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Mr John Pybus Ingledew

Messrs Williamson & Co’s

Bedford Row

London

 

Postmarked: Newcastle-on-Tyne 9-Ju-1856 (on penny red stamp)

& on reverse on envelope:

Barras Bridge

10-Ju-1856

 

Newcastle 9 June 1856

My dear John Pybus

It is with a great deal of pleasure that I congratulate you on your so successfully passing you Examination which I understand was a tolerably stiff one - on Wednesday I fancy you will be sworn and sign the Rolls as an Attorney - and on Friday the day after the end of the Term I believe you will be entitled to be sworn as a solicitor - I suppose Edward who I was glad to hear also passed a satisfactory Examination will be sworn at the same time as you - when I sent you the check for 50 I had forgot the Notarial Faculty the Stamp Duty on which is 30 - be so good as enquire of Mr Engleheart the Amount of Fees you have to pay and let me know and I will remit the sum required with Duty for the practising Certificate which will have to be enrolled with the Master of the Faculties - Include everything and you passage down - of course you will call upon and bid good bye to all friends - remembering me to them - It is said that Mr Woodman is to be the new Treasurer - poor Daniel wants another situation - my love to Ann I. & James H.

Yours affectionately

Henry Ingledew