|Sir Robert Gore Booth Bart., Lessdel.
Noble Sir, St. John's, New Brunswick, Jun 13th
I am happy to inform you
that I Got Clear of My passengers, in Souch a Manner as will giv you pleasure
whin you hear all the particulars Connected with the Voyage. Sir Your Kind acts
at hoam to privint famine and to Elivate the Condition of the Poor is as well
nowen here as in the Town of Sligow, Your Ever Thankful Tennants were Highley
Respected on being landed in this Town the Mayor Town Counsel &c. provided
thim with large House attached to the Publick Buildings where the were lodged
and Kindley threated by the Community in General Every one Vying how could,
Show thim the most Kindness.
I Sent them 28 lbs. Meal flour Bread
&c. to the lodgeing and will continue to furnish thim while I remain in
Port the are Scattering fast I got all the Girls Lady Booth gave in My Charge
good and Respectable Mrs. where the will be Kindley threated. All the Cabin
Passengers are provided for, and the Rest are geting Good Employment Verry
fast, The Honourable John Robertson Mr. Henery's Agent has taken a Verry active
part, in providing for thim, and I Should hoap that before the End of June the
will be all Cumfortable , there Conduct throughout the Voyage and there
Soabriety after landing has Given Mee Much pleasure. The Governor was in Town
whin weearrived and the Health Officers Reaport to the Governor was that Sir
Robert's Passengers or Tennants could not be classed as Common advintururs, or
Emigrants, or his Brothers Ship Classed among the dirty old Emigrant hired
Vessels, as the Cleaness of the Ship the Style of order Kept up the Health and
Cleaness of the Passengers, the Good Diet, the Superior Medicine and the
Supplying of Clean Bead Cloaths The pure Ventilation all combineed to Make her
Superior to Any of her Magesty's Thransports. I Conclude Noble Sir with My best
wishes to Sir Robert, and his perfect Irish Leady and remain your deavoteted
and Most Humble Servant &c.&c.&c.&c.&c.&c.
|MICHAEL DRISCOLL, S.AEolus.