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1) 25th August 1909 Postmark Comber to Mrs. H. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Would you readress any letters for me ? Distillery coy? Comber get here safe, hope to see you Sat. Yours truly John Rigby?
2) 5th November 1909 Postmark Lisburn to Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Grannie is keeping a little better, and I am dying myself with a cold I have got so you may think my Mother's hands are full nursing both of us. Hope this to find you well. I remain yours L. C.

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1) 30th March 1910 Postmark Ballsbridge to Mr. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Harry, Hope you had a jolly Easter. Min
2) 4th June 1910 Postmark Kilmacolm to Mr. Thos. Morton, c/o Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - 4/6/10  Dear Father, Having a high old time of it here. Sorry you could not get, lovely weather, Yours Lizzie
3) 22nd June 1910 Postmark Glasgow to Mr. Thos. Morton, c/o Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Tom, I thank you for your P.C. and glad to hear you have plenty of work. My father told me to let you know the Clerk got married today. (Me next) I have got a chance to start in Millers on Monday as I like. we are having very wet weather here at present. Hoping this finds you enjoying a good health, as we are all well. Tell Mrs. Morgan & Harry I send my best wishes to both. Yours Wm. Adison
4) 25th June 1910 Postmark Kilmacolm to Mr. Thos. Morton, c/o Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Father, I am spending the day here with Sunday School Trip, excuse me not writing sooner. Your son William
5) 8th July 1910 Postmark Comber to Mrs. J. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Mr. J. Murdoch, High Street, Cumber July 7th 1910 Mrs. Morgan, Dear Friend, I have got started to work hear, and I am likeing the place all right, tell Harry I was sooking for him, & I will not be up on Sat. Your Friend, T. Morton
6) 13th July 1910 Postmark Dublin to Mr. H. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having a fine time, & Beautiful Weather. Minnie. Will send your Mother a P.C. to let her know when I will be back.
7) 16th July 1910 Postmark Dublin to Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Will be back Saturday train due about 9 p.m. Minnie
8) 3rd August 1910 Postmark Comber to Mrs. J. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Comber, August 3rd, 1910 Mrs. Morgan, Dear Friend, I received your P.C. and was sorry to hear that you were unwell, hope you are keeping all right now. I was comeing up last Sat., but it was so wet hear, I will be up on Sat. first if all goes well, I am geting on all right at Comber and plenty of work to do. Remember me to Harry & Miss Adams from your Friend. T. Morton
9) 12th August 1910 Postmark Londonderry to Mr. John Dickson, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - haveing a good time here from M. G.

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1) 20th August 1910 Postmark Stranraer to Miss Smyth, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - with kind regards Jane
2) 7th September 1910 Postmark Belfast 'Royal Avenue, Belfast -  This is one of the most popular forms of Amusement in Belfast, come here and do likewise' to Mr. J. Dickson, 33 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - When the golden corn is shining & you heart from cares is free, when on distant friends you are thinking of, will you sometimes think of me. From an old friend, Sally McCrum & H.(?) (Ha Ha you)
3) 25th September 1910 Postmark Bushmills 'Willie's Point Rocks, Portballintrae' to Mrs. J. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Mr. W. Hallidays, Main Street. Bushmills, Sept. 25th 1910. Mrs. Morgan, You will be wondering why I did not write you sooner, I thought I would wait and hear where I was going. So I am landed hear, tell Mrs. Smyth & Harry I was asking for them, from your friend T. Morton
4) 12th October 1910 Postmark Belfast to Mr. John Dickson, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - I had a heart and it was true, it flew from me and went to you, So it keep it well for you have two & I have none. from A & Suffering duck
5) 13th October 1910 Postmark Cookstown to Mrs. J. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Cousin, I am sorry I have gave you the trouble of looking for the wool, you needn't send it now as I have got it. J. Reid
6) 3rd November 1910 Postmark Belfast to Mr. J. Dickson, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Some to you have written, Some to you may write, But there's none who loves your letter, Than the one who writes tonight. From floury hands
7) 2nd December 1910 Postmark Rathfriland to Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Morgan, I hope ??????? Mercy, Mercer.....?

