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The Martin Family of Newcastle County Down

Letters found in a wall

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Letter 33

Mount Pottinger

Saturday evening

My Dear Aunt,

Father has not been out of his own room since Uncle left this. He has still a very bad coff but is better otherwise. Annie and Maggie left this on Thursday for Mon- -Sallagh - Aunt Catherine had a letter from Kate today. She was in Downpatrick with Ann Davidson on Thursday seeing the judge.

I have not got anything to tell you about in this letter. I will write soon again and let you know how Father is. I hope Uncles cold is better and that you are quite well. Hoping to see you at Mount Pottinger when Annie goes home.

I remain in haste

your affectionate niece

Annie Joyce

P.S. I expect Annie will come up and get her Carda de Visite taken before she goes home - excuse this writing as I am in a hurry.