date(s):
1837-1887
type(s):
Documentary Artifacts; Collection
A0968 Magill, Ellen Papers Inventory of Ellen Magill Papers A0968 EAD by Jaime Bourassa using ArchivesSpace Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center 2017 225 S. Skinker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105 archives@mohistory.org URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2018-09-27 06:37:11 -0500 . English Describing Archives: A Content Standard English Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center Ellen Magill Papers Britton, J.H. Gates, R.J. Goss, Adeline Harper, A.J. M. Julia, Sister Rose, L.E. Smith, M.E. Sullivan, C.H. Sullivan, Elizabeth Sullivan, S.E.B. Union and Kansas Pacific Express A0968 0.5 Cubic Feet (137 items) 1837-1887 Processing Information Processed by Melissa Pruneau, March 1999. Donor Information The collection was donated by Mrs. Francis L. Deane on July 29, 1975. Biographical Sketch Ellen Rose Magill, the daughter of Dr. Samuel and Rebecca Magill, was born circa 1834 in Missouri and died March 27, 1920. She lived in Florissant all her life. She died in the Old Folks Home located at 6600 Washington Avenue in St. Louis, and was buried at Fee Fee Cemetery at 11210 St. Charles Rock Road. Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of letters written to Ellen Magill from family and friends, which mostly discuss family and local news regarding Florissant, St. Louis, and Mexico, Missouri. The collection also contains correspondence relating to a cousin, Lucy Sullivan, whose account at St. Vincent’s Institution was paid for by Ellen and Jane Magill; receipts for items and money sent to St. Vincent’s Institution; and an account book from a Florissant grocery store, dated 1877. Arrangement The collection is in chronological order. Conditions Governing Access The collection is open for research use. Conditions Governing Use For permission to publish, quote from, or reproduce material in this collection, please contact the Archives Reference Desk at archives@mohistory.org . Copyright restrictions may apply. The researcher assumes full responsibility for comforming to the laws of copyright. Physical and Technical Requirements There are no physical or technical restrictions. Preferred Citation Ellen Magill Papers, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis. Asylums -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Colorado -- Gold discoveries Cuba -- Description and travel Families -- Missouri Grocers -- Missouri -- Florissant Mentally ill women -- Care -- Missouri -- Saint Louis Missouri -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 Magill, Ellen Rose, circa 1834-1920 Magill, Jane St. Vincent's Institution for the Insane Sullivan, Lucy Letter signed C. Sullivan, St. Louis, to Elizabeth Sullivan, discusses family members and recent travel. (3 pages) 1837 Sept 10 1 1 Letter signed C. Sullivan, Quincy, Illinois, to Elizabeth Sullivan, discusses family members and travel plans. (3 pages) 1837 Dec 8 1 1 Letter signed Cornelia Richardson, Rushville, Illinois, to Elizabeth Sullivan, discusses her marriage, the death of Cousin Ellen, and family members. (2 pages) 1838 May 24 1 1 Letter signed May Dunlap, Burlington, Iowa, to Elizabeth Sullivan, discusses her marriage, her new baby, and family members. (3 pages) 1842 Dec 2 1 1 Letter signed Susan Sullivan, Louisville, Kentucky, to David Thomas, discusses mutual friends and inquires about information Mr. Thomas is to get regarding Ms. Hay. (2 pages) 1845 Mar 24 1 1 Letter signed Betsy B. Sullivan, Pleasant Grove, to Susan Sullivan, discusses family members, acquiring proof of Betsy’s marriage, and financial matters. (3 pages) 1845 Apr 25 1 1 Letter signed R.J. Gates, Louisville, Kentucky, to Susan Sullivan, discusses a recent visit, callers who missed her, and family members. (2 pages) 1845 May 11 1 1 Letter signed Liz Richards, St. Louis, to Aunt Susan Sullivan, discusses travel plans, family matters, and the price at which beef is selling. (2 pages) 1847 Apr 18 1 1 Letter signed R.J. Gates, Louisville, Kentucky, to Susan Sullivan, discusses the leasing of lots and the interment of Captain Chambers. (2 pages) 1849 Aug 27 1 1 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Louis, to Ellen Magill, discusses marriages, Judge Farrar’s re-election, Dr. Smith to be superintendent of the asylum, and family news. (4 pages) [ca. 1850] Nov 8 1 1 Letter signed Henry S. Cauthorne, Vincennes, Indiana, to