Letters from the Glen by Mary Elizabeth Gibney

By Mary Elizabeth Gibney

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For some days back the weather is fine, the crops are all secured in good I shall now go back as far as our market and tell you it was a good one. 3 pounds. condition. So much Monday on Tuesday your Father by the time he had entered the own and in course of an hour or a little more, the whole of the lot was in his purse. His sale of com at Allanmore went off in style. Sold off the one half of the crop which brought upwards of 120 pounds and now I think I have in some measure fulfilled my promise - but here 1 may tell you that John Gruer has not got the Stron and as you kindly enquire about the health of my family I can only say that old Kate is much the same and as when you left young Kate is still improving - and again I thank you for your attention.

I think that is all that has been done in the mamage Ime since you left, at least in Braemar. I believe Peter Mchardy Balloch and Elizabeth Lament Balmoral was married about three weeks since. I must now apprise you of another subject though of a different nature, yet no less important.

The sheep shearing here was last week and a fine week it was and I may safely say you never saw sheep or clips in better condition. We have fine weather at present - the crops are looking well and very promising. I must not omit to convey to you many good wishes from Robbie & Eppie and hopes you will fulfill your promise contained in your last to me - viz - a paper to make him proud I should have felt happy to have seen you here spinning out a long yam and long to write to you. - . enjoying the salutary breezes of our northern climes before she is - to brace the nerves of little Jane supplanted by but August will soon be here & the Sacrament of the Lord's supper the despenced here on Sabbath first we have a fine day - but the rain has a letter is torn not legible - do wand say when you mean to start for surely before the 12"^ Her Ladyship Daughter greets your Majesty according to old observation great kindness not forgetting the while I remain with - much esteem edge of the - yours A 29 and 1*3 ^ a a •is ^^ "* ?

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