Léirmheasanna: Reviews regular losses, the turbulent politics of the island and of the wider world dur- ing the revolutionary and Napoleonic eras. In general, the Spanish were to be preferred to the French, whether locally or farther afield. What appears most directly and consistently in the correspondence is his concern for his family: his creole wife and several daughters. No less than the male members of the Black affinity, the women had mobile lives. One was dispatched to stay with an uncle and aunt in Ulster; another was sent to New York. A third, having married an army officer originally from the north of Ireland, moved oen. ft This collection differs from others that have been published in the last cou - ple of decades. The documents are not from letter books kept for business pur - poses, such as that of Greg and Cunningham in New York and Belfast, edited by o Th mas M. Truxes (2001), another of the Cork merchant Richard Hare between 1771 and 1772, edited by James O’Shea (2013), and the Bordeaux-Dublin Letters, 1757 (2013). John Black’s story, fragmentary as it is, can be added to the accounts of others of his kindred and
New Hibernia Review – Center for Irish Studies at the University of St. Thomas
Published: Mar 4, 2020
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