Susan Sullivan, discusses the need to prove her marriage to Daniel Sullivan, his death, and the commencement of a suit on her behalf for a dower. (1 page) 1850 Nov 30 1 1 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Louis, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses friends and family and describes bonnets. (2 pages) ca. 1855 1 1 Letter signed C.H. Sullivan, Quincy, Illinois, to Elizabeth Sullivan, Pleasant Grove, discusses family members, plans for travel, and a wedding. (3 pages) 1857 Sept 26 1 1 Letter signed Susan Hays, Manchester, to Ellen Magill, invitation to her wedding. (1 page) 1858 Mar 10 1 2 Letter signed Adeline Goss, St. Louis, St. Vincent’s Academy, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses marriages, family, and friends. (4 pages) 1859 Jan 21 1 2 Letter signed Maggie M. Wherry, “The Wigwam,” Boonville, to Mrs. Sullivan, discusses the scarcity of beaux. (2 pages) 1859 July 4 1 2 Letter signed S.E.B. Sullivan, Florissant, to niece, discusses carnival, news of the boys in Denver looking for gold, and Dan Sickles restoring his wife to her former position. (4 pages) 1859 July 27 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill to Ellen Magill, discusses relatives looking for gold around Pike’s Peak and local news. (4 pages) 1859 Aug 21 1 2 Letter signed Adeline Goss, Florissant, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses community news and the construction of Brand’s new store. (4 pages) 1859 Aug 27 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ellen Magill, Mexico, Missouri, discusses social activities, wedding, friends, and the destruction of the Mullanphy house. (2 pages) 1859 Sept 19 1 2 Letter signed Elizabeth Sullivan to niece, discusses family and friends. (4 pages) 1859 Oct 1 1 2 Letter signed Elizabeth Sullivan to Ella, discusses family members and friends. (2 pages) 1859 Oct 19 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ellen Magill, discusses the Barret-Blair congressional campaign, a parade, the Wide-Awakes, and local news. (4 pages) 1860 Aug 1 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ellen Magill, discusses social calls, family news, and some children in town dying of brain-fever. (3 pages) 1860 Aug 2 1 2 Letter signed Elizabeth B. Sullivan to Ella, discusses the purchase of the Costello farm, Wherry-Scott case, and election activities. (4 pages) 1860 Aug 5 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella, discusses local news and hotel fire. (2 pages) 1860 Aug 12 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ellen Magill, Mexico, Missouri, discusses news of friends, family, and lack of rain. (4 pages) 1860 Aug 19 1 2 Letter signed Elizabeth B. Sullivan, Apple Grove, to nieces, discusses family news. (3 pages) 1860 Sept 11 1 2 Letter signed Ella Magill, Audrain County, to aunt, discusses family members, friends, Captain Harper’s speech to the Prince of Wales, and travel plans. (4 pages) 1860 Sept 21 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill to Ella, discusses her health and family members. (2 pages) 1860 Sept 23 1 2 Letter signed Rebecca Sullivan to nieces, discusses Lucy’s illness, marriages, and Ellen Martin’s Academy. (2 pages) [ca. 1860] Sept 27 1 2 Letter signed Elizabeth Sullivan to nieces, discusses grandma’s illness and family. (4 pages) [ca. 1860] Sept 28 1 2 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella Magill, Mexico, Missouri, discusses family members, Judge Bowlin’s canvassing for president, and crops. (4 pages) 1860 Oct 28 1 2 Letter signed A.J. Harper to Jane, discusses preservation of the union, an invitation to visit, and family news. (2 pages) ca. 1862 1 3 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella, discusses New Year’s activities, organization of a police force, curfew, and an eclipse. (6 pages) 1862 Jan 1 1 3 Letter signed Jane Magill to Ella, discusses social activities, weather, and the burning of Dr. Walker’s Negro cabins. (4 pages) 1862 Jan 19 1 3 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella, discusses the scarcity of paper and the abolishment of the pass system. (2 pages) 1862 Jan 26 1 3 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Ferdinand, to Ella, discusses relatives and friends at Pike’s Peak and marriages. (4 pages) 1862 June 16 1 3 Letter signed L.E.R., Audrain County, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses the abuse of the church by