The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 57
19 and 21 O'Connell Street, Sydney, January 7, 1885
January 7, 1885.
Dear Sir,—In reply to your request, I am glad to be able to say that I think anyone visiting New Zealand, America, and Europe under your guidance will be very fortunate. You are well acquainted with these countries, and competent to make the tour agreeable and interesting.page 20
I have known you since your first visit to the Colonies, now nearly fifteen years, and from time to time have had you in my employment.
You have recently been in America and Europe, and since you have been in N. S. Wales have filled an important position in my establishment, which you resigned in consequence of domestic affairs. I shall be happy to supply any particulars as to your ability, family, or financial position, personally or through my Manager, Mr. O'Keefe, to the parents or friends of anyone who accompanies you.—Wishing you success, yours truly,
M. M. Irving,Esq., Sydney.