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1) 1st February 1911 Postmark Newry(?) to Mrs. Morgan, 44 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Dont right again as I am leaving here. See you soon. Yrs. Mercy? Mercer? Mary?
2) 7th March 1911 Postmark Belfast 'Railway Station & Masonic Hall, Whiteabbey, Belfast' to Mr. J. Dickson, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Tuesday. Got home safe on Sunday night, I hope you got home in time, this is a lovely day, no more, from J. C.
3) 11th July 1911 Postmark Ballynahinch to Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Donard View Cottage, ? Hinds?  Having a nice time, hoping you are all well, with kind regards E. M.
4) 14th July 1911 Postmark Dublin to Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having Beautiful weather here. Will be back on Monday about 9 p.m.  M. S. ?
5) 7th September 1911 Postmark Exchange P.O. Liverpool(?) to Samuel Agnew, Esq., 7 College Street, Belfast - Dear S. Just a card to say I arrived at L.Pool safe. Hoping to find all well, will write to all later, Joseph Eid?
6) 19th September 1911 Postmark Newtownards to Mrs. Morgan, 33 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Morgan, I will not be with you this week as my Mother is very ill, you may expect me next Monday all being well. I will let you know, from yours truly, H. M. ??????

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1) 6th June 1912 Postmark Newcastle to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Madam, having a good time going to Maggie's Leap, from Jim

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1) 11th June 1913 Postmark Portrush to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Having a grand time at Portrush. Lovely weather. from Jim
2) 30th June 1913 Postmark Bangor 'Main Street, Bangor' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - 91 Ballymagee Street, Bangor. Dear Aunt Jane, Hoping Harry & you are well. we are enjoying ourselves here, (Lizzie cough is ever so much better) the people see a change in me already. Thinking long to see you. With love From Lizzie
3) 10th July 1913 Postmark Lisburn 'Just a line from Lisburn' to Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast, City - Dear Mrs. Morgan, these were all caught out of the Lagan. Don't be losing the key for I will be home on Sat. early. Your ever lasting friend, Mary Stewart. All fresh mind and eat some. Bangor next week.

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1) 11th July 1913 Postmark Bangor to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Don't forget we will meet you on Saturday morning, there is a train at 5 minutes to 9 o'clock, hoping you will manage to come, Yours truly. Maggie
2) 13th July 1913 Postmark Bangor to Miss (Snout) Sarah Gilmour, 31 Distillery Street, Belfast - This fellow would have been safer up the Lagan this evg. Yours, ?? The fellow you would not dance with in the Carlton
3) 16th July 1913 Postmark Bangor 'The Esplanade, Bangor, Co. Down' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Mother, Having a good time. Hope you are well. Uncle John is expecting you on Sunday. Harry
4) 18th July 1913 Postmark Bangor 'Seacliff Road, Bangor, Co. Down' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Mother, We have arranged to stop until after dinner on Sat. Expect to be home about 5 o'c. Have a big feed ready. Harry
5) 25th August 1913 Postmark Scarborough to Mr. E. Storey, care of Mrs. Camon, 118 Western Street, Swansea, Wales - 18 West Bank, Scarborough 24.8.13  I am enjoying myself very much. I am staying until Saturday, had splendid weather, like ?????? very much. S. Storey?

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1) 10th June 1914 Postmark Portrush 'Portrush from S. The view here is lovely' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Having a good time down here. Splendid weather for young ducks. From Jim
2) 27th June 1914 Postmark Larne Harbour, Co. Antrim to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - We are having glourious weather here. M. E.

