Mauritius 1832 Pair of Letters + Outer Wrapper written Ship Victory at Mauritius

Pre stamp entire with pair of letters sent from the ship Victory off the coast of Mauritius to South Hall House near Colintraive. The letters appear to be written to Janet Finlay, although the outer wrapper is addressed to W Campbell of South Hall. The first letter is dated 15th November 1832, the second letter 17th December 1832 and the writer is ? Finlay. With a partial transcript of the 2nd letter which details their being preventing from landing at Madeira due to Cholera fears. The outer wrapper with 2/10pd rate mark (this appears like it might have been strengthened), reverse with "to be returned from London" instruction mark. Letters have been folded, but are fairly clean, the wrapper with light discolouration.
Year : 1832
Reign : Queen Victoria
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Condition : Used
Price : highest bid
Mauritius 1832 Pair of Letters + Outer Wrapper written Ship Victory at MauritiusMauritius 1832 Pair of Letters + Outer Wrapper written Ship Victory at MauritiusMauritius 1832 Pair of Letters + Outer Wrapper written Ship Victory at MauritiusMauritius 1832 Pair of Letters + Outer Wrapper written Ship Victory at MauritiusMauritius 1832 Pair of Letters + Outer Wrapper written Ship Victory at Mauritius

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