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Letter folded and addressed to: Mr. John Pybus Ingledew 1 South Town Cottages Torquay

Stamp: Penny Red

Postmark: Newcastle on Tyne JU 11 1855

 

Newcastle 11 June 1855

My dear John Pybus

On receipt of your letter of the 8th. yesterday I began to suspect that my last letter had miscarried - yours of the 9th. arrived this morning - I now enclose the Sinister halves of the two notes which I hope you will receive safe - You are right in supposing that there need be no Covenants so that the Instruments will be short - As the Mails have been lately accelerated there may be time to get the Engrossments ready for tomorrow night’s post which I will endeavour to accomplish if I receive the Oaths tomorrow evening - The weather for the last few days has been uncommonly fine - The Streets have been crowded today with Ladies in light dresses - I had Mr. & Mrs. Welford And Mr. & Mrs. Hamond to take supper with me last night - Newcastle County Court for June commenced this forenoon - next week comes my turn - Hannah is ordered home ; she has written to Low Abbey to say she will return tomorrow week - I would like her to stay a week longer - Love to Margaret Daggett

Yours affectionately

Henry Ingledew