1) 24th June 1915 Postmark Newcastle 'Newcastle' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Fine day here but stormy. I wish you were here as it is very nice. Harry
 

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1) 7th July 1915 Postmark Bangor 'Pickie, Bangor, Co. Down' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Lizzie. Dear Aunt Jane, We are getting on well here. I am a good deal better since I came down. Hoping you and Harry are well and will be down on Monday
2) 11th July 1915 Postmark Seaford, Sussex to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Harry, Just a few lines to let you know I am still here. You need not send about the photos unless you like, they will turn up sometime I think. Of you have one of the p & they are any good you might get doz. taken of it for me & I will see you again. I hope you will enjoy the 12 July, I don't think we will see much of it here. From Jim L?
3) 11th July 1915 Postmark Seaford, Sussex to Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear M., Just a few lines in answer to your letter. I received the money alright & sent you over some more. I suppose it had not arrived before you posted your letter, hoping you receive the order for 10/-. I wouldn't have sent for 5/- only I did not expect to get paid till yesterday (Sat) but it is alright. You would just be surprised to know how much money you can spend over here. Weather is just bad enough. From Jim
4) 19th July 1915 Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. Morgan (Grocer) 43 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - 12 Haylynn Street, Whiteinch, Glasgow Arrived safe, notice the dwelling houses on top of these shops, hope your Alexander is keeping allright, remember me to all the neighbours. M. Carr
5)  21st July 1915 Postmark Seaford, Sussex to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear M. Just a few lines to let you know I am still in Seaford & hoping you are well, also Harry & Elleanor & glad to know you enjoyed your holidays. Tell Jane & the neighbours I was asking for them, also your friends on Ormeau Road & your lodge. Did Harry see Joe Magowan if he is not away, tell him he might write to me, all at present, From Jim
6) 25th July 1915 Postmark Brighton 'The Marine Palace Pier, Brighton, (By Night) The Grandest Pier in the World' to Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear M., A few lines to let you know that I am in Brighton for a day (Sunday), am enjoying myself well, every day here is the same. Music Halls and Shops are all open, would not think it was Sunday. It is the nicest place I was ever in, wishing I was stationed here. You will see by the P.C. what it is like. Jim

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1) 2nd August 1915 Postmark Seaford, Sussex to Mr. Harry Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear H., A few lines in answer to your letter. Am in a hurry at present but will write a letter later on. Your photo is very good, do you think you could get mine from Clara Gilmore & get some taken off it as I want a few here. I got mine taken over here with Johnny but tore them up, no good, see & do that for me.
2) 16th August 1915 Dear Jim, Just a P.C. in answer to your kind & ever welcome letter, hoping this finds you well as this leaves me the same. Do you ever hear any word from Hampie now as regards my photo. I got them taken so if they turn out good I will send one along. I hope you will excuse this as I am in a hurry, but I will write you a long letter later on. I think you will not forget to pay me a visit when you come home, glad to hear you like Seaford alright, hope to hear from you soon. 2 Third Avenue, Strandtown. from your old friend May
3) 18th August 1915 Postmark Bangor 'The Girls' Home of Rest, Bangor, Co. Down' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Wednesday. Dear Mrs. Morgan, I am getting on splendid down here, will be home on Sat. all being well. With kind regards E. J. M.
4) 28th August 1915 Postmark Belfast to Cpl. J. Campbell, A.S.C. Butchery Section, Blatchington Camp, Seaford, Sussex - Dear Jim, Just a P.C. in answer to yours, which I received alwright and am sorry I did not answer it sooner. I have left the Burlingtons and wee Tillie told me to tell you she was asking for you. From Jennie to ???
5) 30th August 1915 Postmark Seaford, Sussex to Mr. Harry Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Harry, A few lines to let you know I am still at Seaford but can't say how long it will be, so do not write till I send you word for I may not be here. Hoping all are well. From Jim your chum
6) 30th August 1915. 416 Ards ?(?) - Dear Jim, Just a line, I was speaking to Walter & he told me you were very ill. I hope this card will find you a lot better. I hope you received my letter alright, when you are able hurry up and write me a long letter. I am beginning to think you are keeping bad hours but I hope not. I believe Hampie is coming home on Friday, I am sure he will not be Jolly, is there any more word of you getting your leave yet. I think this all, hope this finds you well, write soon soon soon. From your sincere friend May
7) 20th October 1915 Postmark Army P.O. 2 to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - 19th October 1915 Dear M. I write you these few lines to let you know I have removed from Havre & am still travelling while writing this but does not know where we are bound for, we are lying at a station all day but we'll be going on, am not sure of address but this one will find me. Cpl. J. Campbell, 060277 A.S.C. 170 Depot, Unit of Supply B.E.F., France