soldiers, order regarding flags over all public buildings, marriages, food shortages, Judge Harrison running for legislature, and Lackland running for judge. (6 pages) 1862 Oct 27 1 3 Letter of Ellen Magill, Audrain County, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses Christmas Eve activities and plans for a New Year’s party. (4 pages) 1862 Dec 24 1 3 Letter signed E.B. Sullivan, St. Louis County, to Ella Magill, discusses high prices, family members, and friends. (4 pages) 1863 Mar 1 1 3 Letter signed L.E.R., Audrain County, to Ellen, discusses grandma’s health, high prices, and plans for a visit. (4 pages) ca. 1863 June 1 3 Letter signed L.E. Rose, Audrain County, to Ella, discusses grandma’s health and news of friends. (6 pages) 1863 Sept 17 1 3 Letter signed M. Milburn, Fort Madison, Iowa, to Ella, discusses the death of Betsy Sullivan and Canderburgh to Griswold College. (3 pages) [1863 Oct 18] 1 3 Letter signed L.E. Rose, Audrain County, to Ella, discusses grandma’s worsening health. (1 page) ca. 1864 1 3 Letter signed L.E. Rose to Ella, discusses grandma’s health, scarcity of wood, and social calls. (4 pages) 1864 Jan 10 1 3 Letter signed L.E. Rose to Ella, discusses grandma’s health and social calls. (3 pages) 1864 May 12 1 3 Letter signed L.E. Rose to Ella, discusses the health of grandma and father and news of friends. (4 pages) 1864 May 21 1 3 Letter signed E.H. Rose, Mexico, Missouri, to Captain Harper, discusses arrangements for the upcoming visit of Mrs. Sullivan. (1 page) 1864 June 25 1 3 Letter signed Ella to Ellen, discusses births, local news, lack of letters, and the new post office at Baden. (2 pages) ca. 1865 1 3 Letter signed Jane Magill, Audrain County, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses the suffering of the women in Southern states to supply their army. (3 pages) 1865 June 12 1 3 Letter signed Ella, Florissant, to Ellen, discusses marriages, family members, and scarcity of stamps. (3 pages) 1865 Nov 5 1 3 Letter signed Ella, St. Louis, to Ellen, discusses social activities, marriages, and local news. (3 pages) 1865 Nov 26 1 3 Letter signed Ella, near Ferguson Depot, to Ellen, discusses friends, family members, and the medicine man. (3 pages) 1865 Dec 9 1 3 Letter signed Ella, Ferguson Depot, to Ellen, discusses family members, her birthday, and the auction of their belongings. (3 pages) 1865 Dec 31 1 3 Letter signed Ella to Ellen, discusses New Year’s activities, burning of Menke’s Hotel, and plans to leave town. (2 pages) 1866 Jan 1 1 3 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella, discusses going to school at the convent and local news. (3 pages) 1866 Feb 5 1 3 Letter signed Ellen Magill, St. Louis, to Ellen, discusses President Johnson in the papers, local news, deaths, and the weather. (3 pages) 1866 Apr 28 1 3 Letter signed Ellen Magill, St. Louis County, to Ellen, discusses deaths, news of Will in Pike’s Peak, and the weather. (3 pages) 1866 June 7 1 3 Letter signed Ella Magill, St. Louis, to Ellen, discusses marriages, illnesses, deaths, social activities, and local news. (3 pages) 1866 Oct 4 1 3 Letter signed Ella and Nannie Walker, St. Louis County, to Ellen, discusses plans to visit and marriages. (4 pages) 1867 Jan 15 1 4 Letter signed Ellen Magill to Ellen, discusses the weather and illness. (3 pages) 1867 Jan 18 1 4 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella, discusses illness, setting up housekeeping, and church news. (4 pages) 1867 Feb 22 1 4 Letter signed W.H. Lee, Mexico, Missouri, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses an offer for a teaching position. (2 pages) 1867 Sept 24 1 4 Letter signed L. Walker, St. Louis, to Ella, discusses friends and plans for a visit. (2 pages) 1867 Nov 15 1 4 Letter signed A.J. Harper, Ferguson, to Ellen, discusses her trip to Cuba and news of family and friends. (2 pages) [ca. 1868] Jan 9 1 4 Letter signed Maria, St. Louis, to Ellen, discusses her health and city life. (4 pages) 1868 Jan 19 1 4 Letter signed Jane, St. Joseph, to Ellen, discusses life in St. Joseph, social activities, and friends. (4 pages) 1868 Feb 3 1 4 Letter signed A.J. Harper, Desengano, to Ellen, discusses the education of Andrew, activities in Cuba, and plans to visit Havana. (6 pages) 1868 Feb 20 1 4 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella, discusses meeting of city council to decide about the railroad and street lights, deaths, and plans for a