Letter from Frederick Foster, Whitehall Yard to Henry Boyd.
Discussing how many immigrants to send to Liverpool for passage to New York. Dear Sir, I am going to trouble you again about my emigrants & hope you will excuse me for changing my mind. They seem generally to prefer going to New York owing to the shorter passage and if you can tell me when you could send about 20 of them, I will have them sent the day before to Liverpool or if you prefer to have ten of them at a time that will suit me as well ten would be ready about the 22nd inst - if that would suit. Yours truly Frederick Foster