past
and some thinks that the Parlament [Parliament?]
Will hold in Edinborough [Edinburgh?] in its turn with
Dublin and London the King is gon [gone?] to
Germany on a visit there where he is to stop for a few
days only, and then return by way of Paris to
England, I was glad to know by your letter that you had
formid [formed?] such agreeable acquaintances at
Petersburg long may you injoy [enjoy?] the blessing of
a virtuous acquaintance, and prize it highly when gone
[home?] its for it is worth thousands of gold and silver
your Grandfather is still on foot and lives at the
Castle at Tandragee, your Cuson [cousin?] Robert Love
is growing a fine youth, My John is going to a place
to morow [tomorrow?] as an aprentice [apprentice?] to
a couinting [counting?] house I was not looking for the
place, but the gentlemen fancied him from the Caractor
[character?] he had of John you would hardly know John or
Jane now the [they?] are so much grown now. My Wife with
them joyos [joyous?] [Mc?] in love to you and wishing
you every happiness
I remain your loving and
Affectionate Unckle [uncle?] till Death
R. Love
Write soon by next ship