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II.vi.4.h. Correspondence of Richard Smyth,

1847-1849.

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In Collection: Holroyd-Smyth Family Papers, 1618-1965
Description: Contains legal and personal correspondence. Includes letters relating to tenants, rents and legal cases. Letters from Smyth's agent in Limerick, William Cleary, regarding the difficulty in serving writs on Smyth's tenants and the danger to Cleary's family. Letters from Joseph Lindsay Curtis about Great Southern and Western Railway Company's line extension in Limerick and the marriage settlement of Smyth's daughter Charlotte Mary to Charles William Moore [5th Earl of MountCashell] as well as letters conerning legal proceudres for serving writs on tenants and legal costs. Letters from tenants about the railway extensions in Limerick including David Tracy, stating that 'the railway engineers have entered my lands and are inclined to carry out the works...'. Letters concerning John Hannan's land in Garrynoe, a list of tenants to be served with writs in Gibbonstown and Ballycullane and a letter from Edward Hannan about his brother's illness. Also contains letters from Gertrude, Lady Dinorben [née Gertrude Smyth] about paying interest on a loan of their brother John Rowland Smyth. Letters from Smyth's agent at Ballynatray, John G. Adams, concerning estate matters.

Correspondents include Joseph Lindsay Curtis, John Hannan, Michael Roche, William Cleary, W.H. Parker, Barrington and Sons, David Tracy, Thomas Hayden, John G. Adams, Timothy Roche, Gertrude Smyth [Lady Dinorben], James Fitzpatrick, Pattrick Clifford, Provincial Bank of Ireland, J.B. Poer, John B. Rosborough, Legacy Duty Department, James W. Cleary.
Main Creator: Smyth, Richard 1796-1858
Created: 1847-1849.
Language: English
Extent: c.125 items, 9 folders.
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,518/89/8 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Copyright owned by the National Library of Ireland