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    St.Stephens, January 31st, 1832

    My Dear Children:
    Trusting in Providence that you are arrived safely in America, before now, and having an opportunity of sending you a letter by a young man named Richards a Miner of Polgooth, I thought you would not think it was too soon to hear from home, and we might as well embrace the present opportunity of writing you a letter. (Richards is going to Quebec) I was at Charlestown the day you started from Fowey, and saw the vessels pass by. I was greatly affected to see you borne off on the wide ocean, separated from your weeping friends, perhaps never to meet all of us again on this side of eternity:



    1832 LETTER FROM JOHN YELLAND TO HIS CHILDREN ALMOND & WILLIAM HODGE YELLAND

    From a transcription by Brian LEAN


    Owner/SourceBrian & Norma Lean
    Linked toAlmond YELLAND; John YELLAND; William Hodge YELLAND

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