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Dunsink Cottage Castleknock My Dear Patrick I received your welcome letter glad to hear you are well. I was uneasy about you when you were not writing. I thought you were sick but thank God you are alright. I am also pleased you got my two postal orders I sent you, if I had known you had no stamps I would have sent you some. I am sending you here enclosed 2/- postal order and 3 stamps. You are talking about going to Wales to [the] detention camp. When I find out where you are going to, I will go over to see you. Find out all particulars, how I would get over to see you. I suppose I would not know you with your whiskers. I had a letter from May last week and she was telling me that she had a letter from you several times, she also told me she sent you some parcels, she is very kind to you. I will send you on the coffee later on as I was not in town to get it. It was a fortnight since I had a letter from you until I got this one and date your letters when sending them. I hope you are not fretting about me as I am going on splendid. As I told you I was getting some money every week from a committee so I am not too bad. Keep up your poor heart and you will be home sometime. I believe you have got fat the rest will do you good. I have no more to say at present. Hoping to hear from you soon again. Goodbye Dear Patrick From your loving mother K English Don’t forget and let me know if you get this postal order. All at home send you their best love xxx