D/682/119 A letter from Mary Doak, Kinalton to her cousin, Elizabeth Armstrong, Virginia, United States, congratulating her on her marriage, giving family news and commenting on poor weather affecting the crops and on a recent outbreak of influenza: 'This has been a melancholy season in Ireland in many respects there is hardly a family that has not been visited by some disease either more or less and many by death. ...the poor are...in a starving condition. Emigration is going on to a great extent...though you appear to have such a mean opinion of emigrants', 8 May 1837.
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