Letter from John Hall, Irwell Mills to Richard Evans Ludlow 24-Jul-1832
Irwell Mills July 24th 1832
Mr Richard Evans,
You will be
rather surprised to hear that we have
removed to Irwell Mills to the house
adjoining father's. When you come
to Manchester soon and convenience
will not be wanting we had let
the shop and father proposed it.
I think we shall be very comfortable.
The house is large and we are to
ourselved. We left Withy Grove this
day week. I assure you it was a very
agreeable exit. Should be glad to receive
a few lines from you. Our family are
quite well and join in kind remembrance
to you and all friends.
I am sir,
Yours most respectfully,