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This letter was transcribed thanks to the considerable efforts of Wendy Jack. The footnotes were prepared by myself and then verified (and corrected or amplified) by Wendy. Many of the letters are the property of Betty Whiteside and/or Wendy Jack. Any researchers who wish to make further use of them should check with them first.
Sharon Oddie Brown, modified June 8, 2005

6 February 1892

To Mr. Thos McCullagh [1]

Adelaide

Dear Sir

I send you the Rental for 4 years You see Gray [2] has paid none for these years Their tenants have brought them to Court and reduced the rent so much they seem to say we owe them something for the annuity I paid them nothing and I hope to be able to make them pay us [or you] rent as the undertenants we have nothing to do. I have given the matter to Mr. McWilliam [3] and when I have more news I will let you know. [to Mills] I think we cannot make out the Title have you any more Title Deeds if not I cannot see how the Title will be made out I showed him all the papers I have of you and they cannot see how it will be made out. I will ask James [4] if he can give us any help.

Hoping you are all well

Yours truly

M M Rutherford [5]



[1] Thomas MCCULLAGH (1854-1920), born in Ballybay & died in Australia.

[2] E.W. GRAY (?)

[3] McWILLIAM would this be Russell MCWILLIAM? A solicitor in Ballybay?

[4] Probably James MCCULLAGH (see 1894 letter)

[5] M.M. RUTHERFORD land agent in Ballybay

 

 

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