In James Joyce's "Eveline," what two letters did Eveline write?

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The two letters that Eveline writes are apparently letters of farewell.  One is to Harry, her brother.  Eveline had two brothers, and "Ernest had been her favorite", but he died.  Eveline "like(s) Harry too".  Harry "is in the church decorating business, and (is) nearly always somewhere down in the country".  He sends what money he can to help support...

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