Letter: Henry D. Read, 17 Upper North Street, Brigton to his uncle [Capt. John Owen]

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LETTER: Henry D. Read, 17 Upper North Street, Brigton to his uncle [Capt. John Owen] thanking him for his letter. He spent six days with his family in London at Christmas and would have liked his uncle to be there instead of being with the Dutchmen. Jane [his wife] was poorly before Christmas. Mary Jane is getting on well. He likes his situation in Brighton but is not quite sure whether he wants to settle in it. Edward is better. His mother, Winnie and Margaret Mary are quite well. His friend, Mr. Lewis, is suffering from heart disease and his wife is also very ill. He feels grieved for them and their seven little children. He enquires about "Aunt". He wishes his uncle a prosperous and happy voyage.

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