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Title: Cousin Josephine (McCarthy?) to McCarthy, John, 1903
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderCousin Josephine (McCarthy?)
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationshop assistant
Sender Religionunknown
OriginWaltham, Mass., USA
DestinationNewcastle, N.Brunswick, Canada
RecipientMcCarthy, John
Recipient Gendermale
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Word Count297
Genregoing to evening school, family news
TranscriptWaltham Mass
[Nov] 15th 1903

My Dear Johney

I answer your kind letter I was glad to hear from you and that you’s were all well as this
leaves us well Johney dear I hope you will excuse me for not writing sooner don’t think that I
have forgotten you for I havenot but I go to evening school three nights aweek and to dancing
school thursday nights so you see I only have two nights to my self and I don’t have time to
write to any one my Sunday’s I don’t count on I am [gowing] to Summer Somerville next Sunday
to spent the day Frank is coming with me he is my cousin I told him what you said he said to
send you his love and that he should like to meet you I told him he should if you ever came to
Boston I am very sorry to hear that Aunt Bridget is not getting better it is to bad poor woman is
Mike there now I am glad that William has lots of straw for his horse he had better save some
of it for young Ned Wallace. How is George and Miss White getting along do you think they will
ever be married I dont think they will how is Winnie I suppose you and she will be the next to
get married remember Johney next year is leep year so you want to be careful as the girls will
ask you to marrey them and you could not have the heart to say no I think I will go down and
perpose to Miley as Jack Wallace would you advise me to or not dont let any one see this letter
burn it as soon as you read it