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

Made:
1852-04-05
part of archive:
Hackworth Family Archive
maker:
Young, Jane (b 1831 – d 1914) (nee Hackworth)

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Has spent Easter Sunday at Miss Clerdon’s, suggests that Jane visits Antwerp, Brussels calling on Mrs Marguels, Mr Reynolds may be visiting Brussels over Easter, should see the continent ‘I have no idea of working you to death in the schoolroom’. Missionary Sermons, talks about ‘parties’ that she has been hosting and attending [for Easter?] ‘I am literally head over ears in cooking and confectionary operations’, ‘on the Thursday we shall have dancing and masquing for our chief amusements’.

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Identifier:
HACK/4/4/1/18

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