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1) 5th June 1916 Postmark London to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear M. & Harry, A few lines to let you know I have arrived safely in London this morning (Sat.) but am sorry to say I have to stick here till 8 on Sunday morning. I have been travelling a lot today as I had my tea & supper in a friend of G. Greigs. Harry knows him. Jim
2) 6th December 1916 Postmark Aldershot 'Church of England Soldiers' and Sailors' Institute, Aldershot.  Flashlight view of Games Room' to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Harry, A few lines to let you know I arrived in Aldershot safely & am keeping A. 1. as for the place I do not like it, would rather be in France. I have heard nothing further of going away but if so I will write you. I will not ask you to write to me for a day or so for some of our chaps have left here. Jim. I have not receive parcel yet.

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1) 10th April 1917 Postmark Folkestone to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, off Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - 10.4.17 Dear M. & H., A P.C. to let you know I have arrived at Folkestone & am sailing for France in a few hours time. I will write & let you know as soon as possible when I have got a proper address, that will not be for a few days, so don't be anxious if you do not hear from me soon. I left Grantham Monday night, arrived hear Tuesday morning 6 o'clock, we were over sever hours coming down. Jim
2) July 1917 Postmark Bangor to Mr. Morgan, Bumpers Camp, c/o Mr. Millar, Forthill, Ballycarry - Dear Harry, Got the P.C. to-day, the two Miss Lough & myself will be going in the five to one train on Saturday all being well, it is raining here today, it is rotten, the organ is still going but we can't afford better, excuse scribble, May
3) 12th July 1917 Postmark Whitehead 'Co. Antrim Yacht Club & Whitehead' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 12/7/17 Dear Mother. Arrived all right and having a fine time. Harry
4) 13th July 1917 Postmark Ballymena to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Mount Street 13/7/17 Dear Mrs. Morgan, I am enjoying myself immensely. Hope you are well as I am the same. L. Agnew
5) 14th July 1917 Postmark ? to Mr. H. Morgan, c/o Mrs. Millar, Forthill, Ballycarry - 13/7/17 Dear Harry, Received P.C. & many thanks, see & have a good time, its will for you has another week, our time is up on Monday. Best love, From Edie
6) 23rd July 1917 Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - 12 Haylynn Street, Whiteinch, Glasgow - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Sorry I had not time to see you again, just caught day light boat Sat, the last one onboard, but we had our tickets early in the morning. Maggie Corr

