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Title: Nugent, J to poss. John McCarthy, unknown
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderNugent, J
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
Recipientposs. John McCarthy
Recipient Gendermale
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Partial Date
Doc. Type
Word Count299
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there is a fellow lives over in millford his name is John Sullivan he is a fine fellow hunt him up
tell him I sent you to see him his sister keeps hou[cut off] for him I found him a good friend
when I was around Old Town he belongs to St. Margets away back of Chatham. You will be right
in it he is an uncle of Miss Whalens there is a young fellow lives with him he is first C of Miss
Whalen if ever you go down to East [Hampden] you will find another old Bording Boss of mine
his name is James R McKenny any Boddy will tell you where he lives it is about a mile below
Bangor his wife is a nice women and would be only to glad to see you, tell her I sent you down
to let her no I am still in the land of the living there is lots of nice girls there dont forget to go
see her that will be enough for you to find Just now when you find then I will tell a lot moar Mr
John Morman is still lumbering By darn he is going to make a big [ting] this winter They are all
well at your place Mother Kate and Joe sends there best respects to you and Tommy By the
way how is Tommy getting along tell him not to fall in love with some yankey hooker doodle is
as smart as abee this winter Well Jack I will stop my scribbling for this time hoping to hear from
you [soon] [unclear] I remain as ever your old [loving] J. Nugent
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give my best respects to Tommy write soon good bye