telegraph. (4 pages) 1868 Mar 1 1 4 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Joseph, to Ella, discusses the sending of some photos and a wealthy widower. (4 pages) [1868] Mar 5 1 4 Letter signed A.J. Harper, Hazelridge, to Ellen, discusses her trip from Cuba, plans to visit, and Jane’s joining the Episcopal church. (4 pages) [ca. 1868] Apr 28 1 4 Letter signed A.J. Harper, Ferguson, to Ellen, discusses family and friends. (2 pages) [ca. 1868] Dec 13 1 4 Letter signed Mary and Willie, St. Joseph, to Ella and note of Jane Magill to Ella, discuss social activities in St. Joseph. (4 pages) 1869 Jan 12 1 4 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella, discusses life in Mexico, marriages, babies, and new banks. (2 pages) 1869 Mar 28 1 4 Letter signed A. Bright, Audrain County, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses the offer of a teaching position. (2 pages) 1869 Apr 5 1 4 Letter signed Ellen Rose, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella [Magill], discusses improvements to the house. (4 pages) [1869] Apr 11 1 4 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ellen, discusses new styles, local news, and a hairpiece. (4 pages) 1869 Apr 16 1 4 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Louis, to Ella Magill, Mexico, Missouri, discusses family news. (2 pages) [1870] Nov 11 1 4 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses friends, dresses, and an invitation to visit. (4 pages) 1871 Feb 5 1 5 Letter signed Ellen Rose, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella, discusses weddings, a divorce, deaths, and local news. (4 pages) 1871 Oct 30 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses sickness in the community, Methodist meeting, and deaths. (4 pages) 1871 Nov 24 1 5 Letter signed Ella Rose to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses lawsuits filed against the Sullivan estate and weddings. (4 pages) 1872 Jan 1 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella, discusses plans to go to the St. Louis Fair, local news, and many deaths of children. (4 pages) 1872 Sept 28 1 5 Letter signed Adaline, Bridgeton, to Ellen, Florissant, discusses smallpox in Florissant, beaux, family, and local news. (3 pages) 1873 Feb 15 1 5 Letter signed Ellen Magill, Florissant, to Cousin Mary, discusses sickness, deaths, plans for a railway from Florissant to St. Louis, and a wedding. (3 pages) 1873 Mar 5 1 5 Letter signed M.E. Smith, Fulton, Missouri, to Ellen, discusses plans to visit. (4 pages) 1873 May 16 1 5 Letter signed M.E. Smith, State Asylum, Missouri, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses cholera in St. Louis, improvements to the asylum, and details of a trip. (4 pages) 1873 July 15 1 5 Letter signed L.E.R., Audrain County, to Ellen [Magill], discusses news of friends and family. (4 pages) 1874 Apr 22 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ella, discusses weddings and social activities. (2 pages) 1875 July 18 1 5 Letter signed M.E. Smith, Fulton, Missouri, to Ellen, discusses family news, Andrew going to Kemper School, deaths, and Luther as bookkeeper of the asylum. (2 pages) 1875 Dec 16 1 5 Letter signed M.E. Smith, Fulton, Missouri, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses invitation to visit and other visitors. (4 pages) 1876 Aug 20 1 5 Account book of Ellen and Jane Magill with Chas. Griese, dry goods and grocery store, Florissant. (21 pages) 1877 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ellen, Florissant, discusses family news and plans for a visit. (4 pages) 1877 May 13 1 5 Bill of St. Vincent’s Institution to Ellen Magill for the care of Lucy Sullivan. (1 page) 1879 Mar 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, discusses Lucy’s need for clothing and the status of her account. (1 page) 1879 Mar 18 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt for payment and request to settle her account. (1 page) 1879 May 15 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt for payment on her account. (1 page) 1879 Aug 15 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1879 Sept 18 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt for payment on her account. (1 page) 1879 Sept 19 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Mexico, Missouri, to Ellen, Florissant, discusses a recent visit, weddings, and family news. (3 pages) 1879 Oct 30 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1879 