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1) 3rd August 1917 Postmark Claremorris? to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Claremorris. Dear Harry, I will be spending the week end here and as you see by other side I am busy but it is only my mind as this is a desperately quiet place. W. P.S. I received your letter this morning in Castlebar.
2) 25th August 1917 Postmarks Lurgan & Belfast to Mr. Morgan, 45 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Ireland - Having a ripping time, From Maggie
3) 3rd September 1917 Postmark Largs, Ayrshire to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - c/o McFarlane, 21 Bath Street, Largs. Sorry I did not see you when in Belfast. My sister has taken a house here for a fortnight. I am here for a few days now and will be back next week end. I was very sorry to hear about J. Campbell. With kindest regards, J. Caldwell
4) 15th November 1917 Postmark Lurgan? to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Harry, Having a good time, will be home for Tuesday perhaps. May
5) 27th November 1917 Postmark Aberdeen to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Just a P.C. to let you see part of this place, sorry have no photos at present, send on one later. Matt. B.
6) 12th December 1917 Postmark Northern P.O. Glasgow to Mr. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - c/o Mrs. Beatty, 14? Crichton, Springton. Dear Harry, Just a line to let you know I received your P.C. I think it is your turn to write me a letter. ? Tell William I was asking for him. It's nice to get up these mornings. Be at Connsbrook at 7.30
7) 26th December 1917 Postmark Strandtown, Co. Down to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Harry, Just a line to asked you is Dick Patterson home on leave & I got a Card & Belfast Post mark. I sent you a letter & looking out for an answer. I wish you a very Happy Christmas, bet you have to work. N.(?) ? May maybe? Will you let me know if you heard anything at the ? or ? ? ?

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1) 6th January 1918 Postmark Lurgan 'A Night Attack in Lurgan' to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Harry, I am having a great time, the weather here is very good. I suppose you are enjoying yourself alright. I am a bit wet today as I went out a walk last night & was very near Belfast, it was some walk. I will be going home on the half seven train leaving here, so far will see by the ? what time it should ? all now. M. W.
2) 14th January 1918 Postmark Northern P.O. Glasgow to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road. Belfast, Ireland - Dear Harry, Just a P.C. to let you know I arrived safe but had a terrible night crossing. I won't ? it again until Easter after Saturday night. We are having a lot of snow here for Jan, just home from a pantomime, it was the best one I have ever seen, hoping to hear from you soon, have to start work. ? ? M? M?
3) 21st June 1918 Postmark London S.W. to Mr. H. Morgan, 40 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - Many thanks for card, am expecting to finish next week but don't think I will be over for some time as I have got a berth being kept open, bad weather for the river still. I'm too busy for anything, remember me to all. Am feeling fine now. Goodbye, be a good B?? yours Dick
4) 6th July 1918 Postmark Dublin to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Spent to day in Kingston. Having a good time, weather fine. W.
5) 13th July 1918 Postmark Ahoghill to Mr. H. Morgan, c/o Millar, Forthill, Ballycarry - Dear H. Received your P.C. Hoping you are having a good time. We were at the field yesterday, had a good day. With kind regard Edie
6) 17th July 1918 Postmark Ballycarry Station, Belfast to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - We are still sta??? it having a few showers. I see the McKisacks are in Whitehead. I hope you are keeping well. Harry

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1) 18th July 1918 Postmark ? 'It's just struck me that I ought to let you know that I am having a bumping time at Bangor' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Enjoying myself well here, weather is very good, yours Mrs. McD.
2) 19th July 1918 Postmark Bangor? to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Aunt Jane, I am well and am enjoying myself grand. Hope Harry & yourself are well. Hope the weather is good at home as it is not very good here & there were thunder & lightning yesterday. Love to you Lizzie xxxxx
3) 22nd July 1918 Postmark Glasgow to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, (Grocer) Belfast, Ireland - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Arrived safe, we were on the boat from 12.30 noon on Sat. till 4 o'clock on Sun. morn. Hope this finds you & Harry well. from Maggie Corr(?)

