MRS. WM. SHORE
8 Jan. 1832
She describes a tame pigeon and squirrel which they have found in the garden; the pigeon is injured, but it now eats out of their hands and flies up on their knees; they feed the squirrel with nuts; Mr. Knyvett, their music master, and his wife and little boy are there; they have not yet heard from Miss Comtesse, and do not know where to write to her; they have had a great deal of company this Christmas and mama is quite tired and not very well; they had a ball last night and sat up Itil past twelve; Parthe will tell Aunt Evansl all about it.
Xerocopy: WELLCOME INST
1. Elizabeth Evans, sister of Mary Shore, F.N.'s grandmother.
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