[Letter, 1828 Jan. 15, Dublin to his nephew William] [manuscript].,  | Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Letter from Henry Whenham to his nephew William: "My dear William ... Gilchester must have had some difficulty in making choice between the case which looked best & the lock which is best. Which ever has fallen to your lot I trust it may be useful to you. Having heard nothing of your cold since you left Dublin I suppose it is quite well. Give my love to all your brothers, & a kiss to each of your sisters for they could not understand any message. I hope to meet you as you pass thro' Dublin. Your affectionate uncle, Henry Whenham".
Title supplied by cataloger.
Origin: Internal evidence suggests Dublin as place of writing. "Jany 15. 1828".
Former shelf-mark: Uncat. 72 10 (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library).