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1) 15th August 1918 Postmark Portrush to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Harry, Arrived here, weather fairly good. Hope you enjoyed ramble all right. See that you enjoy yourself on Saturday. Has S. found out about the P.C. yet. Will
2) 19th August 1918 Postmark Rothesay to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Harry, I am spending the week end here. It is very wet just now. Next week will be my last week end here, likely for this year. Hope you are keeping well and I would like to hear from you soon. You kno0w my address in Glasgow. J. Caldwell
3) August 1918 Postmark Howth to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Harry, Spending this Saturday evening here. Weather fine. If you were here we could have a good time. W.
4) 19th August 1918 Postmark Portrush to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Portrush 19/9/18? Dear H., It gave me quite a shock to see you looking so well on Saturday. It was such a surprise. I will have to keep a eye on you in future. A well wisher
5) December 1918 Postmark ? to Mrs. Morgan, Grocer, 40 Distillery Street, Belfast, Ireland - Dear Mrs. Morgan, Just a line. I don't think you forget me. Uncle Henry and I are out on our holidays rather long ones. Hoping this finds you & Harry well. Charley Corr
6) 1918 To Sister Martha, Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Bright Happy New Year 1918 - From Chas.

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1) 18th January 1919 Postmark to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Harry, I am spending the weekend in this lovely place. The weather here is very cold. I was in Galway on Monday. It is a fine old place. Hoping you are well. Kindest regards to your mother & yourself. Will
2) 22nd April 1919 Postmark Lurgan to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Lurgan. Having a great time down here, this is as good as Bangor any day. I hope you are having a great time to, such beautiful weather. Had a P.C. from Dick, he is in Russia now. M.?
3) 3rd July 1919 Postmark Killin? to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Just after passing this place, having a great time, see & enjoy your holiday. Cis & Jim
4) 8th July 1919 Postmark Kill??? to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Spending the day here, the weather could not be better, hope you are well. Best wishes, Cis & Jim
5) 10th July 1919 Postmark Belfast to Mr. H. Morgan, c/o Mrs. Millar, Forth Hill, Ballycarry - 29 Haypark Avenue, Belfast 9-7-19 Thanks v. much for P.C. I had to close my eyes to think who it was from. We are frightfully busy here & very tired, but just two days more & then a good rest for a fortnight. Enjoy yourself L. C.(?) Mrs. White was round this week - !!!
6) 16th July 1919 Postmark Lurgan to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Dear Harry, Having a great time, hope you are enjoying yourself, not very good weather here, I hope you did not forget the P.C. this time. M.
7) 16th July 1919 Postmark Ballycarry Station, Belfast to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Thanks for parcel, it arrived in good time. still having a good time and fine weather. Hope you are keeping all right.  Harry
8) 17th July 1919 Postmark Luton to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Harry, I left London this morning, and I will likely spend the coming week end in Belfast. I suppose you will be home when this reaches you. Will

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1) 8th August 1919 Postmark ? 'Ladies' Bathing Place, Bangor' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - c/o Mrs. Weir(?), Lorne Cottages, Craigavad. Just a P.C. to know if Harry & you would come down & spend the day with us on Sunday week. These people will be away & I will have the house to myself, there is only one train in the morning so come early. Best love Cis. Tell Harry to write & let me know but be sure to come as you will enjoy it. Cis
 
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1) 26th August 1919 Postmark Grangemouth to Mr. Harry Morgan, 35 Distillery Street, Belfast - We are having a great time crossing to-night (Tuesday) Billy
2) 30th August 1919 Postmark Bangor 'The Pickie, Bangor' to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having a good time. M.
3) 16th October 1919 Postmark Armagh to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Hope to be home on Friday about 5.15, have a good spread ready. Harry
4) 5th November 1919 Postmark ? to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - There does not seem to be any beauty spots in M-felt, at any rate they have no views. I am getting on fairly well, it is a little rainy here but not too bad. Harry
5) 1919 Postmark Belfast to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, City - Dear Harry, Hope you have quite recovered from the - Yours ever
6) 1919 'Sandy Row, Belfast' to Cpl. Jim Campbell, 060277 A.S.C. Butchery Section, Blatchington Camp, Seaford, Sussex, England - Dear Jim, I am sending you this P.C. to you to remind you of Dear Old Sandy Row. You can see the shop and my father crossing the road. I hope you are keeping well. Yours Willie Mercer

