19 May 2010

Irish Famine Letters Sold

A collection of more than 2,000 letters from a Dublin law office files (most dealing with finance) were sold at auction to what is believe an Irish Archive. Many of the letters are between Lords and overseers, but some even come from clergy.

This is what is reported on the Irish Central, website. The article, Famine letter collection bought by Irish archive by Donal Thornton who is a staff writer for Irish Central, appeared in the News section.

The disposition of the letters will be revealed in due course. Those interested in this period of Irish history should stay alert.

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