Cross-written letter and envelope from Prudence Nightingale (nee Hackworth), Albion House, Penrith to Jane Young (nee Hackworth), Vilvorde, Belgium

Made:
1852-02-23
part of archive:
Hackworth Family Archive
maker:
Young, Jane (b 1831 – d 1914) (nee Hackworth)

Wrote to Mrs Boyle about how she was annoyed by ‘the stupid expression of the note’ sending money, ‘you will be glad to know that Mr Stobart has given an order for one of the little engines and we are in daily expectation of receiving an order for another from Mr Maur’. John Patterson has bought a piece of land near the beacon and will, Mr J Lowthian is to marry Miss Boxborough ‘an old maid aged 56’, various news about relatives and friends, should read Milton’s Paradise Lost.

Details

Extent:
2 items
Identifier:
HACK/4/4/1/12

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