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1) 28th May 1920 Postmark Leices? to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 27/5/20 Dear Harry, I arrived here after a very pleasant crossing. I am going to Leicester tomorrow but cannot say when I will arrive home. Will however let you know. With kindest regards to all. I am yours, Will
2) 18th June 1920 Postmark ???laddich to Mr. Harry Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 18/6/20 Dear Harry, I hope you are haveing a good time in Belfast. I have landed in one of the beauty spots in Scotland. from Yours T. Morton
3) 18th June 1920 Postmark Bruichladdich to Mr. J. Jackson, c/o Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 18/6/20 c/o D. McLean, Hillhead Cottage, Bruichladdich, Islay. Mr. Jackson, Dear Friend, you will be thinking I had forgot you. I will miss your company this summer and the Hippodrome on Thursday nights, Yours T. Morton
4) 18th June 1920 Postmark Bruichladdich to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 18/6/20 c/o D. McLean, Hillhead Cottage, Bruichladdich, Islay.  Mrs. Morgan, Dear Friend, this is where I am, this summer I will be hear for some time, hopeing to hear from you soon. Your friend T. Morton
5) 13th July 1920 Postmark Ladybank to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Having a good time, hope you are enjoying your holidays. Best wishes from Cis.
6) 15th July 1920 Postmark Donaghadee to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 20 Shore Street, Donaghadee - Dear Martha, I hope you are all well, I am having a good time here, lovely weather. Lily was in from Bangor to-day & we are going there on Wednesday. Love from Martha
7) 16th July 1920 Postmark Belfast to Mr. H. Morgan, c/o Millar, Forthill Ballycarry, Co. Antrim - Not going to the trip on Saturday, but to the one on Wednesday 11th August, 1920 M. R.
8) 25th August 1920 Postmark Ballycarry(?) Station, Belfast 'Murdersleigh Hill and Blackhead, Islandmagee' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having a fine time & good weather, was over at Ciss's last night, she was wanting you down, hope you are keeping well. Harry

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1) 18th August 1921 Postmark Douglas, I.O.M. to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Had a splendid passage, no one was sick, have been fixed up in a good house, was out at this place this morning. Hope you are well, Harry
2) 2nd December 1921 Postmark Glasgow to Mr. Harry Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 64 Gloucester Street, Glasgow Dear Harry, Hoping you are well as I am tip top. Missing Co. Down badly, expecting to see you's about New Year. Tell them all I was asking for them. James

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1) 19th July 1922(?) Postmark Blackpool to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Ranley or Stanley Hotel, Church Street - Dear Harry, I am having a splendid time here. Weather is great, plenty of amusements, even better than Douglas. Will
2) 26th July 1922 Postmark Ramsey, I.O.M. to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having a grand time here. Don't know how I shall ever start work again. E. B.
3) 2nd August 1922 Postmark London to Mr. H. Morgan, 37 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having a good time here, beautiful Buildings, been to Westminster Abbey, House of Commons, House of Lords & several other Places. Alex
4) 25th August 1922 Postmark Fort William to Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 24/8/22 c/o MacKenzie, Springwell Cottage, Fort William. Mrs. Morgan, you will be thinking I have forgoten you, I will be hear for 3 weeks, hope you in good health. Tell Harry & Mr. Jackson I was enquiring about them. Your friend T. Morton
5) 12th September 1922 Postmark Fort William to Mr. Jas. Jackson, c/o Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 11/9/22 c/o Mackenzie, Springwell Cottage, Fort William. Dear James, I am haveing a good time hear at Glenlocky Distillery. I was up on the top of Ben Nevis on Sunday, 4406 feet above sea leavle. Your Friend T. Morton
6) 18th September 1922 Postmark Donaghadee 'Donaghadee Harbour' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Had a nice run down and the weather is looking fairly good(?) Please write and let me know when you will be down. Harry

