Manuscript letterbook of John Arabin, Dublin,
|Summary:||The letters are mainly of a business nature, and are addressed to people in Ireland, Britain and continental Europe (mainly France). |
The letters are in English and French.
|Notes:||The volume contains copies of Arabin's letters to clients, and others, some of whom are family members. There are 146 numbered pages and an index to the letters at the beginning. At the end of the volume is a second index entitled 'An account of letters wrote the copy of which are not incerted in this book'. This second index is written on 19 pages and covers the period 1729 to 1734. |
John Arabin, a solicitor working in Dublin, was a Huguenot originally from Portarlington.
Physical description: 1 volume.
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