|The Robert Kewley Letter||September 30 1800||To see his wife and family|
|The Patton Letter||Undated but watermarked||Bonnyglen Estate|
|The Jos Kincaid Letter||December 27 1816||Dean of Raphoe`s Oakfield|
|The Dean Allott Letter||February 22 1816||Map of his Demesne|
|The David Lister Letter||March 17 1807||Increase in Rent Rolls|
|The Charles Amedee Harcourt Letter (Harcourt was appointed Quarter- master -general in Ireland and was employed in carrying out an extensive military survey of Ireland. )||Undated but watermarked 1807||Lough Swilly Sketch|
|The Alex Hume Letter||June 3 1819||Searching for a map|
|The Thomas Elliott Letter||September 14 1814||Calculations (Elliott was architect of St Macartins’ Cathedral Enniskillen)|
|The Robert Murdoch Letter||December 29 1819||Maps|
|The Leahy and Blaquiere Letter 1||May 15 1800||Accounts|
|The Leahy and Blaquiere Letter 2||July 28 1801||Accounts|
|The Memorial of Gabriel Montgomery||Undated but watermarked 1798||A request to Earl of Carhampton|
|The Lieutenant Colonel French Letter (containing reference to Colonel Littlehales Dublin)||February 18 1813||An acknowledgement|
|The Cochran Letter||February 21 1816||Meeting at Dougherty`s Inn Killygordon|
|The Robert Montgomery Letter||Undated but watermarked||Engagement to dinner|
|The Gardiner Letters.|
(Series of 8 letters from Drumilly and Loughgall in County Armagh).
All the correspondence contains dates and/or paper watermarks. Refer to the dictionary of national biography for W N Gardiner.
|1799/1800||1) The Pass at Newtownstewart.
2) Progress of the Survey.
3) The Hearth Money Line Difficulties.
4) How far forward is the plans?
5) References and a request to continue the map for Lord Cornwallis.
7) Advantages to be gained.
8) A favourable disposition.
|Reverend Dean Allott of Raphoe (friend of Admiral Nelson)||1817|
|Leahy and Blaquiere||1800|
|Leahy and Blaquiere Dublin Castle|
(Reference to Colonel Littlehales)
|Charles Amedees Harcourt (French emigree)||1804|