MRS. WM. SHORE
Sunday, Jan. 1829
F.N. is much disappointed that Blanche is not coming yet; description of supper and festivities on Twelfth Night, and Neew Year's day; visit to Miss Penton, the clergyman's daughter; the gentlemen are skating on the pond; Sir Harfordl, Lady and Miss Brydges are with them; Uncle Adans2 calls her 'wicked wretch'; Aunt Mai is coming to Embley at Easter; asks if Nelson is well.
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST
1. Sir Harford Brydges (1764-1847), diplomat and author, oriental linguist; minister plenipotentiary to court of Persia; was deeply interested in the welfare of Persi s and Indians. -
2. William Adams Smith (1789-1870), brother of Mrs.Nightingale.
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