My dear daughter I mailed my [iteamus] letter to thy mother from Queenstown as I knew wind & waves were treacherous & it was uncertain whether we should arrive in Liverpool in time for the mail. As it has turned out we have plenty - so this will do by way of postscript. We had a lovely sail - on steam - along the Irish Coast to Queenstown. It looks like Beaver Tail on a large scale. The same kind of rocks & hills. Beautiful bays like Mackerel cove - about in the same proportion too ([---mi--1] shone as our steamer would bear to an ordinary river boat. And we had just such a splendid sunset as we often used to have when we were coming in by the Dumplings. I wonder whether you will be just in from such when you get this. We kept on deck till 12 o'clock to see the [-ail] passengers
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