MRS. WM. SHORE
18 Upper Southwick St.,
10 May 
Uncle Sam has been moved from Thames Bank to Hyde Park by the - advice of Dr. Benjamin Brodiel who is attending him, greatly to Aunt Mai's satisfaction; they will stay in London through May; Parthe has been enjoying herself very much; they are going to the play tonight with Miss Shore; Aunt Octavius has weaned her baby and both are much better for it; she and Mama are going to the Queen's drawing room on the 19th; she was presented at the last drawing room and was not nearly so frightened as she expected; Mr. Parker went with them; it was very pretty; Aunt Mai reads to Uncle Sam all day and is much engaged; Aunt Julia is with the Nicholsons and much better; Papa is very merry in London, and in the evenings always out; they will go back to Embley for a fortnight at the beginning of June, when Mrs. Margaret and Miss Stovin are coming to stay, and at the end of the month will be at Lea Hurst.
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST
1. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie (1783-1862), F.R.S., F.R.C.S., surgeon at St.George's Hospital.
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