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Title: Sullivan, John to McCarthy, John & Thomas, 1903
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderSullivan, John
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginMiramichi, N.Brunswick, Canada
DestinationLa Crosse, Wisconsin, USA?
RecipientMcCarthy, John & Thomas
Recipient Gendermale
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Partial Date
Doc. Type
Word Count232
Genrefamily, weather
Lower New Castle
Febuey 2, 1903
To Mr John & Thomas McCarthy

My Dir friends your leter Came Some time a go I Should answered Sooner But neglected
[dong Sow] We are glad that you both Got work and are well As thank God this [loves] us all Here at present your Father was out here Last Week all night fine winter Have only [pretey cold very Little Snow] Smelts fishing Is very poor all winter the times are very Dull in the Town Russells Mill is Sawing We Do not now much about Them every thing is the Same as when ye left Here your ant is praying For you both every Day She Would like to see you both Back home and Indeed Sow Would we all we are very Lonsome get the winter in There and come home in the Sumer you Will be able to Nowe what you think about The States and which is the Best country for you to live In? when you get this and get time answer it
Well my Dear Boys I have not much more to rite take care of your Selves and alsow your
Wages we well always Think of you both and pray That God may proteck you From all Danger
I remain respectfuly

John Sulivan
Ples rite Soon as your Antey is always thinking Of you Both