Letter from Henry Boyd to William Thomas Filgate, Arthurstown, Ardee.
Discusses payment owed to Henry Boyd for passage of immigrants. Also included is amount owed from Fredrick Foster to Henry Boyd. 2 items Dear Sir, Annexed you will find my account for the emigrants forwarded to N. York on the 2nd inst per ship ‘Siddons’. I also enclose Sir Frederick Fosters account up to the present, you will perceive by it that I had to pay £5-0-0 each for four of his passengers in the Siddons, not being advised of them at the same time that I arranged for yours, I have paid particular attention to Alice & Mary Quinn and have seen them comfortably situated on board. The weather has been very fine since the ship sailed. I have no doubts but she will make a quick passage. Yours truly Henry Boyd