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1) 18th September 1922 Postmark Donaghadee 'Donaghadee and Copeland Island' to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Having a good time. Hope to see you soon here. Martha
2) 25th September 1922 Postmark Fort William to Mr. & Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 24/9/22 Fort William. Mr. & Mrs. Morgan, Wish yous every happiness in your journey through life and a thumping big family. Yours Josh up(?) T. M.
3) 27th September 1922 Postmark Millisle 'Main Street, Millisle' to Mr. J. Jackson, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Hope you are having a good a time as we are. Still enjoying life under the new ? Harry
4) 3rd October 1922 Post William to Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 2/10/22 c/o Mackenzie, Springwell Cottage, Fort William, Inverness - Mrs. Morgin, Dear Friend, I received your letter and was glad to hear that you were enjoying good health. I am in the pink, still working away dear, Your Friend T. Morton

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1) 9th May 1923 Postmark Castle Douglas to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Hope you are keeping A. 1. and not working too hard. I was speaking to Mr. Killips at Stranraer, he was asking for you and also the Ross family. Harry
2) 10th May 1923 Postmark Dumfries to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Have been fairly busy in this town, spent last night with a customer at a football match and then a game of billiards. Will be home on Saturday morning. Harry
3) 10th May 1923 Postmark Dumfries to Mr. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Have just got finished in Dumfries and will be going on to Newtownstewart in a couple of hours. Hope you are keeping well. Harry
4) 19th July 1923 Postmark Donaghadee to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Dear Aunt Jane, We have only a few more days, and then - WORK. I hardly know the meaning of the word this last fortnight. Hope you & all the others are well, (Mr. Jackson included) Love from Jeanie
5) 14th September 1923 Postmark Fort William to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 14/9/23 Dear Harry, I am enjoying myself hear. for a week or two. Your Friend, T. M.
6) 14th September 1923 Postmark Fort William to Mr. James Jackson, c/o Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 14/9/23 Dear James, I am st Ben Nevis Distillery, it has been raining every day since I came hear. Your Friend T. M.
7) 14th September 1923 Postmark Fort William to Mrs. J. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - 14/9/23 Address Ben Nevis Distillery, Fort William, Inverness??/ Mrs. Morgan, Dear Friend, I am still enjoying myself hear. Best Wishes from your Friend, T. Morton

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1) 11th July 1924 Postmark London to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Have been moving around and seen the Palace and most of the places about Westminster. I met J. Willdredge and some others I knew on the train. Will hardly go to Wembley until Monday. Love Harry
2) 11th July 1924 Postmark London to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - if writing c/o 113 Wightman Road, Harringay, London N.W. I had a very good journey and reached our digs, they seem to be A.1. We had a long run as it was ? before we reached where we are stopping. The weather is very good and very very warm. Hope you have a good time at the holidays. Love Harry
3) 13th July 1924 Postmark Finsbury Park to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Have been seeing some of the sights principally by motor bus but also walking around a bit too, there are a great many people visiting this place and there are four other Belfast people in the same house. Best love Harry
4) 13th July 1924 Postmark Finsbury Park to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Still having a good time in spite of the heat wave. We were at Wembley all day on Saturday and didn't see one half of it. I hope you are having good weather and a good time. Best love Harry
5) 14th July 1924 Postmark Empire Exhibition Wembley Park 1924 to Mr. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Have been to India, Nigeria, Africa, Palace of engineering and most of the amusement Park to-day. Am hoping you are having as good weather over your way as here. Love Harry
6) 14th July 1924 Postmark Empire Exhibition Wembley Park 1924 to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Belfast - Still moving around Wembley and have still a lot to see yet. Weather is keeping very warm and dry. Best love Harry
7) 16th July 1924 Postmark Dundee to Mrs. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Having a good time, the weather is very warm, hope you are keeping well. Ciss
8) 16th July 1924 Postmark Dundee to Mrs. H. Morgan, 43 Distillery Street, Grosvenor Road, Belfast - Having a great time here, very sorry to hear about your father. Ciss