Nov 11 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt for payment on her account. (1 page) 1879 Nov 12 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1880 Jan 5 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1880 Jan 29 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1880 Mar 13 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt of payment for her account. (1 page) 1880 Mar 15 1 5 Bill of St. Vincent’s Institution to Ellen Magill for the care of Lucy Sullivan. (1 page) 1880 July 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1880 Oct 28 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt of payment for her account. (1 page) 1880 Dec 11 1 5 Letter signed J.H. Britton, National Bank of the State of Missouri, St. Louis, to Ellen Magill, discusses money she will get from Arthur J. Harper’s estate. (1 page) 1881 Feb 10 1 5 Letter signed J.H. Britton, National Bank of the State of Missouri, St. Louis, to Ellen Magill, discusses the money she will get from the estate of Arthur J. Harper. (1 page) 1881 Feb 15 1 5 Union and Kansas Pacific Express receipt for Ellen Magill for currency sent to Madam Maria Julia, St. Vincent’s Insane Asylum, St. Louis. (1 page) 1881 Feb 26 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, receipt of payment for her account. (1 page) 1881 Feb 28 1 5 Letter signed Sister M. Julia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, discusses the need to transfer Lucy to the State [city] Asylum due to the poor status of the account. (2 pages) 1881 Dec 13 1 5 Letter signed Sister Rosalia, St. Vincent’s Institution, to Ellen Magill, discusses Lucy’s clothing. (1 page) 1882 Mar 4 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, St. Louis, to Ella Magill, Florissant, discusses marriages and local news. (2 pages) 1883 Jan 7 1 5 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Louis, to Ella, discusses her work at St. Vincent’s. (2 pages) 1883 Dec 20 1 5 Letter signed Ellen to Ella, discusses city life, illness, and plans to move. (2 pages) 1884 Jan 1 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Estill, to Ella, discusses a job offer she is passing on. (1 page) 1884 Jan 6 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, Estill, Howard County, to Ella, discusses fires in Mexico, Missouri, and a teaching job in Kansas. (2 pages) 1884 July 13 1 5 Letter signed Ellen, St. Louis, to Ella, discusses bad living conditions for a teacher in Kansas and election excitement. (4 pages) [1884] Nov 9 1 5 Letter signed L.E. Rose, St. Louis, to Ellen, discusses the Grant procession, news of her job and family, and local news. (4 pages) 1885 Aug 29 1 5 Letter signed L.E. Rose, St. Louis, to Ellen Magill, Florissant, discusses going to the exposition, Gilmore Band, and family news. (2 pages) 1885 Sept 27 1 5 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Louis, to Ella, discusses Dr. Outten and Dr. Walker’s plans to build a private hospital and news of friends. (4 pages) 1887 Jan 15 1 5 Letter signed Jane Magill, St. Louis, to Ella, discusses St. Patrick’s Day parade and that St. Louis did not get the convention this year. (4 pages) 1887 Mar 17 1 5 Receipt of St. Vincent’s Institution to E. Magill and E. Rose, includes the funeral expenses of Lucy Sullivan. (1 page) 1887 June 17 1 5 Letter signed M.F. Smith, St. Louis, to Ellen, discusses an invitation to visit. (2 pages) No year Jan 8 1 6 Letter signed Jane Magill, Florissant, to Ella, discusses a funeral at College Church and local news. (2 pages) No year Feb 27 1 6 Letter signed E. Sullivan, Ferguson Depot, to Ella, discusses illness of Ma and plans for the 4th of July. (4 pages) No year July 3 1 6 Letter signed Jane Magill, Audrain County, to Ella, discusses the exposition, social activities, and local news. (7 pages) No year July 5 1 6 Letter signed Jane Magill, Audrain County, to Ella, St. Louis, discusses local news and deaths. (3 pages) No year July 27 1 6 Letter signed A.J. Harper, Hazelridge, to Ellen, discusses family members and plans for a visit. (2 pages) No year Aug 12 1 6 Letter signed A.J. Harper to Ellen, discusses plans for a visit. (2 pages) No year Nov 23 1 6 Letter to Mr. G. Gates, Louisville, Kentucky, discusses land deals. (2 pages) No date 1 6 Letter signed A.J. Harper to Ellen Magill, discusses an invitation to visit. (2 pages) No date 1 6 Manuscript verses titled “A Dress of the Queen” and “To the Blessed Virgin.” (2 pages) No date 1 6