MISS A. L. PRINGLE
10 South Street
16 Jan. 1889
Sir Harry makes no progress; he cannot now bear being read to though he writes to F.N.; her aunt at Embley is dying with great suffering; she thinks that before the and ' of the winter two homes will be broken up, Claydon and Embley; 'We must trust them with God... Is not every thought for those we love a trusting them with God?... But that does not preclude, rather it encourages our doing everything we can for them... Otherwise it is not trust, it is fatalism.'
Extract A.L.P.'s notebook GTER. LOND. REC. OFF.
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