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Letter folded & addressed to:

Mr John Pybus Ingledew

1 South Town Cottages

Torquay

 

Postmark:

Newcastle-on-Tyne Ju.7.1855

and Torquay Ju.9.1855

 

Newcastle 7 June 1855

Mr dear John Pybus

I only received yours of the 30th ult. and I assure you I had much pleasure in being told that both you and Margaret are well - I am not disposed to tun back in my offer to take a reassignment of your Articles - being satisfied that you would be as well here as (if not better than) at Torquay during the Summer months - particularly if the weather continues as it has been the last day or two - the wind being steady in the West and the Atmosphere dry and warm - so if you can procure Mr Eastley’s consent & will send me Spts. assignment I will settle them & return the Engrosments for execution by Mr Eastley who can execute in the presence of Margaret and she when in London can probably go before the Master of the Faculties & be sworn to the execution of the Assignt. Of the Notional Articles without incurring the Expense of a Commission - James Temple after being 10 or 14 days at Sunderland is nowhere - he slept at Lovaine Place last night and is engaged in forming business connexions on the Quayside - I saw Mrs Nichol at St Nicholas’ Church last Sunday - she gave me a short account of her sojourning at Torquay - her daughter is still in London had is not quite so well as she wishes her to be - We (Hannah included) are all hearty and well - as I believe you will want some more cash I send you enclosed the dexter halves of two notes for 5 each of the Newcastle branch of the Bank of England and on hearing from you that they have been received I will forward the Sinister halves - at 4 this afternoon I had a message by Telegraph to send down a clerk to Shields, Instructions for 50 summonses having come in this afternoon.

Yours affectionately

Henry Ingledew

P.S. Tell Margaret all is going on rightly & satisfactorily at Lovaine Place